We were delighted to engage with many bright Engineering students at the Curtin University Jobs and Employability Careers Fair this week.
It was a great opportunity for us to showcase our flexible Graduate Program that is designed to help young professionals find their most rewarding career pathway.
Matt Moreland, Engineering Manager at BG&E Resources says that actively participating in these types of events is important to shape the future generation of engineers. He says, “My favourite part is when an undergraduate is explaining what they enjoy most about engineering, and you see that spark of passion. It’s the reason behind why we do what we do.”
Jordee Koblenz, a Civil Engineer who first joined us as a Graduate Civil Engineer, loves to get actively involved in career events such as these. She says, “I really enjoy speaking with the students and finding out what motivates them, and what they want to see in the future of our industry – renewables is the most common response which is very exciting.”
Nicole Bowdell, Talent Acquisition Specialist says that meeting students face-to-face is a great way to showcase our Graduate Program. “The students were certainly drawn to our team of professionals – they got to experience our energy and passion first-hand!” She adds, “The Resources, Energy & Industrial sectors that we work in are dynamic, ever-changing and future-focused – particularly as we help clients in their journey to decarbonise and transition to cleaner energy. This demonstrates to the next generation of engineers that there are incredible opportunities to develop a career where no two days will be the same.”
Our Graduate Program is designed to help young professionals develop a strong foundation of relevant skills and experience through formal, interactive, and informal learning experiences, on-the-job exposure, project rotation across multidisciplines and on-site visits.
We offer a range of permanent opportunities for graduates with degrees in Renewables and Engineering including Mechanical, Civil, Structural, Electrical, Process and Geotechnical.