Calling on all talented graduates and vacation students

Limelight members in London

Queensland Limelight members in London for the MERIT competition

01 March 2012 - Aurecon’s Australian graduate recruitment campaign was launched on Monday 27 February with applications now open for graduate and vacation student positions across the country.

If you enjoy solving complex problems, and are looking to work on world-class, cutting edge projects, as well as making a difference to the future of your environment, we want to hear from you.

Our four year Emerging Professional Programme (EPP) is second to none. Designed to develop our people into specialist consultants, the programme achieves this by offering a comprehensive mix of technical and non-technical personal development initiatives to our emerging professionals.

What defines Aurecon from the rest?

Rather than rotate our graduates through several industries that they may have little interest in, we place them in the industry they are most interested in, helping to kick start their career as specialists in their field.

Aurecon graduate Gary Blieden from the Buildings group said: “The EPP at Aurecon can be as much or as little as you want it to be. Embrace everything that is offered to you because everything that is put in place is there to help you and ultimately to make you a better engineer. Being in the EPP at Aurecon is a great stepping stone in your career.”

• Read more about what some of our emerging professionals are saying >

If you want to know what area you can work in or how to apply for a position, visit our graduate website and don't forget to check out Aurecon’s Graduate 360° brochure.

Win an iPad 2 with Aurecon

As part of our 2012 graduate and vacation student recruitment outreach, we are running a competition to win an iPad 2. To win an iPad, you need to tell us in 25 words or less why you want to work at Aurecon. Enter competition now!

New Zealand graduate and vacation student campaign

Applications for graduate and vacation student positions in New Zealand will open on 26 March 2012.

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