At Aurecon, we’re always looking for innovative people who want to bring our clients’ ideas to life, working on exciting and challenging projects alongside world class experts. We’re looking for passionate people who share our desire to work as part of a high performing organisation and make a difference in the communities in which we work.
To keep informed of upcoming job opportunities, you can set up a job alert or follow us on LinkedIn.
You can create a job alert and we’ll send you an email when a position becomes available that matches your search/filter criteria.
To create an alert, simply search for a job or filter using the criteria on the right hand-side of the Career Opportunities page. Once the searched for or filtered jobs appear, click on "Send me jobs like these" in the left hand-side corner and enter your email address.
To edit your job alert details, re-enter your search/filter criteria. This will automatically override your previous subscription. You can also unsubscribe from job alerts.
Please note: job alerts will automatically expire after 90 days if you do not choose to extend your subscription.
If you have already applied, you can check on the progress of your application by clicking here.
We are aware that people are being contacted with false offers of employment from individuals and organisations claiming to represent Aurecon. The Aurecon name and logo have been used on documentation without authority.
Recruitment fraud often occurs via false websites and unsolicited communications using free email accounts such as Yahoo or Gmail. Aurecon employees conduct email communications via the domain @aurecongroup.com.
If you believe you have received a suspicious email, please forward it to email@example.com
These scams are usually undertaken to obtain money or information to progress a visa application. Aurecon never requests money from candidates who seek employment with us.
In most cases the individual being approached has not applied for a vacancy with Aurecon. Our recruitment process involves personal interviews in most cases.
Aurecon is taking this matter very seriously and is working with the relevant parties to prevent such fraudulent activity. Our intention is to raise awareness and ultimately prevent people from becoming victims of such scams.
If you believe you have been the victim of recruitment fraud, we advise you to contact your local authorities.