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2020 CIMIC Graduate Program - Sedgman
CIMIC Group invests in future leaders by providing graduates with exposure to a global organisation across multiple industries. The CIMIC Group graduate program gives graduates the opportunity to learn and develop whilst working on some of the worlds’ most iconic construction, mining, mineral processing, services and public private partnership projects – you’ll be part of something BIGGER.
Graduates enter the program working at one of the CIMIC Group Operating Companies: CPB Contractors, Leighton Asia, Thiess, Sedgman, UGL or EIC Activities. Over the course of the program rotations and industry exposure activities are also available at CIMIC and Pacific Partnerships.
Graduates receive structured, on-the-job training, guided learning plans and leadership mentoring. Over the two-year program, you will experience three eight-month rotations with placements in various roles, projects or CIMIC Group companies and be building your career.
About the CIMIC Group
The CIMIC Group is one of the world’s leading international contractors and the world’s largest contract miner. Our company provides construction, mining, engineering, concessions, and operation and maintenance services to the infrastructure, resources and property markets. It operates in more than 20 countries throughout the Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa and North and South America.
Sedgman is the CIMIC Group’s mineral processing company. We are a market leader in the design, construction and operation of mineral processing plants and associated mine site infrastructure.
2020 CIMIC Group Graduate Program opportunities with Sedgman are available in a range of disciplines, including Electrical Engineering.
What do you need?
To be successful in this program, you will be degree qualified in Electrical or Control Engineering, and be looking to put your studies into practice and be exposed to a broad range of Engineering duties.
You will have capacity to:
- Learn new skills, be flexible and adaptive
- Work autonomously and as part of a team
- Innovate and propose creative solutions
- Communicate, advise and present confidently
- Influence outcomes through excellent stakeholder engagement
- Relocate to various sites and projects, as required by program rotations
- Deliver high quality outcomes, be outcome driven and self-motivated
Your future starts here!
To enter the CIMIC Group Graduate Program submit an application to Sedgman for your initial placement. From there you may rotate and gain exposure with other CIMIC Group operating companies.
The CIMIC Group is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace.
Applications are open to all Australian citizens and permanent residents, and New Zealand citizens.