Applications for our 2023 graduate intake are now open for Sydney & Melbourne
Johnstaff is seeking final year students within Building & Construction, Project Management, Civil Engineering & Architecture who are wanting to kickstart their career within the industry.
Our Graduate program runs for 12 months with two 6-month rotations in Project Management and Construction. This means that our graduates gain hands-on, client-side experience on a wide variety of projects and initiatives at all stages of their planning, construction and operation. Graduates work in office-based Project and/or Construction roles, or site-based Construction roles.
The program is designed so that graduates get real exposure to the client-side across multiple industries - including Health, Education, Research, Aged Care, Justice, Transport, Commercial, Retail and Pharmaceutical sectors.
This includes learning how to:
• deliver the best investment outcomes for clients
• deliver the best value outcomes - whether that's savings, efficiencies, speed of completion
or social benefits
• identify and solve business problems
• minimise risk, and
• make sure that the systems and infrastructure we design work when they're used.
The program includes structured learning outcomes focused on:
• Project Administration
• Cost Management
• Project Procurement
• Construction Knowledge
• Site Coordination
• Tendering, and
• Contract Administration.
In support of the program, all graduates will have a dedicated buddy, and work within a team-orientated culture and supportive environment. Importantly, we offer our graduates permanent positions from day one.
How to apply
• Applications open 1 February 2022 and are to be submitted via the portal below. A CV, Cover
Letter and Academic Transcript is required.
• Applications close on 27 May 2022
• Short-listing of candidates and phone interviews will occur, in which we'll talk about your career
goals and skills
• In-person interviews (where possible), to talk about your aspirations and what we offer in
• Reference checks, and