AECOM Civil Geometrics Engineering - Summer Intern Program (Nov 2024)

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Company Description 

Work with us. Change the World. We believe infrastructure has the power to uplift communities and improve people’s lives. 

We deliver some of the world’s most influential and transformational infrastructure projects. Along with our clients and partners, we have one goal: to leave a positive, lasting impact on people and our planet. 

Our clients count on us to think without limits and partner with them on projects spanning across water, transportation, buildings, energy, the environment, resources, governments, the public realm, the environment and more. We’re driven by a common purpose to deliver a better world. 

What Our Summer Program Offers: 

  • 12-Week Full Time Paid Internship (Mid November to Mid February): Options for flexibility on time frames if needed. 
  • Practical Application of Knowledge: Gain hands on experience and apply what you’ve learnt during university. 
  • Iconic Project Exposure: Work on high-profile projects with a variety of clients.
  • Work alongside Technical Experts: Work alongside graduates, technical experts, and industry leaders. 
  • Career Connections: Build meaningful long-term connections. 
  • Support Network: Benefit from guidance and support from your Manager, team, AECOM University and our Talent Management team to achieve your goals. 
  • Pathway to Graduate Employment: Explore opportunities to transition to an AECOM Graduate position following a successful placement.

Deliver a Better World with AECOM. 

Intern Opportunities: 

We are recruiting for Civil Geometrics Engineering Intern in Auckland. 

Our Geometrics Engineering experts are an integral part of our Highways & Bridges team; their work ensures that our infrastructure is safe and efficient. We work on a variety of transportation projects, delivering renowned and innovation projects. 

As a Geometric Engineering Intern, you will assist with: 

  • Geometric design of transport infrastructure including public transport, walking cycling, shared paths or similar to make the safest most economical design within the parameters of the appropriate standards. 
  • Create 3D models incorporating the design inputs from the various design disciplines (e.g. geotechnical, drainage, structures, etc.) for information outputs e.g. drawings and electronic construction models. 
  • Assist the team and project managers by developing good working relationships with clients during the delivery of projects
  • Develop good relations with your team and other teams across multiple business areas and locations.

The career opportunities at AECOM are endless! 

Requirements for Success 

  • Undertaking a relevant Bachelor’s or Postgraduate degree for the role you are applying. (see opportunities document)
  • Be in your penultimate year or earlier of study at an Australian or New Zealand University.
  • Able to commence work from mid-November 2024 to mid-February 2025 (Flexible)
  • Submission of your resume, cover letter and the latest copy of your academic transcript (please submit all as one document).

Our Recruitment Process 

Applications are open from 8th July until 11th August 2024. 

  1. Submit Your Application: Complete the job application, uploading your resume, cover letter and the latest copy of your academic transcripts as one single document. 
  2. Online Assessment: Complete our global online strength-based assessment. 
  3. Interview: Attend a face-to-face interview at your local office. 

Our Commitment 

At AECOM, you’ll work in a dynamic and inclusive environment that values your integrity and fosters innovation. 

We are embarking on our cultural journey in Aotearoa, New Zealand. We are embracing the richness of Māori and Pasifika peoples and look to share more with you throughout your recruitment journey. 

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  • Job type:Internships
  • Disciplines:
    Engineering Civil Structural
  • Work rights:
    New Zealand Permanent Resident, Australian
    ...
  • Work from home:Hybrid remote
    Hybrid remote

    Employees are allowed to work remotely some of the time but most of the work is done at the company’s physical office. Remote work is considered a perk or a privilege. For example, an employee may work from home for 1-2 days per week.

  • Locations:
    Auckland
  • POSITION START DATE

    Nov 2024 (approx)

  • Closing Date:8th Aug 2024, 3:59 pm

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