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Mechanical/electrical/mechatronics Engineering Cadet

VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT - Melbourne, VIC

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JOB DESCRIPTION

  • Full-time, 6-month opportunity based in Melbourne CBD / virtually 
  • Gain hands-on experience and help shape the delivery of some of Victoria's largest rail construction projects
  • Participate in interactive career and professional development workshops
  • Apply for industry-based learning credit towards your degree

About the Opportunity: What's Involved?

During your time with Rail Projects Victoria, you will be working to support all of our projects, or allocated to a specific project team. You will have the opportunity to be exposed to all aspects of our projects, including planning, design, risk mitigation, system safety, cost control, delivery and commissioning. You will be exposed to electrical, mechanical and signalling engineers, gaining exposure in your chosen field of engineering and beyond. You will participate in tailored learning sessions to further develop your personal and professional skills.

About You

We are looking for someone who has a genuine interest in kickstarting your career in Mechanical/Electrical/Mechatronics Engineering. It would be preferred if you have strong written and verbal communication skills, display strong attention to detail and are someone who enjoys building positive working relationships. If you consider yourself to have a can-do attitude and are good at managing yourself in ambiguous situations, this could be the role for you!

To be eligible you must have completed at least 50% of your undergraduate qualification in a relevant field and be currently studying and remain enrolled during the course of the IBL Program. You also must hold Working Rights in Australia that allow you to work full-time (38hrs/wk).

How to Apply

All applications must be made through the Victorian Government's careers website. To apply, you must submit your:

1) Cover Letter;
2) CV;
3) Academic results; and
4) A copy of your working rights in Australia (eg. Australian Passport, Australian Citizenship, Australian Birth Certificate etc.) 

Please ensure to return all application documents required in one single PDF file, and address applications to Julia Cardamone - HR Intern.

Once you apply online and pass an eligibility screening you will be invited to complete a video interview to tell us more about yourself and why you want to at RPV. If you impress us and prove to be a strong fit for the role, you will be invited to either a group assessment centre or panel interview.

Successful applicants will be offered a position in May/June and commence employment in July 2021, pending COVID-19. 

To find out more about what life is like working at RPV visit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJmCG1N-TsQ

Applications close 11.59 pm - DAY MONTH 2021.