Thursday, 4 July 2019

Aurecon Graduate Programme 2019

Aurecon is looking for driven and hardworking graduates to join their team at various offices in the country. With our graduate programme, we’ve said goodbye to rigid schedules and hello to a collaborative environment where you have the flexibility to pursue your passions, design, and fast track your career.


As part of a diverse team, you’ll collaborate with others across geographies and markets, applying your skills to re-imagine engineering and design a better future.

You will also work alongside industry leading professionals, mentors and peers. If you would like to experience numerous areas of Aurecon’s business, we can facilitate that too.

If you choose to work with us, we’ll want you to embrace your uniqueness to re-imagine engineering by asking ‘What if?’, ‘What’s next?’ and ‘Why not?’

Apply for a role with us and come on a journey to start seeing the world differently, today.

Internship Opportunities

  • Civil Engineering,
  • Structural Engineering,
  • Electrical Engineering,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Industrial Engineering,
  • Town Planning,
  • Geotechnical & Geological Engineering,
  • Environmental,
  • Traffic & Transport Planning,
  • Advisory


Location: Tshwane, Cape Town, East London, Paarl, Port Elizabeth, Rosebank, EThekwini, George

From designing future-ready infrastructure to inspiring built environments, we aim to collaborate with clients and project partners who share our ambitious vision to create vibrant and sustainable solutions for our global community — we’re looking for graduates to join us on our journey.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Aurecon believes that a diverse work force is key to our business success.  We seek the best people for our jobs on the basis of their skills, qualifications and experience. We embrace the principle of equal opportunity in employment and we work towards eliminating all forms of unlawful discrimination in our employment practices. In support of diversity and the equal opportunity principle, preference will be given to individuals from designated groups within South Africa.

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