Closing date for graduate applications is 30th April each year.
Calibre Global will be making offers in the first two weeks of June and require acceptances by the third week in June each year.
The first week of February the following year.
Earlier commencement may be able to be accommodated however this is subject to project availability.
Calibre's Graduate Development Program is aligned with Engineers Australia’s Professional Development Program to give our graduates the opportunity to satisfy the requirements for Chartered Status.
For disciplines outside Engineering we have developed structured programs to address the development needs of Graduates (i.e. Environmental, Finance, Occupational Health & Safety - OHS)
The program runs for 3 to 4 years depending on the graduate’s progress towards Chartered Professional Engineer status and work performance.
For individuals in the Environmental, Finance and OHS disciplines the duration of their graduate program will be 2 to 3 years dependant on job performance.
The CGDP is designed to maximise the use of on-the-job experience as a method of developing the competencies, skills and capabilities of graduates. As a general principle, graduates should rotate through at least 2 roles whilst on the program, which will be aligned with Calibre Global’s projects and other workloads. The aim is for every graduate to become knowledgeable in the following areas:
Calibre Global graduates will be employed on a Common Law Contract of employment. This means you are a permanent employee and get all of the Calibre Global employee benefits.
We are in the process of finalising the remuneration bands, based on recent market rate reviews.
After the first 3 months of employment, all graduates will be involved in a probationary review discussion with their immediate manager and mentor. Salary reviews will occur every 12 months.
We will look to employ a minimum of 4 to 8 graduates each year across Calibre Global. This is fluid depending on applications received and project availability.
We are recruiting for a number of graduates in the following disciplines:
We currently have 50 graduates across multiple disciplines employed in Calibre Global.
As part of the rotational process there will be elements of both office and site based work. The projects that graduates will be assigned to work on will be largely dependent on the Business Unit they work for.
Rotations will be aligned with Calibre Global’s projects and other workloads. These rotations are optional to the graduate if agreed to by the project manager.
At Calibre Global, graduates are entitled to a number of benefits including:
Mentors will be discipline related where possible. A mentor will be assigned by a Calibre Project Manager to each graduate for the duration of the CGDP. A mentor is generally a trusted Senior Engineer/Professional with at least 5 years experience. As graduates move through different assignments / projects they may have different direct supervisors / project managers however their mentor will be the consistent figure throughout the graduate's program.
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