About our Graduate Programme

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The Innovation, Science, and Technology Fair 12 April Auckland University
The Engineering Expo 2 May Auckland University
The Engineering & Science Careers Fair 10 May Canterbury University

About our programme

As a graduate working for us, you’ll get the opportunities, experience and support to kickstart your career and achieve your goals. Right from day one, you’ll have challenging work and real responsibilities.

Photo of graduates in PPE gearProfessionals skilled in power systems and transmission line engineering, and the management of transmission grids, are in high demand worldwide. There are so many opportunities available in this dynamic field.

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Opportunities available

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We recruit the following types of graduates:

  • electrical engineering
  • mechanical engineering
  • civil engineering

One of the best parts of the programme is that you'll rotate through various areas of the business. You'll gain a broad knowledge of what we do, how we work, and who we work with. By working in different areas in the business you’ll get the chance to explore how you wish to shape your future with us.

Electrical engineering graduates

Electrical graduates complete four 6-month placements covering all three grid divisions and the System Operator.

Mechanical/civil engineering graduatesPhoto of graduates in the office

Mechanical and civil graduates complete three placements with the grid divisions of 10, 8 and 6 months.

We are also introducing a short placement in our IST division for all engineering graduates.

Engineering graduates brochure [ pdf 6.15 MB ]

Talk to us about the Graduate Programme

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