to Western Australia. “I contacted the Thiess recruiters I had met in Sydney and asked if there were any opportunities in WA as that’s where I’m from.” After learning what projects had graduate openings, Johann transferred to Thiess and is now working on a mine site in WA.
What advice would you give to someone looking to join the program?
“Research the role you’re applying for and the company. Each company within the Group is varied in what opportunities they have, and where their projects are located.”
What advice would you give our new graduates?
“If you want to move around, the most important thing is to network. Take the opportunity CIMIC Group is giving you to network, for example at the induction. Make sure you meet all the recruiters, and other employees across the Group and ask them what’s going on. At the end of the day those are the people who will be able to provide you with the information you need.”
"You must be proactive and drive your career. If you’re someone who is a self-starter, then this program is for you."