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Discipline and project rotations plus exposure to a business/functional area.
You and your supervisors will also identify relevant training which is built into your work plan and you will be able to apply your learning to projects you’re currently working on.
Curriculum of courses developed and tailored for each function/discipline.
Mentoring and buddying
Graduates will be allocated a mentor to guide you as you develop your career.
Your buddy is usually a graduate in the second year of their programme or a past graduate working in a similar field to you. Buddies have the experience and knowledge to help you move through the programme with ease, such as the established networks to facilitate communication and links throughout the Company.
At the end of each rotation the graduate will prepare a report demonstrating the required competencies which will be endorsed by the mentor and approved by the functional manager.
Personal and professional development
The Graduate Development Programme promotes the personal and professional development of graduates through:
- Participation in supervised work rotations
- Business orientation
- Extensive formal seminars, eLearning and on-the-job learning. Learning programmes are developed each year to align with the businesses’s goals and programme requirements
- Performance development agreements and learning and development opportunities with constructive feedback to further develop your capabilities
The Graduate Development Programme provides a solid base for your career with us at UGL.
At the completion of your probation and the 3 year programme, you will be an ongoing full time employee of UGL and will be well placed to gain promotion through a merit-based selection process.
UGL is strongly committed to workplace diversity and safety. We encourage applications from graduates with diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Graduates and those with disabilities.
The programme is open to Australian/New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents only.