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Why should you join AEMO


As the nation’s independent market operator, we offer all graduates an unparalleled experience across Australia’s gas and electricity sector. This means that you will have the opportunity to advance your career across a wide range of fields, interact with some of the brightest minds in the sector, and immediately contribute to our rapidly evolving workforce.

It is also an incredibly exciting time to be in the energy sector. With the advent of new technologies, energy resources, and international climate agreements, there is never a shortage of challenges or projects to complete, and an unlimited amount of potential to positively impact Australia’s energy sector and economy for generations to come.

Culturally speaking, AEMO has several active social clubs and an emphasis on teamwork and co-operation. There’s plenty of social events organised after office hours, and an annual Christmas party held at each site. We’re inclusive and supportive of diversity in all its forms, and value the strength that it brings to our organisation and regularly take the time to celebrate charitable causes and national days like R U OK day, International Women’s Day, Harmony Day and Movember.

We also offer our employees a comprehensive Health and Wellbeing and Employee Benefits Program. Some of these benefits include:

  • Free onsite counselling sessions. 
  • Free ergonomic checks
  • Free flu vaccinations
  • Free annual health checks
  • Free health-related seminars and tutorials
  • Discounted gym memberships 
  • Discounted health insurance
  • Study assistance (aligned to criteria)

Corporate Social Responsibility

At AEMO, we value giving back to our communities wherever we can. That’s why we provide all full-time employees with four days of paid volunteer leave, so they can take the time to support a charity of their choice. As an organisation, we’ve also partnered with Power of Engineering to help run workshops engineering, and the Supply Nation, which provides our employees with the opportunity to procure items from Indigenous owned or run businesses.


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