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Planning and Surveying Internship Program

CareerDC coordinates internship programs by connecting students with host organisations all over Australia.

The internships, which are practical work-placement programs designed to provide the intern with professional training in the property market with the aim of providing industry specific opportunities is to enable the intern to develop skills that will enhance their prospects of gaining meaningful employment, building the student’s career and starting their future.


Planners and Surveyors work together to complete works that are crucial to the success of projects in communities, town planning and even on a global scale. They take the responsibility of taking measures in a build and natural environment, deciding on the land use and keeping urban growth in check.

Planners and Surveyors are separate roles that take on different ranges of products however they work in a cohesive space. It is described as ‘surveyors are the eyes and ears of the planner on the ground and in technical spaces’, as planners direct the working force through survey date and planning requirements.

Students could experience projects by host organisations and gain the exposure in facilitating their supervisors in services such as

  • Cadastral Surveying
  • Town Planning
  • Property Development
  • Engineering and Construction Survey
  • Advisory and Policy making

Industry experts play the roles of intermediaries, connecting physical environments and develops of communities and business. They engaged in areas of quantity, property and building surveying.

Valuable insights and work experience from internship programs can help students integrate their university learning in construction and civil engineering, to elevate their portfolio with the aim to be a desirable candidate for host organisations. An internship program can provide practical training that will allow students to develop their analytical skills in a built environment sector, improve decision making skills and take up leadership roles.

Career opportunities

The experience can provide you with career opportunities in a wide range of markets such as

  • Consultancies
  • private practices
  • large commercial organisations
  • private landowners 
  • local authorities
  • central government
  • housing associations
  • property developers
  • construction companies and utilities
Closed a month ago
Closed a month ago
  • Job type:Internships
  • Disciplines:

    Planning and Surveying

  • Work rights:

    Australian Permanent Resident, Australian Working

  • Locations:

    Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane,

  • Closing Date:28th Jun 2022, 12:59 pm


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