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Frazer-Nash is a leading systems and engineering technology company. Our work makes a difference to things that matter in the world. Our success is the result of using innovative and market leading thinking based on the principle of delivering engineering excellence.

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About Frazer-Nash Consultancy

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Frazer-Nash is a leading systems and engineering technology company. Our work makes a difference to things that matter in the world.

Our people make the real difference and you could make a real difference too!

We’re renowned for our work in the defence, energy, resources, government, transport, and industry sectors and our security, resilience, cyber and information technology expertise.

With around 800 employees working from a network of ten UK and three Australian locations, we’re continuing to grow. Our success is the result of using innovative and market leading thinking based on the principle of delivering engineering excellence.

In 2010, we opened our first office in Adelaide to support programmes in defence, energy, resources, transport and industry. We quickly found success within these key markets and in 2012 we opened our second office in Melbourne, followed by Canberra in 2015. This investment is set to go from strength to strength as we continue to invest in our local team and build strong client relationships across our key market sectors.

Start your career with diversity:

At Frazer-Nash you'll have the opportunity to work in many exciting industries. We understand that in order to grow, you need to continually develop and that is why we encourage our people to become involved in the many diverse markets we work in. Your skills will be valuable in many different industries and this will give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge. Explore our markets to see what you can look forward to.

Our Internship Program

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Could you be part of Frazer Nash's future?

Our business continues to go from strength to strength and we’re looking for exceptional graduate engineers to join our growing Australian teams. Whilst studying, our summer internship program provides a great foundation for your future career aspirations.

As an intern at Frazer-Nash, you will benefit from exciting, meaningful work supported by a depth of engineering talent to support you in your future career as a professional engineer.

We know you want a combination of challenging work, a structured career path leading to chartered status and great employee benefits. By making us a key part of your career path, you’ll have the opportunity to work across multiple sectors with some of the biggest names in engineering.

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If you love variety, want challenging problems to solve, have excellent interpersonal skills and can demonstrate a strong academic record, then we want to hear from you. Visit our website for details on how to apply, keep up to date with us on Twitter or see our LinkedIn profile.

Meet our Graduates

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Nicholas

Nicholas Phillips

Role: Graduate Engineer
Qualification: BEng (Hons), Materials Engineering BSc, Mathematics
University: Monash University
Joined Frazer-Nash in 2019

At Frazer-Nash my contribution and input always feels valued, with a good work balance and culture

Current role:

I work as a Systems Engineer in the Engineering and Asset Management group in our Melbourne office. Immediately after starting I have had the opportunity to simultaneously work on two large and important projects for Melbourne; conducting Reliability (RAM) Modelling for the new West Gate Tunnel Project and working on site with Requirements Engineering for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel.

Why did you choose Frazer-Nash?

The opportunity to work at a consultancy which operates across many diverse engineering sectors was exciting. This means as a graduate I can work on and be exposed to a wide range of projects early in my career, allowing me to find what I really enjoy working on outside of university. Having been lucky to previously intern at Frazer-Nash I could see first-hand as a graduate I would be respected and able to get straight into real projects, making contributions that are valued.

What training and development opportunities have you been given?

As I have been put straight into real projects I have been learning on the job from experienced engineers, learning systems engineering practices and how to implement them. I have also completed technical training on software packages needed to conduct both reliability analysis and requirements management in my work. In the office I have been involved in both formal and informal training, learning internal project management and business processes.

What is the culture like at Frazer-Nash?

At Frazer-Nash there is an exceptional team of professional and competent people committed to delivering the best for clients, which makes it a very rewarding place to work. There is a great mix of experience and youth in the office, with everyone always willing to help out. My contribution and input always feels valued as a Graduate and there is a good workload balance between team members.

We have a strong sense of companionship between team members, with regular social outings and opportunities to unwind, either with office lunch on Friday or even just going for coffee.


Deepika

Deepika Phadke

Role: Graduate Engineer
Qualification: BEng (Hons), Mechanical Engineering
University: University of Adelaide
Joined Frazer-Nash in 2018

At Frazer-Nash you can work in many different technical areas, learning from and working with technical experts.

Current Role:

I spent my first year at Frazer-Nash in the Asset Performance group, based in Adelaide. The Asset Performance group works across a wide array of technical and market areas. I got the chance to work in our Defence, Energy, Health and Rail sectors. My current group is Renewables Technology based in Dorking, UK. My 5-month secondment into this group is giving me the chance to get involved with in-depth analysis work for the wind industry.

Why did you choose Frazer-Nash?

I chose to work at Frazer-Nash in order to get exposure to the business world and experience multiple technical engineering fields in a short space of time. Many companies don’t give graduates a chance to get involved in bidding, but it is useful to understand this aspect of the corporate world from an early stage. I eventually want to specialise in an analytical engineering field, but I don’t want to miss a really interesting field just because I don’t know it exists, or don’t realise that it is actually interesting. For me, Frazer-Nash has been the ideal opportunity to work on lots of different projects for a brief time. I’ve gained a superficial understanding of many technical areas, which is exactly what I wanted.

What training and development opportunities have you been given?

There is a lot of independence granted to graduates at Frazer-Nash and whilst this can be challenging, it can also really encourage you to set good goals, grow and thrive. Another informal aspect of training at Frazer-Nash is the one-off mentoring which is always available from our large number of PhD and managerial experts in the company. As for formal training, Frazer-Nash provides project management training to all graduates. Frazer-Nash have also given me the opportunity to work in my interest area (wind energy analytics) by providing funding for me to run a small pilot research project, and to work with one of our major wind energy clients from our UK offices.

What is the culture like at Frazer-Nash?

There is an open door policy here, and everybody (even senior managers) is willing and eager to help where they can. My group often has social outings and we all went to an ‘Escape Room’ last week for a team-building session.


Raja

Raja Baksi

Role: Graduate Engineer
Qualification: BEng (Hons), Mechanical Engineering
University: University of Adelaide
Joined Frazer-Nash in 2017

“A productive work environment, and one where everyone is ready and willing to provide you with valuable input.”

Current role:

I work in the Engineering and Asset Management group, based in Adelaide. This group works closely with clients across a number of markets. I have been given opportunities to work on several projects in the Defence and Energy sectors. This has involved working interstate and undertaking secondments to client sites. Currently, I am supporting projects in Space Situational Awareness, involving both technical and project management work.

Why did you choose Frazer-Nash?

Frazer-Nash gets involved in all stages of project lifecycles. I chose to work here for this reason, as it could provide exposure to a breadth of engineering processes. This also meant having the opportunity to work alongside professionals with a range of specialist skillsets.

Work isn’t limited to just calculation and delivery. The idea of bidding for work, then being given the responsibility to deliver and manage the scope of work seemed a great avenue for professional growth.

What training and development opportunities have you been given?

There is a focus on developing well-rounded consultants. A series of in-house training modules are provided to build commercial and business awareness. I was provided with these soon after joining, and they prepared me for all of the non-technical challenges that came with larger projects. Where relevant for the project, the company has been proactive in funding external training courses as well.

What is the culture like at Frazer-Nash?

Senior members of Frazer-Nash are professional, knowledgeable and cultivate a culture of really caring for clients. This makes for a productive work environment, and one where everyone is ready and willing to provide you with valuable input.

Our Graduate Program

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Applications for our Graduate Program for 2020 have closed.

Keep your eye our on our website for future opportunities and keep up to date with us on Twitter or see our LinkedIn profile.

Our Recruitment Process

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How to Apply:

Internship Program Applications for 2020 are open from July 1st. We are seeking interns for our offices in Adelaide, Canberra and Melbourne.

If you are studying an engineering qualification of any discipline, or a related science qualification, please fill out our online application form: https://frazer-nash.workable.com/j/2481B32BCD?viewed=true

The selection process:

The selection process lets us learn more about you, what drives you, what you are passionate about, what you would like to get out of an ideal career. It also gives you the opportunity to find out more about Frazer-Nash. The following gives you an overview of what happens once your application has been submitted.

Short Listing:

We assess all the applications against specific criteria to see how closely applicants' skills, experience and qualifications are suited to the business needs. We will then short list those who we feel could be a good match for Frazer-Nash. If you are short listed you will then be invited to an assessment centre for interview. If you are unsuccessful at this stage we will notify you.

Assessment Centre & Interview:

This interview is for us to find out more about you, and for you to find out more about us. Preparation will help you to gather your thoughts in advance, and allow you to think of any questions that you would like to ask. The assessment centre and interview will include:

  • A brief psychometric profiling questionnaire
  • Group assessment activity
  • In depth discussion of your background and experience
  • Technical questions related to the role to get a feel for your technical and analytical capabilities
  • Questions and answers: For you to find out more about us, the work we do and what you will be doing with us
  • A short assessment maybe included for non-engineering roles.

Our assessment centres will take place in August.

Offers of Employment:

After the assessment centre, we will review all the information, and if successful we will contact you with a formal offer of employment.

Our offers of employment are made in September.

If You Are Unsuccessful:

If unsuccessful we will notify you and we are always willing to give feedback to unsuccessful candidates. Don't be discouraged and keep an eye on our website for other suitable vacancies to apply for.

We wish you every success for the future.

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