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Honeywell Graduate Programs

Our Early Careers Programs are an integral part of our business: Graduates, Interns, Apprentices and Trainees are provided the opportunity to start their careers in a Fortune 100 company where the opportunities are endless. These roles are designed to fast track success and development through challenging and meaningful work with great learning opportunities, together with quality training and development.

With the support of a global organisation and a culture of teamwork and camaraderie, Honeywell employees can navigate their way around the world and progress from career to career within the same dynamic company. Our employees are encouraged to be visionaries and they achieve great things.

Our early careers programs have a rich history of fostering our future leaders, with many early careers alumni holding various positions today, including senior leader roles.


Where will your vision lead you?

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Past Honeywell Graduate Hiring Statistics

If you’re interested in working at Honeywell, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when Honeywell hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.


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Job types

  • Graduate Jobs (100%),

Disciplines

  • Accounting (10%),

  • Administration (10%),

  • Agriculture (10%),

  • Architecture (10%),

  • Actuary (10%),

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Locations

  • Sydney (50%),

  • Melbourne (40%),

  • Brisbane (30%),

  • Perth (30%),

  • Auckland (20%),

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Work rights

  • Australian Citizen (100%),

  • Australian Permanent Resident (100%),

  • New Zealand Citizen (100%),

  • New Zealand Permanent Resident (20%),

Past Honeywell Graduate Programs

Check out some of Honeywell's past jobs they have posted on GradConnection over the last 12 months. Understanding the details about what a graduate employer is looking for well before applications have opened can sometimes be the edge you need to secure your first graduate program.


Honeywell Building Solutions - Engineering Sales Graduate Role

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Engineering Electrical, Engineering Mechanical,

...

Locations:

Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Building Products - Engineering General –Building Technologies

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Engineering, Engineering Electrical, Engineering

...

Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

...

Honeywell Building Solutions - Engineering ICT – Building Technologies Graduate

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Cyber Security,

...

Locations:

Auckland (New Zealand)

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Building Solutions - Engineering Sales Graduate Roles

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Banking and Finance, Business

...

Locations:

Auckland (New Zealand), Wellington

...

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Process Solutions - Engineering General – Process Industrial Solutions

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Engineering, Engineering Chemical Processing,

...

Locations:

Brisbane, Perth

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Research and Design Centre – Software Engineering Graduate Role

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Computer Science, Engineering Mechatronics,

...

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Research and Design Centre - User Experience Designer Graduate Role

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Design and User Experience

Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell 2021 Graduate Program - Australia

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Accounting, Actuary, Administration, Agriculture,

...

Locations:

Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Graduate Software Engineer – North Ryde, NSW

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Engineering Software, Information Systems,

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Locations:

Sydney

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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Honeywell Graduate Service Engineer

Job type:

Graduate Jobs

Disciplines:

Engineering, Engineering Electrical, Engineering

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Locations:

Melbourne

Workrights:

Australian Citizen, New Zealand

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About Honeywell

Honeywell


Welcome to Honeywell, a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address some of the world’s most critical challenges around energy, safety, security, productivity and global urbanization. We are uniquely positioned to blend physical products with software to support connected systems that improve buildings, factories, utilities, and aircraft, and that enable a safer, more comfortable and more productive world. Our solutions enhance the quality of life of people around the globe and create new markets and even new industries.

At Honeywell, diversity is the foundation of a performance culture that promotes respect, understanding, and appreciation of different perspectives, backgrounds and experiences.

At Honeywell, we offer quality training and development opportunities, career progression, as well as interesting and varied work projects. We provide a culture of sharing where you can learn from some of the industry's most respected and really make your mark!

Our graduate program:

The Honeywell Graduate Program is designed from the ground up to empower people from the moment they start their careers with Honeywell. Through challenging and meaningful assignments with great learning opportunities, together with quality training and development opportunities, the 2-year program has a rich history of fostering our future leaders.

We work hard to build a team of results-oriented individuals, then empower them to make the world a better place. With the support of a global organisation and a culture of teamwork and camaraderie that is second to none, Honeywell employees can navigate their way around the world and progress from career to career within the same dynamic company. Our employees are encouraged to be visionaries and they achieve great things.

Our graduate and internship opportunities are in one of three areas:

Honeywell Research and Design Centre

The Honeywell Research and Design Centre develop market leading software systems and solutions for industrial plants and buildings. These solutions help to build a world that is more efficient, safe, secure and comfortable. The latest user experience design, software engineering practices and technologies are used to develop advanced software systems that are used all over the world. For more information: Click here

for our video on User Experience and for more information about our Software click here for buildings and here for industrial.

Honeywell Building Solutions

Honeywell Building Solutions installs, integrates and maintains the systems that keep facilities safe, secure, comfortable, productive and energy efficient. We work with a variety of customers on exciting buildings across leisure and entertainment, justice and corrections, and premium commercial. Click here for more information.

Honeywell Building Products

Our Xtralis Group is the leading global provider of powerful solutions for the very early & reliable detection, remote video verification, and rapid, effective response to smoke, fire, gas and security threats. Our technologies prevent disasters by giving users time to respond before life, critical infrastructure or business continuity is compromised. We protect high-value and irreplaceable assets belonging to the world’s top governments and businesses. Click here for more information.

If you are a problem solver and you want to make a difference, we would love to hear from you! Please apply for one of our exciting graduate positions or contact us for more information at [email protected] or visit www.earlycareersathoneywell.com.au

 

Honeywell Pacific Graduate Program 2021 Intake

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Our 2-year graduate program offers a unique opportunity to launch your career in a diverse and inclusive global organisation. From the variety of challenges, experiences and responsibilities to choose from, to the endless discoveries to be made about who you are and what you are capable of – Honeywell enjoys a friendly, diverse and supportive group of experts from around the world to ensure you are not alone.

The purpose of the Honeywell graduate program is to build a pipeline of fantastic talent for the future and fast track development. This is achieved through providing challenging and meaningful assignments with great learning opportunities, together with a planned and supported development program. You will develop your technical, soft skills and business acumen throughout your time as a Honeywell graduate.

Our graduate opportunities are in one of three areas:

Honeywell Building Solutions

Honeywell Building Solutions installs, integrates and maintains the systems that keep facilities safe, secure, comfortable, and productive and energy efficient. We work with a variety of customers on exciting buildings across leisure and entertainment, justice and corrections, and premium commercial.

Graduate Roles: Graduate Project Engineer, Graduate Service Engineer, Graduate Sales Engineer, Graduate ICT Engineer, Graduate Integration Engineer.

Honeywell Building Products

Our Xtralis Group is the leading global provider of powerful solutions for the very early & reliable detection, remote video verification, and rapid, effective response to smoke, fire, gas and security threats. Our technologies prevent disasters by giving users time to respond before life, critical infrastructure or business continuity is compromised. We protect high-value and irreplaceable assets belonging to the world’s top governments and businesses.

Graduate Roles: Graduate Engineer

Honeywell Research and Design Centre

The Honeywell Research and Design Centre develop market leading software systems and solutions for industrial plants and buildings. These solutions help to build a world that is more efficient, safe, secure and comfortable. The latest user experience design, software engineering practices and technologies are used to develop advanced software systems that are used all over the world.

Graduate Roles: Graduate Software Engineer, Graduate User Experience Designer

What we are looking for?

We are looking for graduates with the following skills and qualities:

  • Passion for engineering, IT, software
  • Ability to problem solve
  • Innovation
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Interest in driving your own career forward

Disciplines, please note this is not an exhaustive list:

  • Engineering (Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Mechatronics and Chemical)
  • Computer Science / ICT / Information Technology / Networking
  • Software Engineering
  • User Experience Design
  • Double Degree Business/Commerce with Engineering / IT

Role Locations:

Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Perth, Darwin, Adelaide, Auckland, Christchurch

When to apply:

Australia applications open 1 March – 8 April 2019

New Zealand applications open 26 April – 20 May 2019

Eligibility:

We can only accept applications from those who:

  • Hold Citizenship or Permanent Residency for Australia or New Zealand; and
  • Have completed/will be complete their university course within the 2 years preceding commencement of the Graduate program, February 2021.

Our recruitment process involves:

Candidate application, cognitive ability testing, video interviews, phone screening, assessment centres, interviews and behavioural testing.

Offers are generally sent out throughout June/July/August. Most of our graduates will start in February 2021 unless agreed to be earlier.

To apply or for more information: earlycareersathoneywell.com.au

Honeywell is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we support a diverse workforce.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.

 

Honeywell Research and Design Centre

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The Honeywell Software and Design Studio

Honeywell is Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures new technologies, products and solutions that address tough and interesting challenges across diverse industries.

Honeywell Software Centre (HSC) Sydney is a global software development centre & design studio for Honeywell. The focus is on large Integrated Systems & human machine interface systems for industrial and building automation using leading edge technologies.

HSC develops flagship software systems for Industrial and Buildings automation that improve efficiency, safety, security and reliability of Honeywell’s worldwide customers. The R&D team includes 200 talented professionals, most with double degrees in computer systems and engineering, who are responsible for the development of world class software that is used by Honeywell’s worldwide customers. The solutions developed in Sydney are exported throughout the world.

You will work on leading edge web based UI systems, time critical networking infrastructure, the release of a multimillion dollar global software product or the design of the next generation video capture technology. HSC has a reputation for innovation built over many years of and is now leading the way on new technologies for control rooms and application of a range of human machine interface technologies including mobility, voice, cloud-computing and big data.

Visit the Honeywell Software and Design Studio to find out more about us.

 

Grad story

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Michael Johnstone

Michael Johnstone

Software Engineering Graduate
Swinburne University
Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science

1. What have been the highlights of the graduate program?

I get to work on projects that are the leading edge of the industry. I enjoy working on feature requests that have never existed before, and seeing the come from just an idea to a tangible, working feature in our product suite.

2. Why Honeywell?

Why did you choose Honeywell?

Honeywell strives to be the industry leader in everything that they do, and I wanted to be part of an organisation that is constantly innovating.

What does a typical day as a grad involve?

As a graduate software engineer, I was placed directly into a team working on a particular project. I didn’t really feel like I was working as a graduate, because I was given the same opportunities as the rest of the team members to contribute. Of course, there were not the same expectations of me due to my limited experiences, but my team members were always happy to help with any problems I was having.

So my day to day role looks exactly like anyone else’s. My team employs the scrum methodology –my day involves turning up to work and continue doing what I was doing at the end of the previous day. I then participate in my teams daily scrum meeting, and then it’s back to working on the features our team has committed for the current sprint.

Tell me a bit about your training and development opportunities.

During my first year, myself and the other graduates participated in a 3 day soft skills training course where we learnt communication, networking etc skills. In my second year, Honeywell sent me to NDC Sydney, a week long software conference. Here I learnt about different technologies I had not yet been exposed to, and how to survive working in the world of Software.

Honeywell also have a structured career path outlining the steps and skills required to reach the next rank of software developer within the company. It is up to you to work on your skills to get to the next rank, but Honeywell provides the support to allow you to do so.

3. What is your tips for a graduate applying for a graduate role?

  1. Work on a project of your own outside of uni that you are passionate about.
  2. Industry work experience is invaluable during your uni years.
  3. Engage in network opportunities as they are available to you

Bridget Pyc

Sales Engineering Graduate
Queensland University of Technology, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Surrey
Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) and Bachelor of Science

1. What have been the highlights of the graduate program?

Through the role I’ve been behind the scenes in the Sydney Opera House, to view back-of-house collections in one of New Zealand’s most incredible museums and into local prisons.

2. Why Honeywell?

I chose Honeywell as the role offered was unlike any other I had seen before and ideal following my conjoint degree. Honeywell appealed to me because of its combination of advanced technology and energy efficient solutions.

I’m particularly proud of the work we do at Honeywell when I step back in a sales presentation and realise that our technology is able to make people’s lives easier, to save costs, and in particular to make buildings around the world more energy efficient.

3. What does a typical day as a grad involve?

A typical day as a grad can involve working in the background on engineering designs, meeting with customers to understand their needs and all things in between.

This role has given me contact to an incredible range of people and access to spaces I never would have otherwise.

4. Tell me a bit about your training and development opportunities.

Honeywell has a huge amount of training opportunities, if one seeks it out the possibilities are nearly endless. My development has included 6 days of “soft-skills” training – a valuable course which covered personal and interpersonal skills which I will value for life. As well as this, I’ve been exposed to technical training through online self-learning and instructor driven courses.

5. What are your tips for a graduate applying for a graduate role?

  1. Study whatever you want to study. It’s easy to get bogged down in chasing that prized final ‘piece of paper’. But ticking off the correct subjects as fast as possible with minimal effort in order to meet the degree requirements is really not what study is about. It took me a while, but I eventually learnt this from a fellow student, who after 60, retired from a life in the oil industry and was now pursuing his hang-gliding piolet licence and the study of physics all for fun. This is what is should be about, picking subjects you want to and delving in as deep as your interests drive you to.
  2. Travel. I learnt equal amounts from my 5 years in university classes, as I did from the few months travelling in between these.
  3. Meditate. I didn’t know this one at university, but the benefits to all aspects of life are incredible.
 

How to apply

Honeywell


Visit http://www.earlycareersathoneywell.com.au/career-programs-manager/graduate-program and complete your application for our graduate program.

You will need to submit the following to apply: your resume, cover letter, recent academic transcript (an unofficial copy is fine) and proof of you Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency.

When to apply:

Applications for Australia and NZ will close on 31st May.

Eligibility:

We can only accept applications from those who:

  • Hold Citizenship or Permanent Residency for Australia or New Zealand; and
  • Have completed/will be complete their university course within the 2 years preceding commencement of the Graduate program, February 2020.

Position locations:

We recruit throughout Australia and New Zealand – Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Perth, Darwin, Adelaide, Auckland, Christchurch

Our recruitment process involves:

Candidate application, cognitive ability testing, video interviews, phone screening, assessment centres, interviews and behavioural testing.

Offers are generally sent out throughout June/July/August. Most of our graduates will start in February 2020 unless agreed to be earlier.

If you are an engineering graduate who enjoys solving complex problems and working within a team, we look forward to receiving your application!

 

Indigenous programs

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

Honeywell is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, which aligns to our goal of exceeding our customers’ expectations. We encourage those who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to apply to take part in our graduate program. There are plenty of opportunities for learning and development in a company that makes a difference to the world in which we live.

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Honeywell has initiated an Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP) program in line with the Australian Government’s Indigenous Procurement Policy, introduced in July 2015. Honeywell has launched a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and is committed to working towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace, particularly for those who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander.

Honeywell Pacific has an Indigenous Participation Program team comprising representatives from the leadership team, human resources, supply chain, employees and managers from various parts of the business, including our early careers employees. We have been involved in sponsoring an Indigenous student through the Aurora program, and have been involved in various STEM camps including Engineering Aid Australia (New South Wales and Western Australia), SPARK (Queensland and Victoria) as well as VIEWS (Victoria).

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We are a proud member of Supply Nation and aim to increase our supplier spend with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses. Supply Nation’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms Laura Berry, said “we are delighted to welcome Honeywell into the Supply Nation program and look forward to working with them to develop their supplier diversity footprint in Australia”.

Enhancing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander engagement through employment and suppliers will assist Honeywell to achieve our goals and to help improve outcomes in the wider community.

 

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