The North East Link Project (NELP) will connect the missing link in Melbourne's freeway network by linking the Eastern Freeway and the M80 Ring Road in Melbourne’s north-east. The project includes major upgrades to the Eastern Freeway from Springvale Road including Melbourne’s first dedicated busway from Doncaster towards the city. The North East Link will be a safe and efficient freeway connection for up to 135,000 vehicles a day, slashing travel times, getting trucks off local roads, linking key growth areas in the north and south-east and creating thousands of jobs during construction and early operation.
As part of the Summer Internship program, we are looking for multiple interns to join our growing team. The internship program aims to build the next generation of diverse and inclusive talent ready for careers in transport.
We are looking for interns in the following areas to join our growing teams:
- Government Relations
- Communications & Stakeholder Relations
- Engineering or equivalent
- Engineering (Civil)
As an intern at NELP, you will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience related to your current studies. You'll be part of a team delivering the biggest road transport project in Victoria’s history, and you'll be able to see the impact of this work as you travel through the state each day.
Summer Internship Information & Eligibility
The position will be for a fixed term period of up to 6 months. The internship will be on a full-time basis until you return to your studies where hours will be flexible to suit your uni timetable. If you're looking to get some hands-on experience in a supportive environment – this is the role for you!
You do not need previous relevant experience to apply for this position - all you need is a positive attitude and a strong willingness to learn.
To be eligible you will identify with at least one of the following marginalised and disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
- Live with disability
- Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
You are currently studying a relevant undergraduate degree AND have Australian working rights for full-time hours.
We try to give preference to students who are currently in their second to last or last years of study but welcome applications from all years.
You will automatically be sent a questionnaire to fill out if you meet the eligibility requirements.
How to apply
- Statement regarding why you are interested in your role
- Verification of marginalised or disadvantaged background (e.g. medical certificate)
- Working rights (e.g., VEVO check)
- Copy of Academic Transcript
For a confidential discussion about these opportunities please feel free to reach out:
Kevin Peters – [email protected]
Erica Adams – [email protected]
- Job type:Internships
Communications, Engineering, Engineering Civil Structural, Government,...
- Work rights:
New Zealand Citizen, Australian Permanent...
Annual salary of $54,755
- Position Start Date
January 10, 2022
- Program Duration
12 Weeks to 6 Months
- Remote Friendly
- Closing Date:17th Oct 2021, 6:00 am