Mirvac Graduate Programs & Internships

Mirvac is a leading, diversified Australian property group, with an integrated model that spans design, construction, development, asset management and funds management.

For over 50 years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to shaping Australia’s urban landscape, with a strong focus on sustainability, innovation, safety, and placemaking. Principally loc…

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Application Process

  1. Online Application

    Complete your online application with your Cover Letter, Resume and qualifying questions. 

    • Your CV –showcase your previous work experience, extra-curricular activities, academic history, volunteer experience and any other qualifications –we’re looking for future leaders, so anything that demonstrates your motivation, proactivity and interest in your chosen discipline will go a long way!
    • A cover letter –tell us about yourself, which specific discipline you are passionate about and where you see your career developing. Remember to proofread for typos!
  2. Video Interview 

    If you’ve impressed us with your online application, we’ll invite you to complete a Video Interview. You’ll be able to complete the video interview in the convenience of your home at a time that works for you.

  3. Assessment Centre

    If yo…

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About Mirvac

Mirvac is a leading, diversified Australian property group, with an integrated development and asset management capability.We have over 50 years of experience in the property industry and an unmatched reputation for delivering superior products and services across our businesses.

Principally located in Australia's four key cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, Mirvac owns and manages assets across the office, retail and industrial sectors, with over $26 billion of assets that we currently own and manage. Our development activities allow us to create and deliver innovative and high-quality commercial assets and residential projects for our customers, while driving long-term value for our security holders.

Our integrated approach gives us a competitive advantage in the creation of quality assets across the entire lifecycle of a project; from planning through to design, construction and development, leasing, property management and long-term ownership.

Recognising the contribution we make to Australia’s major cities, our purpose, Reimagine Urban Life, inspires us to question how and why we do things. With a strong focus on our customers, we’re asked to think about how we can redefine the landscape and create more sustainable, connected and vibrant urban environments, leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.

 

Why Join Us?

We have been ranked #1 in AFR BOSS’s Best Places to Work in Property, Construction & Transport 2022!

Mirvac’s vision is setting the standard as a world-class Australian property group that attracts the best of the best!

As a leader in the Australian development and construction industry, our employees benefit from working in a flexible and innovative working environment, strong leadership, clear career development opportunities and a wealth of health and wellbeing programs.

Interns are our future leaders! We are looking for people with the right combination of skills and values to drive our vision and strategy across our diverse business.

Mirvac has been ranked in GradConnections top 10 Intern Program (Small Category) in 2020 and GradAustralias Top 100 Graduate Employers for 2021. Check out the video below to see what our previous years interns have to say about the program.

GC TOP-100

WHAT SETS OUR WORKFORCE APART

Mirvac’s team is our most valuable asset, and we invest in our people accordingly. A huge part of this is creating a positive workplace environment, where people are respected, encouraged and rewarded. Over the years, we’re proud to have built a culture of inclusivity, innovation and collaboration, becoming a place where people genuinely want to work. We feel fortunate to have so many talented, purpose-driven individuals on our team – and with employee engagement exceeding 90%, it seems this appreciation goes both ways.  

Our Internship Program

Mirvac’s internship program is designed to assist you in building your career in the Property & Construction Industry during your final year of studies.

  • One year Internship in your area of study, around your study schedule starting February 2024
  • Rotations across job families and asset classes for some roles to support a diverse experience
  • Participation in a Hatch Innovation Project
  • Asset site tours
  • Corporate learning programs to build upon your professional and technical skills
  • Property education modules
  • Networking opportunities across business teams and our Executive Leadership Team
  • Guided lectures each week from our Management Leadership Teams
  • Support structure including a Manager, Buddy, Mentor, and Intern Program HR Team

Bring your education to life with opportunities across multiple areas of our diverse business. We are recruiting students in their penultimate year who are due to graduate in 2024 from the following disciplines

  • Property
  • Construction
  • Development
  • Design & Architecture
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Digital
  • Data Science
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Capital Partnerships
  • Treasury
  • Strategy & Customer
  • Procurement & Premises
  • Stakeholder Relations & Customer

For more information, please view our brochure HERE.

Applications close September 19th 2023

Application Process

  1. Online Application

    Complete your online application with your Cover Letter, Resume and qualifying questions. 

    • Your CV –showcase your previous work experience, extra-curricular activities, academic history, volunteer experience and any other qualifications –we’re looking for future leaders, so anything that demonstrates your motivation, proactivity and interest in your chosen discipline will go a long way!
    • A cover letter –tell us about yourself, which specific discipline you are passionate about and where you see your career developing. Remember to proofread for typos!
  2. Video Interview 

    If you’ve impressed us with your online application, we’ll invite you to complete a Video Interview. You’ll be able to complete the video interview in the convenience of your home at a time that works for you.

  3. Assessment Centre

    If you’ve got through to this stage, congratulations! You’ll be invited to a half day assessment centre where you’ll have access to some of our senior business leaders. You’ll participate in a group task and be interviewed by a senior stakeholder within your division.

    You will need to make yourself available to attend an Assessment Centre one day in October.

  4. Offering your role 

    If you’re successful at our assessment centre, we’ll call you to give you the exciting news of an offer with Mirvac and forward you a written offer in late 2023. 

  5. Commencing in your new role

    You’ll commence in your new role in February 2024

Employee Profiles

elyssa

Katherine Kostov, Digital Intern - I’m gaining valuable hands-on experience and mentorship working on impactful projects. I really like the year long program because it allows me to build on my abilities and explore my professional interests. My managers are flexible around my university and personal commitments, and Mirvac has fostered a close intern community with regular social opportunities.

 


anish

Billy Norris, Group Finance Intern- The experiences I’ve worked through in the Mirvac Internship Program have been nothing short of unforgettable. The challenges presented to me every day by the team have been a strong component of my understanding in corporate work. In Mirvac and amongst my team, I feel very involved in the decisions made through collaborative meetings and online discussion. I also sense that the awareness of a healthy work-life balance is well understood within Mirvac, shown through their ability to cater for individual requests. The team are very supportive of my consistent learning and provide constructive feedback on my work to facilitate my development

 


emma

Samiha Islam, Construction Project Design Intern - Being a woman in construction and property development, I am always inspired by the incredible female talent at all levels within Mirvac. It is exciting to witness great transformations, dynamic structures being imagined then created. At Mirvac, we exercise ambitious sustainability strategies and incite innovation. Not only do I enjoy our project but am proud to be a part of a diverse team who are great role models and mentors. 


john

Ahmed Aslam, Capital Partnerships Intern - As an Intern, there are endless opportunities to learn, develop and grow as an investment professional in property with the continuous support from your managers and your team at Mirvac. It has been especially exciting to be a part of the exceptional growth at Mirvac in its evolution as a trusted fiduciary of over $18bn in third-party capital with valued domestic and offshore partners. No two days are the same, and as an intern you get to work on extremely challenging yet highly rewarding tasks with the constant support and guidance of your team. 

 


Aida

Maggie Greer, Development Intern - The internship program has given me a chance to learn about multiple divisions of the business and work with a range of people across teams. Rotating through the business I have always been met with a supportive environment and positive culture where I am able to excel both in and out of the office. The support provided by both Mirvac and my teams whilst completing the final year of my degree made it easy to balance study, work and my personal life. 


Jerome

Nicholas Manganaro, Construction Intern - Whilst being integrated within the construction team for Mirvac, I have gained a greater understanding of the corresponding teams which are associated with running and maintaining these buildings. My experiences at Mirvac have allowed myself to gain invaluable experience through the generosity and patience of my colleagues; albeit being trusted with meaningful tasks to contribute towards the end product; being project delivery. Although I am based in Melbourne, Mirvac has allowed myself and other Victorian interns to explore and connect with our Sydney-based colleagues, permitting opportunities to explore their interstate projects as well. 

 


 

 

 

A Day in the Life- Working at Mirvac

elyssa

 

Itern Name:  Brian Vo

Degree: Bachelor of Construction Management, UTS

Position: Development Build to Rent, Intern 

7:15am – Wake up, shower and get ready for work. Riding into 200 George St (Sydney Head Office) on motorcycle from Marrickville takes roughly 15-20 minutes filtering through the traffic, so I like to leave around 7:50am

8.15am – Park at Hickson road across from Park Hyatt. There’s a closer parking spot for motorcycles on Harrington St. but I prefer to walk into office coming from The Rocks/Circular Quay. Walking past the MCA and seeing the Opera House every morning never gets old and provides a little chance to clear my head before work.

8.30am – Head up to level 29 and find a spot in our team area. For the first 30 minutes of the day I like to plan and prioritise the day. This consists of checking my calendar to confirm any meetings that will be on for the day, checking my task list/register and prioritising the work I will be executing for the day.

9.00am – Have a quick chat to my manager about what I’m working on, any potential upcoming challenges or any new developments on our project. Working in the Build-to-Rent division is particularly interesting for myself as we are currently working on 3 projects that are all interstate with 2 in Melbourne and 1 in Brisbane; so if my manager is out visiting the assets, we’ll hold our catchups over Microsoft Teams or just a simple phone call.

9.15am – If any urgent tasks result of our catchup, I will go straight into actioning them; otherwise, I like to tackle the harder tasks first thing in the day whilst I have the most capacity. This morning, I’m assisting in the delivery of furnished apartments for one of our assets which consists of coordination with the onsite team and subcontractors.

10.30am – Today we have our weekly ‘Post-Completion’ meeting for a project where we discuss learnings from the project, improvements we could make and any defects that need tending to.

11.30am – Once the meeting is done, I’ll head back to my desk, finalise the meeting minutes and distribute it to all relevant parties. When this is done, in the lead up to lunch I will usually process new invoices for the job and raise purchase orders if needed.

12.00pm – I don’t pack lunch so I will usually head down to Gateway or Australia Square to buy some lunch, head back to office up on Level 28 and eat with the intern crew! As we are still attending classes in our last year of uni, day-to-day I’ll be hanging out with whoever is in that day.

1.00pm – After a nice catchup with work friends and a big feed I’m back at the desk - getting quotes, procuring items and services that we need for our assets.

3.30pm – Attend ‘Intern Hatch Innovation Presentation’ meeting. As part of the Intern program we undertake a training from the Hatch team (Innovation division at Mirvac) and apply what we learnt to our assigned research project. We then present these findings to the company as a whole. In this meeting, our main aim is to finalise the slides that we will be presenting to the company. As I will be presenting, I do a mock run and receive feedback from the team on any changes I need to make to my speech.

4:30pm – I will usually do a recap with my manager on the day and if there are any items that need to be closed out. If nothing urgent has surfaced, I continue with my other work till the end of the work day.

5.00pm – Send any final emails and pack my laptop into my locker. Since it’s a Thursday, I meet with the rest of interns at the lobby and we head out to a spot nearby to catchup before we head home. The strength of the program is that the intern cohort is diverse with most of us working in different divisions of the business – this means that it’s helpful when we come together and share any tips/insights we have gained from our experience.


elyssa

Graduate Name: Bronte Anscombe  

Degree: Bachelor of Commerce; Marketing and International Business, USYD

Position: Graduate Marketing Coordinator

My alarm goes off at 5.45am to get ready for a walk with my two housemates. We head down the road to our favourite café Skittle Lane where I order my usual Almond Cappuccino, and then onwards down to Bondi Beach to watch the sun rise. We walk along the promenade for a while soaking in the fresh air and watching the sky turn pink. I then leave my friends early to head back home, take a shower and get ready for work. I like to have a second black coffee whilst packing my breakfast and lunch. I always aim to be out the door at 7:25am, as the bus stop is always bustling with Bondi’s dedicated commuters. The buses run every 5 minutes and if I’m lucky I can grab a seat for the ride to Bondi Junction. Arriving at Bondi Junction at just before 8, I follow the crowd down the long escalator and jump on the first train heading west.

My train usually arrives at Martin Place around 8.15, and it’s just a short walk down to 200 George St. Even though there is hot-desking, our marketing team is tight knit, and we always sit together. I’m sat down at my desk by 8:30am, to get some admin done before meetings start at 9am. I like to start with mapping out my day by checking my calendar for any meetings and reminders, and by also cross-checking my managers calendar to make sure I can be available when necessary. I have a muesli bar and some fruit for breakfast, while checking my emails, responding to any urgent ones.

At 9.30am we have our weekly face-to-face meeting with the NSW APT & MPC Marketing team on Level 28. Natasha gets the whole team coffees (yes, this is my third…), and we chat about what we’re working on, how the weeks been going, and what our plans are for the weekend. I love these face-to-face meetings as it’s so nice to all be in the office and have a catch-up before the day begins. At 10am, I have a personal WIP with my direct manager. We discuss the most important tasks coming up. Today this is event planning for the impending opening of our display apartment at The Langlee and organising details for a photoshoot of the new furniture installation by Coco Republic. I love these meetings because there is always something exciting happening on one of our projects, be it an event, a signage brief, eDM copy writing or even video editing. We then have a catch-up about my progress and how I am going personally.

At 10.30am I head back to my desk to gather my thoughts and create a list of my tasks for the day, factoring in my afternoon meetings. Today, I’m finalising catering details with a creative branding agency for our event and mapping out a creative eDM brief. I really enjoy getting to practice design skills and working closely with our Des & Pres team to watch our ideas come to light.

12.30pm is lunch time. This usually consists of sending a quick message to the intern group to see who’s around. After several dings from my phone, it is confirmed that several interns are either waiting diligently on level 28 for everyone, rushing to heat up their carefully prepped Tupperware meals, or running down to Australia Square to grab a last-minute meal. We eat together and talk about our weeks and discuss what each of our divisions are doing ATM. It’s a great part of my day, where we all get to share our experiences thus far.

I head back to my desk at 1.15pm but am quickly back out on the street hailing a cab. Today I’m heading out to one of our display apartments to take short-form video content. The display is beautiful, and I have fun getting creative with shooting content for our socials. I head back to the office at 2.00pm and spend the next 15 minutes uploading some 90 videos to the shared digital marketing folder.

In the afternoon, I refer to my list, checking off my most important tasks first. I spend the next half-an-hour overlaying music onto a construction update video for one of our MPC projects. I also like to touch base with the entire team, to check if anyone requires assistance with anything urgent by EOD. At 4.30pm I have to pack up my things and head to Sydney University for a5pm class. Class finishes at 6pm so I walk to Redfern train station and start my journey back to Bondi. I make it back just in time for my 6.30pm Pilates class to wind down before heading home.


elyssa

Intern Name: Josh Rodgers  

Degree: Bachelor of Business; Human Resource Management, WSU

Position: HR Intern

6:00am: Alarm clock goes off, straight into the shower, have some breakfast, brush my teeth and then I get dressed. I typically leave the house by 7am so I have time to get a coffee on the way to the train station.

7:30am: My train arrives at St. Marys station. A normal trip to the Sydney head office at Wynyard takes me just over one hour. I normally spend my time on the train doing university work or catching up on some well needed sleep.

8:40am: I head into the office and get settled into the desk that I had booked. Every morning when I first sit down, I log into Outlook to organise all my emails and begin mapping out my daily meetings. I then spend 10 minutes setting out what my priorities for the day are based on my manager’s needs.

9:00am: I join my first meeting for the day with my Remuneration Manager to catch up on work tasks that have been completed, any questions I have about prior work and what my plan of action should be moving forward. The Remuneration & Benefits team within HR is very exciting as there is always something that we are working towards that will improve employee experience at Mirvac. From performance conversations, goal setting, salary benchmarking to our people strategy and improving the satisfaction of Mirvac employees through reward programs. My department ultimately provides great exposure to a number of different processes to grow me as a HR professional.

9:30am: After my daily catch-up meeting, I spend the next 30 minutes polishing off any work left over from earlier in the week as well as responding to any emails that need actioning. My position in the team often involves communicating across the different departments in the HR team including Recruitment and People Connect. Therefore, it’s crucial that I organise my incoming mail and manage my time to effectively communicate with colleagues.

10:00am: I join my second meeting of the day with the Remuneration Manager to analyse any of the roles in the company that need to be benchmarked across industry standards. I typically spend the next 2 hours benchmarking the salaries of different roles by comparing them to industry data across 4 databases including Firg, Avdiev, Aon and Mercer. Around 10:30am I have a banana and muffin whilst I continue to work on the benchmarking. This process often involves substantial data entry into Excel to compare our current salary benchmarks against our competitors in the external market.

12:00pm: I join another meeting with my Remuneration Manager to talk about our WGEA survey. Australian private sector employers such as Mirvac with 100 or more employees must report to WGEA on six Gender Equality Indicators each year by law. My manager and I split this survey spreadsheet up into a numerical component including salary and bonuses as well as a word component including employee details, position title and employment status.

1:00pm: Lunch time! Most days I bring my lunch from home and sit in the communal café area with other interns to catch up. Other times I walk to the local food court and buy a burger and chips to enjoy by the harbour. Time outside and fresh air always clears my head after a busy morning!

2:00pm: I join my fourth meeting of the day with my Remuneration Manager and the Learning & Organisational Development manager to discuss the importance of having meaningful performance conversations with employees. Over the next half an hour, we discuss the best ways to address issues with our current processes and whether training sessions for managers is suitable.

2:30pm: Towards the back end of my day, I spend time on any projects or presentations that I have coming up for either Remuneration & Benefits or Analytics & Strategy. I will typically spend an hour and a half constructing PowerPoint presentations, researching external information and analysing internal data to highlight trends on the issue at hand. These projects are presented in monthly HR meetings as well as weekly HR ELT meetings with senior management and therefore are of great importance to the future development and success of Mirvac.

4:00pm: To conclude my day, I have a catch-up meeting with both the Remuneration Manager and Analytics Manager to present any of my findings and progress for the day. In this time, I also like to ask any questions I have about future training opportunities such as Excel courses which will assist me in my role.

4:30pm: I pack my belongings up, wish the team a good afternoon and make my way to the train station to head home

 

Cadetships

Cadetship (Construction) 

Mirvac Construction’s Cadet program is designed to assist you in building your career in the Property & Construction Industry through our Mirvac Construction business. The program allows students from their second year of study until Graduation to apply their university knowledge to various building construction projects (residential, commercial, mixed-use, build to rent), job activities and real-world scenarios. 

At Mirvac you will be supported by management, a ‘buddy’ and mentors, as well as included in a range of networking opportunities with business stakeholders and leaders. 

Mirvac Construction’s available Cadet positions for 2024 include: 

  • Site Cadet (NSW & VIC) 
  • Project Design Management Cadet (NSW)
  • Cost Planning Cadet  (NSW)
  • Health Safety and Environment Management Cadet (NSW & VIC)
  • Commercial Cadet (NSW & VIC) 
  • Pre-Construction Cadet (VIC)

These opportunities are 12-month fixed term contract roles, commencing in February 2024, with the potential to be made permanent. 

All Cadets in their final year of study, will be eligible to participate in the learning programs and activities available as part of the Mirvac Internship Program.

About you

To be eligible for our Cadet roles you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. 

To make the most of your cadetship and obtain maximum exposure to how a construction project is delivered, we require Cadets to commit to working a minimum of 4 days per week and we will provide flexibility around your study requirements aligned to this. 

You will be a student (minimum second year) from the following disciplines (but not limited to):

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Engineering (Structural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental)
  • Architecture / Design
  • Property Economics / Urban Development
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Digital Engineering
  • Construction Economics
  • Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability 

For more information on Mirvac Construction please visit HERE.

For more information about the Cadetship opportunities we offer, please click HERE

To apply, please click HERE.

Applications close 19th September 2023

About Mirvac Construction Roles 

Site Cadet

This role will see you based on one of Mirvac Constructions sites, working alongside our project delivery team to successfully build our development(s) safely, on time, on budget, to the required Mirvac quality and to the highest levels of customer satisfaction. You will gain broad exposure to project management, design and construct systems, and associated disciplines, procedures and controls onsite. This will involve supporting our Project Engineers and Site Managers in coordinating and monitoring site activities and subcontractors and suppliers onsite, developing and maintaining construction programmes and schedules, procurement and cost controls.

Eligible degrees: 

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Engineering (Structural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental)
  • Architecture / Design
  • Digital Engineering
  • Property Economics / Urban Development

Project Design Management Cadet

This role will see you gain broad exposure in the design management of Mirvac developments, from project conception, through to delivery onsite. You will learn the day-to-day roles in design management through supporting a team of Project Design Mangers to facilitate effective design delivery across all project design disciplines (civil, structure, façade, finishes, building services), maximising value and minimising risk through design. This will include design programming, reviewing drawings, project design, and documentation process and controls.

Eligible degrees:

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Engineering (Structural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental)
  • Architecture / Design

Cost Planning Cadet

This role will see you support the cost planning team to deliver the full range of cost planning services across multiple sectors including residential, commercial, retail, mixed-use, and build to rent. You will gain broad exposure to cost planning activities including the production of construction cost plans and construction risk advice for development projects from project conception to commencement on site and during construction, in accordance with the Mirvac National Procedures Manual. 

Eligible degrees:

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Quantity Surveying

Health Safety and Environment Management Cadet 

This role will see you based on one of our Mirvac Construction sites, supporting the project(s) HSE team and Workplace Manager(s) in the day-to-day implementation of the Mirvac HSE Management Systems and Workplace Risk Management Plans. You will gain broad exposure to HSE construction onsite activities whilst ensuring compliance with legislation, regulations and codes of practice, and Mirvac Group HSE objectives and targets onsite. 

Eligible degrees:

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability 
  • Construction or Project Management  
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Environmental Health 
  • Sustainability

Commercial Cadet 

This role will be based on one of our Mirvac Construction sites, supporting our project teams in ensuring the commercial objectives of the project are managed and delivered in accordance with Mirvac policies, governance protocols, and procedures. Supporting our Project Engineers and Senior Contract Administrators, you will gain exposure to the commercial management aspects of construction such as procurement, subcontract progress payment schedules, variations, cost reporting and final accounts. Through exposure to our software systems, you will learn about budgeting, cost management, forecasting and cashflows.   

Eligible degrees:

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Business / Commerce 
  • Contracts Law 
  • Quantity Surveying
  • Construction Economics

Pre-Construction Cadet

This role will see you based in head office working across multiple projects to gain exposure in pre-construction, focusing on project management across the earliest stages of Mirvac developments, from bid, planning, and design development phases through to delivery. You will support our Pre-construction Project Managers and Project Engineers across a range of their day-to-day responsibilities including construction planning & programming, site investigations, as well as creating and maintaining open, constructive relationships across all pre-construction teams (design management, cost planning, planners, commercial, legal, and development teams) to achieve project objectives in a timely manner. Ultimately, you support our Pre-Construction team to get our developments to a point where they are ready for construction, with a clear strategic plan, appropriate resource allocation and an approved budget.

Eligible degrees: 

  • Construction or Project Management
  • Engineering (Structural, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental)
  • Architecture / Design
  • Property Economics / Urban Development

 

Social & Environmental Responsibility

As a leading diversified property company, we aim to be a force for good by making choices, developing products, and working with our communities with sustainability in mind.

Our strategy, This Changes Everything, is geared towards making a positive impact. It’s designed to manage environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities, while delivering positive outcomes for our people, the planet, our customers and partners, and the communities in in which we operate.

We focus on what is most important to us and our stakeholders, working to instil a culture of ethical decision-making to support one of our key values, which is to do the right thing. Our employees are a key factor in our sustainability success, and they recognise the importance of our authentic approach, which contributes to high levels of engagement, discretionary effort, and key talent retention across the business. In FY23, Mirvac launched the third iteration of its ESG strategy, which is underpinned by three focus areas: 

Environment: Carbon emissions, Waste, and Water

We have set ambitious targets in carbon, waste and water and have published transparent plans with clear timelines to outline the steps we will take towards achieving these goals.

Social: Our people, Connection, and Inclusion

Our purpose to reimagine urban life inspires us to continually strive to do what's right, and to be a force for good in our communities. We know the choices we make with our buying power and when we invest in social infrastructure amenity can make a difference in helping to create a sense of community belonging. That’s why we've made community investment and social procurement integral parts of our strategy, allowing us to identify new partnerships and approaches for attracting customers and driving positive outcomes.

Governance: Procurement, Finance & investment, and Capability & disclosures

We understand our crucial role in creating positive impacts through the choices we make. From preferencing sustainable materials, to working with ethical partners, we work to make choices that align with our value to do the right thing. 
These efforts are monitored regularly by senior executive and Board oversight groups to ensure we deliver on our ESG promises. Accountability for performance against our targets is shared across the company, and forms part of every employee’s remuneration

To find out more visit: https://www.mirvac.com/sustainability

Perks & Benefits

What can Mirvac offer you?

At Mirvac we know our team is our most valuable asset and we invest in our people accordingly.

Flexibility

At Mirvac, being able to provide a flexible working environment is important to us. We want employees to be able to balance their work and personal commitments. Not only is this better for our people and their families, but it's also better for Mirvac as a business.

Flexibility at Mirvac doesn't necessarily mean working less hours, it's about working smarter and being creative in the use of time and technology to achieve the expectations of your role.

Some of our policies that support our employees in improving their work/life quality include:

  • 4 weeks Annual Leave, plus the option to purchase up to four additional weeks of leave
  • the opportunity to work part-time, or flex your hours
  • 20 weeks paid Parental Leave for primary carers and 4 weeks paid parental leave for secondary carers
  • 2 days Bonus Leave for eligible employees who take their full annual leave entitlement within a specified period
  • The opportunity to apply for career breaks to undertake full-time study, travel or achieve other personal goals
  • Mirvac's Hybrid Workplace Flexibility Principles where employees can work from the office and remotely

Health & Wellbeing

Mirvac has a range of health and wellbeing initiatives available. Ranging from free yoga/pilates classes in our Sydney Head Office, fresh fruit provided weekly and selected gym and private health provider discounts. Our annual “Step Challenge” is always successful and in 2019 resulted in 595 employees walking 600 million steps. Recognising that mental health plays a vital role, we have partnered with HeadSpace to offer our employees free access to this meditation app as well as our EAP provider.

Mirvac has brought inhouse initiatives into our office with such offerings as annual flu shots, skin checks, health checks and massages.

Innovation

Hatch is Mirvac’s award-winning innovation program. It has been at the heart of Mirvac’s customer-centric approach since 2014. Hatch provides a strategic approach to innovation at Mirvac and ensures it is supported by a robust innovation process, funding, resources, and innovation strategy. With these structures and support in place, Mirvac has created a strong innovation culture and capability. Because of our commitment to innovation, Mirvac has received global recognition for our achievement , ranked as the #7 Most Innovative Urban Development and Real Estate Company in the world.

Employee Discounts

Mirvac Employees can enjoy discounts on Technology, Travel, Home & Renovation, Motor Vehicle, Banking Discounts, Gym Memberships, Dining and Private Health Insurance.

Learning and Career Development

Mirvac recognises the value of mentorship in the development of the careers of its employees. We encourage both formal and informal mentoring and have facilitated formal partnerships in the ‘Mirvac Mentoring Program’.

Our Mirvac Discovery program allows employees to identify an area of the business where they would like to explore career options, and they spend time with an experienced employee for on the job training for 3 days over 3 months.

Internal mobility is a large focus and actively encouraged at Mirvac. We look to optimise opportunities through secondments, internal promotions and succession planning for targeted roles.

Volunteering and Giving

Each year Mirvac holds our National Community day where our entire workforce is mobilized to volunteer on the one day with over 800 employees participating annually. In addition to this we also offer unlimited volunteering leave for our employees. Mirvac will also match employee donations dollar-for-dollar up to a total of $100,000 each year.

Mirvac Stars

Mirvac Stars is our way of recognising and celebrating shining examples of our people living Mirvac values and making a positive impact on our Customers, our Colleagues and/or our Community. Mirvac Stars offers our employees the ability to acknowledge those who go above and beyond to demonstrate our values.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion diversity icon

Belonging @ Mirvac

At Mirvac, we are committed to providing an inclusive workplace that values diversity and ensures all employees feel safe, respected, and supported. 

Building on our previous strategy and existing initiatives, our Belonging Strategy has been developed with input from consultation with our employees including employee and customer survey feedback to ensure that our strategy is fit for purpose and represents the best approach to addressing the needs of our employees, customers, and communities. 
Core to our strategy is creating the outcome of belonging for our employees.

Our key focus areas include:

  • Gender
  • Women in Construction
  • Pride (LGBTQ+)
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Caring Responsibilities (for young families and all other caring responsibilities)
  • Non-Nuclear Families

Our strategy has supported our global recognition with awards and certifications. 

 

LGBTIQ+

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Mirvac Pride

Mirvac has been a member of Pride in Diversity who are a national not-for-profit employer support program for LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion specialising in Human Resources, organisational change, and workplace diversity since 2021.

Mirvac strives to create a positive and supportive culture where everyone can be their authentic self and belong. The introduction of the Mirvac Pride Committee is committed to making Mirvac a safe and enjoyable place for our LQBTQ+ community.

Mirvac has partnered with the Pinnacle Foundation to create a LGBTQ+ scholarship opportunity for students undertaking studies in Property, Construction, and associated fields. This collaboration aims to support and empower LGBTQ+ Australians between the age of 18 & 26 who have faced unique studies due to their identities.

Disability Support

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At Mirvac we understand that having diverse teams and an inclusive culture has a huge impact on employee engagement. Inclusion and accessibility is vital for businesses which is why creating diverse workplaces through innovative strategies, systems and practices that focus on the inclusion of people with disability is paramount.

Mirvac is a signatory of The Valuable 500 which is a global initiative that puts disability inclusion on our leadership agenda.

Gender Equality

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We are committed to continuing our initiatives to reduce bias and provide equal opportunity for females to participate and progress their careers at Mirvac, and we aim to drive participation in industry advocacy to improve gender representation across the broader property sector. 

Whist we recognise there is more to be done, we are proud to be ranked as the world’s most gender equitable company by Equileap for a second consecutive year. Equileap, leading provider of data and insights on gender equality researched 4,000 companies globally and ranked them based on 19 criteria, including gender balance across the workforce, gender pay gap, paid parental leave, non-discriminatory hiring and promotion, and supply chain safety.

Mirvac is also a signatory to the Hesta 40:40 vision which is an investor led initiative to achieve gender balance in executive leadership across all ASX300 companies by 2030. 

First Nations

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Reconciliation and engagement with Community

Mirvac’s purpose to Reimagine Urban Life guides us to consider our spheres of influence in the reimagining of reconciliation in Australia. As an asset creator and owner, we are intrinsically linked to Country, and we have a unique opportunity to respectfully incorporate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture into the way we work. We are now entering into our 3rd Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), our Innovate RAP but acknowledge we are early on in our learning journey.

Across the business, we are focused on building our cultural competence across the business and building a culturally safe environment for First Nations Peoples representatives within our organisation. Meaningful engagement with communities is important to us and we use five key principles as an action guide: Understanding, Economic partnership, Respectful development, Talent and Employment and Spaces forconnection.

FAQ’s

Am I eligible to apply?

To be eligible for our Intern Program, applicants should at the time of application be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand or hold permanent residency in Australia.

Is my degree eligible?

Please review the Available Opportunities that will advise the degree qualifications we will accept for each internship.

We are seeking Penultimate year students who are due to graduate in 2024.

Life & Culture

Perks & Benefits

Flexibility

Flexibility at Mirvac – It is there for all of us. 

At Mirvac, flexibility is about having a choice of where you work through a combination of work from home, remote and Mirvac site/office.

Flexibility is part of the way we operate, we empower our people leaders to work with individuals to think about what would work best for the customer, team, and the individual. 

Volunteering and Giving

Each year Mirvac holds our National Community Day where our entire workforce is mobilized to volunteer on the one day with over 800 employees participating annually. In addition to this we also offer unlimited volunteering leave for our employees. Mirvac will also match employee donations dollar-for-dollar up to a total of $100,000 each year.

Health & Wellbeing 

Mirvac has a range of health and wellbeing initiatives available. Ranging from fresh fruit provided weekly and selected gym and private health provider discounts. Recognising that mental health plays a vital role, we have 

Mirvac Stars

Mirvac Stars is our way of recognising and celebrating shining examples of our people living Mirvac values and making a positive impact on our Customers, our Colleagues and/or our community. Mirvac Stars offers our employees the ability to acknowledge those who go above and beyond to demonstrate our values.

Learning and Career Development 

Mirvac recognises the value of mentorship in the development of the careers of its employees. We encourage both formal and informal mentoring and have facilitated formal partnerships in the ‘Mirvac Mentoring Program’.

Our Mirvac Discovery program allows employees to identify an area of the business where they would like to explore career options, and they spend time with an experienced employee for on the job training for 3 days over 3 months.

Internal mobility is a large focus and actively encouraged at Mirvac. We look to optimise opportunities through secondments, internal promotions and succession planning for targeted roles.

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