We are a major provider of electricity to Queensland, the National Electricity Market and large energy users, our customers, throughout Australia. As a company that operates coal-fired power stations, it is Stanwell’s job right now to keep providing reliable electricity at prices that are affordable as the industry transitions to a lower carbon future.
While providing reliable and affordable energy for today, we are also exploring new generation and storage technologies that will help reduce emissions for tomorrow.
We recognise that a diverse, inclusive and safe business is essential to our culture and how we operate. We employ close to 700 employees and aim to create a workplace where everyone is included, treated fairly, respected, and given the opportunity to be the best that they can be.
Our values – We care, We adapt and We deliver – are integral to Stanwell’s culture. They drive the expected behaviours of our people and influence how we engage with our customers, suppliers, partners, and the local communities in which we operate.
About the position
Some of the highlights of this program include:
- Helping to keep the lights on for Queensland for today, while exploring future energy solutions for tomorrow. This is an opportunity to be part of Queensland’s energy transition.
- Being based in Brisbane, but also having the opportunity to regularly travel to our sites (Stanwell Power Station, Tarong Power Station and Meandu Mine). This travel will assist you to learn the ins and outs of our critical infrastructure and engage with our diverse team.
- Participating in structured learning opportunities that support your progression towards professional registration.
- Working alongside our Principal Civil Engineer to review and implement asset remedial works and strategies.
- Liaising with various internal and external stakeholders on a diverse range of projects.
- Developing an understanding of Stanwell’s civil and structural engineering processes.
- Being actively involved in the strategic planning of our assets and helping to balance improvement and maintenance costs with operational requirements.
- Participating in all stages of the project life cycle, including obtaining project briefs, developing work scopes, preparing cost assessments, analysing data, preparing civil and structural designs and proposing recommendations.
- Hands on experience in the development of new energy projects.
Is this position for you?
To make a meaningful contribution to our team, you will need:
- To be flexible to travel to our operational sites for short term periods throughout the program (Rockhampton and Kingaroy).
- Civil Engineering qualifications acceptable for Graduate Membership of the Institute of Engineers Australia.
- Willing to work towards your RPEQ throughout the program.
- A personable attitude with a desire to build relationships across our diverse workforce.
- Well developed analytical, research and problem solving skills.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- A passion for ongoing learning and development.
- A curious nature and a drive to understand why some things work and others don’t.
- Solid digital literacy skills, including the ability to adapt to new systems.
What is in it for you?
- Be rewarded with above Award salary rates, supplemented by a generous incentive scheme.
- Have access to professional memberships as well as an online learning management system to continually support your development.
- Take advantage of our discounted gym memberships and health insurance, voluntary health check reimbursements, confidential EAP service access and various other exciting health and wellbeing initiatives.
- Be supported throughout your program by our mentors, subject matter experts and graduate program coordinator.
- Job type:Graduate Jobs
Engineering, Engineering Civil Structural, Utilities
- Work rights:
Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand...
Competitive salary + incentives
- Position Start Date
January 31, 2022
- Program Duration
- Closing Date:8th Aug 2021, 1:55 pm