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Woodside led the development of the LNG industry in Australia and is applying this same pioneering spirit to solving future energy challenges.

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Past Woodside Graduate Hiring Statistics

If you’re interested in working at Woodside, 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 Woodside hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.


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Nov 20Dec 20Jan 21Feb 21Mar 21Apr 21May 21Jun 21Jul 21Aug 21Sep 21Oct 21024680 job0 job0 job0 job0 job0 job0 job0 job0 job5 jobs0 job0 job
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Job types

  • Internships (80%),

  • Graduate Jobs (20%),

Disciplines

  • Accounting (100%),

  • Administration (100%),

  • Agriculture (100%),

  • Actuary (40%),

  • Aviation (20%),

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Locations

  • Perth (100%),

Work rights

  • Australian Citizen (100%),

  • Australian Permanent Resident (80%),

  • New Zealand Citizen (80%),

  • Australian Skilled Migration Visa (485) (60%),

  • Australian Working Visa (60%),

  • Australian Student Visa (20%),

Past Woodside Graduate Programs & Internships

Check out some of Woodside'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.


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Woodside is committed to discovering curious, bright minds not just for now, but for our future. The world is changing. Change it with us. We led the development of the LNG industry in Australia and we’re using the same passion and pioneering spirit as part of Australia’s energy transformation.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Perth

POSITION START DATE

Nov 2021 (approx)

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Closed 2 months ago

Woodside graduates will have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of our business through rotations both within their function and other areas of the business. You will work on projects and attend training to build on your soft skills and business acumen.

JOB TYPE

Graduate Jobs

LOCATION

Perth

POSITION START DATE

Feb 2022 (approx)

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Closed 2 months ago

Our Summer Vacation Program allows students in their second to last year of university with a genuine interest in the oil and gas industry to gain an insight into working within a fast paced, multi-disciplined organisation.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Perth

POSITION START DATE

Nov 2021 (approx)

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Closed 2 months ago

A placement within our Professional Development Program will provide Timor - Leste and Myanmar nationals currently enrolled full-time at an Australian university (undergraduate or post-graduate degree) with valuable experience of working within a fast growing, multi-disciplined organisation.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Perth

POSITION START DATE

Nov 2021 (approx)

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Closed 2 months ago

Woodside aspires to be an industry leader in diversity: We are committed to further developing an inclusive workplace culture. As a diverse and expanding organisation we have many functions that support our business.

JOB TYPE

Internships

LOCATION

Perth

POSITION START DATE

Nov 2021 (approx)

About Us

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The Woodside Energy story

Woodside led the development of the LNG industry in Australia and is applying this same pioneering spirit to solving future energy challenges

They have a robust hydrocarbon business with a focus on LNG. As Australia’s leading LNG operator, they operate 6% of global LNG supply in 2020.

LNG is a lower-emissions, competitive fuel ideally suited to supporting decarbonisation and improving air quality. Woodside are working to improving energy efficiency, offset emissions, reduce emissions intensity and explore options for lower-carbon energy. Clear targets are set to reduce their net emissions in line with their aspiration to achieve net zero by 2050.

Technology and innovation are essential to Woodsides long-term sustainability. They are growing their carbon and new energy businesses using  technology to reduce emissions and the carbon footprint of their products. 

Additionally, Woodside is pioneering remote support and the application of artificial intelligence, embedding advanced analytics across all operations.

Woodsides success is driven by their people and aim to attract, develop and retain a diverse, high performing workforce. Woodside also recognise that enduring, meaningful relationships with communities are fundamental to maintaining our licence to operate. They are actively seeking to build relationships with stakeholders who are interested in and affected by their activities. We help create stronger communities through programs that improve knowledge, build resilience and create shared opportunities. 

Our proven track record and distinctive capabilities are underpinned by more than 65 years of experience, making us a partner of choice.

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Our Graduate Program

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The Graduate Program 2022

As a graduate at Woodside, you’ll enjoy a truly exciting range of career opportunities within a dynamic and challenging work environment. Woodside offers Graduates a three-year structured Development Program, where you will learn from some of the most reputable thinkers and leaders in the industry. The program is structured to provide all with carefully designed job rotations to set you up for success in the future.

Woodside graduates will have the opportunity to broaden their knowledge of our business through rotations both within their function and other areas of the business. You will work on projects and attend training to build on your soft skills and business acumen.

We know exposure to our operations is important to you so strive to get as many graduates as possible to site over the three-year program.

You will get support from Woodside coaches, mentors and leaders to assist in transiting from university to the workplace. In addition, we will provide you with a dedicated graduate buddy who will provide practical, day-to-day advice."

Why Join Us?

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The culture

Woodside pride themselves on their inclusive, high-performing culture. No matter your professional and personal background, they offer supportive pathways to leadership, growth and achievement at Woodside. With their clearly outlined learning programs, policies, leadership frameworks, technical competencies and development tools they encourage their people to build on their individual strengths and motives to create their future.

Woodside says that their success is driven by people, so they aim to attract, develop and retain a diverse, high-performing workforce.

The Woodside Compass defines the fundamental values that make people Woodsiders: Respect,Discipline, Working Sustainably, Working Together, Integrity and Excellence.

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The vibe of the place

Woodside has a strong health and safety culture. As well as demonstrating caution in potentially dangerous environments, staff are expected to behave with integrity, act respectfully towards other, take a long-term and socially responsible perspective, be good team players, play by the rules and achieve great results.

There are three inclusion and diversity community groups that you can join .Gender Equality Matters (GEM) and Spectrum (LGBTI+ and allies) promote a positive and inclusive workplace culture by raising awareness of, and addressing, gender- and sexuality-based discrimination and inequality.

At the Woodsides Headquarters in Perth all floors are connected by an open internal staircase, and each floor has a colour scheme based on one of the six Noongar seasons. Woodside has named its urban campus Mia Yellagonga, after the Whadjuk elder who lived nearby.

If you want to work for an industry-leading employer that will pay you well, provide plenty of professional development opportunities and allow you to have a healthy work-life balance Woodside is the right company for you.

Our Internship Program

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Summer vacation program 2021/2022

If you’re interested in working at Woodside and in the final two years of your degree, you can apply to do the company’s ‘Summer Vacation Program’, which runs from mid-November to mid-February.

This program provides you with the ability to see first-hand what it is like to work at Australia's leading natural gas producer prior to graduation.

Gain insight into working within an innovative and dynamic multi-disciplined organisation.

Our 12-week program provides you with:

  • The chance to be assessed for a position on our Graduate Development Program
  • Insight into our culture and exposure to our top professionals.
  • Valuable and extensive on the job work experience
  • Practical experience to build on your theoretical knowledge
  • The support of a graduate buddy and your supervisor

You might even see our operations first-hand through a placement in Karratha or a potential site visit to any of our operations.

Woodside also offers a Better Future Pathway program for students who are earlier in their degree.

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2021/2022 Indigenous Summer Vacation Program

Indigenous Summer Vacation Program is for students who identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

Program is a chance for us to get to know you, and for you to apply your growing knowledge to our business.

Our program runs full-time for 12 weeks and we offer:

  • Extensive on-the-job training, where we pay you for real, meaningful work. Consideration for additional government funding for those who are eligible, to assist with your course fees and textbooks.
  • Early consideration for our 2021 Graduate Development Program for those in their penultimate year of study, so you can line up a job before you complete your studies
  • Access to a vibrant community of students and recent graduates. You'll have a dedicated current graduate as a go-to support person while you're on the program
  • Active employee community groups for gender equality, reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, and LGBTI+ staff and allies.

Who we look for

We look for innovators and passionate problem solvers from wide range of degrees. Try our new tool to match your degree with our graduate disciplines, and find the best fit for you. Woodside is an increasingly inclusive and diverse company. No matter your field or background, you share the same values we do – and you can demonstrate it.

We encourage applications from students who identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander. You can be in any year of study in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree and, if you're enrolled full-time, you may eligible for additional funding.

Applications open in July 2021.

Bright minds challenge us to be better. Be part of the energy solution through our 6-12 weeks paid program.

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Our Graduates

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Meet our Graduates

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Lu 

Graduate Cloud Engineer

I learn new knowledge and experience from all the Cloud Engineers in my team and I can utilise them in my project. Doing a hands-on project is always the fastest way for learning and growing. And I love resolving challenges at my work.


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Anthony

Graduate Project Engineer

As a Project Engineer part of my roles is to be the Risk Focal Point for the projects I’m working on. The objective I drive in these sessions is to discuss the causes, preventative controls, impacts and mitigating controls for each risk to determine whether there’s any changes we need to update the bowtie to capture. It’s a great way for me to also develop my knowledge in each delivery team of my projects as well as get an appreciation for their challenges and plans moving forward.


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Chloe

Graduate Contracting & Procurement Adviser

As graduates, we are trusted by the company to work autonomously. However, we are always fully supported by our teammates, team leads and mentors. There is always someone that you can reach out to for support.

 


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Tayla

Graduate Environment Adviser

This year I have also been involved in Woodside’s GradComm as the Team Lead for the Inclusion and Diversity graduate committee. This role means I also spend time during the week engaging with respective parts of the business to organise I&D events like pulse sessions for the graduates and Mia Yellagonga Cultural Tours.

Social Responsibility

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Social Contribution 

Woodside has an active role to play in contributing to the wellbeing of our communities and creating a more sustainable future. They can achieve this by building and maintaining relationships that allow them to engage in real conversations with the local community, and work together to make a difference.

In 2020, Woodside contributed A$23.5 million to communities through strategic partnerships, the Woodside Development Fund, value of staff time spent volunteering and the COVID-19 Community Fund. Woodside partners with Indigenous communities to create positive outcomes that leave a lasting legacy.

Woodside has funded $40 million worth of research with Monash University into Australia’s transition to a lower-carbon economy. Woodside has begun an ambitious tree-planting program in Western Australia’s Great Southern region. As part of the company’s far-reaching strategy to counter climate change, this program comprises the planting of more than 3.6 million native trees and shrubs by July 2021.

Diversity

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Woodside is continuing to develop an inclusive workplace culture that promotes diversity, including diversity in age, nationality, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, intersex status, gender identity or expression, relationship status, physical ability, cultural background, thinking styles, experience, family background, including carer commitments and education, as key contributors to our success.

Equal Opportunities Programs

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Woodside is continuing to develop an inclusive workplace culture that promotes diversity, including diversity in age, nationality, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, intersex status, gender identity or expression, relationship status, physical ability, cultural background, thinking styles, experience, family background, including carer commitments and education, as key contributors to our success.

Cultural Diversity

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Woodside is continuing to develop an inclusive workplace culture that promotes diversity, including diversity in age, nationality, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, intersex status, gender identity or expression, relationship status, physical ability, cultural background, thinking styles, experience, family background, including carer commitments and education, as key contributors to our success.

LGBTI Inclusion

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Woodside recognises the value of diversity as a competitive advantage and strives to create a working environment where everyone feels free to bring their full selves to work every day.

In support of this objective, we established an employee network named Spectrum: a group for LGBTI+ colleagues and allies at Woodside. Spectrum's vision is to create a working environment in which people feel comfortable and supported in bringing their full selves to work every day without fear of discrimination or professional disadvantage, regardless of their sexuality, gender identity and gender expression. Formed in 2016, Spectrum has already made great strides toward building better awareness, creating peer support systems, and providing an LGBTI+ perspective to support key decisions at Woodside. Spectrum membership is open to all Woodside staff and the community enjoys full support from Woodside's senior management team.

Indigenous Programs

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Indigenous engagement and employment is an integral part of our approach to working sustainably and we have made significant commitments within our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)

Our journey includes business growth in a global market where diversity and cultural competence will be our business enabler.

This journey begins locally where we respect Indigenous Australia, devise strategies to support local content, and honour our existing commitments as part of our sustainable business practice. What we achieve locally is also how we are perceived globally.

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