Graduate career services

Insights and assistance for engineers at the start of their careers.

Career services for engineering graduates

As a recent graduate you no doubt have questions and concerns about career development. Engineers Australia offers a range of career services for members – from helping you find your first job, to keeping your skills up-to-date and changing or finishing your career.

Engineers Australia Career Development Centre

The Career Development Centre offers a range of online services to assist engineers, technologists, and associates at every stage of their career. You will find information and advice about:

  • preparing your cover letter
  • preparing your chronological resume
  • preparing your functional resume
  • getting ready for interviews
  • selecting referees
  • the engineering skills matrix
  • career planning
  • the Migrant Engineer Guide
  • work practice reports
  • the resume workbook
  • the careers expo workbook.

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Career webinars

A series of monthly online presentations designed to help you develop the personal and professional skills needed to get your engineering career off to a great start.

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With over 100,000 members, Engineers Australia is recognised world-wide and can help open doors through our networks and reputation. Graduates looking to further their engineering career through professional development, support and industry connections should become a part of Engineers Australia.

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