Our Undergraduate Work Experience Program in electrical engineering offers students a wide choice of positions providing a broad exposure to the many different areas available in electrical engineering at Ausgrid.
Armed with this knowledge and experience you will be better able to determine a career path best suited to you.
Typical work areas available on the Program include:
- asset management
- contract management
- construction (substations, overhead and underground mains)
- design (e.g. transmission line design)
- high voltage testing
- maintenance (substations, overhead and underground mains)
- metering development (two way communications)
- network pricing
- network planning
- project management
- risk management
- sustainable energy (solar, wind, hydro and bio mass)
- technical services
You should be undertaking a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical), preferably with ‘Power engineering’ electives and you’ll need to have completed the third year of a standard four year course by December 2010 to apply.
You’ll be asked to demonstrate your capabilities in the areas of leadership and being a team player, communication, creativity, innovation, self-motivation, delivering commercial results and being customer focused. You’ll also need a current driver's licence.
With enthusiasm, drive and initiative you can maximise great career opportunities within Ausgrid.
How to Apply
Applications for the 2011 Undergraduate Work Experience Program have now closed.