Trainee Electrical and Instrumentation Designer
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We are now accepting applications for our 2024 Trainee Designer intake.
What does a Designer do?
Working in a team to design a wide range of facilities for projects in the energy and resources industry.
A designer takes the idea or concept developed by engineers and convert them into drawings that can be used by construction team to build the facilities. This includes field data capture, 3D modelling, code/standards compliance and design review workshops.
This opportunity is based out of our Gladstone office.
What does the trainee design program look like?
- 2-year program, based on site (refinery, oil terminal, mineral processing plant as example) and regional office for practical experience.
- Working under supervision of a lead designer and supported by a mentor.
- Using the latest digital technology.
- Training on design tools, automation techniques and digital hardware.
- Included in Graduate Program.