If you’re looking to kick-start your career with a company that gives you options throughout your career, Beca could be it.
Beca is an innovative and diverse professional services consultancy, with inspiring high profile clients that value our ongoing pursuit of technical excellence. We’ve been in business for over 90 years, and now have over 2600 people based in 17 offices across Asia-Pacific. So we’re big enough to secure major projects allowing you access to leading edge skills and international opportunities, yet small enough for you to make a difference.
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—— Your options ——
Our team practises in a wide range of disciplines, so Beca can offer graduates opportunities to be involved in a huge variety of work, in diverse locations around the globe.
Most Beca graduates will start off working in a particular area, but as opportunities and new projects arise, many have the opportunity to move to other sites, offices, sections, and even countries! Either way, as a large multidisciplinary consultancy, we can offer you invaluable site experience and office-based design experience, not only within your area, but from a variety of different areas. Explore your options over the following pages…
“I chose a great vibe and hands-on experience.” Richard Parnell, Civil Engineer
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“ At Beca you get a really good culture and a great social life. Everyone is really helpful, and you get rewarded for working hard. With half my time spent on design work and the other half on sites, I get to see my projects develop. I’ve also had the opportunity to get stuck into projects I could take responsibility for early on – Beca gives you the chance to show what you can do.”
“I chose to be challenged and stimulated.” Malcolm Hicks, Geotechnical Engineer
“ Beca was the only company I applied to. It felt like there really was no other choice, as so many people across lots of disciplines said it’s a great place for grads. Beca has the resources to teach you properly – and at the same time you still get challenged to stretch yourself. With such a wide variety of projects to work on, no two days are alike.”
With a civil engineering or related degree, you can explore opportunities in our General Civil, Structural, Transportation, Geotechnical or Water and Wastes team. You can choose to specialise in one of these areas or if you are keen to gain a broad range of civil experience you may be able to move between them.
General Civil Design If you’re not too sure about what area of civil engineering you want to experience first, then joining one of Beca’s general civil teams in Auckland, Tauranga, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington or Christchurch will give you the opportunity to be involved in a broad range of civil design projects. These could include roads, ports and coastal projects, land developments and airports. There will be opportunities to start at the concept and preliminary design stage of a project, move onto the detailed design phase and finally, work closely with contractors on the construction of the project.
Structural Beca’s structural engineers work in three main sectors: commercial buildings, civil structures (structures supporting infrastructure, including bridges, marine structures and retaining walls) and structural design for large industrial plants. From the beginning you’ll be part of a project team typically made up of a design leader, other graduate engineers, CAD designers and drafters. You’ll work on structural design and calculations and will get the opportunity to spend time on site to supervise the construction of your design and ensure it meets the appropriate quality standard.
Traffic and Transportation If you join our Transportation team as a graduate engineer, you could find yourself involved in traffic engineering, road safety, congestion monitoring, planning new roads, motorways and signalised intersections, planning future public transport networks, addressing transport issues for new commercial developments, planning construction traffic management, and generating solutions to strategic transport problems.
Geotechnical Working for Beca’s Geotechnical team will see you involved in a combination of office and site work. Our geotechnical engineers, engineering geologists and hydrogeologists provide essential site investigation, design and construction monitoring services for many different kinds of projects from commercial buildings, industrial plants and mines to infrastructure developments such as roads, airports, bridges and ports.
Water and Wastes Our Water and Wastes group provides a wide range of services in the wastewater, water, water resources, stormwater and network systems sectors. Beca is privileged to be trusted by our clients with many of the larger water and wastewater projects in New Zealand, and this will provide an excellent foundation for your career.
—— Electrical ——
If you’re graduating with a degree in electrical engineering, Beca has opportunities in our Building Services, Power Systems, Industrial or Industrial Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems teams. Building Services Working in Building Services at Beca will expose you to a broad range of projects such as hospitals, sports stadiums, hotels, apartment and condominiums, correctional facilities, airports, office blocks, shopping malls, and specialised structures. If you are interested in having opportunities to travel then a career in Building Services is arguably the most transportable of engineering disciplines, with most Beca offices represented by the Building Services discipline. As an electrical engineer, your range of work could include electrical distribution, lighting, standby power generation, security systems, renewable energy sources, voice and data networks and Audio Visual systems.
Power Systems The Beca Power team operates at the forefront of Generation and Transmission within Australasia, providing consultancy services throughout the industry and on many of today’s high profile projects. As a Beca engineer you may find yourself providing upfront concept engineering, detailed design, or commissioning support on-site. We pride ourselves on providing a total solution package, and work alongside our clients from the initial concept stages through to final testing on-site.
Industrial Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Beca’s Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems (E, I & C) team is responsible for providing electrical, instrumentation, and control systems engineering for industrial clients. As a graduate, you will have the opportunity to experience all three discipline areas, and if you develop a particular interest in any of them, we’ll help you to pursue that. Guided by senior engineers, graduates typically work on a range of industrial projects, from project conception through to commissioning.
“I chose people I can look up to.” Alan Wightman, Power Systems Engineer
“ Since my days as a summer student at Beca I knew this was where I wanted to be. There is such incredible expertise and knowledge here, and I have all the support I need. Being part of an experienced Power team provides many opportunities to learn new technical skills. At the same time, they don’t hold your hand – you’re trusted to work to your capability.”
If you join one of Beca’s industrial teams, you could be working for the iron and steel works, oil & gas, chemicals, general manufacturing, food & beverage, mining & metals processing or pulp & paper industries around New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the Pacific. No matter which area you specialise in, you’ll generally work as part of a project team on a large job, building experience in systems and procedures before being given smaller projects to manage.
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If you’re graduating with a mechanical engineering, mechatronics or related degree, Beca can offer you opportunities in our Building Services, Fire, Industrial, Project Management and Water and Wastes teams. Building Services
Working in Building Services at Beca will expose you to a broad range of projects from hospitals, sports stadiums, hotels, apartments and condominiums, to correctional facilities, airports, office blocks, shopping malls, and specialised extreme height structures such as the 328m Sky Tower in Auckland, and the 338m tower in Macau, China. You would typically have the opportunity to work on projects that range in size from small commercial fitouts of around 1,000m², to international complexes that combine offices, hotels, retail and condominium facilities.
With a bit of experience under your belt, you may develop an interest in the role project managers play in the success of a project. Beca project managers oversee the entire lifecycle of a project from the design phase to the construction phase providing contract methodology advice, feasibility studies, design management and construction management and leveraging off the vast technical experience available within Beca’s multidisciplinary consultancy structure.
Fire Boredom won’t be a factor in Beca Fire, where our range of fire safety and fire protection engineering skills extend from the use of sophisticated computer modelling software to evaluate fire growth and smoke movement, to the design of complex special hazard systems for high risk applications.
Industrial If you join one of Beca’s industrial teams, you could be working for the iron and steel works, oil & gas, chemicals, general manufacturing, food & beverage, mining & metals processing or pulp & paper industries around New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Our wide range of clients means you may find yourself working on heavy industry projects, chemical or mechanical process work, or even in project management. Alan MacDiarmid Building, Victoria University of Wellington.
Water and Wastes If you want to see projects through from start to finish becoming a graduate mechanical engineer in our Water and Wastes team could get you off to a great start. Typically, graduates in this team not only assist in the design of water and wastewater treatment plants and pump stations, but also get involved in the preparation of tenders, project commissioning and project management.
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If you’re graduating with a chemical process engineering or related degree, Beca can offer you opportunities in our Industrial, Water and Wastes, Environmental Management and Industrial Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems sectors. Industrial If you join one of Beca’s industrial teams, you could be working for the iron and steel works, oil & gas, chemicals, general manufacturing, food & beverage, mining & metals processing or pulp & paper industries around New Zealand, Australia, Asia and the Pacific. Our wide range of clients means you may find yourself working on heavy industry projects, chemical or mechanical process work, or even in project management.
Water and Wastes If you want to see projects through from start to finish, becoming a graduate process engineer in our Water and Wastes team could get you off to a great start. Typically, graduates in this team not only assist in the process design of water and wastewater treatment plants, but also get involved in the preparation of tenders, project commissioning and project management.
Environmental Management Beca’s Environmental team has key skills in sustainable environmental management, air quality and odour management, climate change and carbon management, water resource management, stormwater discharges, carbon emissions and soil contamination risk management.
Industrial Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems As a graduate, you’ll have the opportunity to experience all three discipline areas, and if you develop a particular interest in any of them, we’ll help you to pursue that. Guided by senior engineers, graduates typically work on a range of industrial projects, from project conception through to commissioning.
Albany Lakes Stormwater Works, Auckland.
—— Environmental ——
If you’re graduating with an environmental or natural resources engineering/ science degree, Beca can offer you opportunities in our Environmental Management and Water Resources sectors. Environmental Management Beca’s Environmental team has people located in Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. We have key skills in sustainable environmental management, climate change and carbon management, air quality and odour management, water resources management, stormwater quality and soil contamination. As a graduate, you will gain exposure to a diverse range of environmental commissions and are likely to work on a range of projects of varying sizes, from big infrastructure works, such as motorway upgrades, to land development and industrial manufacturing plants. Initially you will be supporting assessments undertaken by our senior scientists and engineers, assisting with field work, writing reports and liaising with stakeholders and statutory agencies. As your technical knowledge increases you will progress to handling project management and client management tasks.
Water and Wastes In joining our Water and Wastes team as a graduate environmental engineer, you will not only be assisting in the process design of water and wastewater treatment plants, but you’ll also get involved in the preparation of tenders, project commissioning and project management.
Our team has designed many of the landmark water/wastewater facilities for the major centres including New Zealand’s most advanced water treatment plant delivering potable water from the Waikato River ($100M) and New Zealand’s largest ever wastewater treatment plant, the upgrade of the Mangere Wastewater Plant and foreshore restoration project (over $450M).
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“I chose great mentors and a clear career path.” Jas Singh, Transportation Engineer
“ Beca has really good support in place for grads, helping me to decide on my technical speciality early on. As well as experienced engineers, the Transportation team has several intermediate grads who helped me to settle in. I’ve had the opportunity to learn new skills really quickly working on loads of different projects and activities.”
If you’re graduating with an engineering science degree, Beca has opportunities in Transportation, Applied Technologies or Instrumentation and Control Systems. Traffic and Transportation When you join our Transportation team as a graduate engineer you’ll find yourself doing all sorts of things, from building and running computer models that forecast the transportation needs of major cities and emerging urban centres through to micro-simulating the behaviour of spectators at major international sporting events. There’s also work to be done in analysing current congestion information and modelled projections to assist in solving problems dear to the hearts of many commuters and commercial businesses. To be a successful transportation modeller you’ll need an advanced understanding of mathematical modelling and an interest in solving real-life infrastructure problems combined with a genuine interest in transportation. Beca is a leader in transportation modelling in New Zealand, so you’ll get good exposure and learn from one of the best in the business.
Applied Technologies Beca’s Applied Technologies team applies innovative technologies and approaches to provide problem-solving services based on its multi-discipline analytical skills. The team employs people with a wide range of backgrounds and is involved in a diverse range of business sectors including airports, food and beverage, defence, roading and local and central government. You could be involved in developing, specifying, testing and implementing software solutions for corporate and commercial use; using in-house simulation tools to advise on complex problems or optimisations for some of the world’s leading breweries, port companies and sporting arenas; problem definition; data gathering; and identification of real world solutions and presentation of findings to clients.
Industrial Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems Beca’s Electrical, Instrumentation and Control Systems (E, I & C) team is responsible for providing electrical, instrumentation, and control systems engineering for industrial clients. As a graduate, you will have the opportunity to experience all three discipline areas, and if you develop a particular interest in any of them, we’ll help you to pursue that. Guided by senior engineers, graduates in the E, I & C team typically work on a range of industrial projects, from project conception through to commissioning.
“I chose flexibility and support.” Jessica Brown, Planner
—— Planning ——
“ I joined Beca from a legal background, and straight away I felt my different perspective was valued by the Planning team. Not only have I had the opportunity to work on some of the most exciting infrastructure projects in New Zealand, Beca was also incredibly supportive when I took a sabbatical for six months to finish studying in Sweden. I feel really lucky to be here.”
Beca Planning is looking for people from a diverse range of educational backgrounds (a planning degree is not compulsory!) We manage our workload across the globe, so there are often opportunities to work in various locations. As a graduate planner you will get involved in a wide range of work, so superior communication skills, analytical thinking and the ability to ‘think outside the box’ are absolute musts.
Development and Statutory Planning As a graduate planner you’ll work with both public and private sector clients across a range of projects and markets. Your dayto-day work will be guided by experienced professionals and may include: Preparing plan changes to facilitate major development proposals Preparing assessments of effects on the environment and resource consent applications for developments Consulting broadly, including local communities, stakeholders or interested groups Preparing draft resource consent strategies.
Strategic and Policy Planning Strategic Planning is about helping clients set goals for the future and develop plans for achieving these through practical action. Beca Planning has extensive experience in preparing high level
plans and strategies for local and central government agencies through to detailed Structure Plans. As a graduate planner you could be assisting on strategic studies for central, regional and local government both in New Zealand and offshore, policy development for RMA documents and master planning, structure planning and coastal management planning both in New Zealand and overseas.
Consultation Well-managed consultation forms an essential part of options evaluation processes for development and strategic planning projects. As a graduate planner at Beca you will be involved in the design of consultation and communication strategies and then play a hands-on role in the consultation process, utilising community newsletters, public open days, focus groups and individual meetings to inform and influence professional advice and development of project deliverables and outcomes.
Environmental Planning As a graduate planner, you are likely to be involved in assessing the significance of environmental effects arising from developments - a key aspect of our planning services. You might help senior planners to prepare Assessments of Environmental Effects (AEE) for infrastructure, land development and industrial projects, or for projects located overseas you might work on Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for mining, ports or energy projects.
“I chose to live my dream.” Jeremy Tweedie, Software Engineer
“ I’ve always been fascinated by how things move and work and by the military and aircraft in particular. At Beca I’m part of a highly skilled software engineering team providing niche services to the military, including creating simulation software for the aviation industry. Every day I get to be creative, analyse problems and come up with good solutions. I’m living the dream!
—— If you’re graduating with a computer science or related degree, Beca has a variety of opportunities within our Applied Technologies and Business Technology teams based in Auckland. Applied Technologies Beca’s Applied Technologies team applies innovative technologies and approaches to provide problem-solving services based on its multi-discipline analytical skills. The team employs people with a wide range of backgrounds and is involved in a diverse range of business sectors including airports, food and beverage, defence, roading and local and central government. You could be involved in developing, specifying, testing and implementing software solutions for corporate and commercial use; using in-house simulation tools to advise on complex problems or optimisations for some of the world’s leading breweries, port companies and sporting arenas; problem definition; data gathering; and identification of real world solutions and presentation of findings to clients.
Business Technology Our Business Technology team provides information technology and information services to Beca Group offices throughout New Zealand, Australia and Asia. The team’s services fall into six areas support, operations, CAD operations, information services, project management and management.
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If you’re graduating with a survey degree, a graduate position with Beca will allow you to gain experience in all aspects of surveying. A graduate position with Beca will allow you to gain experience in all aspects of surveying, including cadastral surveys, geodetic and GPS specialist surveys, infrastructure and engineering surveys and land development surveys. Our surveyors are based in Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch, and work alongside other survey professionals as well as with planning, GIS, digital mapping and engineering professionals. To support overseas engineering design projects, our survey teams are often also required to travel overseas. You’ll be involved in fieldwork, data collection, data processing and design, organising survey projects, collecting and processing field data, producing reports and assisting with job management. You’ll be expected to lead a survey project and a survey party. As well as using conventional survey techniques, you will be trained in using a variety of advanced GPS and conventional survey technologies.
Whether your degree is in geography, geology, science or computer science, as part of Beca’s GIS team, you could be making a valuable contribution to the development of the world around you. As a graduate in the GIS team, you’ll immediately start to apply your theoretical knowledge to real-life situations. Starting with the collection and collation of data, you’ll be using software such as Esri ArcGIS to create maps and other outputs, analyse data and model scenarios. As you gain experience, you’ll start applying more advanced techniques to your modelling and analysis, and will begin to run your own work packages, supported by more experienced colleagues, who are always happy to answer questions and offer advice. Our clients include national and local government, utility providers and major asset owners, which means you could be involved in any of a wide range of infrastructure, environmental or asset management projects. And whether you’re based in Christchurch, Wellington or Auckland, you could have opportunities to travel – we work all over New Zealand, including supporting the Christchurch rebuild, and on projects in Australia, the Pacific Islands and Indonesia.
The Rock, Wellington International Airport.
—— Project Management ——
Beca’s project management teams provide professional project management services to a wide variety of commercial, industrial and infrastructure clients. We have over 120 project managers located in our Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington and Christchurch offices, which complement our international project management teams located in Australia, Singapore and China. We provide specialist project management, development management, programme management and client representative services to projects including airport upgrades, ports, roading projects, the building of new schools and universities, apartment buildings, commercial offices and police stations, food and beverage processing plants, dairy processing and distribution installations, ore processing plants, and infrastructure projects such as water treatment plants. Our project managers oversee the entire lifecycle of a project from the concept design phase to the construction phase providing contract methodology advice, feasibility studies, design management and construction management and leveraging off the vast technical experience available within Beca’s multidisciplinary consultancy structure. As a graduate in our project management section you will typically start by supporting an experienced project manager with the administration of a project and the monitoring of smaller packages of work. You might work on-site supervising the construction phase of a project and assist on contract administration on major projects. If you are keen to work towards chartered engineer status and/or PMI membership we can support you in getting some design experience by taking advantage of Beca’s multidisciplinary structure. This experience will also help you become a better project manager and is a key differentiator of our project management service to clients.
—— Quantity Surveying and Cost Management ——
If you’re graduating with a quantity surveying, or related diploma or degree, a graduate position with Beca will give you experience in all aspects of quantity surveying, estimating, scheduling cost management, risk analysis, contract administration and procurement. One of the great things about working as a quantity surveyor at Beca is the diverse range of projects you’ll have the opportunity to work on. These can range from airports, roads and water treatment facilities, to schools, sports facilities, police stations, food and beverage plants and large rebuild projects. You’ll be working alongside experienced people who will provide day-to-day guidance while at the same time being given the scope to take on additional responsibility and develop your own areas of interest.
Structural Engineer Blair Lindsay presenting at a graduate conference.
—— Your development ——
Graduate development During your first few years at Beca, you’ll have access to a number of formal and informal initiatives designed to assist with your development as a professional within the consulting environment. The aim of these initiatives is to support you in developing the broad range of skills and experience necessary to become a successful consultant in your technical field – skills that you’ll be able to apply throughout your career. Beca’s career development philosophy is built on one simple principle – at Beca YOU own your career. We have everything set up so that you can drive your own success within a positive and supportive environment. You’ll have the opportunity to experience a wide range of project work, and if you are keen, you could work in other Beca offices either throughout New Zealand or overseas. Graduate development at Beca includes: Performance development discussions On-the-job learning Graduate conferences General development and training Mentoring Site visits Monthly sessions with guest speakers in some locations.
Overseas experience A Beca career offers a number of different opportunities to work overseas – both as a graduate and beyond.
—— Your development ——
Beca has 17 offices across hubs in New Zealand, Australia and Asia. We also have strong professional associations with a number of leading consultancies around the Pacific Rim, the US, UK, and Middle East. And we have worked on projects in over 70 countries! With a career at Beca, you can even go on your OE and build on your career at the same time. We believe that overseas work experience can greatly enhance your personal and professional development, and your future career prospects, so we are happy to help you identify possible opportunities in an overseas office or joint venture organisation, or provide introductions through our relationships and contacts. Over the years Beca’s NZ graduates have worked in Melbourne, China, Singapore, UK, Dubai, Indonesia and New Caledonia, to name just a few.
Working with gurus As a graduate at Beca you will have the opportunity to work with industry gurus on landmark projects. Beca graduates are actively guided, mentored and exposed to interesting and challenging projects from the start to help you develop your skills and assist you in becoming a capable and respected member of the business very quickly. Beca recognises the value and potential that graduates like you bring to the business, and you’ll find that senior colleagues make an active effort to be available to you as you learn and grow into your role. You will be surrounded by, and working with, award-winning professionals who can provide you with ongoing technical support, and you will have access to in-house, nationally and internationally recognised leaders in a variety of fields across the business. We believe the best place to learn is on the job, so Beca graduates are involved in real work from the beginning. You won’t be by yourself, nor will you be making the tea. You will work alongside senior project engineers and managers, and given responsibility for specific project deliverables. You will be guided and supported through the process of bringing your contribution to fruition, and recognised for it. At Beca you will have access to, and the support of, a professional mentor – someone with whom you can discuss your aspirations, expectations and role in New Zealand’s largest professional services consultancy. Couple this support with a company-wide willingness to support those who take the initiative and you will find no better place to prove yourself as a professional.
Graduate conference materials.
—— Reward and Benefits ——
Beca people are rewarded with a competitive, market-driven, performance-based salary. In addition, you may be eligible for any of a range of benefits, according to your level of seniority or contribution.
—— Social Scene ——
Beca has an active and varied social scene, and most offices have a social club that organises a range of activities. Not only do these events make a change from work – they are a great way to get to know your colleagues better and meet people in other parts of the business.
Ongoing reward and recognition programme
Be as active and involved as you want to be with plenty of social and sporting events to choose from. In New Zealand, annual events include:
A contribution towards health insurance
Taupo round the lake relay
Employer contributions to the KiwiSaver retirement scheme if you choose to join it
For all employees:
Flu vaccinations Recruitment Referral scheme EAP (Employee Assistance Programme) Counselling and Advisory service All Beca employees also have a formal annual performance review which is designed to identify goals, set targets and measure performance.
For some senior professional levels: Performance-related bonus Car/car parking or allowances Contribution towards professional memberships Invitation to join the Beca Super Scheme In addition, under our employee-ownership model, you could be invited to become a shareholder in our business.
Indoor cricket Beer festival Summer outdoor touch rugby Wine tasting Golf day Dragon boating Various inter- and intra-company sports
So what are you waiting for? To apply for a graduate position at Beca, you will need to apply online via www.becagraduates.com – applications received in other ways will unfortunately not be considered.
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What makes a good Beca Graduate? When you start your graduate career at Beca, you may not have a firm idea of where the future could take you. But if you are motivated, well rounded and a team player, Beca could be the place for you!
You will need to complete the electronic application form and submit your CV, academic transcript and covering letter; don’t forget to let us know what your career ambitions are and why you would like to work for Beca!
Delivering solutions and technical excellence to our clients is one of the things that has ensured Beca’s success so far. But our core values – partnership, tenacity, enjoyment and care – also reflect what is important to Beca people and the way that we work.
When the application period closes, a selection panel will undertake an initial shortlisting exercise. We will then notify you of the outcome of your application. Completing the application form fully is important – the selection panel does consider your answers when assessing who is invited for an interview. We suggest you set aside about 20 minutes to submit your application.
So initiative, a willingness to learn and a ‘can do’ attitude are some of the qualities that will help ensure your success at Beca. You’ll have an innovative mind and take pride in your work, as well as being willing to take direction and be guided by your senior colleagues.
Children’s Christmas party First interviews will then be held and some offers may be extended after the first interview stage. There may also be instances where you are invited to attend a second interview or to visit the office and meet your potential manager and team. As we receive a high number of quality applications each year, we have to conduct the first interviews over a two to three week period. Please be assured that we will be in contact with you as soon as possible following your first interview.
And you’ll be proactive – our career development philosophy is built on one simple principle: at Beca YOU own your career. We have everything set up for you to drive your own success within a positive and supportive environment.
—— Key dates ——
You can meet us at a number of university campuses from March to May where we’ll be promoting and interviewing for our graduate vacancies throughout New Zealand. Applications open // Monday 18 March 2013 —— University of Waikato – General Careers Fair // Wednesday 20 March 2013, 10.00am-2.00pm —— University of Auckland – Engineering Careers Fair, Engineering Faculty atrium // Tuesday 30 April 2013, 10.00am-3.00pm —— University of Canterbury – Information Presentation, NZi3 Building, 69 Creyke Rd // Monday 6 May 2013, 5.15pm-7.00pm —— University of Otago – General Careers Fair // Tuesday 7 May 2013, 11.00am-3.00pm —— University of Otago – Information Presentation, Marine Science Seminar Room, Survey School // Tuesday 7 May 2013, 12.00pm-1.00pm —— University of Canterbury – Engineering Careers Fair, NZi3 Building, 69 Creyke Rd // Thursday 9 May 2013, 3.00pm-7.00pm —— University of Auckland – Information Presentation, Room 401.439, Engineering School // Thursday 9 May 2013, 6.00pm-8.00pm —— Applications close // Friday 17 May 2013 —— Interview process // May – June 2013