On joining Wood you will be enrolled in our two-year Graduate Development program and learn:

  • How to apply your tertiary learning into practical and deliverable knowledge
  • What is expected of you technically and professionally, and how to be successful in your role
  • How Wood works safely and with integrity to deliver projects for clients in line with industry standards
  • The technical elements of your role and how to use key systems
  • Awareness of the wider Wood portfolio and how our company fits together
  • How to navigate your career and the potential career paths and time it will take to get there
  • Provide engineering expertise to support ongoing and new client focused work
  • Assist in the development of integrity management documents and workshops
  • Undertake risk assessment and apply risk prioritisation into strategies for managing equipment maintenance
  • Work with your Australian and global peer group on advanced data manipulation projects, applying coding techniques for increased efficiency and data visualisation
  • How to apply advanced analysis techniques, inputting into fitness for service assessments
  • Assistance with fitness for service assessment
  • Setup and configuration of Integrity Management Database Systems
  • Work with world-class industry experts
  • Fundamentals of health and safety principles
  • At Wood it takes a diverse range of people to achieve the level of impact we are having on the global energy sector.

Skills / Qualifications

What we look for as a member of Wood’s Graduate Program:

  • Degree in Mechanical / Materials / Process / Chemical / Subsea or Structural Engineering - Masters graduates are encouraged to apply
  • Flexible, adaptable, open minded and technically curious
  • Proactive self-starter that is driven to succeed with a positive attitude
  • Problem solver with the capacity to grow and develop
  • Empathetic toward the needs of others
  • Values team environment interaction and participates with enthusiasm and respect
  • Demonstrates integrity, honesty and humility
  • Confidence to ask questions, seek help, make decisions and challenge the norm

What you can do well:

  • Ability to communicate well at all levels, with junior and senior staff
  • Reasonable level of confidence when speaking in an open forum
  • Strong IT skills and ideally have a keen interest in programming
  • Pride in work quality and the discipline to self-check
  • Capacity to learn and pro-actively seek and provide feedback
  • Good understanding of the benefits of respecting and appreciating what makes people different