As the contractor of choice for some of the world’s largest mining companies, Macmahon’s Graduate Program provides hands-on experience, structured learning and a supportive team with access to major mining projects across Australia and in South East Asia.
Macmahon recognises that the success of our company is based on the strength of our people and as such we are looking for individuals with high standards and a strong work ethic to develop their careers with us.
Now that you’ve done the hard work and completed your degree, it’s time to embark on a challenging and rewarding future in mining with Macmahon.
As a Macmahon Graduate, you can look forward to great rewards and benefits. Your commitment and ‘can-do’ attitude will be recognised with:
- A structured development program
- The opportunity to learn on the job
- Exposure to a variety of mine sites and commodities
- Rotations across sites and functions
- A senior mentor providing career development and guidance
- Access to the latest technology
- A great team and supportive environment
- Competitive salary and benefits package
The program commences in February 2019 and is available to Australian citizens and permanent residents who have completed a degree in mining engineering, mechanical engineering or civil engineering in 2017 or are due to complete your degree in 2018.
Applications close 1 June 2018. Apply now
Learn what it’s like to be a Macmahon Graduate from students who attended vacation work in 2017 and are being placed in full-time roles as a result.
Graduate Engineering Program
Macmahon launched its graduate engineering program for 2017/2018 with three vacation mining engineers and a surveyor undertaking work experience at our Tropicana and Telfer mine sites in Western Australia.
Three of the graduates were invited to share their experience to help others that are contemplating an engineering career with Macmahon.
All three engineers have had similar positive on site experiences being welcomed upon arrival and introduced to their respective teams, spending time in different operational areas. From inclusion in the pre-start meetings, to exposure to the production planning and reporting with class-room style exploration and geology to driving down into the pit to learn more about the practices of drilling and blasting.