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Graduate Explosive Ordnance Engineer

Date: 23-Jun-2022

Location: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, AU

Company: QinetiQ

QinetiQ employs more than 6000 people in 51 locations around the world, offering our customers premier expertise in advice, services and creative technology-based products.

 

QinetiQ Australia, part of the global QinetiQ group, provides technological and scientific expertise to help customers protect and advance their vital interests. As an innovative science and technology company, we help solve some of our customers' most challenging problems. Our determination to deliver and improve today and anticipate and shape tomorrow, makes QinetiQ a very exciting, rewarding and respected place to work and learn.
 

Our award-winning Graduate Development Program is one of the industry's most immersive graduate experiences. From day one, our graduates have access to some of the industry's foremost Subject Matter Experts, with the opportunity to contribute to some of Australia's most inspiring innovations.
 

Throughout the duration of the 18-month program, our graduates are exposed to the full depth and breadth of the industry, with the freedom to undertake three 6-month placements in areas of their choice. We encourage our graduates to be led by their curiosity and take advantage of QinetiQ's immense range of capabilities, tailoring their learning experience to match their evolving interests.


Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do, so as a graduate, you will be in great company, forming an integral part of our Early Careers community. Our industry-leading Graduate Development Program Framework facilitates the transformation from graduate to industry professional.

 

In 18 months, our graduates are upskilled technically and professionally, ready to advance the boundaries of technology and industry.  As a graduate with QinetiQ Australia based in Canberra, you will work alongside inspiring leaders who are established in their fields, whose professionalism stands out and whose customers trust them implicitly. All of our leaders are committed and want to invest in you, passing on their valuable skills, knowledge and niche expertise.


Our MSP Division, is part of a consortium of independent, technical partners, which include Nova Systems and PwC; supported by a range of specialist SMEs. We share and support Defence's commitment to growing and improving Australia's military capability. We do this by delivering large, long term, integrated work packages across the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG). In doing so we work closely with both uniformed and public service staff to help plan the acquisition and support of advanced military systems and equipment through the provision of rigorous analysis, advice and assurance; we relish solving the unique and challenging problems this work entails.


By joining us you could be working on any of the following work packages; Communication Systems Branch, Explosive Materiel Branch (EMB), Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare Branch (ISREW), Aerospace Surveillance and Response Branch (ASR), Air Training and Aviation Common System Program Office (ATACSPO), Land Services Division (LSD).


Joining our 18 month Graduate Development Program will provide you with:

  • A diverse range of projects; working to solve real world challenges
  • An 18 month structured learning and development plan
  • Opportunity to undertake placements in various areas of our business
  • Individual, dedicated support and coaching specific to your area
  • Opportunities to engage and network with peers, experts and leaders through communities of practice
  • Access to a suite of online professional development courses
  • Permanent ongoing employment

 

As a Graduate Explosive Ordnance Engineer, you will be involved in a variety of activities, including:

  • The CASG Engineering Process, supporting with planning and managing documents
  • Support with Introduction to Services of assets as required by clients
  • Comply with QinetiQ's Engineering Management System at all times
  • Assist with the certification of EO processes and artifacts
  • Test and Evaluation of EO products where appropriate
  • Provide support and input into briefs and presentations

 

To be eligible for our 2022 Graduate Development Program you must be due to complete your university degree qualification Chemical, Mechanical, Electronic, Electrical or Aerospace Engineering prior to October 2022, or have completed your degree within the past 12 months, with no more than 12 months' work experience. You also need to be eligible for an Australian Government Security Clearance, requiring you to be an Australian citizen.

 

Life at QinetiQ
Our people and our culture make QinetiQ a great place to work; we value integrity, collaboration and performance. We are committed to attracting and retaining the best talent in the market. We celebrate our differences and incorporate diversity and inclusion into everything we do.


QinetiQ is a Workplace Gender Equality Agency Employer of Choice, and past winner of the Defence Teaming Centre Employer of Choice Awards.
We look after our people and have an attractive compensation package, which supports all our employees through different stages of their careers, some of these include:

  • Flexible Working
  • Salary Continuance (Income Protection)
  • Leave Purchase
  • Up to 16 weeks Paid Parental Leave
  • Study Leave (Up to 5 days paid leave per year)
  • Performance based rewards
  • Salary Sacrifice and Novated Leasing
  • Referral bonuses
  • Dress for your day

 

A full list of our employee benefits and further information can be found here: https://www.qinetiq.com/au/Careers/Benefits *eligibility requirements apply.

 

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As the defence industry in Australia grows, it is an exciting time to join QinetiQ. What the company looks like today will be different to that of tomorrow as we navigate an ever changing world. To innovate for our customers advantage we value the need for diversity of thought in everything we do. We provide a flexible and inclusive environment where our people can bring their whole selves to work,  meaningfully contribute and have equal opportunity to succeed. We actively seek applications from people who come from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Aligned with our Gender Equality Strategy and Reconciliation Action Plan we also encourage applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.