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SA Power Networks

4.4
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

2020/2021 Engineering Vacation Program

Keswick and Marleston
We are offering up to 12 weeks summer vacation work, commencing November 2020

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Internship

Application dates

Applications Open
10 Aug 2020
Applications Close
23 Aug 2020

Minimum requirements

Minimum Prior Qualification
Bachelor
Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
E
Civil Engineering & Construction
Electrical & Electronic Engineering

SA Power Networks is South Australia's electricity distributor and a vital part of everyday life in SA. We are proud of our role in empowering South Australia and as a supporter of our community.

We are currently offering paid work experience to undergraduate engineering students. In particular, we are looking for students commencing their final year in 2021 in the following engineering disciplines:

  • Electrical (including mechatronic, electronic, sustainable, etc.)
  • Civil Structural

We are offering up to 12 weeks summer vacation work, commencing November 2020, with a break over the Christmas & New Year period. Most importantly, you will be given the opportunity to be exposed to, and gain experience in, performing 'real' engineering work for the duration of your contract.

You will be enthusiastic, have a strong academic record, communicate well and be committed to your professional development.

Enquiries can be made by contacting Janine Hurley, Learning & Graduate Development Consultant, via email janine.hurley@sapowernetworks.com.au

Applications open on Monday 10th August and close 23rd August 2020. All applications must be submitted online via our website.

SA Power Networks is an Equal Opportunity employer and a corporate leader in Indigenous employment.

Residency Requirements

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only (inc. New Zealand Citizens)

Application procedures

To apply, please visit our careers website, you will need to submit a Cover Letter, your CV and a copy of your interim Academic Transcript.

Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
At the end of the day, it’s knowing that you’ve helped keep people’s lights on but also put the community’s safety as the priority when helping operate the network.

Keilah Gerardine David

  • Graduate stories
At the end of the day, it’s knowing that you’ve helped keep people’s lights on but also put the community’s safety as the priority when helping operate the network.

Keilah Gerardine David

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

  • Graduate stories
At the end of the day, it’s knowing that you’ve helped keep people’s lights on but also put the community’s safety as the priority when helping operate the network.

Keilah Gerardine David

  • Graduate stories
At the end of the day, it’s knowing that you’ve helped keep people’s lights on but also put the community’s safety as the priority when helping operate the network.

Keilah Gerardine David

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh

  • Graduate stories
I went from school to University and studied science and engineering because I was so curious about the world.

Ali Walsh