Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the purpose of rotations is to assist graduates in building their core capabilities and technical skills throughout the program. We expect that all those who graduate from the program will have well rounded skills and experience as we know this is key to success. Throughout the various rotations, you will be exposed to various subject matter experts across all disciplines to enhance your learning and development across the business.
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1 Online Application
The first stage is an online application, which consists of you uploading your cover letter, CV, academic transcript and completing our online questionnaire. Be sure to submit your application by the stated closing date to ensure you can be considered in time for the next stage. Take time to complete your application form and avoid basic errors such as spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes.
Your application is the first opportunity you have to tell us more about you and why you are interested in working with us.
2 Video Interview
Candidates who are successful during our screening process will be invited to attend a video interview via our online recruitment system. We will send you an email detailing instructions on how to complete the interview.
Unfortunately, if you are unsuccessful after this step we cannot provide individual feedback on your application.
3 Assessment Day
If you’re successful with the previous stage(s), you will be invited to our assessment centre day. A group of our trained business leaders will assess you through multiple activities.
You will also have the opportunity to speak with some of our current Graduate and Cadets to ask any questions about what it is like to work for Multiplex.
Whatever the result, you will have the opportunity to receive feedback on your performance.
Candidates who demonstrate the key competencies at the assessment centre will be contacted to supply us with the final bits of information we require in order to make an employment offer.
Once that is completed, you will receive verbal and written confirmation that we’d like to bring you on board. We will ensure you have all the necessary information to make an informed decision about your future with our business.
In the senior year of the program, you may have the opportunity to complete an assignment in another region of Australia or in one of our international locations, depending on our business requirements and your development needs.
- Program rotations
- Mentoring / Coaching
- Corporate & Site Induction
- On the job training, including technical training
- Leadership development workshops
- Systems training
- International / Interstate rotations
- Graduate of the Year Award – an annual award offered within each state to invest in further education, learning and development.
- NextGen Fellowship – the winner participates in a world-leading leadership program and spends a period of time overseas to undertake practical investigation into a relevant business issue.
- Community Projects – utilises skills, further develops collaboration and leadership capability and enhances the community.
- Regular social events – site visits, graduate meetings, various social functions and team activities
- Construction Management
- Civil / Structural Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Quantity Surveying
- Occupational Health & Safety
No, we do not have a vacation program. However we do offer an undergraduate program (cadetship) where you continue to work throughout the year whilst at university, not just over your summer break.
Multiplex only accepts applications from Australian or New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Visa Holders.
If you have graduated within the last two years, you are welcome to apply for the program.
Your home location is taken into consideration, however many of our projects are spread across various locations. We assign graduates to projects based on resourcing needs. If there is a project commencing that you are particularly interested in working on you can advise us and we will try to accommodate this.
Within this industry, we typically work six days a week, with sites practising various flexible work arrangements depending on what stage the project is at and the various rostering arrangements that are in place at site.