Engineers account for up to half of the Capability Pathway’s graduate intake. The opportunity for exciting and challenging engineering roles is limitless, therefore, we are seeking engineers, in a range of disciplines, to take on a career in Defence to work on nationally significant projects supporting the Australian Defence Force (ADF) that are complex and highly valued. Your work as an engineer within CASG will be contributing to the operational success of the ADF.
As a graduate on the 18-month Materiel Graduate Scheme, you will undertake three six-month rotations. These rotations will take place at various locations around Australia to provide you with a broad perspective of engineering in Defence.
In 2018, the Capability Pathway will be recruiting to a significant number of new opportunities for Engineers and Naval Architects across the Maritime sector. These opportunities will exist in the Future Submarine and Future Frigate Programs, primarily based in Adelaide. Both projects will create significant opportunities within the Department of Defence focusing on systems engineering activities in requirements definition, review of contractor activities and acceptance throughout the design development, build, integration and sustainment phases. They will also create thousands of jobs for decades to come. Opportunities in the Maritime sector will be available in Adelaide, Perth and some opportunities overseas (France).
The Capability Pathway will provide the opportunity for work rotations and placements in a range of other leading edge projects that provide rewarding careers in engineering. They include:
The engineering disciplines we are seeking include:
For more detailed information about the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG), view the links below
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