Careers at Engineers Australia

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Why join the tEAm?

At EA, we value our people. Our people are proud and passionate about supporting the profession; they are agile, authentic, and eagerly engage with Engineering professionals to advance engineering and the professional development of our members.

So why join EA? In addition to a competitive remuneration package, below is our SWEET of benefits that our employees truly value:

  • Flexible work, with all full-time employees having 35 hour working weeks;
  • Complimentary holiYAY leave between Boxing day and New Year’s day;
  • 15 days’ personal leave each year and more generous Long Service Leave;
  • Income protection and group life insurance;
  • Complimentary annual flu vaccinations;
  • Not-for-profit salary sacrificing solutions; and
  • Commitment to employee professional development through our national training calendar.

Interested in joining EA?

Submit an application for one of our current vacancies listed below.

Who we are...

Engineers Australia is a national organisation with a growing number of international chapters and a wide range of career opportunities across Australia. We are well known for being the peak professional body, the trusted voice and the global home of the Australian engineering profession.

Engineers Australia has evolved through a sustained period of significant innovation and growth to become known as a top membership-based organisation. We lead and influence the engineering profession through strategic partnerships with industry and the Australian Government, to offer an ever-growing suite of world-class member benefits, products and services.

Please note: roles within Engineers Australia are focussed around providing professional services to our members and the broader engineering profession. As a result, we do not have any 'in the field' Engineering positions.

Additionally, due to Australian legislation and company policy, all employees of Engineers Australia are required to hold current Australian work-rights.

 

Current Vacancies

For specific questions about any of our vacancies please email the People and Workplace Team on: [email protected].

 

Marketing Campaign Officer - Flexible work location

We have an exciting opportunity available for a Marketing Campaign Officer to join our team. The Marketing Campaign Officer is primarily responsible for strategy and implementation of the marketing and communications of events, products and services for Engineers Australia’s student and graduate members.

This role is suitable for someone who has excellent time management skills, an understanding of communications principles (particularly digital) shows initiative, can communicate effectively at multiple levels, has a keen eye for detail and wants and grow and develop their career within a high performing team.

  • To apply for this role, please click here
  • To access the Position Description for this role, please click here

Please note, we ask that all applications are submitted via the Seek advert to ensure that all applications are kept together and to ensure that all applications are reviewed in a fair and equitable manner.

 

Chartered Engineer - Flexible work location

We are currently seeking an experienced, adaptable and creative Chartered Engineer who aspires to grow in a collaborative team environment. This position is required to assess the suitability of Chartered candidates using the National Competency Based Assessment Standard. The assessor may also be required to undertake assessments of applicants for other purposes, including the National Engineering Register or Migration Skills Assessment.

  • To apply for this role, please click here
  • To access the Position Description for this role, please click here

Please note, we ask that all applications are submitted via the Seek advert to ensure that all applications are kept together and to ensure that all applications are reviewed in a fair and equitable manner.

 

--Expressions of Interest (EOI) for future opportunities--

With over 300 employees across 9 locations around Australia, Engineers Australia is always looking for enthusiastic and driven professionals from a broad range of backgrounds to join our team.

Although we do not have any 'in the field' Engineering positions, we do offer a broad range of office-based opportunities focussed on providing a fantastic range of products, services and support to our internal and external stakeholders including our Members and the broader Engineering community. 

To become the best we possibly can be, we often have a need for experienced professionals with varying skillsets including (but not limited to): Administration, Information Technology, Events, Marketing, Business Development, Finance and Public Affairs. We also have needs from time to time for  more technically-focussed roles which require a rich knowledge of Engineering.  

If joining the Engineers Australia team is of interest to you but you don't quite 'fit' into any of the above vacancies, feel free to submit your resume with an indication of what you are looking for in your next role to: [email protected] and we can keep you in mind for current and future opportunities.

Our Privacy Policy in Relation to the Collection of Information

The Institution of Engineers Australia, trading as Engineers Australia, and its overseas chapters, affiliates and related bodies corporate as detailed in our Privacy Policy, (collectively referred to in this notice as “Engineers Australia”) is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. This notice provides you with important information about the personal information that we collect, why we collect this information and your rights and options in relation to this. It should be read in conjunction with our Privacy Policy which is available on our website.

By submitting an application for employment or expression of interest with us you and/or by making a job enquiry, you:

  • Acknowledge that you have read and understood that Engineers Australia or its third party providers may collect personal information about you in the manner and for the purposes described in this privacy notice and our Privacy Policy; and
  • Consent to Engineers Australia and its third party providers processing, collecting, using and disclosing your personal information as stated above.

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