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Worley

4.2
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees
Banner Worley Australia
  • Engineering Consulting
  • Management Consulting
  • Mining, Oil & Gas

Worley's Graduate Development Program (GDP) provides Graduates with their first substantial learning and development opportunity and is a critical foundation program for all Graduates, helping to ensure successful job performance and longer-term career progression.

Our program draws on over 25 years of delivering industry leading graduate development world wide and aims to:

  • recruit, develop and retain Graduates for a long term career with Worley;
  • offer a broad range of work experience and exposure for Graduates early in their career;
  • provide Graduates with a structured learning and development framework;
  • offer one on one support for Graduates from their line manager and mentor; and
  • actively encourage Graduates to achieve chartership with an approved professional institution

In addition to opportunities for Graduates, Worley also offers opportunities for Undergraduates from a range of disciplines to participate in our annual Summer Vacation Program. Our Summer Vacation Program runs from November to February annually and provides under graduates the opportunity to work with experienced professionals on real world projects.

Graduate Review

Overall Score
4.2
Overall score based on 29 reviews
They Score Best in…
7.6
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.6
Satisfaction
8.6
Management
8.8
Work Hours
7.6
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.6
Satisfaction
8.6
Management
8.8
Work Hours
What Graduates Say About Them
  • Everyone in the business is always keen and open to teaching new employees. Gender equality was one of the important aspects that caught my eye with the company when I started off as an undergrad. There was a 50/50 ratio of male and females selected for the undergraduate program. Gender equality is a value I advocate for and I am glad to be working for a company that aligns with my values.
  • The cultural, the support of the team and range of projects.
  • Rotation Opportunity, greater exposure into different industry
  • The opportunities and support from senior leaders in the business who are invested in developing their young professionals
  • Amazing work culture, with senior leaders who are willing to invest in the growth of the younger generation
  • Things can happen slowly in regard to winning/commencing work.
  • Due to the rapid growth and constant evolution of the company, systems (usually IT) never feel aligned and are always disjointed. The entry level graduate salary leaves much to be desired.
  • Not a tight-knit social culture
  • Currently not enough significant rotation opportunities for rural / FIFO work.
  • Budget restraints which could potentially speedup the duration of the project. This sometimes forces the learning process to be quicker.

Opportunities

Locations With Opportunities
  • Brisbane, Gladstone, Mackay, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
Hiring Candidates With Degrees In
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Business & Management
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Engineering & Mathematics
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IT & Computer Science
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Sciences
Current Opportunities

Virtual Experience

In this virtual experience you will sharpen the skills required to be a successful member of the Worley team.

Graduate Success Stories


Worley Graduate - Young female professional in navy blue blouse
  • Graduate stories
I love how every day I get to immerse myself in new challenges and contribute to a project that will eventually be approved for execution in the future to be built for use.

Soniaa Suresh Karrunan

  • Graduate stories
I love how every day I get to immerse myself in new challenges and contribute to a project that will eventually be approved for execution in the future to be built for use.

Soniaa Suresh Karrunan

Worley Graduate - Young male professional in dark suit and eyeglasses.
  • Graduate stories
A balanced lifestyle is the key to success. Work hard but also take some time to hang out with friends, play with your pet or go for a run. 

Albert Lam

  • Graduate stories
A balanced lifestyle is the key to success. Work hard but also take some time to hang out with friends, play with your pet or go for a run. 

Albert Lam

Worley Graduate - Young female professional in navy blue blouse
  • Graduate stories
I love how every day I get to immerse myself in new challenges and contribute to a project that will eventually be approved for execution in the future to be built for use.

Soniaa Suresh Karrunan

  • Graduate stories
I love how every day I get to immerse myself in new challenges and contribute to a project that will eventually be approved for execution in the future to be built for use.

Soniaa Suresh Karrunan

Worley Graduate - Young male professional in dark suit and eyeglasses.
  • Graduate stories
A balanced lifestyle is the key to success. Work hard but also take some time to hang out with friends, play with your pet or go for a run. 

Albert Lam

  • Graduate stories
A balanced lifestyle is the key to success. Work hard but also take some time to hang out with friends, play with your pet or go for a run. 

Albert Lam


A Day In The Life Of


Worley Graduate - Young female professional in black blazer and eyeglasses
  • Day in the life

Brittany Donald

Brittany Donald graduated with a Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) from The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a New Energy Consultant at Worley.
  • Day in the life

Brittany Donald

Brittany Donald graduated with a Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) from The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a New Energy Consultant at Worley.
Worley Graduate - Young female professional wearing black blazer.
  • Day in the life

Clarice Goh

Clarice Goh graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) and Business Management (Business Economics) at The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a Graduate Process Engineer at Worley.
  • Day in the life

Clarice Goh

Clarice Goh graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) and Business Management (Business Economics) at The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a Graduate Process Engineer at Worley.
Worley Graduate - Young female professional in black blazer and eyeglasses
  • Day in the life

Brittany Donald

Brittany Donald graduated with a Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) from The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a New Energy Consultant at Worley.
  • Day in the life

Brittany Donald

Brittany Donald graduated with a Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) from The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a New Energy Consultant at Worley.
Worley Graduate - Young female professional wearing black blazer.
  • Day in the life

Clarice Goh

Clarice Goh graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) and Business Management (Business Economics) at The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a Graduate Process Engineer at Worley.
  • Day in the life

Clarice Goh

Clarice Goh graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) and Business Management (Business Economics) at The University of Queensland in 2017 and is now working as a Graduate Process Engineer at Worley.