Engineering (Electronics)

Example Job Adverts

Please find below some recent job advertisements sourced by the Careers and Employer Liaison Centre (CELC). 

It should be noted that this is not an exhaustive list, but is merely meant to demonstrate the employment opportunities available to graduates of this discipline.

Arrium Limited, Graduate Program

Join our world and you’ll be embarking on an extraordinary career in a diversified materials and mining company.
Ours is a varied, challenging and evolving world which continues to grow through strategic acquisition and expansion. No matter whether you’re in Whyalla - South Australia, New South Wales or Queensland, you’ll be in an environment where your fresh thinking and ideas will be valued and encouraged.
The grads we look for are flexible, have a commitment to achievement, have the ability to find solutions, work well as part of a team and have great initiative.

  • Engineering: Engineering - Chemical, Engineering - Electrical, Engineering - Electronic, Engineering - Geomatics/Geotechnical, Engineering - Mechanical, Engineering - Mechatronic, Engineering - Mining, Geology/Earth Science/Geophysics.
  • Other: Business/Commerce, HR/OH&S, Logistics/Supply Chain/Transport, Sales/Marketing.

BAE Systems, Electronics Graduate

BAE Systems Australia is a leading employer of talented professionals, delivering high technology projects and solutions in security, IT, defence and adjacent markets. Passionate people work at BAE Systems – people who contribute to some of the most important and innovative defence projects of our time. Better yet, the team at BAE Systems contributes to something really big - the defence and security of Australia.

We are currently accepting applications for the BAE Systems Australia annual graduate intake and your application is now welcome!

To be eligible you must have already completed or be due to complete a university degree level qualification in electronics/electrical engineering. You'll also need demonstrated team work, communication and problem solving skills coupled with a strong desire to learn and a flexible approach to work.  Due to the nature of our work, you'll also need to be an Australian citizen and eligible for Australian Defence security clearance.

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (Public Transport Services Division), Graduate Signals Engineer

Duties: The Graduate Signal Engineer is responsible for undertaking or assisting in projects and other services to facilitate efficient, effective and safe signalling and communication systems on the Adelaide metropolitan rail network, which contributes to the achievement of Corporate Government goals of high level of safety for persons and reliability of transport system assets.

Essential Minimum Qualifications: A degree in Engineering (Electronics or Communication) providing eligibility for graduate membership as a Professional Engineer of the Institution of Engineers, Australia.