Working at Ausenco means being a part of a vibrant, culturally diverse company that nurtures creativity from all our people. Never settling for the status quo, we all have a license to be ingenious in all aspects of our work.
Whether you are a graduate, have a few or many years experience, we are looking for people who are ready to challenge their boundaries and are not afraid to speak up if they have a great idea.
We are an exciting, fast-growth company with big ideas. We work with world-class clients to bring solutions that are as imaginative as they are inspiring. We thrive on taking on the challenging projects to deliver outstanding results for our clients and outstanding opportunities for our people.
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So, if setting new benchmarks, discovering through ingenuity and leading by example sound like the kinds of challenges you're looking for, then take the next step in your career and check out the current job opportunities with Ausenco.
At Ausenco we know that our commercial and technical success and our reputation for ingenuity are the direct results of the strength, diversity, creativity and expertise of our people.
We aim to empower our people through a strategy based on leadership, engagement and performance. We know that when we provide people with opportunities to lead and grow and we encourage, recognise and reward their outstanding performance, we will keep them engaged and improve the overall performance of our business.
We pride ourselves on our global performance and development planning program called InterAct which establishes clarity about our roles, promotes regular two-way feedback and career planning and recognises our people for the work they do.
Programs focus on all people achieving their development goals through InterAct. These programs and activities are tailored to our various locations, but include "Lunch and Learn" sessions, e-Learning modules and language training. Our people also have the opportunity to be supported through contributions to their external studies where those studies are relevant to their professional development.
Due to a number of new and exciting projects, we are looking for people to become part of the Ausenco global team in some of the best places in the world. With offices in 14 countries and projects in even more you really do have access to global opportunities with Ausenco.
If you're looking to relocate on either a permanent or medium term basis we can help you and your family to make the change. Take a look at some of the opportunities we’re currently recruiting for.
At Ausenco, we recognise that our entire team contributes to our success and it is important that we all have the opportunity to share in the associated rewards. That’s why we place a great deal of importance on our benefits package – we want to ensure that our remuneration and benefits are market-competitive so we can attract and retain the best people.
Globally, Ausenco supports a number of benefits such as superannuation, pension or retirement fund plans and discounts on private health insurance providers.
We also recognise that developing our people is important and we offer support through internal programs and contributions to external studies where those studies are relevant to their professional development.
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Depending on where in the world they work, our people have access to a range of non-monetary rewards and recognition programs. Our managers are encouraged to make recommendations to senior management when outstanding employee contributions are identified.
Each year we recognise those people who go above and beyond their duties to embody our values through our global and regionally based recognition programs. Our programs recognise the outstanding contributions of our people in areas such as safety, client focus, ingenious solutions, collaboration, respect for the community and environment.
Ausenco is a diverse organisation. We operate in different countries, in different cultures and understand that our global teams are all different, which is why we listen to our people and aim to offer them a safe, happy and productive work/life balance.
In some locations, Ausenco offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) which is a free and confidential counselling service to support our people with work and personal concerns. We want our people to have a good quality of life and will provide the support networks and programs.
Wherever possible we try to offer our people a working schedule that suits them. Whether it is through our flexible hours, part-time or job-share working arrangements or even the occasional work from home day.
Our global IT infrastructure allows us to be connected at any time of day and, in some circumstances, teleconferencing negates the need for tiresome travel.
At Ausenco, we are committed to continuous improvement and always looking for new practices and technologies that empower our people. Our world leaders are driven to constantly look for new and better ways of achieving outcomes for our clients.
We also aim to create collaborative and productive work environments that support cohesive team interaction and provide opportunities for our people to increase their knowledge and education.
Ausenco employees have the opportunity to "give back" to the communities in which they live and work through the Ausenco Foundation and local office-based programs. Options include volunteering, raising money for disaster relief, food drives and helping to support initiatives funded by the Ausenco Foundation.
For more information on the Ausenco Foundation, click here.
Due to the nature of the work we do, we know that sometimes there isn’t time to be sociable. But when there is time we like to make the most of it!
From team and office drinks, coffee mornings, donut sessions and festive occasions, to sporting events and charitable activities, we encourage our people and their families to get involved with the Ausenco community.
At Ausenco we know that healthy people make a healthy workforce. Depending on where you’re located you may have access to onsite gyms or fitness facilities and fitness professionals. Many of our offices participate in sporting events and challenges allowing our people to showcase their many talents.
Healthy eating options and information on leading a healthy lifestyle are also readily available at Ausenco through our lunch and learn programs.
Ausenco’s core values form the cornerstone of everything we do. They enable us to discover through ingenuity and lead by example. Our six core values are:
Our people are our strength and we aim to provide all employees with opportunities to develop new ideas, build their skills and be recognised for their work. We also expect our people to continuously deliver outstanding results for their clients – regardless of whether they are internal or external clients.
As a service business, recruiting and retaining the best possible people is critical to our success.
The best people not only have the technical skills we need, they also have the personal qualities and motivational and cultural fit required to succeed in the role they are hired for.
It is very important to get off to a good start. A good induction will provide role clarity and reinforce why their job is important to the business. That is why we place a lot of emphasis on a new employee’s induction. It will also confirm in that person’s mind that they have made the right decision in joining our team. We hope it marks the beginning of a long and fruitful career with Ausenco.
Induction is not a single, discrete activity, but a process that starts before the first day of employment and will continue for the first few months.
We encourage employee development through formal programs and on the job experiences. Insight Development Programs provide a wide range of development initiatives including leadership development, technical skills and core systems education and external education support.
We also seek to ‘grow our own’ leaders through a formal approach to succession planning and talent management.
Ausenco’s performance planning and development framework, InterAct, is designed to ensure every employee has what they need to challenge their own boundaries and help achieve our company goals.
At Ausenco we recognise that everyone contributes to our success. We ensure our remuneration and benefits are market competitive and attractive so we can attract the best candidates and retain our people.
Our remuneration levels are monitored through external benchmarking with internal relativities managed through reviews which take into account market relativities for the position and the individual’s performance.
As a global business, we encourage the transfer of employees between our operations, across businesses and countries. Our remuneration structures have been developed to facilitate the global mobility of our people.
We expect a lot from our leaders. We expect them to lead by example, to grow their people and their areas of the business, to develop ingenious solutions and to deliver on their commitments. And we give them the tools and guidance they need to do just that.
Positive, open communication is vital in a people business. Our communication strategies help build strong relationships with all stakeholders; build and protect our reputation and engage, inform and recognise our people.
We are committed to operating to the highest standards of ethical behaviour, honesty, and fairness in all relationships with our stakeholders. We believe that good Corporate Governance practices are about conducting business in a transparent and ethical manner. In performing duties for, or on Ausenco’s behalf, Ausenco people shall communicate and deal with others with honesty, integrity, and professional courtesy.
Ausenco is committed to abide by all laws applicable to the jurisdictions in which it operates, and we expect anyone doing business on our behalf to also comply with those laws. In all locations, our people are expected to maintain a level of professional conduct and business ethics no less stringent than what would be acceptable in highly developed countries, even though an “understanding” of local law or custom may seem to permit business standards that are less exacting.