For 85+ years, Fulton Hogan has established itself as a leading civil and infrastructure contracting business which operates throughout Australasia. Our Australian businesses cover three divisions; Infrastructure Services, Construction and Communications/Utilities. We employ over 3,800 in Australia and almost 8,000 people across the world.
In response to COVID-19, Fulton Hogan has amended our 2021 Graduate Program recruitment schedule. The health and safety of our employees and our applicants are our priority. We also recognise that your focus, priorities and individual circumstances may have changed over recent weeks, so we wanted to give you a bit more time to adjust.
Don’t worry though, we don’t want you to miss out in 2021. We will still be offering a diverse range of graduate pathways, including hands-on learning and development, mentoring, real career progression and the opportunity to be a part of our fantastic company culture.
We will be accepting applications very shortly. Applications will open 15 July 2020 and close on 15 August 2020.
If you have any specific questions that you would like to ask, our Graduate Talent Team can be reached on [email protected] You may also like to view our graduate website: https://www.fultonhogan.com/join-our-team/career-pathways/graduates-au/
If you wish to express your interest prior to the official application opening date, then please follow this link: https://secure.dc2.pageuppeople.com/apply/567/gateway/Default.aspx?c=apply&sJobIDs=508245&SourceTypeID=806&sLanguage=en
If you have not already, we invite you to follow our LinkedIn page as it provides a great opportunity to learn about upcoming opportunities within our business – https://www.linkedin.com/company/fulton-hogan_2.
We look forward to seeing you all soon.
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The Fulton Hogan story
In 1933, Jules Fulton and Bob Hogan teamed up to form Fulton Hogan. From there, we’ve grown to almost 8000 people. A family of real people dedicated to doing good work that connects and cares for communities across New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific.
Fulton Hogan is a family owned business, committed to ensuring the work we do today will make a real difference to the lives of our people and customers, the communities they call home, and the world we live in, tomorrow.
Fulton Hogan prides itself on being a family company – one that cares about our communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and staff.
We invest heavily to create a workplace culture that encourages ownership and empowerment, while never forgetting the importance of balancing life’s priorities.
Our people work in ‘teams of teams’, all with a high level of camaraderie, friendship and a sense of pride to deliver the best outcomes.
Fulton Hogan is also an equal opportunity employer and member of the Diversity Council of Australia.
The recruitment process
Fulton Hogan recruits multi-disciplinary graduates for our Australian Graduate Leadership Programme.
Applicants are expected to demonstrate a good attitude, strong leadership qualities and the resilience required to thrive in a high-pressure job. You also need to be prepared to work in remote locations.
The first stage of the graduate recruitment process involves submitting your application online. If you make the shortlist, you’ll then be invited to complete a personality profile, and a video interview. If you are successful through this stage you will then be invited to the Fulton Hogan offices to partake in an assessment centre. The final stage involves being invited to a Fulton Hogan office to attend a face to face interview with our managers. The interview will go for 45 minutes and revolve around behavioural-based questions.
If you receive a job offer, you’ll begin your program by participating in a structured induction process and meeting your new colleagues. The program is 18 months long. It comprises rotations that will develop your key competencies.
Fulton Hogan promotes from within wherever possible. We hire people with the view that they are leaders in waiting. We offers good career development and promotion opportunities, mentorship and tailored professional training geared towards enabling employees to fulfil their career goals.
The vibe of the place
Fulton Hogan’s emphasis on being a family company means the vibe is down-to-earth and senior staff are approachable. You can find yourself in a suit in a CBD office one day and wandering around a remote construction site in a hard hat the next. If you like the thought of helping build stuff while being part a successful and growing family business, Fulton Hogan might be for you!
At Fulton Hogan we understand that where you land your Graduate opportunity is the first step in your career. We foster an inclusive culture based around family values. We provide support, mentoring and development opportunities to each and every one of our employees to ensure that their experience with us is rewarding, enjoyable and fun. Our graduate program aims to offer:
- An 18-month rotational program across our Construction, Infrastructure and Utilities groups, giving you real hands-on experience across a variety of areas within our business;
- A structured learning and development program that will provide you with a solid foundation for your career with Fulton Hogan;
- A dedicated mentor who will work with you to develop new skills and identify development and growth opportunities.
At Fulton Hogan we build and maintain infrastructure that improves the quality of life across New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. We’re big and growing. But this will always be a family business.
As we evolve responsibly, we always look out for each other and strive to do the right thing. It’s this attitude – and our willingness to roll our sleeves up and give anything a go – that’s taken us from humble beginnings to progressive, proactive industry leaders, open to new ideas and new ways of doing things.
Join a growing, forward-looking and exciting organisation, doing good work and making a positive difference to the world we live in.