WHAT DO WE DO?
Saab Australia has achieved both domestic and international recognition as a supplier of advanced software and intensive operational systems for the Defence and Security market. Using our impressive systems and engineering capabilities, we offer clients system solutions ranging from real-time Command and Control Systems, information and message-based Command Support Systems, and a range of security solutions for the civil market.
As part of Saab Australia's Graduate Program, you will have the opportunity to contribute to your own personalised development initiatives, and kick-start your career.
WHAT DOES OUR PROGRAM INVOLVE?
As a Saab Australia Graduate, you will work alongside experienced engineers, to deliver world leading and innovative projects. Saab Australia’s Graduate Program is a two year program, which through structured rotations, will offer you the opportunity to work across several areas within the business. Rotations are individually tailored to your current skills and developmental needs; individual preferences; and business needs. Following the successful completion of the program, you will be placed into a permanent position within the business so that you can continue your exciting new career.
WHAT SUPPORT WILL YOU RECEIVE?
In addition to the day-to-day support you will receive from your supervisors and team, you will also be provided with trained and experienced mentors from within the business, and access to the Saab Australia Graduate School. The Saab Australia Graduate School comprises of fortnightly lessons, which cover the overarching topics of knowing your personal brand, developing your business acumen, and advancing your technical skills.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR?
We recruit talented high-achievers, who are inquisitive problem-solvers; and who have a passion for delivering products that will help to keep people safe. We seek well-rounded Engineering Graduates in the following disciplines:
- Computer Systems
Please note, to work at Saab you must comply with defence industry security requirements (i.e. you will be an Australian citizen or able to meet eligibility requirements).
Last updated: 18 April 2019 • 08:54