GRADUATE SOFTWARE ENGINEER | SA-Edinburgh Parks
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BAE Systems Australia's core values of being Trusted, Innovative and Bold underpin everything we do. As an equal opportunity employer of choice, we provide a supportive environment in which we enjoy flexibility, diversity, varied development opportunities, a commitment to environmental zero harm, and innovative work. Our structured graduate program will enable you to share your ideas collaboratively and learn and grow with an employer who will value your contribution.
If you want to unlock your future with a market leader at the forefront of technological innovation, look no further!
To be eligible, as a minimum, you must be due to complete your degree no later than December 2018 or, have already completed a university degree level qualification in a Software Engineering discipline or comparable Computer Science qualification.
You will 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.
As part of the BAE Systems graduate community you will enjoy:
- A tailored graduate career plan
- Placement rotations
- An annual national graduate conference
- Extensive training and development
- Mentoring and support
- A competitive salary and benefits and a bi-annual salary review
- Interesting and inspiring work
- Opportunities to collaborate with Graduates across the country
- Family friendly, flexible work practices and policies
Apply today! Visit www.baesystems.com to learn more about the BAE Systems business.
Applications should be made on-line, addressed to Leslie Mercader and include:
• Current resume and cover letter
• Official academic transcripts to date
Applications without a current resume and copy of an academic transcript will not be considered.
BAE Systems values diversity and inclusion. Our Diversity and Inclusion Strategy outlines how we will achieve balance through focussing on the five pillars of Inclusive Leadership, Diverse Teams, Indigenous Opportunity, Agile Work and Advancing the Next Generation.
We welcome and strongly encourage applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders for these opportunities.
Applications will close on 28th September, 2018 so submit your application promptly.
Additional assessments will include interview, reference checking and background screening in addition to pre-employment health assessments for some roles. You may also be required to undertake a psychometric exercise.