BAE Systems' advanced defence technology solutions protect people and national security, keeping critical information and infrastructure secure. For more than 65 years we have searched for new ways to provide our customers in Australia with a competitive edge across air, land, sea, cyber, space and electronic domains.
In terms of our culture, it's safety focused and inclusive. For us that means ensuring that the voices and talents of our more than 4,500 employees are valued and that everyone has a sense of belonging. It also means providing a safe, family friendly, flexible and supportive place to work.
Enjoy our culture as part of our graduate program and apply your talent where it counts.
As a Graduate Data Engineer you will be part of a team of motivated professionals who identify, analyse and deliver new technologies and processes. The team's goal is to support their customers in managing complex assets efficiently and effectively.In terms of specific responsibilities, you will:
This opportunity could be performed from:
- Support the development of data architectures and solutions with the Data Architect
- Assist with the design and development of the data analytics capability used to support complex Defence assets
- Perform analysis on large data sets using a varied tools to identify data definitions, trends, quality issues, etc
- Conduct data mapping, scripting and migration activities as required
- Other duties as required to support the Data Architect and other team members
- Sydney, NSW or
- Williamstown, VIC
Depending on your degree, you may be considered for adjacent disciplines that enables flexibility throughout the graduate program.
Your reward as a graduate on our team?
- A tailored graduate career plan
- Structured rotations
- An annual national graduate conference
- Extensive training and development
- Mentoring and support
- A competitive salary and benefits
- Opportunities to collaborate with graduates across the country
To be eligible, you must be due to complete in 2021 (or have already completed) a university degree qualification in an appropriate discipline. You will also need demonstrated team work and communication skills coupled with a desire to grow and learn. Due to the nature of our work, you'll also need to be an Australian citizen and eligible for Australian Defence security clearance.
Applications will close on Monday 5th April, 2021.
Applications must be made on line, addressed to Brenna Ryan – Talent Acquisition Specialist, and must include:
- Current resume and cover letter
- Academic transcripts to date (does not need to be official)
Unfortunately applications without a current resume and copy of an academic transcript will not be considered.
What next? In terms of next steps; shortlisted applicants will be invited to participate in a video interview. Subsequent stages of the recruitment process will include attending an interview (online), completing an online logical, numerical and abstract reasoning test, reference checking and background screening in addition to pre-employment health assessments for some roles. As the process unfolds, we will keep you informed as to the status of your application. We will also invite your feedback at the conclusion of the process no matter the outcome.
We welcome and strongly encourage applications from women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders for these opportunities. An inclusive culture and an exciting, supportive start to your career awaits.