Diversity

Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Benefits

Benefits

The benefits of working for Clough go well beyond the ability to work for a world-leading organisation

Culture

Culture

Pursuit of Excellence is the philosophy that drives the Clough’s culture. To achieve excellence, we continually invest in our people to ensure our culture is one that performs at the highest levels of productivity, and always delivers on what we promise.

Clough people never back away from a challenge, and never settle for outcomes that are deemed to be less than excellent. They are supported by strong systems and processes that produce consistently excellent outcomes for our safety, environmental, people and financial goals.

Clough people work hard, but also like to have fun, which is why our employees often claim that Clough’s annual calendar of social events is one of our most valued employee benefits! Clough’s social scene includes regular events organised by the Social Club and regular staff sundowners.

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Senior Contracts Specialist

Perth

17 August 2018

Clough currently have the requirement for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist in a full-time contract position.

Senior Contracts Specialist

493584

Fixed Project

Perth

Support Services: Commercial & Risk

Clough currently has a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist to join our Commercial team on an exciting new project, this position will be on a full-time basis for the duration of the project.

Reporting to the Commercial Manager this position involves the administration of pre and post award contract activities.

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Issue and administer subcontractor pre-qualifications
  • Prepare RFQ packages, tender, negotiate and prepare approval for award documentation including conformed contract documents
  • Administer assigned subcontracts
  • Timely and accurately processing subcontract payments and variations, ensuring receipt of supporting documentation
  • Liaising with Engineers/Supervisors when processing subcontractor invoices and variation claims
  • Liaising and reporting to cost controllers with accurate cost reporting
  • Ensuring receipt of subcontractor per-contract deliverables prior to providing notice to proceed
  • Liaising with the project team, client representatives, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure information flows unencumbered
  • Participate in progress meetings to ensure contractual matters are addressed for assigned subcontracts
  • Maintaining records, committed costs, forecasts and variations, and preparing monthly reports
  • Provide required input into the project risk register
  • Other responsibilities as required

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Extensive contracts management experience within the Mining and Resources sector
  • Degree Qualifications in business or engineering field, or significant on the job experience with part professional qualifications
  • Experience with administration of multiple subcontracts simultaneously
  • Knowledge of subcontract and statutory requirements
  • Conversant with basic contract law and familiarisation with the Competition and Consumer Act
  • Attention to detail and a strong relationship building focus
  • Highly developed communication skills to motivate, inspire and persuade

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate the ability to manage a large workload, deliver prompt turnaround of advice and be capable of working independently as well as within a team, with an inherent self motivation.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Engineering Intern

Brisbane

12 August 2018

• Engineering Summer Internship • Diverse Graduate Community • Exciting career opportunities Engineering Summer Internship Program Applications open now!

Engineering Intern

493564

Casual

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

About the Company

Clough works with some of the world’s largest energy and resources companies to engineer, construct, commission and maintain a comprehensive range of facilities for energy, resources and infrastructure projects.

Established in 1919, Clough’s services are underpinned by a dedication to project delivery excellence that has spanned over 95 years. Today the company utilises a workforce of nearly 2,000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, UK, North America and Asia. 

https://youtu.be/NrHO-3OqabM

Engineering Internships

Our twelve-week internship program is open to third or fourth year students looking to make a connection between your studies and your future career. 

Interns are given the opportunity to work with esteemed engineers, as well as graduate peers who began their journey the same way.

This is a great opportunity to earn and learn whilst building lasting friendships, professional relationships and networks. 

The successful applicants will possess the following:

  • Be currently undertaking your third or fourth year of studies in either Construction, Civil/Structural, Electrical or GIS Engineering.
  • Have achieved a grade point average (GPA) minimum of 4.0
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely
  • Preferably be available to work a 40-hour week, Monday to Friday business hours
  • Excellent attention to detail and problem solving ability

How to apply

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your GPA/Course Weighted Average and the title of your degree will also be required.

This is a casual assignment which is expected to run through to February 2019. The Clough Graduate Program commences in late February 2019 and if the successful candidate is deemed suitable, that person may be considered for a role on our 3-year Graduate Program.

This a rare opportunity to get insight into how a market leading, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and maintenance contractor operates. You will get exposure to real projects and gain invaluable experience supported by a well-established multi-disciplined engineering team.

If you’re a person with boundless energy and a thirst for knowledge, then Clough is the place for you.

Don’t delay – Apply now!  As Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date.

Graduate Engineer

Perth

1 August 2018

Clough currently have the requirement for an Engineering Student within their final year of studies to join our 2019 Graduate Program based in Perth.

Graduate Engineer

492356

Permanent Full Time

Perth

Engineering: Design Engineering, Graduate: Graduate

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Engineering student to join our 2019 Graduate program.

Clough delivers some of the world’s most exciting energy and resources projects. Central to our long-term success is the employment and retention of talented and committed people. Clough proudly supports women in Engineering by providing challenging work opportunities that begin in the graduate program as well as ensuring pay equity and providing flexible working arrangements. 

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training.

Our structured program will provide practical hands on experience to ensure all our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

To be eligible for the Clough Graduate Program, you will: 

  • Be in your final year of tertiary studies in the following Engineering disciplines:
    • Chemical/Process Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil/Structural Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
  • Have attained or achieved a predicted average grade of 65% or above
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely

For more details regarding the Clough Graduate program and the application process please visit: www.clough.com.au/careers.

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your current GPA/Course Weighted Average, the title of your degree and the year you expect to graduate will also be required.

Clough promotes a workplace culture that embraces diversity. Applications from female and indigenous students are strongly encouraged.

Applications for the 2019 Clough Graduate program close 01 August 2018.

**Please note: We do reserve the right to close applications early so please apply as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out.

Senior Contracts Specialist

493584

Fixed Project

Perth

Support Services: Commercial & Risk

Clough currently has a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist to join our Commercial team on an exciting new project, this position will be on a full-time basis for the duration of the project.

Reporting to the Commercial Manager this position involves the administration of pre and post award contract activities.

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Issue and administer subcontractor pre-qualifications
  • Prepare RFQ packages, tender, negotiate and prepare approval for award documentation including conformed contract documents
  • Administer assigned subcontracts
  • Timely and accurately processing subcontract payments and variations, ensuring receipt of supporting documentation
  • Liaising with Engineers/Supervisors when processing subcontractor invoices and variation claims
  • Liaising and reporting to cost controllers with accurate cost reporting
  • Ensuring receipt of subcontractor per-contract deliverables prior to providing notice to proceed
  • Liaising with the project team, client representatives, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure information flows unencumbered
  • Participate in progress meetings to ensure contractual matters are addressed for assigned subcontracts
  • Maintaining records, committed costs, forecasts and variations, and preparing monthly reports
  • Provide required input into the project risk register
  • Other responsibilities as required

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Extensive contracts management experience within the Mining and Resources sector
  • Degree Qualifications in business or engineering field, or significant on the job experience with part professional qualifications
  • Experience with administration of multiple subcontracts simultaneously
  • Knowledge of subcontract and statutory requirements
  • Conversant with basic contract law and familiarisation with the Competition and Consumer Act
  • Attention to detail and a strong relationship building focus
  • Highly developed communication skills to motivate, inspire and persuade

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate the ability to manage a large workload, deliver prompt turnaround of advice and be capable of working independently as well as within a team, with an inherent self motivation.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Engineering Intern

493564

Casual

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

About the Company

Clough works with some of the world’s largest energy and resources companies to engineer, construct, commission and maintain a comprehensive range of facilities for energy, resources and infrastructure projects.

Established in 1919, Clough’s services are underpinned by a dedication to project delivery excellence that has spanned over 95 years. Today the company utilises a workforce of nearly 2,000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, UK, North America and Asia. 

https://youtu.be/NrHO-3OqabM

Engineering Internships

Our twelve-week internship program is open to third or fourth year students looking to make a connection between your studies and your future career. 

Interns are given the opportunity to work with esteemed engineers, as well as graduate peers who began their journey the same way.

This is a great opportunity to earn and learn whilst building lasting friendships, professional relationships and networks. 

The successful applicants will possess the following:

  • Be currently undertaking your third or fourth year of studies in either Construction, Civil/Structural, Electrical or GIS Engineering.
  • Have achieved a grade point average (GPA) minimum of 4.0
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely
  • Preferably be available to work a 40-hour week, Monday to Friday business hours
  • Excellent attention to detail and problem solving ability

How to apply

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your GPA/Course Weighted Average and the title of your degree will also be required.

This is a casual assignment which is expected to run through to February 2019. The Clough Graduate Program commences in late February 2019 and if the successful candidate is deemed suitable, that person may be considered for a role on our 3-year Graduate Program.

This a rare opportunity to get insight into how a market leading, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and maintenance contractor operates. You will get exposure to real projects and gain invaluable experience supported by a well-established multi-disciplined engineering team.

If you’re a person with boundless energy and a thirst for knowledge, then Clough is the place for you.

Don’t delay – Apply now!  As Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date.

Graduate Engineer

492356

Permanent Full Time

Perth

Engineering: Design Engineering, Graduate: Graduate

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Engineering student to join our 2019 Graduate program.

Clough delivers some of the world’s most exciting energy and resources projects. Central to our long-term success is the employment and retention of talented and committed people. Clough proudly supports women in Engineering by providing challenging work opportunities that begin in the graduate program as well as ensuring pay equity and providing flexible working arrangements. 

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training.

Our structured program will provide practical hands on experience to ensure all our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

To be eligible for the Clough Graduate Program, you will: 

  • Be in your final year of tertiary studies in the following Engineering disciplines:
    • Chemical/Process Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil/Structural Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
  • Have attained or achieved a predicted average grade of 65% or above
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely

For more details regarding the Clough Graduate program and the application process please visit: www.clough.com.au/careers.

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your current GPA/Course Weighted Average, the title of your degree and the year you expect to graduate will also be required.

Clough promotes a workplace culture that embraces diversity. Applications from female and indigenous students are strongly encouraged.

Applications for the 2019 Clough Graduate program close 01 August 2018.

**Please note: We do reserve the right to close applications early so please apply as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Perth

26 July 2018

Clough currently have the requirements for experienced Instrument and Controls Engineers based in our Perth office.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

493540

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Brisbane

31 July 2018

Exciting Opportunity for a Senior I&C Engineer to support a range of tenders and projects.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492425

Fixed Term

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering

Senior I & C Engineer

An exciting opportunity currently exists within our Engineering team for a highly motivated and suitably skilled Senior Instrumentation and Controls Engineer to provide Engineering expertise. This role is required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Client procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, this role is required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (eg: Bsc Engineering)
  • Membership of relevant Engineering Institution (eg: IEAust)
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
  • Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • Proven skills in the detailed design of complex engineering and design projects           
  • Proven skills working on a major project environment in a multi-disciplinary team environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills                             
  • Detailed knowledge and experience of 3D intelligent design and project delivery systems and procedures
  • Detailed knowledge of Australian and applicable international codes and standards as well as the applicable statutory requirements  
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant post graduate, engineering experience with contracting or consultancy organisations in the Oil and Gas, LNG, mining/resource sector, minerals processing and/or petrochemical industries
  • Exposure and experience in Construction, Construction Management, Maintenance and Operations roles (greenfield and brownfield) would be well regarded

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Clough promotes a workforce culture that embraces diversity.

 Applications from women and indigenous persons are strongly encouraged.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Perth

22 July 2018

Clough currently have the requirements for experienced Instrument and Controls Engineers based in our Perth office.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492464

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

493540

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492425

Fixed Term

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering

Senior I & C Engineer

An exciting opportunity currently exists within our Engineering team for a highly motivated and suitably skilled Senior Instrumentation and Controls Engineer to provide Engineering expertise. This role is required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Client procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, this role is required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (eg: Bsc Engineering)
  • Membership of relevant Engineering Institution (eg: IEAust)
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
  • Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • Proven skills in the detailed design of complex engineering and design projects           
  • Proven skills working on a major project environment in a multi-disciplinary team environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills                             
  • Detailed knowledge and experience of 3D intelligent design and project delivery systems and procedures
  • Detailed knowledge of Australian and applicable international codes and standards as well as the applicable statutory requirements  
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant post graduate, engineering experience with contracting or consultancy organisations in the Oil and Gas, LNG, mining/resource sector, minerals processing and/or petrochemical industries
  • Exposure and experience in Construction, Construction Management, Maintenance and Operations roles (greenfield and brownfield) would be well regarded

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Clough promotes a workforce culture that embraces diversity.

 Applications from women and indigenous persons are strongly encouraged.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492464

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

Mongolia

23 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Lead Cost Controller for an International Project in Mongolia, FIFO roster.

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

493519

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Cost Controller for this exciting project. The Lead Cost Controller will be responsible for providing cost expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost and progress information. They will have a strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change.  They will proactively influence management of cost and time outcomes during the project life cycle phases.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Cost manage across engineering, procurement, subcontracts, construction, pre-commissioning phases.
  • Assist with maintaining project controls plan, change management plan and other specific procedures.
  • Deliver packaged cost management, driving budget and change controls, cost monitoring, EV & progress reporting, quantity tracking, trending, forecasting and variance reporting.
  • Responsible for the delivery of the project & division reports, focused on performance reporting against the plan and period variances.
  • Responsible for the quality, accuracy, consistency of cost & progress monitoring, controls, structure and reporting through the Prism tool.
  • Responsible for ensuring project data share between cost & progress, planning and time capture tools.
  • Responsible for developing and analysing specific project trending performance controls & reporting.
  • Responsible for developing basis of forecast controls, defining forecast methodology and assumptions, and delivering time phased forecasts.
  • Responsible for coordinating cost forecast meetings and driving interface of package owners in the forecast process.
  • Responsible to drive the change management process, contingency management, margin & risk reporting.
  • Drive collaborative relationship within project controls team and project management team.
  • Responsible to set-up and implement project construction tool to assist with capturing man-hours, quantities progress against workpacks and indirects.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle; and
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

Mongolia

27 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Project Controls Manager for an International Project in Mongolia, FIFO roster.

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

493521

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Project Control Manager for this exciting project. The Project Controls Manager will be required to provider strategic direction and leadership to the Project Controls function onsite. They will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on all aspects of the schedule and cost against approved plans and budgets.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate Planning and Schedule, Cost and Administration including establishing and maintaining Key Performance Indicators to achieve the Project’s objectives.
  • Assure that the Contractor schedule is in line with the project schedule, analyze trends, monitor progress and provide an early warning if deviations from the schedule are developing.
  • To ensure that the costs of the Contract and its associated administration are controlled and reported effectively and within and in line with Project Requirements.
  • Maintain accurate records of progress and cost and prepare regular reports as per company requirements, assist in audits of the Contractor systems.
  • Provide supervision of Site Cost and Planning Engineers on matters pertaining to cost and planning monitoring.
  • Review purchase order and contract award recommendations for conformance to budget and schedule
  • Accountability for early communication visibly on impacts to time and cost overruns, client or internal
  • Together with the Site Cost and Planning Engineers, conduct regular meetings and reviews with Contractor in order to ensure correct and early resolution of all cost/planning issues
  • Coordinating Cost, Planning, Progress, Change and Reporting deliverables in accordance to contractual and internal requirements for the project.
  • Responsible for project procedures, plans and compliance to Clough CMS operating systems.
  • Drive integrated project controls model through reliable data share between cost, progress & planning systems.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Unit Rate contract management experience;
  • Managing delays and cost/value forecasting;
  • Training & development of local/National employees;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Prism, Primavera and Envision
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Planner - Mongolia

Mongolia

31 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Lead Planner for an International Project, FIFO roster.

Lead Planner - Mongolia

492510

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of the Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi Desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Planner for this exciting project. The Lead Planner will be responsible for the preparation, planning and assessment of the detailed project plan for all stages of the project. They will provide monitor and update, schedules, milestones and completion timetables, as well as prepare regular status reports and forecasting to project management and client review. They will develop, monitor and report on key performance indicators, identify trends and ensure compilation of statistical information.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Hands-on development and coordination of Project and baseline schedules that are based on best practices
  • Provide Planning input to project reporting including, but not limited to, schedule performance and variance, progress, schedule forecast, KPIs, manning / manpower, productivity and schedule risk.
  • Able to manage the Planning Group across all facets of engineering, procurement, subcontracts, fabrication, construction, pre-commissioning and closeout.
  • Interface with other project controls functions and team leaders to streamline work processes.
  • Provide strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Preparedness to be hands-on and able to promote and support the professional development and growth of International Staff by identifying skill sets and providing professional development.
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

493519

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Cost Controller for this exciting project. The Lead Cost Controller will be responsible for providing cost expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost and progress information. They will have a strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change.  They will proactively influence management of cost and time outcomes during the project life cycle phases.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Cost manage across engineering, procurement, subcontracts, construction, pre-commissioning phases.
  • Assist with maintaining project controls plan, change management plan and other specific procedures.
  • Deliver packaged cost management, driving budget and change controls, cost monitoring, EV & progress reporting, quantity tracking, trending, forecasting and variance reporting.
  • Responsible for the delivery of the project & division reports, focused on performance reporting against the plan and period variances.
  • Responsible for the quality, accuracy, consistency of cost & progress monitoring, controls, structure and reporting through the Prism tool.
  • Responsible for ensuring project data share between cost & progress, planning and time capture tools.
  • Responsible for developing and analysing specific project trending performance controls & reporting.
  • Responsible for developing basis of forecast controls, defining forecast methodology and assumptions, and delivering time phased forecasts.
  • Responsible for coordinating cost forecast meetings and driving interface of package owners in the forecast process.
  • Responsible to drive the change management process, contingency management, margin & risk reporting.
  • Drive collaborative relationship within project controls team and project management team.
  • Responsible to set-up and implement project construction tool to assist with capturing man-hours, quantities progress against workpacks and indirects.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle; and
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

493521

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Project Control Manager for this exciting project. The Project Controls Manager will be required to provider strategic direction and leadership to the Project Controls function onsite. They will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on all aspects of the schedule and cost against approved plans and budgets.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate Planning and Schedule, Cost and Administration including establishing and maintaining Key Performance Indicators to achieve the Project’s objectives.
  • Assure that the Contractor schedule is in line with the project schedule, analyze trends, monitor progress and provide an early warning if deviations from the schedule are developing.
  • To ensure that the costs of the Contract and its associated administration are controlled and reported effectively and within and in line with Project Requirements.
  • Maintain accurate records of progress and cost and prepare regular reports as per company requirements, assist in audits of the Contractor systems.
  • Provide supervision of Site Cost and Planning Engineers on matters pertaining to cost and planning monitoring.
  • Review purchase order and contract award recommendations for conformance to budget and schedule
  • Accountability for early communication visibly on impacts to time and cost overruns, client or internal
  • Together with the Site Cost and Planning Engineers, conduct regular meetings and reviews with Contractor in order to ensure correct and early resolution of all cost/planning issues
  • Coordinating Cost, Planning, Progress, Change and Reporting deliverables in accordance to contractual and internal requirements for the project.
  • Responsible for project procedures, plans and compliance to Clough CMS operating systems.
  • Drive integrated project controls model through reliable data share between cost, progress & planning systems.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Unit Rate contract management experience;
  • Managing delays and cost/value forecasting;
  • Training & development of local/National employees;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Prism, Primavera and Envision
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Planner - Mongolia

492510

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of the Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi Desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Planner for this exciting project. The Lead Planner will be responsible for the preparation, planning and assessment of the detailed project plan for all stages of the project. They will provide monitor and update, schedules, milestones and completion timetables, as well as prepare regular status reports and forecasting to project management and client review. They will develop, monitor and report on key performance indicators, identify trends and ensure compilation of statistical information.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Hands-on development and coordination of Project and baseline schedules that are based on best practices
  • Provide Planning input to project reporting including, but not limited to, schedule performance and variance, progress, schedule forecast, KPIs, manning / manpower, productivity and schedule risk.
  • Able to manage the Planning Group across all facets of engineering, procurement, subcontracts, fabrication, construction, pre-commissioning and closeout.
  • Interface with other project controls functions and team leaders to streamline work processes.
  • Provide strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Preparedness to be hands-on and able to promote and support the professional development and growth of International Staff by identifying skill sets and providing professional development.
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

Perth

24 December 2018

Register your interest for upcoming opportunities on the Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

492262

Agency Personnel, Any, Casual, Fixed Project, Fixed Term, Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time

Perth

Support Services: Administration, Support Services: Commercial & Risk, Support Services: Corporate Support Services, Support Services: Document Control, Support Services: Finance, Support Services: Human Resources, Support Services: Information Systems & Technology, Support Services: Quality Assurance, Business Development & Tendering, Commissioning, Fabrication & Construction, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, Project Controls, Project Management, Supply Chain, Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Maintenance Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

• Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract to expand Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs
• Plant capacity to double to 28 billion litres per year, and ensure water security
• Provide climate independent water source to boost drinking water supplies
 
Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie, Western Australia.
 
The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.
 
As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.
 
The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.
 
We invite you to register your interest for upcoming opportunities by clicking on the Apply Now button.  
 
For Trades and Labour positions please apply via e2o who are a Clough owned business and manage the Blue Collar Trades recruitment for this project. Please apply here  jobs.e2o.com.au to register your interest.

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

492262

Agency Personnel, Any, Casual, Fixed Project, Fixed Term, Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time

Perth

Support Services: Administration, Support Services: Commercial & Risk, Support Services: Corporate Support Services, Support Services: Document Control, Support Services: Finance, Support Services: Human Resources, Support Services: Information Systems & Technology, Support Services: Quality Assurance, Business Development & Tendering, Commissioning, Fabrication & Construction, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, Project Controls, Project Management, Supply Chain, Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Maintenance Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

• Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract to expand Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs
• Plant capacity to double to 28 billion litres per year, and ensure water security
• Provide climate independent water source to boost drinking water supplies
 
Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie, Western Australia.
 
The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.
 
As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.
 
The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.
 
We invite you to register your interest for upcoming opportunities by clicking on the Apply Now button.  
 
For Trades and Labour positions please apply via e2o who are a Clough owned business and manage the Blue Collar Trades recruitment for this project. Please apply here  jobs.e2o.com.au to register your interest.

Graduate/Students

Graduate/Students

Our people are our most valuable asset. To ensure sustainable business success each year we recruit some of Australia’s brightest graduates and students to inject new ideas and energy into the company.

Graduates
Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start

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Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three-year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training. Professional and technical training complements practical hands on experience to ensure all of our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

The four key components of the Clough Graduate program are:

  • On-the-job and off-the-job development
  • Buddying and mentoring
  • Professional development
  • Personal development 
Students
Students

Clough offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students

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Students

Clough also offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience in your field of study and prepare for graduate employment.

The Clough Summer Internship runs for 12 weeks during the university summer break, involves real work situations and gives you hands-on experience in your chosen discipline. If you perform well during your Summer Internship, you could automatically qualify for graduate employment with Clough. 

How to Apply
How to Apply

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines

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How to Apply

To apply for a Clough Graduate position, you must be a permanent resident and in your penultimate or final year of study, or have graduated within the last two years.

To apply for a Clough Summer Internship position, you must be a Permanent resident of Australia and in your penultimate or final year of study.

Your application must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts will be accepted initially, but official copies of transcripts will be requested during the recruitment process).

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines including:

  • Mechanical
  • Civil/Structural
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation and
  • Chemical/Process

Current opportunities are advertised on our vacancies page. 

 

Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three-year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training. Professional and technical training complements practical hands on experience to ensure all of our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

The four key components of the Clough Graduate program are:

  • On-the-job and off-the-job development
  • Buddying and mentoring
  • Professional development
  • Personal development 

Students

Clough also offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience in your field of study and prepare for graduate employment.

The Clough Summer Internship runs for 12 weeks during the university summer break, involves real work situations and gives you hands-on experience in your chosen discipline. If you perform well during your Summer Internship, you could automatically qualify for graduate employment with Clough. 

How to Apply

To apply for a Clough Graduate position, you must be a permanent resident and in your penultimate or final year of study, or have graduated within the last two years.

To apply for a Clough Summer Internship position, you must be a Permanent resident of Australia and in your penultimate or final year of study.

Your application must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts will be accepted initially, but official copies of transcripts will be requested during the recruitment process).

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines including:

  • Mechanical
  • Civil/Structural
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation and
  • Chemical/Process

Current opportunities are advertised on our vacancies page. 

 

Diversity

We believe diversity brings a broader range of perspectives, knowledge, ideas and experiences which create value for us and our customers.

Our workforce consists of people from a wide range of cultures, backgrounds and skills. This diversity is what makes Clough a great place to work. We aim to attract, train and retain people who:

  • Live Clough’s values as their own,
  • Are highly capable, and
  • Have a desire to actively contribute to the success of the business.

Our focus on gender and cultural inclusiveness is ongoing. We deliver gender equality and aim to close the gap between indigenous and non-indigenous communities through numerous initiatives.

For a copy of our latest gender equality indicators report to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, please click here.

Benefits

The benefits of working for Clough go well beyond the ability to work for a world-leading organisation

Culture

Pursuit of Excellence is the philosophy that drives the Clough’s culture. To achieve excellence, we continually invest in our people to ensure our culture is one that performs at the highest levels of productivity, and always delivers on what we promise.

Clough people never back away from a challenge, and never settle for outcomes that are deemed to be less than excellent. They are supported by strong systems and processes that produce consistently excellent outcomes for our safety, environmental, people and financial goals.

Clough people work hard, but also like to have fun, which is why our employees often claim that Clough’s annual calendar of social events is one of our most valued employee benefits! Clough’s social scene includes regular events organised by the Social Club and regular staff sundowners.

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Senior Contracts Specialist

Perth

17 August 2018

Clough currently have the requirement for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist in a full-time contract position.

Senior Contracts Specialist

493584

Fixed Project

Perth

Support Services: Commercial & Risk

Clough currently has a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist to join our Commercial team on an exciting new project, this position will be on a full-time basis for the duration of the project.

Reporting to the Commercial Manager this position involves the administration of pre and post award contract activities.

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Issue and administer subcontractor pre-qualifications
  • Prepare RFQ packages, tender, negotiate and prepare approval for award documentation including conformed contract documents
  • Administer assigned subcontracts
  • Timely and accurately processing subcontract payments and variations, ensuring receipt of supporting documentation
  • Liaising with Engineers/Supervisors when processing subcontractor invoices and variation claims
  • Liaising and reporting to cost controllers with accurate cost reporting
  • Ensuring receipt of subcontractor per-contract deliverables prior to providing notice to proceed
  • Liaising with the project team, client representatives, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure information flows unencumbered
  • Participate in progress meetings to ensure contractual matters are addressed for assigned subcontracts
  • Maintaining records, committed costs, forecasts and variations, and preparing monthly reports
  • Provide required input into the project risk register
  • Other responsibilities as required

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Extensive contracts management experience within the Mining and Resources sector
  • Degree Qualifications in business or engineering field, or significant on the job experience with part professional qualifications
  • Experience with administration of multiple subcontracts simultaneously
  • Knowledge of subcontract and statutory requirements
  • Conversant with basic contract law and familiarisation with the Competition and Consumer Act
  • Attention to detail and a strong relationship building focus
  • Highly developed communication skills to motivate, inspire and persuade

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate the ability to manage a large workload, deliver prompt turnaround of advice and be capable of working independently as well as within a team, with an inherent self motivation.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Engineering Intern

Brisbane

12 August 2018

• Engineering Summer Internship • Diverse Graduate Community • Exciting career opportunities Engineering Summer Internship Program Applications open now!

Engineering Intern

493564

Casual

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

About the Company

Clough works with some of the world’s largest energy and resources companies to engineer, construct, commission and maintain a comprehensive range of facilities for energy, resources and infrastructure projects.

Established in 1919, Clough’s services are underpinned by a dedication to project delivery excellence that has spanned over 95 years. Today the company utilises a workforce of nearly 2,000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, UK, North America and Asia. 

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Engineering Internships

Our twelve-week internship program is open to third or fourth year students looking to make a connection between your studies and your future career. 

Interns are given the opportunity to work with esteemed engineers, as well as graduate peers who began their journey the same way.

This is a great opportunity to earn and learn whilst building lasting friendships, professional relationships and networks. 

The successful applicants will possess the following:

  • Be currently undertaking your third or fourth year of studies in either Construction, Civil/Structural, Electrical or GIS Engineering.
  • Have achieved a grade point average (GPA) minimum of 4.0
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely
  • Preferably be available to work a 40-hour week, Monday to Friday business hours
  • Excellent attention to detail and problem solving ability

How to apply

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your GPA/Course Weighted Average and the title of your degree will also be required.

This is a casual assignment which is expected to run through to February 2019. The Clough Graduate Program commences in late February 2019 and if the successful candidate is deemed suitable, that person may be considered for a role on our 3-year Graduate Program.

This a rare opportunity to get insight into how a market leading, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and maintenance contractor operates. You will get exposure to real projects and gain invaluable experience supported by a well-established multi-disciplined engineering team.

If you’re a person with boundless energy and a thirst for knowledge, then Clough is the place for you.

Don’t delay – Apply now!  As Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date.

Graduate Engineer

Perth

1 August 2018

Clough currently have the requirement for an Engineering Student within their final year of studies to join our 2019 Graduate Program based in Perth.

Graduate Engineer

492356

Permanent Full Time

Perth

Engineering: Design Engineering, Graduate: Graduate

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Engineering student to join our 2019 Graduate program.

Clough delivers some of the world’s most exciting energy and resources projects. Central to our long-term success is the employment and retention of talented and committed people. Clough proudly supports women in Engineering by providing challenging work opportunities that begin in the graduate program as well as ensuring pay equity and providing flexible working arrangements. 

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training.

Our structured program will provide practical hands on experience to ensure all our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

To be eligible for the Clough Graduate Program, you will: 

  • Be in your final year of tertiary studies in the following Engineering disciplines:
    • Chemical/Process Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil/Structural Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
  • Have attained or achieved a predicted average grade of 65% or above
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely

For more details regarding the Clough Graduate program and the application process please visit: www.clough.com.au/careers.

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your current GPA/Course Weighted Average, the title of your degree and the year you expect to graduate will also be required.

Clough promotes a workplace culture that embraces diversity. Applications from female and indigenous students are strongly encouraged.

Applications for the 2019 Clough Graduate program close 01 August 2018.

**Please note: We do reserve the right to close applications early so please apply as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out.

Senior Contracts Specialist

493584

Fixed Project

Perth

Support Services: Commercial & Risk

Clough currently has a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Senior Contracts Specialist to join our Commercial team on an exciting new project, this position will be on a full-time basis for the duration of the project.

Reporting to the Commercial Manager this position involves the administration of pre and post award contract activities.

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Issue and administer subcontractor pre-qualifications
  • Prepare RFQ packages, tender, negotiate and prepare approval for award documentation including conformed contract documents
  • Administer assigned subcontracts
  • Timely and accurately processing subcontract payments and variations, ensuring receipt of supporting documentation
  • Liaising with Engineers/Supervisors when processing subcontractor invoices and variation claims
  • Liaising and reporting to cost controllers with accurate cost reporting
  • Ensuring receipt of subcontractor per-contract deliverables prior to providing notice to proceed
  • Liaising with the project team, client representatives, suppliers and subcontractors to ensure information flows unencumbered
  • Participate in progress meetings to ensure contractual matters are addressed for assigned subcontracts
  • Maintaining records, committed costs, forecasts and variations, and preparing monthly reports
  • Provide required input into the project risk register
  • Other responsibilities as required

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Extensive contracts management experience within the Mining and Resources sector
  • Degree Qualifications in business or engineering field, or significant on the job experience with part professional qualifications
  • Experience with administration of multiple subcontracts simultaneously
  • Knowledge of subcontract and statutory requirements
  • Conversant with basic contract law and familiarisation with the Competition and Consumer Act
  • Attention to detail and a strong relationship building focus
  • Highly developed communication skills to motivate, inspire and persuade

The successful applicant should be able to demonstrate the ability to manage a large workload, deliver prompt turnaround of advice and be capable of working independently as well as within a team, with an inherent self motivation.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Engineering Intern

493564

Casual

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

About the Company

Clough works with some of the world’s largest energy and resources companies to engineer, construct, commission and maintain a comprehensive range of facilities for energy, resources and infrastructure projects.

Established in 1919, Clough’s services are underpinned by a dedication to project delivery excellence that has spanned over 95 years. Today the company utilises a workforce of nearly 2,000 people from operating centres across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, UK, North America and Asia. 

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Engineering Internships

Our twelve-week internship program is open to third or fourth year students looking to make a connection between your studies and your future career. 

Interns are given the opportunity to work with esteemed engineers, as well as graduate peers who began their journey the same way.

This is a great opportunity to earn and learn whilst building lasting friendships, professional relationships and networks. 

The successful applicants will possess the following:

  • Be currently undertaking your third or fourth year of studies in either Construction, Civil/Structural, Electrical or GIS Engineering.
  • Have achieved a grade point average (GPA) minimum of 4.0
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely
  • Preferably be available to work a 40-hour week, Monday to Friday business hours
  • Excellent attention to detail and problem solving ability

How to apply

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your GPA/Course Weighted Average and the title of your degree will also be required.

This is a casual assignment which is expected to run through to February 2019. The Clough Graduate Program commences in late February 2019 and if the successful candidate is deemed suitable, that person may be considered for a role on our 3-year Graduate Program.

This a rare opportunity to get insight into how a market leading, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning and maintenance contractor operates. You will get exposure to real projects and gain invaluable experience supported by a well-established multi-disciplined engineering team.

If you’re a person with boundless energy and a thirst for knowledge, then Clough is the place for you.

Don’t delay – Apply now!  As Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date.

Graduate Engineer

492356

Permanent Full Time

Perth

Engineering: Design Engineering, Graduate: Graduate

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Engineering student to join our 2019 Graduate program.

Clough delivers some of the world’s most exciting energy and resources projects. Central to our long-term success is the employment and retention of talented and committed people. Clough proudly supports women in Engineering by providing challenging work opportunities that begin in the graduate program as well as ensuring pay equity and providing flexible working arrangements. 

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training.

Our structured program will provide practical hands on experience to ensure all our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

To be eligible for the Clough Graduate Program, you will: 

  • Be in your final year of tertiary studies in the following Engineering disciplines:
    • Chemical/Process Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Civil/Structural Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering
  • Have attained or achieved a predicted average grade of 65% or above
  • Be an Australian citizen or have the right to permanently work and remain in Australia indefinitely

For more details regarding the Clough Graduate program and the application process please visit: www.clough.com.au/careers.

Please attach your CV and Academic transcript to your application. A covering letter outlining your current GPA/Course Weighted Average, the title of your degree and the year you expect to graduate will also be required.

Clough promotes a workplace culture that embraces diversity. Applications from female and indigenous students are strongly encouraged.

Applications for the 2019 Clough Graduate program close 01 August 2018.

**Please note: We do reserve the right to close applications early so please apply as soon as possible to ensure you don’t miss out.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Perth

26 July 2018

Clough currently have the requirements for experienced Instrument and Controls Engineers based in our Perth office.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

493540

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Brisbane

31 July 2018

Exciting Opportunity for a Senior I&C Engineer to support a range of tenders and projects.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492425

Fixed Term

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering

Senior I & C Engineer

An exciting opportunity currently exists within our Engineering team for a highly motivated and suitably skilled Senior Instrumentation and Controls Engineer to provide Engineering expertise. This role is required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Client procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, this role is required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (eg: Bsc Engineering)
  • Membership of relevant Engineering Institution (eg: IEAust)
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
  • Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • Proven skills in the detailed design of complex engineering and design projects           
  • Proven skills working on a major project environment in a multi-disciplinary team environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills                             
  • Detailed knowledge and experience of 3D intelligent design and project delivery systems and procedures
  • Detailed knowledge of Australian and applicable international codes and standards as well as the applicable statutory requirements  
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant post graduate, engineering experience with contracting or consultancy organisations in the Oil and Gas, LNG, mining/resource sector, minerals processing and/or petrochemical industries
  • Exposure and experience in Construction, Construction Management, Maintenance and Operations roles (greenfield and brownfield) would be well regarded

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Clough promotes a workforce culture that embraces diversity.

 Applications from women and indigenous persons are strongly encouraged.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

Perth

22 July 2018

Clough currently have the requirements for experienced Instrument and Controls Engineers based in our Perth office.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492464

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

493540

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Senior Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492425

Fixed Term

Brisbane

Engineering: Design Engineering

Senior I & C Engineer

An exciting opportunity currently exists within our Engineering team for a highly motivated and suitably skilled Senior Instrumentation and Controls Engineer to provide Engineering expertise. This role is required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Client procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

Reporting to the Engineering Manager, this role is required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • Relevant tertiary qualification (eg: Bsc Engineering)
  • Membership of relevant Engineering Institution (eg: IEAust)
  • Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)
  • Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland (RPEQ)
  • Proven skills in the detailed design of complex engineering and design projects           
  • Proven skills working on a major project environment in a multi-disciplinary team environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills                             
  • Detailed knowledge and experience of 3D intelligent design and project delivery systems and procedures
  • Detailed knowledge of Australian and applicable international codes and standards as well as the applicable statutory requirements  
  • Minimum of 10 years of relevant post graduate, engineering experience with contracting or consultancy organisations in the Oil and Gas, LNG, mining/resource sector, minerals processing and/or petrochemical industries
  • Exposure and experience in Construction, Construction Management, Maintenance and Operations roles (greenfield and brownfield) would be well regarded

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Clough promotes a workforce culture that embraces diversity.

 Applications from women and indigenous persons are strongly encouraged.

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Instrumentation and Control Engineer

492464

Fixed Term

Perth

Engineering: Maintenance Engineering

Exciting vacancies currently exist within our Engineering team for highly motivated and suitably skilled Instrumentation and Controls Engineers to provide expertise on a number of various projects. This roles are required to ensure that all deliverables are completed to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures and to provide cost effective solutions to meet project objectives.

 

Reporting to the Chief Electrical/Instrument Engineer, the roles are required to provide I&C engineering expertise to projects, tenders and studies. You will ensure that all deliverables are completed in a timely manner to the required level of accuracy in accordance with Company procedures, the basis of design, and the terms of the contract. You will ensure that cost effective solutions are applied to meet project objectives. 

The main duties of this role include, but are not limited to:

  • Accountable for performance and delivery of engineering services to support project outcomes against agreed project budgets and schedules
  • Responsible for complying with the required technically acceptable standard of work for the discipline group and producing engineering design deliverables for project execution
  • Manage and coordinate the design effort of team reports to achieve satisfactory outcomes (project
  • performance)
  • Manage customer relations to achieve mutually satisfactory and technical program outcomes
  • Ensure familiarity with the company's Management System, standard manuals, procedures and forms
  • Keep correspondence files, documents and reports up to date

The successful applicants will possess knowledge in the following areas:

  • Brownfield experience with maintenance engineering
  • SAP or DRIMS Software (desirable)
  • 5-10 years of relevant I&C experience
  • Competency with EEHA is preferred

Your ability to work both autonomously and as part of a team will ensure your success in this role. Applicants are required to possess a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar and have a minimum of 5 years experience with Onshore and/or Offshore Oil & Gas projects.   

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position.

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

Mongolia

23 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Lead Cost Controller for an International Project in Mongolia, FIFO roster.

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

493519

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Cost Controller for this exciting project. The Lead Cost Controller will be responsible for providing cost expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost and progress information. They will have a strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change.  They will proactively influence management of cost and time outcomes during the project life cycle phases.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Cost manage across engineering, procurement, subcontracts, construction, pre-commissioning phases.
  • Assist with maintaining project controls plan, change management plan and other specific procedures.
  • Deliver packaged cost management, driving budget and change controls, cost monitoring, EV & progress reporting, quantity tracking, trending, forecasting and variance reporting.
  • Responsible for the delivery of the project & division reports, focused on performance reporting against the plan and period variances.
  • Responsible for the quality, accuracy, consistency of cost & progress monitoring, controls, structure and reporting through the Prism tool.
  • Responsible for ensuring project data share between cost & progress, planning and time capture tools.
  • Responsible for developing and analysing specific project trending performance controls & reporting.
  • Responsible for developing basis of forecast controls, defining forecast methodology and assumptions, and delivering time phased forecasts.
  • Responsible for coordinating cost forecast meetings and driving interface of package owners in the forecast process.
  • Responsible to drive the change management process, contingency management, margin & risk reporting.
  • Drive collaborative relationship within project controls team and project management team.
  • Responsible to set-up and implement project construction tool to assist with capturing man-hours, quantities progress against workpacks and indirects.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle; and
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

Mongolia

27 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Project Controls Manager for an International Project in Mongolia, FIFO roster.

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

493521

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Project Control Manager for this exciting project. The Project Controls Manager will be required to provider strategic direction and leadership to the Project Controls function onsite. They will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on all aspects of the schedule and cost against approved plans and budgets.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate Planning and Schedule, Cost and Administration including establishing and maintaining Key Performance Indicators to achieve the Project’s objectives.
  • Assure that the Contractor schedule is in line with the project schedule, analyze trends, monitor progress and provide an early warning if deviations from the schedule are developing.
  • To ensure that the costs of the Contract and its associated administration are controlled and reported effectively and within and in line with Project Requirements.
  • Maintain accurate records of progress and cost and prepare regular reports as per company requirements, assist in audits of the Contractor systems.
  • Provide supervision of Site Cost and Planning Engineers on matters pertaining to cost and planning monitoring.
  • Review purchase order and contract award recommendations for conformance to budget and schedule
  • Accountability for early communication visibly on impacts to time and cost overruns, client or internal
  • Together with the Site Cost and Planning Engineers, conduct regular meetings and reviews with Contractor in order to ensure correct and early resolution of all cost/planning issues
  • Coordinating Cost, Planning, Progress, Change and Reporting deliverables in accordance to contractual and internal requirements for the project.
  • Responsible for project procedures, plans and compliance to Clough CMS operating systems.
  • Drive integrated project controls model through reliable data share between cost, progress & planning systems.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Unit Rate contract management experience;
  • Managing delays and cost/value forecasting;
  • Training & development of local/National employees;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Prism, Primavera and Envision
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Planner - Mongolia

Mongolia

31 July 2018

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Lead Planner for an International Project, FIFO roster.

Lead Planner - Mongolia

492510

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of the Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi Desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Planner for this exciting project. The Lead Planner will be responsible for the preparation, planning and assessment of the detailed project plan for all stages of the project. They will provide monitor and update, schedules, milestones and completion timetables, as well as prepare regular status reports and forecasting to project management and client review. They will develop, monitor and report on key performance indicators, identify trends and ensure compilation of statistical information.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Hands-on development and coordination of Project and baseline schedules that are based on best practices
  • Provide Planning input to project reporting including, but not limited to, schedule performance and variance, progress, schedule forecast, KPIs, manning / manpower, productivity and schedule risk.
  • Able to manage the Planning Group across all facets of engineering, procurement, subcontracts, fabrication, construction, pre-commissioning and closeout.
  • Interface with other project controls functions and team leaders to streamline work processes.
  • Provide strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Preparedness to be hands-on and able to promote and support the professional development and growth of International Staff by identifying skill sets and providing professional development.
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Cost Controller - Mongolia

493519

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Cost Controller for this exciting project. The Lead Cost Controller will be responsible for providing cost expertise through timely monitoring, controlling, analysing and reporting of project cost and progress information. They will have a strong focus on trending, forecasting and management of change.  They will proactively influence management of cost and time outcomes during the project life cycle phases.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Cost manage across engineering, procurement, subcontracts, construction, pre-commissioning phases.
  • Assist with maintaining project controls plan, change management plan and other specific procedures.
  • Deliver packaged cost management, driving budget and change controls, cost monitoring, EV & progress reporting, quantity tracking, trending, forecasting and variance reporting.
  • Responsible for the delivery of the project & division reports, focused on performance reporting against the plan and period variances.
  • Responsible for the quality, accuracy, consistency of cost & progress monitoring, controls, structure and reporting through the Prism tool.
  • Responsible for ensuring project data share between cost & progress, planning and time capture tools.
  • Responsible for developing and analysing specific project trending performance controls & reporting.
  • Responsible for developing basis of forecast controls, defining forecast methodology and assumptions, and delivering time phased forecasts.
  • Responsible for coordinating cost forecast meetings and driving interface of package owners in the forecast process.
  • Responsible to drive the change management process, contingency management, margin & risk reporting.
  • Drive collaborative relationship within project controls team and project management team.
  • Responsible to set-up and implement project construction tool to assist with capturing man-hours, quantities progress against workpacks and indirects.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle; and
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Project Controls Manager - Mongolia

493521

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Project Control Manager for this exciting project. The Project Controls Manager will be required to provider strategic direction and leadership to the Project Controls function onsite. They will be responsible for monitoring and reporting on all aspects of the schedule and cost against approved plans and budgets.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Coordinate Planning and Schedule, Cost and Administration including establishing and maintaining Key Performance Indicators to achieve the Project’s objectives.
  • Assure that the Contractor schedule is in line with the project schedule, analyze trends, monitor progress and provide an early warning if deviations from the schedule are developing.
  • To ensure that the costs of the Contract and its associated administration are controlled and reported effectively and within and in line with Project Requirements.
  • Maintain accurate records of progress and cost and prepare regular reports as per company requirements, assist in audits of the Contractor systems.
  • Provide supervision of Site Cost and Planning Engineers on matters pertaining to cost and planning monitoring.
  • Review purchase order and contract award recommendations for conformance to budget and schedule
  • Accountability for early communication visibly on impacts to time and cost overruns, client or internal
  • Together with the Site Cost and Planning Engineers, conduct regular meetings and reviews with Contractor in order to ensure correct and early resolution of all cost/planning issues
  • Coordinating Cost, Planning, Progress, Change and Reporting deliverables in accordance to contractual and internal requirements for the project.
  • Responsible for project procedures, plans and compliance to Clough CMS operating systems.
  • Drive integrated project controls model through reliable data share between cost, progress & planning systems.

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Unit Rate contract management experience;
  • Managing delays and cost/value forecasting;
  • Training & development of local/National employees;
  • Strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business
  • Prepared to be hands-on and able to coach and develop international staff;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Prism, Primavera and Envision
  • Mature stakeholder management and relationship building skills.

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Lead Planner - Mongolia

492510

Fixed Project

Mongolia

Project Controls

Clough is proud to be part of the Joint Venture GCR (GIP, Clough & RUC) and are currently executing surface infrastructure works on an existing copper & gold mine operation in the South Gobi Desert in Mongolia. It is known to be one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits.

We are currently seeking a highly capable Lead Planner for this exciting project. The Lead Planner will be responsible for the preparation, planning and assessment of the detailed project plan for all stages of the project. They will provide monitor and update, schedules, milestones and completion timetables, as well as prepare regular status reports and forecasting to project management and client review. They will develop, monitor and report on key performance indicators, identify trends and ensure compilation of statistical information.

The successful candidate will be required to work a 4&2 roster FIFO for a period of approx. 24 months. In return, they will be rewarded with a competitive salary and generous site allowances. 

Key responsibilities of the role will include, but are not limited to:

  • Hands-on development and coordination of Project and baseline schedules that are based on best practices
  • Provide Planning input to project reporting including, but not limited to, schedule performance and variance, progress, schedule forecast, KPIs, manning / manpower, productivity and schedule risk.
  • Able to manage the Planning Group across all facets of engineering, procurement, subcontracts, fabrication, construction, pre-commissioning and closeout.
  • Interface with other project controls functions and team leaders to streamline work processes.
  • Provide strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and professionally across all levels of the business;

The successful applicant will possess the following:

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience in a similar position;
  • Preparedness to be hands-on and able to promote and support the professional development and growth of International Staff by identifying skill sets and providing professional development.
  • Experience on hard dollar contracts working effectively with EPCM contractors;
  • Global mining experience ideally on underground mining projects;
  • Advanced experience utilising a range of computer packages and systems such as Primavera P6, PRISM and Oracle

If you want to become part of a company that is focused on excellence in project execution and trained in an environment of high performance, discipline and excellence, then please Apply now.

This is a very exciting time for Clough with many new projects on the horizon. If you meet the necessary requirements above and wish to be part of Clough’s success, then don’t delay – Apply now!

Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

Perth

24 December 2018

Register your interest for upcoming opportunities on the Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

492262

Agency Personnel, Any, Casual, Fixed Project, Fixed Term, Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time

Perth

Support Services: Administration, Support Services: Commercial & Risk, Support Services: Corporate Support Services, Support Services: Document Control, Support Services: Finance, Support Services: Human Resources, Support Services: Information Systems & Technology, Support Services: Quality Assurance, Business Development & Tendering, Commissioning, Fabrication & Construction, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, Project Controls, Project Management, Supply Chain, Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Maintenance Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

• Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract to expand Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs
• Plant capacity to double to 28 billion litres per year, and ensure water security
• Provide climate independent water source to boost drinking water supplies
 
Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie, Western Australia.
 
The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.
 
As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.
 
The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.
 
We invite you to register your interest for upcoming opportunities by clicking on the Apply Now button.  
 
For Trades and Labour positions please apply via e2o who are a Clough owned business and manage the Blue Collar Trades recruitment for this project. Please apply here  jobs.e2o.com.au to register your interest.

Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant - Stage 2

492262

Agency Personnel, Any, Casual, Fixed Project, Fixed Term, Permanent Full Time, Permanent Part Time

Perth

Support Services: Administration, Support Services: Commercial & Risk, Support Services: Corporate Support Services, Support Services: Document Control, Support Services: Finance, Support Services: Human Resources, Support Services: Information Systems & Technology, Support Services: Quality Assurance, Business Development & Tendering, Commissioning, Fabrication & Construction, Health, Safety, Security & Environment, Project Controls, Project Management, Supply Chain, Engineering: Design Engineering, Engineering: Implementation Engineering, Engineering: Maintenance Engineering, Engineering: Performance Improvement, Engineering: Project Engineering

• Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract to expand Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Perth’s northern suburbs
• Plant capacity to double to 28 billion litres per year, and ensure water security
• Provide climate independent water source to boost drinking water supplies
 
Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie, Western Australia.
 
The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.
 
As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.
 
The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.
 
We invite you to register your interest for upcoming opportunities by clicking on the Apply Now button.  
 
For Trades and Labour positions please apply via e2o who are a Clough owned business and manage the Blue Collar Trades recruitment for this project. Please apply here  jobs.e2o.com.au to register your interest.

Graduate/Students

Our people are our most valuable asset. To ensure sustainable business success each year we recruit some of Australia’s brightest graduates and students to inject new ideas and energy into the company.

Graduates
Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start

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Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three-year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training. Professional and technical training complements practical hands on experience to ensure all of our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

The four key components of the Clough Graduate program are:

  • On-the-job and off-the-job development
  • Buddying and mentoring
  • Professional development
  • Personal development 
Students
Students

Clough offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students

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Students

Clough also offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience in your field of study and prepare for graduate employment.

The Clough Summer Internship runs for 12 weeks during the university summer break, involves real work situations and gives you hands-on experience in your chosen discipline. If you perform well during your Summer Internship, you could automatically qualify for graduate employment with Clough. 

How to Apply
How to Apply

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines

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How to Apply

To apply for a Clough Graduate position, you must be a permanent resident and in your penultimate or final year of study, or have graduated within the last two years.

To apply for a Clough Summer Internship position, you must be a Permanent resident of Australia and in your penultimate or final year of study.

Your application must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts will be accepted initially, but official copies of transcripts will be requested during the recruitment process).

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines including:

  • Mechanical
  • Civil/Structural
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation and
  • Chemical/Process

Current opportunities are advertised on our vacancies page. 

 

Graduates

The Clough Graduate program is designed to provide a challenging, interesting and rewarding career start. It is a three-year structured program supporting the development of core competencies and capabilities through relevant experience and training. Professional and technical training complements practical hands on experience to ensure all of our graduates can achieve personal and professional success.

The four key components of the Clough Graduate program are:

  • On-the-job and off-the-job development
  • Buddying and mentoring
  • Professional development
  • Personal development 

Students

Clough also offers an Engineering Summer Internship for penultimate year students. This provides an excellent opportunity to gain practical experience in your field of study and prepare for graduate employment.

The Clough Summer Internship runs for 12 weeks during the university summer break, involves real work situations and gives you hands-on experience in your chosen discipline. If you perform well during your Summer Internship, you could automatically qualify for graduate employment with Clough. 

How to Apply

To apply for a Clough Graduate position, you must be a permanent resident and in your penultimate or final year of study, or have graduated within the last two years.

To apply for a Clough Summer Internship position, you must be a Permanent resident of Australia and in your penultimate or final year of study.

Your application must include a covering letter, a copy of your CV and academic transcripts (unofficial transcripts will be accepted initially, but official copies of transcripts will be requested during the recruitment process).

Opportunities exist for talented engineering graduates and vacation students across a variety of engineering disciplines including:

  • Mechanical
  • Civil/Structural
  • Electrical
  • Instrumentation and
  • Chemical/Process

Current opportunities are advertised on our vacancies page.