Unsure as yet. Advice I have been given is to always work like you're in the running for a promotion. Can't really go wrong that way.
Do not know yet. I want to become a project engineer at the end of my rotation, but will see what happened. it is very much depending on the business demands too.
To move it takes hard diligent work and always being open to new opportunities even of they are not in the exact line of work you'd want to do. Opportunities are all over but require an understanding that one has to place themselves in front of the right people at the right time to get advice, mentorship and guidance to the right position opportunity
Graduate, Perth Western Australia
The Graduate Program is tailored to produce well-rounded and skilled graduates to lead in their respective fields within the company. The program is focused on providing you with the tools necessary to be a leader, including support to achieve accredited status in your discipline. As such, there are many opportunities after the completion of the Graduate Program to excel in the company. The networks developed during the program can help you with this. As a company with an emphasis on supportive management, it is important to take initiative in providing solutions and support to internal customers within the business. Aligning with the values of Austal and providing service with a can-do attitude will carry you for miles.