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Summer Vacation Program

Our summer vacation program is for students in their second last year of tertiary study.

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Date published: 06 Aug 2012

Summer Vacation Program

About the QGC Summer Vacation Program

The QGC Summer Vacation Program targets students in their penultimate year of study providing them with hands-on work experience to improve their technical ability and commercial awareness.

The 10 to 12 week paid program provides a challenging scope of work or project which the student will complete under the guidance and support of a line manager and professional mentor.

Various development sessions and a field trip provide vacation students with the opportunity to gain a broader awareness of the varying functions within QGC and also to allow them to build on their existing industry knowledge through interactions with past graduates, subject matter experts and senior QGC and BG Group managers.

The Summer Vacation Program is an ideal opportunity for students to experience QGC first hand and gain early access to our graduate programs.

Recruitment process
Applications open:  1 May 2014
Applications close:  25 June 2014
Recruitment process:  Our recruitment process may include online testing, telephone interview, face-to-face interview, group assessment centre, background checks, medical.
Telephone screens: Mid July to late July
Assessment centres Early August
Offers:     Late August
 

"The program gave me many opportunities to develop as a young geologist. The field trip and regular one on one meetings with my manager were extremely valuable to my development as I learnt how to apply my theoretical knowledge from study to the
real world of petroleum exploration."
Owen, Undergraduate Geologist

 
QGC welcomes applicants studying in the below disciplines:
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Well Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering /
    Environmental Science
  • Petroleum Engineering
  • HSSE
  • Geology & Geophysics
  • Contracts & Procurement
  • Commercial
  • Finance
  • Energy Marketing & Trading

 

"As a vacation student I was given the responsibility of completing projects that will make an impact on the company. I was lucky enough to attend a coal seam gas training session and visit the field which gave me a good understanding of how engineers work together in the industry."
Josh, Undergraduate Engineer

QGC is developing coal seam gas in the Surat Basin of southern Queensland for domestic and export markets through its Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project.