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Graduate and undergraduate program

The current program is underway, so we are not taking applications at this time.

Westernport Water’s graduate program provides various opportunities for developing recently graduated and summer students to become the future water professionals.

Water industry traineeship

The current program is underway, so we are not taking applications at this time.

A water industry traineeship is a great way to start a career in the water industry.

If you’re determined to enter a career that will offer you a chance to make a positive contribution to your community, and the ability to get outdoors and keep fit, you should consider this traineeship.

This traineeship is in Water Operations, covering areas such as Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment, Field Maintenance and Geospatial Information Systems (GIS).

It runs for a 2 year period and includes both on the job training and as formal education leading to a Certificate II in Water Operations.

All expenses associated with the further education will be paid by Westernport Water in addition to a trainee salary.

A mentor will be assigned to the trainee to support his/her introduction to the work and the ongoing learning process over the 2 years.

For enquiries, email recruitment@westernportwater.com.au.

To apply please send your cover letter, resume and response to the key selection criteria to recruitment@westernportwater.com.au alternatively you can drop by our Newhaven office for paper applications.

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VCAL placements

Westernport Water supports VCAL placements for year 12 students.

For enquiries, email recruitment@westernportwater.com.au.

Aswin Raveendran – Graduate Engineer

My experience at Westernport Water has been phenomenal. The ideal balance of on-site and office based tasks continue to keep the job interesting and fresh every day. I have been given the opportunity not only to consolidate the engineering knowledge gained from my university degree with practical experience, but also have a well-rounded appreciation for the entire organisation and the integral role that it plays within the community.