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Type of Organisation

Engineering design and consultancy

Employer Profile

At KBR, we partner with government and industry clients to provide purposeful and comprehensive solutions with an emphasis on efficiency and safety. With a full portfolio of services, proprietary technologies and expertise, our more than 36,000 employees are ready to handle projects and missions throughout their entire lifecycle, from planning and design to sustainability and maintenance. Whether at the bottom of the ocean or in outer space, our clients trust us to deliver the impossible on a daily basis.


In Australia our two main businesses are Government Solutions (GS) and Infrastructure Services (IS). GS serves customers including government, military and commercial organisations with solutions across Integrated Support, Mission IT & Security and Systems & Training. IS offers professional consulting services to private and public sector clients, including Federal & State governments, state transport authorities and many major utilities.


Key areas for IS include Transport, Water & Environment, Buildings & Defence Infrastructure and Program Management Consultancy.


Locations where there are vacancies for graduates

Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth


Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply

All Candidates Considered including International Students​. For GS, candidates must be Australian Citizens.


Roles available for Graduates 

Engineering including Structural - Buildings/Defence;Structural - Water;Structural - Transport;Civil - Roads;Civil - Water;Civil - Hydrology;Electrical; Environmental; Maritime; Mechanical; Systems; Signalling; Telecommunications.



Project Management

Project Controls / Scheduling / Commerce

Digital engineering

Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply

Engineering degrees

Project management degrees

Digital engineering certifications

Any double degree that includes engineering or project management

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