Who are we?
Monadelphous is a leading Australian engineering group, providing construction, maintenance and industrial services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. We build, maintain and support our customers’ operations through the provision of safe, reliable and efficient engineering solutions.
It’s an opportunity that will take you places. We’re working on some of the biggest and highest profile projects in the resources industry which you have a chance to be a part of. You can build your career, while building the resources industry with us.
We’ve got immediate work, with security through to the end of the year - at a minimum. Beyond 2020 we have much more in store, with opportunities that will give you a chance to make it yours at Monadelphous.
We have a variety of major and minor project opportunities that you can choose from and we’d love to have you join our team.
- Immediate start
- Short-term and ongoing opportunities available
- A variety of projects with blue-chip customers
- Work with a contractor of choice in the Pilbara and South West
- FIFO and DIDO options
I started with Monadelphous in 2013 as a Graduate Engineer on the Graduate Program. I’ve had the opportunity to work on so many different types of projects across many different locations, while being supported every step of the way.
From mining and minerals projects in the Pilbara, to waste water refurbishment programs in New South Wales and sewer upgrades in New Zealand, it’s not all been glamourous but the experience and learnings are irrefutable.
I always keep an open mind, try new things, jump at opportunities when they present themselves and work through each day with a smile on my face – I’d say that’s been the catalyst to the range of project exposure I’ve been fortunate enough to have at Monadelphous, and made my journey here what it has been.
Being promoted to Project Manager is one of my greatest achievements, I love what I do, I get to work with people who share my passion and drive. The sense of achievement you get when you are a part of a project from start to finish, is second to none. Continuous improvement and using achievements as opportunities to be better the next time, continuing to learn and striving to deliver safely and efficiently is what motivates me.
It’s certainly not a boring ride, it’s always interesting. Opportunity is everywhere; if you recognise it and grab hold of it you certainly won’t get pigeonholed. It’s one of the beauties of Monadelphous, working across so many industries with many different customers, the opportunities feel endless.
I get to meet and work with so many great people, both internally and external to Monadelphous. We build strong, lasting relationships and there’s a genuine care about each other both in and out of work. I’d say integrity is one of our strongest values, we hold ourselves and each other accountable, we have mutual respect and we deliver what we promise, that’s what makes us different.
My mantra is to just give it a go. The road of an apprenticeship for example can seem like a long road and daunting at times, but this could really be a massive foundation for future career goals within the industry. All my friends went to college or university which has great benefits, my story is just a bit different – I went to work at 16 with 4am starts, 12 hour days with oil stained hands.
I was lucky enough to be taken on with Monadelphous as a trainee in the Central Welding Group six years ago, and I'm now currently the Senior Welding Specialist for the Group. During this time, I have worked on some of the world’s largest oil and gas and mining projects.
I thrive on challenges, and I have had nothing but fantastic support from my direct managers and others within Monadelphous. It is a passion of mine now to support and mentor the up-and-coming apprentices within Monadelphous and show them the vast career opportunities available to them. Monadelphous has a great family sense of belonging, with great people to work with. I hope to continue to grow within the company and see many more years come and go.
I've learned that you shouldn't be afraid to ask questions. Your work colleagues (who have been in the field and have the skills) really are the ones to pass one the core knowledge. They have inspired me to be the best leader/worker I can be.