Good impressions are important, which is why Stantec’s Graduate Recruitment and Engagement Consultant, Rialet Le Roux will be sharing her tips and insights into making a lasting impression. Join us for some handy tips to start your working career on the right foot.

Looking to work for an organisation that plans, designs, delivers and manages the development and infrastructure needed to support the creation of sustainable, healthy, and prosperous communities?

Looking for strategies to make a lasting impression on industry when you hit the workforce?

If you’re studying any of the below courses, you’ll not want to miss this session!

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronic Engineering
  • Science (Environmental)

This organisation does have working opportunities available for international students.

What does Stantec do

We’ve been working with our clients and communities in Australia for over 65 years. With over 2,500 people working in city centres and integrated regional teams across Australia, we plan, design, deliver, and manage the development and infrastructure needed to support our communities.

 Why do they want to present to you?

Stantec are excited to come to your campus to present tips and tricks while sharing work opportunities with you. We’ll show you how you can play a role in supporting a sustainable future by joining us

What benefits might you find by attending?

You’ll will gain a better understanding of who Stantec is, what they do and offer, as well as their career pathways and opportunities. You’ll also be better positioned and equipped to apply for roles at Stantec after hearing from their Graduate Recruiter. Not to mention, take-home key strategies on making a good impression in the workforce! Read more about Stantec’s opportunities here –

Event Details:
When: Monday 27 February (week 2)
Where: Advanced Engineering Building (49) 301
Time: 12.30pm – 1.45pm

Stantec will be supplying light catering for attendees

If you are an engineering student, you might be able to claim Type B hours (under Category 8) for attending this event. See the activity table for full details.

About Employability Events

EAIT Employability offer a range of events each semester to help you get career ready. Hear from industry on upcoming opportunities in the workforce, tips and tricks on their recruitment process, and start building your professional networks. 


Advanced Engineering Building (49) 301