Predict ‘21: An Insight into Global Consultancy Careers in the Construction Industry

Turner & Townsend

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Chances are you don’t know much about our industry and we’d like to change that. We provide consultancy services for some of the most significant construction and infrastructure projects in the world.

We are market leaders in what we do. Managing complex projects like delivering renewable energy to Australia through the Snowy Mountains Hydro Scheme in New South Wales and developing sustainable tourism in Saudi Arabia through the Red Sea development project.

We have 104 offices in 44 different countries and our employees can be based anywhere on the planet. Technology is disrupting the construction industry in a major way and plays a key role in how we do what we do, and how we can continue to keep doing it better. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to unprecedented change within the industry, accelerating the adoption of technology and changing the way we work forever.

This Insight Day will run from 10 - 12 pm and will cover:

  • What services a global consultancy business like Turner & Townsend provides.
  • What roles exist within our business, with the chance to meet the team and ask questions.
  • How technology is revolutionising our industry to help us build quicker and smarter.
  • How technology can help us to build in a more environmentally friendly way.
  • What career opportunities exist with Turner & Townsend.

This placement will help to demystify careers in Project Management, Cost Management, Technology, and Safety, Health, Environment and Quality.

Skills/Experiences You Will Gain:

Understanding how the organisation operates
Career Development Workshop
Understanding how a business operates
Communication Skills
Problem solving
Using new software
Project work

Great For Students Who Are:

Interested in learning industry basics
Willing to learn
Keen to try new things

Candidate Questions

Below are a number of questions which you will need to answer to apply for this opportunity.
What would you consider a ‘great day’ at work?