We Are Locally Dedicated With International Scale

Our strength is our ability to adapt to our client’s culture and local markets. As a global multi-disciplinary business, we offer a wide variety of rewarding career opportunities, from working in specialist areas to contributing to some of the world’s most iconic projects.

 

And although we are a large global business, we aren’t tied down by bureaucracy. We strive to give our people the freedom and flexibility to make their own decisions, whether this is in their daily work or for progressing their career. 

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Culture of Leadership

When you have talent, you want it to grow. So do we. Our leadership framework enables people to learn and develop the skills, tools and attitudes they need to succeed. Our objective is to have the right people in the right place to meet WSP’s current and future leadership requirements.

 

We're here to find solutions to problems, to make things possible for our clients, and to find value for our clients and the communities we live in. If you're a possibility person, then we will support you in turning them into reality.

Inspired by Diversity, Driven by Inclusion

Discover a forward-thinking culture that incorporates some conventional yet non-negotiable qualities—like respect, integrity and trust. We welcome to the table all perspectives, strengths, skills, creeds and genders because we know that diverse ideas breed extraordinary results.

 

We are environmentalists, management consultants, civil engineers, planners, sustainability specialists, acousticians, CAD designers, and drafters – to name a few.

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Gender Balance

Our focus on achieving an increased gender balance in our workforce is shared by many of our clients who also seek equal opportunities for women and men. Here are some comments about gender balance from our President & CEO, ANZ, Guy Templeton.

Current Programs

Parental leave entitlements for Australia and New Zealand

  • Flexible working options
  • Membership at the Diversity Council of Australia
  • Involvement in gender diversity advocacy programs with industry associations such as Consult Australia, Engineers Australia, Engineers New Zealand, Property Council of Australia, Property Council of New Zealand and The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)
  • WSP Women in Engineering' scholarships at the University of Queensland ($8,000) and University of New South Wales ($10,000)
  • Support and encouragement to participate in leading industry award programs such as the NAWIC Awards
  • Our current review of salaries to bridge the remaining gap between men and women, and our commitment to ensure that new employees are paid equally, regardless of gender.

Employee Development

Our people are our most valuable resource, and their knowledge and expertise play an important role in achieving our vision. We offer opportunities for both professional and personal development in addition to providing experience on the job working on WSP projects, the most valuable training.

 

At WSP you can literally have a career within a career. We support those who work with us to progress, whether it's taking a higher role in another division, or even another country. Furthermore, our dedicated learning and development team provide the training and support you need to meet your personal ambitions at whatever stage you are in your career.

Meet Our Extraordinary Women

Click on the links below to learn more about some of the extraordinary women in our business.

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  • Emily Mitchell: GIS Consultant, Transport in our Newcastle office
  • Rachel Smith: Lighting Designer, Specialists – Property in our Sydney office
  • Karen Wilson: Commercial Manager, Environment in our Sydney office
  • Hannah Bleyerveen: Graduate Civil Engineer, Property in our Sydney office
  • Sarah Lowe: Senior Transport Engineer in our Melbourne office
  • Monica Dryden: Systems Engineer for Transport in our Melbourne office
  • Ann Merrick: Team Manager, Transport in our Melbourne office
  • Rachel Mann: Overhead Wiring Engineer for Transport in our Brisbane office
  • Meagan Salter: Team Manager, Water in our Melbourne office
  • Jean Clendinning: Organisational Development Executive in our People Team in our Sydney office
  • Jennika Alatorvinen: Transportation Engineer in our Transport team in Auckland
  • Letitia Hoff: Team Leader for Environmental, Planning and Stakeholder Engagement (EPSE) in our Environment Team in Brisbane
  • Kelly-Jane Wallis: Hydrogeologist in our Resources team in Brisbane
  • Sonia Fernandez:Principal Tunnel Ventilation Engineer in our Transport team in Auckland
  • Susie Pearson:Associate for Environmental, Health & Safety in our Environment team in Melbourne
  • Natalie Lukies:Engineering Manager, Wind in our Power team in Melbourne
  • Audrey Vielle:Graduate Fire & Risk Engineer in our Property team in Auckland
  • Abbie McQueen: Senior Consultant in our Infrastructure Advisory team in Sydney
  • Kate Gilchrist: General Manager Major Projects, Transport is based in Brisbane
  • Angela Hein: Senior Safety, Health & Environment Advisor for WSP’s ANZ business
  • Hay Sun Blunt: Commercial Manager for the ANZ Property & Buildings business
  • Nell Hardy: Graduate Engineer in our Transport team in Sydney
  • Nicole Geale: Senior Water Resources Engineer in our Brisbane business
  • Christelle Oliver: Finance Manager for the ANZ business
  • Kara Agllias: Civil Engineer in our in Newcastle, New South Wales
  • Katie Neilson: Water Engineer in our Sydney office
  • Alex Staak: Senior Structural Engineer for Property in our Adelaide office
  • Karly Spronk: Project Manager for Property in our Sydney office
  • Kate Borg: Principal Project Manager for Transport in our Melbourne office
  • Kristy Ferguson: Senior Business Analyst for Digital in our Melbourne office
  • Lisa Schwarz: Hydraulics Designer for Property in our Brisbane office
  • Sara Rollason: Technical Executive Network Performance for Transport in our Sydney office
  • Sindy Williamson: Group Commercial Leader – Transport, in our Brisbane office
  • Veronica Swamy: Senior Project Manager for Transport in our Auckland office
  • Shya Jackson: Chemical Engineer and Environmental Manager in the Contaminated Land team in our Adelaide office
  • Penny Campbell: Structural Engineer in Sydney's growing Transport business
  • Kezia LloydAcoustics Associate for Sydney's Specialist team
  • Shay Gordon-Brown: Structural Engineer and Design Manager in Brisbane
  • Rikki-Lea James: Graduate Sustainability Consultant in our Brisbane office
  • Hayley Martin: Civil Engineer in Perth
  • Rebecca Tennant: Water Engineer in our South Australian office
  • Heidi Sick: Chemical Engineer in our Power business
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    Join A Winning Team

    Our Talent Acquisition team is proactively searching for senior women to join the business. If you are a high performing professional woman, interested in joining our winning team, please contact the Talent Acquisition team: at engineeredHERway@wspgroup.com