To support the transition from university to career, SAGE Group provides a number of flexible pathways. SAGE Group offers the opportunity to learn important skills, gain exposure to different industries and apply your technical learnings.
SAGE’s Early Careers Program provides passionate, hardworking graduates with opportunity to apply theoretical learning within a practical environment.
Participants in these programs get access to department/business unit rotations designed to achieve an established set of learning outcomes (also as required for Engineers Australia Chartered status).
SAGE’s Engineering Graduate Development Program helps graduates develop their careers working with skilled professional team members on a variety of interesting and challenging roles.
The undergraduates we support in their internships are given the opportunity to gain meaningful work experience, which often leads to ongoing employment after they graduate.
We welcome placement enquiries from students across a range of disciplines and backgrounds, including (but not limited to):
SAGE’s Innovation Hub hosts a variety of opportunities to collaborate, research and prototype new concepts, emerging technologies and develop new projects. Collaborating with universities, clients, technology partners and vendors, placement students can get hands- on experience and apply their knowledge to conceptualise, plan and execute new ideas.
SAGE Group offers apprenticeships across a variety of different business units. Our apprentices gain hands-on experience and have the opportunity to follow a non-traditional pathway. Some of the placements available include:
Q&A with SAGE electrical apprentice, Ryleigh Hunt
First crossing paths with SAGE as part of the Prelude to the Future Program, Ryleigh quickly turned a two-week work placement into a four-year apprenticeship through her strong work ethic and drive to learn.
Creating a Smarter Future, Better World with Henry Clayden-Rose
Henry Clayden-Rose started his journey with SAGE Automation while still studying at university as a part of SAGE’s graduate engineering program. Since then, he’s called SAGE home – advancing his career while becoming an integral part of the transport team.
Engineering Australia’s energy future
She once lit up the Auckland Harbor Bridge entirely with solar-powered batteries, but for SAGE’s latest energy recruit – Senior Project Manager Samantha Kali – there are many more career highlights.