Aurecon: Graduate / Internship Programme 2021

2021 Graduate Recruitment (Africa)


Cape Town




Who are we?

Aurecon (currently rebranding as Zutari) is a global engineering, design and advisory company, but not as you know it. We’ve re-imagined engineering.Our clients’ ideas and aspirations drive all that we do, and we work alongside them, to co-create clever, innovative solutions to some of the world’s most complex challenges.

Why should you work for us?

At Aurecon, we work together with our clients in multi-disciplinary teams and draw on our well-honed skills and experience, to move beyond established boundaries and thereby help Africa grow. We provide individuals who have a passion for Engineering with the  creative and critical skills needed to explore and utilise their real strengths. Your commitment to Aurecon will offer you the opportunity to co-create inspired, distinctive and sustainable solutions for some of the continent’s most complex challenges.You are also given the tools to drive your own career while receiving the support and guidance to register professionally.

What are we looking for?

We are looking for graduates with a diverse skillset to help us reshape Africa through human-centered design and engineering.  If you are a team player with an interest in people, have a can-do attitude and you are wired to make a positive impact to society, you might be what we need. Final year undergraduate & Masters students with a focus on one of the following disciplines:Civil, Mechanical, Electrical / Electronic, Industrial, Mechatronics, Chemical, Geotechnical, Pavement, Structural, Ports & Coastal Engineering

Aurecon believes that a diverse work force is key to our business success.  We seek the best people for our jobs based on their skills, qualifications and experience. We embrace the principle of equal opportunity in employment and we work towards eliminating all forms of unlawful discrimination in our employment practices. In support of diversity and the equal opportunity principle, preference will be given to individuals from designated groups within South Africa.


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