Get Your Feet Wet at PDP

If you are studying engineering at university, you can apply to join PDP as an intern.

This opportunity will allow you to gain real experience of what it is like to work as an environmental engineer at PDP.   It may mean you are offered a permanent position as a graduate once you finish university.

You will have a buddy to help you settle in and to answer all those awkward questions about things that may seem small but are important to know as you find your way around.

Applications are now closed.

Come and meet us!

We are recruiting interns for the 2018/19 summer period in our Auckland, Tauranga and Christchurch offices.

University of Auckland

17 – 18 April 2018, 10:30am – 2:30pm
Faculty of Science, Building 302, Ground Floor Plaza

Presentation Evening
24 April 2018, 5:30pm
Room 423-342, Conference Centre

University of Canterbury

Engineering and Science Careers Fair
9 May 2018, 10:00am – 3:30pm
Undercroft, Puaka-James Hight

Presentation Evening
10 May 2018, 5:00pm
Engineering Core Building, E12

Daniel Wright

BE (Hons) Civil & Environmental Engineering,
to be completed 2018 – University of Auckland

“From day one I was made to feel a part of PDP’s hard-working, team-orientated atmosphere. Each member of the PDP team offer different levels of experience and areas of expertise – which collectively leads to jobs being carried out to the highest standard without anything being overlooked. The attention to detail that is practiced day in and day out is one of the most important things that I will
take with me into my final year at university.”

Joseph Gibson

BE (Hons) Civil & Environmental Engineering,
to be completed 2018 – University of Auckland

“What I enjoyed most about my internship with PDP was the wide variety of projects that I had the opportunity to work on. This included working on a wastewater discharge project for a meat processing plant, designing erosion protection for a stream and modelling an irrigation scheme.”