Another 34 graduates have joined the company’s award-winning program nationally with new starters set to rotate work placements across varied markets in the business ranging from defence to emergency services and our growing space projects.
Graduates come from diverse backgrounds in Integrated Logistics Support, Engineering, Project Management and Finance.
Nova Systems Chief Executive Officer Jim McDowell welcomed the graduates, emphasising the importance of engaging bright young people in the global engineering services and technology solutions company.
Jim McDowell, CEO
“The Nova Systems graduates keep us on our toes as they see things differently and challenge our way of thinking. We embrace the opportunity to teach and mentor as much as we embrace the opportunity to be challenged ourselves”.
Nova Systems has 12 graduates starting in Canberra, 15 in Melbourne, three in Brisbane and four in Adelaide, bringing the total graduate intake this year to 34.
This year’s cohort includes Electrical and Aerospace Engineering graduate Gabriel Simpson in Canberra who also studied Mechanical Engineering and Astrophysics.
“I have high hopes of working my way towards helping develop Australia’s space capabilities,” he says.
Mustapha Chahine has started in the Adelaide office after working as an Aerospace Intern in The Resilient Flight Control program at Defence Science and Technology.
And Jayden Stevens has returned to Nova Systems in Adelaide after completing work experience in the business during 2019 and 2020. He is a Mechanical Engineering and Finance graduate with a background in farming and the wine industry.
The Nova Systems Graduate Program was recently recognised as one of the Fast Movers in GradAustralia’s Top 100 Graduate Employers of 2022.
As the new academic year begins, students can begin planning their own bright future, as applications for the Nova Systems Graduate Development Program open in early April 2022.