Updating Results

Eagle Technology

4.3
  • #4 in Technology
  • 100 - 500 employees

GIS Graduate Programme

Wellington

Opportunity Expired

Eagle Technology GIS Graduate Programme - find your place in the spatial industry.

Opportunity details

Opportunity Type
Graduate Job
Number of Vacancies
1-3
Salary
NZD 60,000 - 65,000 / Year

Start Date
17 Jun 2024 - 28 Jun 2024

Application dates

Applications Open
4 Mar 2024
Applications Close
2 Apr 2024

Minimum requirements

Accepting International Applications
No
Qualifications Accepted
H
Anthropology & Geography
Classics
Criminology
Development, Migration & Gender
Archaeology & History
International Studies
Languages, Literature & Linguistics
Librarianship & Curatorial Studies
Philosophy
Politics & Policy Studies
Social Work & Sociology
Theology & Comparative Religion
Humanities (all other)
Social Science (all other)
Liberal Arts
I
Artificial Intelligence
Bioinformatics
Computer Graphics & Animation
Computer Science (all other)
Computer Systems and Networks
Cyber Security
Data Science
Programming & Software Engineering
Video Game Development
Design & User Experience
S
Agricultural Science & Management
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Sciences
Ecology & Evolution
Environmental Science
Food Science
Forensic Science
Genetics
Geology
Laboratory Technology
Marine Science
Physics & Astronomy
Veterinary Science
Sciences (all other)
Spatial Science

Hiring criteria

Entry pathway

See details

Working rights

New Zealand

  • New Zealand Citizen
  • New Zealand Permanent Resident
  • New Zealand Temporary Work Visa
Read more

The Eagle Technology 1-year GIS Graduate Programme based in Wellington is about unleashing your potential within the spatial industry in New Zealand.

As a GIS Graduate at Eagle Technology, you will:

  • Discover and Explore the latest geospatial information technology within the ArcGIS System.
  • Get to work on real-life projects in collaboration with our customers, our customers represent a diverse community and all industries including Engineering, Agriculture, Central Government and Local Government.
  • Start the programme by participating in the Eagle Technology Geospatial Accelerated Learning Programme (GALoP).
  • Rotate through all the Eagle Technology GIS teams to learn how we enable our customers to be successful with the ArcGIS System.
  • Have access to outstanding professional and personal development opportunities with ongoing training, coaching and mentoring

Who is Eagle Technology? 

Eagle Technology, as the official Esri distributor for New Zealand and the South Pacific, brings Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or location to the forefront of people's minds. The primary software platform that the Eagle Technology GIS team works with is the ArcGIS system.

Applying

When applying for a job at Eagle Technology you are required to complete a short application form and submit your CV, cover letter and academic transcript.

  • In your cover letter, please tell us why you're passionate about a career with GIS technologies and at Eagle Technology in particular, and please highlight any skills or experience you may have and how they are relevant to a career in this field.

Applicants are required to have a full NZ work visa or NZ citizenship / permanent resident to apply.

Process

If you are success in progressing past the application process, the next stage in the process will be to complete a short video interview. If selected to progress further you will need to attend a final round interview, either in-person or via a virtual meeting depending on the location you are applying from.

Successful applicants have a passion for IT or GIS, show an aptitude for learning and customer service

Hiring criteria

You should have or be completing the following to apply for this opportunity.

Entry pathway
Degree or Certificate
Minimum Level of Study
Bachelor or higher
Study Field
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
I
IT & Computer Science
S
Sciences

Work rights

The opportunity is available to applicants in any of the following categories.

country
eligibility

New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand Citizen

New Zealand Permanent Resident

New Zealand Temporary Work Visa


Graduate Success Stories


  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about GIS is the problem-solving aspect of the job. I enjoy unravelling spatial puzzles, analysing data to uncover insights, and the satisfaction you finding the solution to solve the problem. 

Jack Parker

  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about GIS is the problem-solving aspect of the job. I enjoy unravelling spatial puzzles, analysing data to uncover insights, and the satisfaction you finding the solution to solve the problem. 

Jack Parker

  • Graduate stories
Through the grad programme, you get exposure to a bunch of different products and get the chance to work on a project with a mentor, so before having “real” responsibilities, you go through six weeks of learning and applying skills.

Francisca Arancibia

  • Graduate stories
Through the grad programme, you get exposure to a bunch of different products and get the chance to work on a project with a mentor, so before having “real” responsibilities, you go through six weeks of learning and applying skills.

Francisca Arancibia

  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about GIS is the problem-solving aspect of the job. I enjoy unravelling spatial puzzles, analysing data to uncover insights, and the satisfaction you finding the solution to solve the problem. 

Jack Parker

  • Graduate stories
My favourite thing about GIS is the problem-solving aspect of the job. I enjoy unravelling spatial puzzles, analysing data to uncover insights, and the satisfaction you finding the solution to solve the problem. 

Jack Parker

  • Graduate stories
Through the grad programme, you get exposure to a bunch of different products and get the chance to work on a project with a mentor, so before having “real” responsibilities, you go through six weeks of learning and applying skills.

Francisca Arancibia

  • Graduate stories
Through the grad programme, you get exposure to a bunch of different products and get the chance to work on a project with a mentor, so before having “real” responsibilities, you go through six weeks of learning and applying skills.

Francisca Arancibia