Work with New Zealand’s leading project managers, advisors and consultants. At RCP, we are passionate about applying our resources, skills and experience to support the communities in which we live, play and work. We use our deep knowledge of the built environment to make meaningful improvements – social, cultural and environmental.
- Logical thinker.
- Proactive and goal oriented.
- Excellent time management and organisational skills.
- Attentive listener.
- Strong networking skills and the ability to build trusting relationships with people.
We are 100 percent Kiwi owned and managed, and have a technical team of more than 170 project managers nationwide with a variety of different core skillsets. It means we can tap into our capacity and capability across our network to benefit any project, anywhere.
Our 25-year track record of practical, end-to-end project delivery, coupled with our in-house multi-disciplinary expertise, means there are very few challenges we have not encountered. We positively bring this hard-earned know-how to bear across all our services, setting the foundation for success.
RCP has a high-performance culture that puts people at the heart of everything we do. We value diverse experience and seek people from wide-ranging backgrounds with the drive and ability to achieve exceptional results. In return, we support the ambitions of our people, and offer competitive remuneration and benefits.
We are not just project managers, we are team of experienced consultants who provide advice to clients and institutions who own or manage property and infrastructure assets.
About our Grad Programme
We have multiple graduate or intern opportunities throughout New Zealand, each offering you exposure to projects across all our service lines so you can best determine where your career interests lie.
We offer a supportive environment in which you can learn and grow – on the job. You will be guided by experienced mentors, enjoy development opportunities and have access to industry leaders.
We’re looking for people with the following technical and personal skills.
How do I apply?
Use the ‘Apply Now’ button below for the 2022/2023 graduate or intern roles.
What do I need to include in my application?
You will need to upload your current cover letter and CV along with your most recent transcripts.
When do applications close?
22 July 2022
What degree disciplines do we recruit?
We consider Diploma’s, Bachelor’s or Master’s degree graduates from a wide scope of academic fields.
When will I start working?
The start date for Summer internships is November 2022. The start date for graduate roles is February 2023.
Where can I work?
We are currently taking applications for our Auckland, Tauranga, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin offices. The more flexible you can be regarding location, the more opportunities will be open to you.