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Bmd Indigenous Scholarship

BMD - Australia,

Education, Childcare & Training
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

About BMD

The BMD Group is one of Australia’s largest privately owned engineering, design, construction and land development contractors. We deliver projects for clients and partners in the urban development, transport infrastructure, resources and energy and defence sectors.

Established in 1979, BMD has 15 office locations and operates in every state and territory across Australia. We employ approximately 1700 people and have over 100 active projects at any one time.

At BMD, we respect and value diversity, providing employment and development opportunities to create a safe and equitable workplace that fosters an environment for our people to achieve to their full potential.

The BMD Indigenous Scholarship was established to provide real career progression and development opportunities for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees through increased awareness of diversity encompasses the value we see in the contributions different backgrounds can make and aligns with our business motto ‘our business is our people’.

About the scholarship

The scholarship recipient will receive $10,000 paid as a stipend, in four instalments of $2,500 per semester for up to two years, following confirmation of the student’s enrolment after the census date of each semester, commencing semester one in the initial scholarship year.

The scholarship may contribute to Commonwealth assisted fees or provide a study stipend.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to undertake paid, ongoing casual work experience as an undergraduate while you complete your study. BMD undergraduates don’t just work in their university holidays, but rather their teams work with students to arrange flexible, ongoing employment that fits in with their study commitments throughout their degree.

Scholarship eligibility and details

To be eligible, students must:

  • be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent
  • provide written confirmation of their Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage.
  • provide proof or confirmation of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage
  • be studying full-time (minimum of three units per semester), either externally or on-campus. Students can be studying at any Australian university.
  • be entering their third, or halfway through the third, year of full-time study in an eligible bachelor’s degree in any of the following streams:
    • Civil Engineering
    • Construction Management
    • Environmental
    • Safety
  • maintain a minimum pass grade to continue to receive the stipend.

As part of the successful student’s acceptance of the scholarship, they must agree to promotion of their award of the BMD Indigenous Scholarship through channels including, but not limited to, social media, mainstream media, website content and publications.

How to apply

Apply using the online application form by the close date, 5:00pm AEST Friday 5 March, 2020. Your application will need to include the following attachments:

  • a copy of your academic record
  • a copy of your resume/curriculum vitae (CV).

Contact Morgan Morganti, Human Resources, Human Resources Officer on [email protected] or 07 3893 7000 with any questions related to the scholarship.

What happens next?

Applications will be reviewed and assessed by a selection panel. Scholarship applicants are assessed based on:

  • information submitted in your application
  • how you meet the selection criteria.

Applicants will be notified by 31 March 2021 of their application outcome.

Advertised: 17 Dec 2020 E. Australia Standard Time
Applications close: 05 Mar 2021 E. Australia Standard Time