There are a significant number of live infrastructure projects in Australia that offer great career prospects for construction professionals. These projects include job opportunities to join leading engineering, project management and contracting organisations in roles such as planners, project managers, civil engineers and quantity surveyors.
Major airport, rail, and metro projects, each with billion-pound budgets, are located in major urban areas such as Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth. To learn more, check out our blog post on Australian Infrastructure 

In addition, a range of school, hospital and residential projects are underway that are requiring both local and expatriate / international skilled construction professionals to join project teams.

There are also some fantastic job opportunities to work within the specialist area of construction disputes with a range of claims and expert dispute work available within both Quantum & Delay specialisms.

You can browse our Featured Australian jobs below or start a search of all our Australian jobs. 

Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

Is Recruitment in the Hong Kong Construction Industry Sustainable?

This week Richard attended the Hong Kong Construction Industry Council’s Global Construction Sustainability Forum and Exhibition where he discussed the forecasted volume of work planned for the coming years and the critical shortage of manpower faced by the construction industry.…

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When is it Time to Move Jobs?

Moving jobs is a big decision that will affect both your career and general well-being. Moving jobs is a personal and subjective decision that depends on numerous factors, but there are definitely signs that can indicate it might be time to consider a job change.…

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Quantity Surveyors - Considering Working Internationally?

Moving abroad to take up a construction job can be an exciting and rewarding experience. Here, Daria addresses some of the key factors that Quantity Surveying professionals should consider before relocating abroad.…

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The Value of Networking

Paul Gibbons, Chief Executive Officer at Decipher Group Ltd shares his insight and experience of Networking and how to get the most out of it and not doing a hard sales pitch. In our industry, networking is about understanding your audience and advising them about what you do, how you got into the profession and what brought you to that event today.…

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Construction and Insolvency in the UK 2023

In the UK, the construction sector has had more insolvencies during the past five years than any other industry. At times, the construction industry in the UK finds itself navigating the complex terrain of insolvency, presenting both risks and opportunities for businesses in the field. …

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Industry News

Plant hire firms could be owed tax back after GAP’s landmark legal victory

Plant hire company GAP Group has won a tax dispute with HM Revenue & Customs that could have repercussions for whole industry, its trade association is saying.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 7 December, 11:40

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Roger Bullivant bridges gap with 3500 series rigs

Piling specialist Roger Bullivant has developed new series of driven piling rigs.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 7 December, 11:30

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Bouygues Murphy JV lands Lower Thames tunnel contract

National Highways has awarded a joint venture of Bouygues Travaux Publics and Murphy a £2.3bn contract to build the country’s largest bored tunnels.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 7 December, 09:37

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Eight out of 10 Scots face late payment

Late payment problems remain endemic across the Scottish construction industry, a new survey confirms.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 7 December, 08:25

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McLaren and Arlington picked for York Central regeneration

McLaren Property and Arlington Real Estate have been selected as the strategic developer for one of the UK’s largest city centre regeneration schemes.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 7 December, 07:55

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