Hanson's Management Development Program (MDP) provides graduates from all backgrounds with the opportunity to work alongside some of the most experienced & talented people in the construction industry. The aim of our graduate program is to develop the future leaders of our business. Our MDP allows individuals to gain practical exposure in different parts of our business as well as experience living and working in various locations across Australia.
As part of our MDP, you'll receive.
- A package totalling $AUD 84,000 that includes:
- A starting salary of $62,500 plus superannuation
- A mobile phone and laptop
- A ”tool of trade” company vehicle
- Financial support for relocations within the business
- Technical and management training
- Coaching and mentoring
We recruit in all states of Australia, with graduates expected to rotate through different operational and support functional roles close to capital cities and in regional country areas.
Hear what our graduates are saying.
The culture of the company is very welcoming, and the support provided by management has helped me step into my role with confidence. Hanson has provided me with all the tools to succeed and I look forward to where the MDP program will take me. – Robert Balan, Current Management Graduate Trainee in Brisbane
It’s a hands-on program that gives you a birds-eye view of what Hanson and the industry is all about. With that, you find out where you fit in and how you can have a hand in taking the progression of the company forward. This opportunity is extremely rewarding and definitely one of a kind. - Annaliese Draper, Current Management Graduate Trainee in Perth
The MDP has given me a great amount of exposure to the industry, and the support and development provided by the senior leadership team and my peers has helped me help the business to succeed. I now sit in a role where I make strategic long-term decisions to help the business achieve Heidelberg Cement’s Global Sustainability goals- something I had always hoped I would be doing coming out of University. – Nick Dennis, Former MDP currently a Sustainability and Planning Lead in Brisbane