How do I find out about and apply to open vacancies?

We advertise all our current vacancies via the Careers page on our website. Please visit www.lendlease.com/careers where you can search for and apply to our open vacancies. 

The first time you apply for a role you will be asked to register your details and create a user profile that includes creating a username and password.  Please keep these details handy – you will need them for the next time that you login to your account.  

Protecting your privacy is important to us so, to ensure your personal details are stored securely, we only accept applications submitted through our Careers’ website.

How do I find out about future opportunities?

You can access the Current Vacancies on our Careers Page at anytime to review current vacancies.  Once you have applied, your details can be used in future applications.

How can I contact the recruitment team at Lendlease?

If our Talent Acquisition team haven’t answered your query with any of the above information, please submit an enquiry to careers@lendlease.com and we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible.

Will the recruitment process involve any additional testing and/or checks?
Depending on the role, the responsibilities and, in some cases, the local legislation, during our recruitment process you may be asked to complete additional checks. You will be informed during the recruitment process if this applies.

All assessments, checks and testing is filed in accordance with local privacy and compliance requirements.

There are a number of different ways we can support a person experiencing disability. Please advise our Talent Acquisition team of any accessibility needs you may have.
 
Why do you ask personal questions that would identify a person’s gender, ethnicity or disability and how is this data used?
These questions are optional and the responses are used for trending purposes and remain hidden from the hiring manager.

Each year Lendlease participates in Government reporting and surveys to track progress against diversity targets. This information assists us in completing these reports, and also provides insight into the robustness of our processes.
 
What type of education or work experience background do I need to work at Lendlease?
Lendlease is a diverse business and we look for candidates with a broad range of qualifications and work experience. We are committed to outstanding performance and want you to achieve your personal best while working in an inclusive and collaborative environment.  We actively encourage diversity in thought and experience. 

By reviewing the job details you should be able to determine if your skill set meets the criteria for the role. 
 
Does Lendlease hire or sponsor non-residents?

Does Lendlease hire non-residents?

Within each region there are restrictions and eligibility criteria to work in that location that employers such as Lendlease must adhere to. Any International applications will be assessed in accordance with this legislation. 

Please also refer to the section below regarding sponsorship.

Does Lendlease sponsor non-residents to work in Australia?

Lendlease will consider sponsoring employees to work where the eligibility criteria is met as outlined and where we are unable to directly employ residents with the requisite visa. Please let us know your residency status during the application and recruitment process. You will be asked to supply your recruiter or hiring manager with a copy of your current visa (if applicable) and photo page of your passport. 
AUS: Trades, Apprenticeships and General Labour Recruitment

Relevant to Australian applicants only.

Lendlease subcontract the vast majority of trades and labour recruitment to third party suppliers, so we do not have visibility of the majority of these roles. You can find more information at the specific project offices. 

Building Code

Priority given to residents.
 
Workday FAQs
How do I find out about and apply to open vacancies?
We advertise all our current vacancies via the Careers page on our website. Please visit www.lendlease.com/careers where you can search for and apply to our open vacancies. 

The first time you apply for a role you will be asked to register your details and create a user profile that includes creating a username and password. Please keep these details handy – you will need them for the next time that you login to your account.  

Protecting your privacy is important to us so, to ensure your personal details are stored securely, we only accept applications submitted through our Careers website.
How many jobs can I apply for?
There’s no limit to how many jobs you can apply for and we encourage your application across any roles that are aligned to your skills and experience.
Do I have to apply through the Lendlease Careers Website?
Yes. We do not accept applications via email or general expressions of interest. The reason we insist on this is to protect your privacy and to make sure that your personal information is stored securely. 
Is my application confidential?
Lendlease takes every measure to protect your privacy and ensure that your personal information is stored securely. Your application details are kept confidential in accordance with the Lendlease privacy policy. For more information please visit http://www.lendlease.com/au/privacy/
What happens after I apply?
Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll receive a confirmation email acknowledging receipt. Your application will then be assessed by the Talent Acquisition Consultant looking after the role. 

If the Talent Acquisition Consultant wishes to progress your application, you will be contacted via phone and invited to participate in an initial phone interview.

If your application progresses past this point of the process, you will be invited for a face-to-face interview. 

You can log into your account at any time to check the status of your application. Under My Applications you will see each role(s) that you have applied for and the status of that application.
 
How can I find out the status of my application?
You can log into your account at any time to check the status of your application. Under My Applications you will see each role(s) that you have applied for and the status of each application.

To acknowledge your application you will be sent a system generated email to confirm receipt. If your details have been progressed to a further stage in our process, we will be in touch with you.   
 
I have forgotten my password/email details. How do I retrieve them?

I have forgotten my password. How do I recall or reset my password?

From the Current Vacancies on our Careers homepage, select sign in and “forgot password” and simply follow the prompts to reset your password.

I have forgotten the email address I used in my original application. How can I find this?

Firstly, you may try to find the original registration email which would have been sent to your inbox upon your original application to Lendlease. 
 
If you are unable to find your registration email, please email peopleconnect@lendlease.com
I have been referred to a position by an employee at Lendlease. How do I acknowledge the referral?
When you apply to the position that you were referred to, within the “How did you hear about us?” section select Employee Referral and then enter the name and email address of the person who referred you.
Workday FAQs
What should I expect in my interview?

We use a selection interview technique which includes questions that have been designed to draw out previous patterns of accomplishments relevant to the role we are recruiting.  Interviews may be conducted over the phone or in person.

What kind of accessibility assistance can be offered in the interview process?

Lendlease partners with Australian Network on Disability (AND) and we will happily work with candidates to accommodate their accessibility needs. 

I attended an interview and have not received any feedback yet. How can I get in touch?
Your Talent Acquisition Consultant will reach out to you to discuss the outcome of your interview.  If you have not heard back within a reasonable time frame, please contact your Talent Acquisition Consultant directly. 

 

FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES

How do I find out about future opportunities?

You can access the Current Vacancies on our Careers Page at anytime to review current vacancies. Once you have applied, your details can be used in future applications.

Can I submit a general expression of interest for jobs at Lendlease?

We don’t accept general expressions of interest. This is to protect your privacy and to make sure that your personal information is stored securely.   

Does Lendlease have a Graduate or Undergraduate program?

Please refer to the following pages/links for more information on the Graduate programs in your region:

Australia: http://www.lendlease.com/au/careers/graduate-program/
United Kingdom: http://www.lendlease.com/uk/careers/graduate-programme/
United States: http://www.lendlease.com/us/careers/graduate-program/
Singapore: http://www.lendlease.com/sg/careers/graduate-program/
Malaysia: http://www.lendlease.com/my/careers/graduate-program/
China: 
http://www.lendlease.com/cn/careers/graduate-program/
Japan: 
http://www.lendlease.com/jp/careers/graduate-program/

How can I contact the recruitment team at Lendlease?

If we haven’t answered your query with any of the above information, please submit an enquiry to careers@lendlease.com and we will endeavour to respond as soon as possible

Agency queries

Within each of our regions we have a centralised national Talent Acquisition function with full responsibility for managing the recruitment process, candidate attraction strategy, and employment brand across our diverse business. On the rare occasion that we cannot fill these roles ourselves, we will engage directly agencies with whom we have previously established relationships. In this instance, we will contact the agencies to brief them on the role and this is the only time that we accept agency candidates. Outside of this scenario we do not accept or track floated candidates.
Any resume received outside of this process will not be identified or acknowledged as owned by any agency forwarding them.