Working at PDG
Are you considering an opportunity for employment at PDG but wondering what it is really like to work here?
PDG provides an exciting opportunity for young professionals to build their experience while being supported to develop and grow to their potential. Our approach to career development assists our staff, especially young consultants, to identify their career needs, plan for their realization, implement these plans, and periodically review their progress. This process is tailored to each staff member based on their current role and desired development path. Consultants are encouraged to develop their skills with opportunities for rapid career development and advancement within the firm.
Take a look at the Working at PDG above to see what our current and former employees had to say about PDG’s commitment to continuous learning and development.
PDG is open to considering well-qualified professionals with an interest in public policy and the work that we do. Typical consultants will have a postgraduate degree (generally at least a Masters) in a discipline of relevance to our work. Current staff have academic backgrounds in disciplines such as urban and regional planning, economics, business administration, engineering, public management, and environmental management. If you feel your background and skills suit one of our Practice Areas, you can apply here or respond to adverts for specific positions below.