85 episodes

The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP) is proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers. During the show our co-hosts, Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge), talk to young professionals about what they do in their day-to-day roles, how they got there and what they have learnt along the way.

The Young Professionals Podcast Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant and Annie Storey at ADAPT Careers

    • Business
    • 4.6 • 41 Ratings

The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP) is proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers. During the show our co-hosts, Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge), talk to young professionals about what they do in their day-to-day roles, how they got there and what they have learnt along the way.

    #85: Mark Isaacs | Co-Founder @ Analyst Economy

    #85: Mark Isaacs | Co-Founder @ Analyst Economy

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge).



    For our last TYPP Episode this series, we chat with Mark Isaacs, co-founder of Analyst Economy, a community of freelance analysts.



    After high school in England, Mark studied Geography at Oxford University, focusing on Climate Research. After university, Mark took up an internship position at Futures in the UK, which is a global sports business consultancy. Futures gave Mark the opportunity to move to Australia, which he did in 2015, from London to Sydney.



    Mark then led the opening of the Futures Melbourne office, where he ended up leading a team of analysts and working as an in-house consultant at Cricket Australia.



    Mark recently left Futures to start his own business, Analyst Economy, which we loved exploring in this episode.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 29 min
    #84: Elisabethe-Anne Peart | Audiologist @ The Eye & Ear Hospital

    #84: Elisabethe-Anne Peart | Audiologist @ The Eye & Ear Hospital

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge).



    Today we chat with Elisabethe Peart, an Audiologist working in a diagnostic role at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (https://www.eyeandear.org.au). Liz completed a 4-year Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology at Canterbury University (https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/study/qualifications-and-courses/bachelors-degrees/bachelor-of-speech-and-language-pathology-honours) in New Zealand.



    After completing her degree, Liz enrolled in a 2-year Master of Audiology at Melbourne University (https://study.unimelb.edu.au/find/courses/graduate/master-of-clinical-audiology), completing an internship at a rehabilitation audiology role in regional Victoria before moving back to the city for a diagnostics role in a hospital.



    Liz now spends her days testing patient hearing imbalances, where these results are then used by doctors to diagnose and treat their patients.



    With less than 2 years of work experience under her belt, she is the most junior member on her team and is a testament to learning from your surroundings every day.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 31 min
    #83: Kyle Duerden | Graphic Designer @ Hawthorn Football Club (AFL)

    #83: Kyle Duerden | Graphic Designer @ Hawthorn Football Club (AFL)

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge).



    Today we chat with Kyle Duerden, an in-house graphic designer at the Hawthorn AFL Football Club (https://www.hawthornfc.com.au). Kyle started out his journey studying Communication Design and Graphic Design at Swinburne University (https://www.swinburne.edu.au/courses/find-a-course/design/communication-graphic-design/), where he enjoyed a final year focusing on a real-world innovation project which we loved exploring in this episode.



    Kyle has a unique journey getting into the graphic design industry and strongly believes in giving things a go, learning from what doesn’t work before making your next move.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 33 min
    #82: Cameron Butler | Site Engineer @ John Holland

    #82: Cameron Butler | Site Engineer @ John Holland

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge). 



    This week we chat with Cameron Butler, Project Engineer at John Holland (https://www.johnholland.com.au), where he’s currently working on the Level Crossing Removal Project (https://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au).



    Cam studied at Monash University, completing a Bachelor of Engineering (https://www.monash.edu/study/courses/find-a-course/2022/engineering-e3001) and Bachelor of Commerce (https://www.monash.edu/study/courses/find-a-course/2022/commerce-b2001), after which he decided to continue down the engineering route. Before John Holland, Cam did some vacation work at United Energy (https://www.unitedenergy.com.au) before spending some time at Cardno (https://www.cardno.com) as a Geotechnical Engineer.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 36 min
    #81: Luke Popovic | Process Engineer @ Viva Energy

    #81: Luke Popovic | Process Engineer @ Viva Energy

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge).



    Tune into this week’s episode with Luke Popovic, Process Engineer at Viva Energy (https://www.vivaenergy.com.au), the operator of the oil refinery in Geelong, Victoria, which is the supplier of about a quarter of Australia’s fuel requirements.



    Before Viva, Luke held roles as a graduate Process Engineer at Wood Group (https://www.woodplc.com), an engineering consulting firm. Before that, Luke was involved in various university placements. Luke studied a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (https://www.monash.edu/study/courses/majors-minors-specialisations/2022/specialisations/chemical-engineering-xs0002) and a Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science (https://www.monash.edu/study/courses/find-a-course/2022/pharmaceutical-science-p2001) at Monash University.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 38 min
    #80: Tom Bennett | Innovation Manager @ Carlton & United Breweries

    #80: Tom Bennett | Innovation Manager @ Carlton & United Breweries

    The Young Professionals Podcast (TYPP), proudly brought to you by ADAPT Careers (https://adaptcareers.com.au) and co-hosted by Luke Marriott and Nicholas Sargeant (Sarge).



    This week we chat with Tom Bennett, Innovation Manager at Carlton & United Breweries (https://cub.com.au), a business unit within Asahi Beverages.



    Tom completed a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne (https://study.unimelb.edu.au/find/courses/undergraduate/bachelor-of-arts), majoring in Media and Communications, during which he interned at an independent creative agency.



    Our guest's diverse career began with his first full-time job as a Media Coordinator for Starcom (https://www.starcomww.com), and has included other roles working in-house as a Media Analyst at Helloworld Travel (https://www.helloworld.com.au), as an Account Manager at an independent creative agency AJF, then onto Asahi as a New Product Development Manager.



    CUB’s portfolio of brands include some of the biggest in the market with the likes of Carlton Draught, VB, Great Northern, Asahi, and Peroni (CUB) and Vodka Cruiser and Woodstock (Premium Beverages). Not to mention their Craft portfolio, including 4 Pines, Mountain Goat, Balter and Yak.



    Tom was working at Asahi during their merger with CUB a couple of years ago, which we look forward to diving into in this week’s episode.



    If you have a career story you would like to share, a role you would like to learn more about or any questions you would like us to ask young professionals, you can reach us through any of our social media that can be found at TYPP.com.au. We would love to hear from you!

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Student46203 ,

Year 11 Student

Great perspective on issues faced by young Australians. Also love the collaboration with a business who specialised in career counselling. Great job Luke and Sarge.

cmccaskie ,

Practical and Insightful

Luke and Sarge do a fantastic job of breaking down the barriers between school, university and the workforce. They speak to a wide range of industry professionals who aren’t afraid sharing their experiences. There’s an episode for everyone!

Adam AO ,

Wish this was around when I was at University

Listening to Luke and Sarge discuss different career paths and opportunities has made me realize how little I knew coming out of high school and university. The conversational nature of the podcast offers a unique perspective into what different careers may hold for different people.

Despite being three years in the work force these interviews have also offered insights that I plan to implement in my own career pathway.

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