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Reviews by AECOM graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.2GradAustralia surveyed 59 graduates working at AECOM. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 59 responses.
- Flexibility to take time off
- Diversity of work and all the people are great to work with. company seems to win lots of work
- The opportunities afforded to me as a young engineer. Working with a great team of motivated professionals.
- Multi discipline and international company
- Flexible time and working arrangement, good working environment.
- Be prepared for significant changes in processes and procedures. Although this can be viewed as a positive, as it is a reflection of the importance the company places on developing these.
- Too many levels of management
- Clunky Processes/Systems. the inertia that comes with a company of this scale
- High pressure
- The fluctuating working hours
What insiders say about…
Structural design of iconic buildings, liaising with builders, architects and clients
Collegiate, lively group, frequent out of hours catch ups. Everyone is willing to pitch in to meet goals and deadlines
Online game, 2 phone interviews, 2 in-person interviews
40 hours, no extra has really been required so far
Graduate pay is good, probably above average for the industry. Professional level pay is below average, and the process by which annual pay increases are decided seems unclear and inconsistent. There is a perception that politics matters more than performance. There is a perception that the company is unwilling to increase pay even when the external market is doing well.
Very flexible work hours. Real espresso machines. Beautiful offices with open space, plants, group work areas, and big lunchrooms.
I feel in most cases that they are good mentors. More performance feedback would be good.
Have not started graduate programme yet, on the job training is very good
Progression is primarily time based.
AECOM has a published commitment to closing the gender pay gap, recruiting and promoting more women. Also provides flexible work opportunities. Compared to other engineering companies I think we are probably leading in this area, with the Australia & New Zealand Managing Director and many other senior staff female
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