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Career Prospects at Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
- Average rating for Career Prospects, based on 14 reviews7.3 / 10
Please tell us about promotion possibilities and fill us in on what it takes to move up the ranks.
Through performance monitoring there is an opportunity to move up a pay grade after 18 months. There is also opportunity to apply for positions while you are still on the graduate program (once you have a position you move out of the program).
Entry level, Sydney
Varies from department to department, but there is a lot of potential for rising through the ranks - especially for young hungry people.
At this stage I am unsure of how it would be possible for me to move up the ranks, as a restructure is currently in place.
The industry contains many people advanced in their career who are ready to move on. Also inspired and energetic youngsters stand out
At this point in time moving up the ranks seems quite fluid. However, I've come into the company at a time of change management, so there is a large amount of movement occurring. I've already received a promotion. Other opportunities come up quite often and any employee can apply if they have the requirements, and sometimes even if the criteria isn't met exactly. To move up the ranks, you need to fulfill your targets that formally set with your supervisor, as well as what is contained in the job description.
There are no guarantees, but graduates are recruited to areas where there is a business need identified for the future. A number of previous and current graduates have been successful in obtaining jobs