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Office & Workplace at Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 14 reviews7.7 / 10
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
The office spaces at ANSTO are varied. Some of the buildings are quite old and some are new. My current office space is an open plan cubicle type area in a new building so it is quite nice. Dress code is generally smart casual to casual corporate. Many of the management wear suits but the engineering staff often wear work gear. The location I am working in is quite far out of the city and a bit of a pain to get to on public transport. There is a cafe on site though so there's a place to eat if you don't want to bring your lunch from home and the food there is pretty good and decently priced.
Fantastic. I do know that some facilities on site are less modern though. 2x huge monitors was great
The location is fairly remote, but set amongst beautiful bushland. There is plenty of space to eat lunch outdoors, go jogging/cycling and play sport. Because of the age of the workplace, many buildings/offices/laboratories are old, but we make a good effort in sharing facilities and keeping costs down. The dress code varies substantially from area to area due to PPE requirements and specific work activities.
My office looks out into lush bushland, with a family of kookaburras living in a tree. The aesthetic is brilliant. However, if you'd like to eat out, it's a drive rather than a stroll to find some options.
Offices are comfortable. Location is awesome - surrounded by national park and away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Dress code is on the casual end of business, certainly not suits and ties.
Huge amount of space, and a mix of personal offices and shared offices for the extra company Dress code is flexible
The company's office spaces vary. There are multiple buildings on site and some are older than others. As expected, the newer buildings are more pleasant to be in but efforts are made to ensure the equipment is top notch and if I want I can get a standing desk. Each building meets Australian Standard requirements, with good kitchen and showering facilities. As a requirement by law, the company is quite isolated, but it is quite beautiful as it is surrounded by bushland and there is plenty of space to spend outside. Often going to meetings requires walking between buildings, which is an easy way to get out of the office. There is no dress code, except for safety requirements. i.e. safety boots or long pants in certain areas. There is also a uniform shop where company issue clothing and safety clothing can be acquired if one desires to wear it.
Some areas are older as this is a growing company, but the facilities make up for this. There are stylish and comfortable uniforms available