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Office & Workplace at Downer Group
- Average rating for Workplace, based on 18 reviews7.8 / 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.
Site specific, but generally quite comfortable working conditions.
Very well set out with great facilities that make it comfortable to come into the office each day
Dress code is relaxed because it is a site office. No coffee machine.
Pretty average on all accounts.
Dress code is flexible but Downer do expect you to wear appropriate clothing where required.
The amenities are fairly standard across the offices and sites. There are limited desk spaces at some offices/sites. Head Office locations are accessible by public transport or car. The food options vary depending on office and site. Dress code is business casual at head office and PPE on site.
The offices are nice (corporate offices are nicer) with showers etc. Dress code is usual business dress, more formal business in the head offices (Melbourne and Sydney). Also have casual Fridays
The head office in Sydney and Melbourne CBD office are modern. The dress code depends on your location of work. In head office, it is semi formal (not suits). In depots and worksites, many employees will be wearing PPE or semi formal (in the office). Casual Fridays!