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Reviews by Jetstar graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.7GradAustralia surveyed 8 graduates working at Jetstar. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 8 responses.
- Great environment and Culture. Lots of Challenging Projects
- No day is the same, variety, diverse group of people, amazing aircraft!
- Friendly staff, high responsibility, trust from managers, staff benefits, enjoyable workplace
- Opportunity to get involved in high profile projects, people, culture
- A large company, still getting familiar with it all.
- It can be very office based and not based out in the field as much. In this case, getting out and working at the airport.
- Lean so busy workload
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Jetstar's culture is great. The way the office is designed you may be sitting next to a senior manager or a head of. Most people are easily approachable, friendly and always willing to help. It does not matter where you are in hierarchy of the company, everyone's opinions, decisions etc. are highly valued. Team work is very important and its one of the key components that Jetstar lives for. To do what you need to do; team work is heavily reliant and everyone works extremely well in most cases.
I think, with the nature of the role, be confident, be yourself, don't be someone you are not, be confident, a team player, friendly and most importantly understanding.
In my current rotation I am very satisfied with the amount with my work/life balance. My working hours generally are 8 to 8.5 hours, my manager always ensures I have a lot of work, but not enough that will drive me underground. In addition, I can work from home if I have to or need to. So, all in all, currently, I am very satisfied with my working hours and flexibility.
I think for a grad, the pay is queit sufficient.
Fantastic relationship, not treated as a graduate, more so treated as one team with equal responsibility.
Generally related to operations, however some relevant skills are taught overtime.
Significant opportunity for roles post grad program
Diversity is a great strength.
A number of programs aimed at attracting and retaining said applicants.
Star Kids charity, mentoring program for disadvantaged students, reading and writing classes for non-English native speakers, carbon offset for flight fuel
Good location, dress code is corporate yet more so business casual at times
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