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Reviews by TasNetworks graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.3GradAustralia surveyed 6 graduates working at TasNetworks. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 6 responses.
- Supportive of personal and professional development; Good support group and genuinely nice colleagues; Good range of business departments for choice of career;
- Mentoring, people.
- The people that you work with and the opportunities that are at your disposal
- The learning opportunities.
- Autonomy and freedom
- The only negative would be the fact that the company is going through change currently after a recent merger. A lot of computer systems are changing as well as some of the processes, leaving a few people 'unhappy' which is slowing down workflow.
- Restrictive in opportunities, very slow for work to progress.
- Poor work ethic amongst a few employees.
- The red tape and inability to effect change
What insiders say about…
Assisting field staff with technical details of work and program management.
The leadership group tries to be visible and does a good job at afterhours events. The overall culture of the company is good - the company is full of capable people who are always willing to help and assist you in your development during work hours, and there are often social events after work in which employees get a chance to relax and get to know more people from around the business that they may not get to work with on a day to day basis. There are of course a few people that are fighting the change associated with the merger, but they are becoming few and far between and the majority have seen that this change is a positive thing for all.
Interview was undertaken by a panel of three individuals. Two technical, one non-technical. Technical questions pertained to understanding of general asset management principals. Non-technical questions were pretty generic, probably asked by HR interviewers in most companies.
Research the company thoroughly,
We have flexible start and finish times, as long as you do your 7.5hrs per day. Flex time is also optional if you go over time.
Excellent training and professional development opportunities.
My direct manager is very good. As management moves up the chain, they become less and less visible to employees (which makes sense due to workload and priorities). Every manager that I have worked for when rotating around the business has been fair, supportive and has given me important career advice which I have used moving forward. I have felt that I can approach my managers at any time and that they were never too busy to help.
The company is very supportive of training and personal development. They are also good in the fact that they organise the "soft skills' training, and they leave the organisation of the technical skills training to us. We are to find the courses, justify the reasons we should attend, and then the company will support us. This is great as it puts some responsibility on graduate engineers shoulders and allows them basically free range to discover which courses will most help them through their career. This allows for individuality in personal development and recognises that all graduates do not have the exact same interests or career goals.
When opportunities arise, the hiring process is very fair and the opportunity to move up is recognised and often rewarded. The opportunities may be few and far between however due to being a relatively small company and job openings require movement of people. As yet, I have not had a problem.
I believe that my company does everything that it can to encourage and introduce diversity into a traditionally non-diverse industry.
TasNetworks employees people from diverse background and circumstances.
Quite committed. They run a number of community related initiatives that look good on paper. However, it is hard to know how effective they are.
Free parking, campus setting and cafe that makes awesome chicken burgers. Offices are spacious, dress code is casual which is also good.
Looking at reducing carbon emissions everywhere, I have been involved in the electric vehicle project to see the shift from fossil fuel cars to electric vehicles.Join us to bookmark!
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