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Reviews by TechnologyOne graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.7GradAustralia surveyed 13 graduates working at TechnologyOne. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 13 responses.
- Doing work that I enjoy.
- The people and the culture they have fostered.
- Great office culture. Interesting work as a developer.
- The culture : the working atmosphere is great, and the people are great too.
- The rapid and constant growth of both the company and the software.
- Constantly understaffed teams and departments make it difficult to get things done. Everyone is stressed, very busy and under pressure.
- I have not experienced anything 'bad' at my company. Any issues that I have had are part and parcel to working in the professional arena
- Legacy is a big issue. Enterprise can also be quite slow moving compared to smaller companies.
- I do not have a clear career progression. No one has talk to me about how I move up in the company.
- It's not easy to keep up with said changes all the time
What insiders say about…
Usually my team work on larger scale projects for automating our cloud infrastructure. Work varies depending on the features I'm trying to build into my projects and often spans multiple languages/frameworks.
The "hierarchy" is pretty loose - when it comes down to making a big call then seniority trumps, but when it comes to being able to make your case on how you think something should be done everyone is always given a chance, regardless of if they are a grad or an Enterprise Architect. I have a great relationship with my boss who I work beside every day and who gives me guidance when I ask, but the freedom to solve problems my own way when I want. I am good friends with the people in my graduate intake. I don't feel uncomfortable approaching a colleague I have never spoken to before - in the office it's normal to have to hunt someone down to consult them as an expert in the area of a problem you are trying to solve. Senior people are mostly very friendly and helpful in solving issues.
Application -> Phone Interview -> Take home assignment (coding problem for devs) -> On site networking night followed by on site interview the next day -> Offer
Focus on teamwork, interests and coping with setbacks. Light on the technical side, the company has the stance that if you can get past the technical assignment, you've passed that barrier.
Know how to network - half of the people I interviewed with were people I had met at the networking night.
We work normal full time hours. The general rule is to work between 7am and 7pm (8 hours between these times), but we are not restricted. For instance, if we had to stay late or come in early to get something done, that is totally fine
You are paid a fair amount for the work you do and the skills you possess
The recreational areas include a pool table, racing sim and consoles with ample seating. Friday afternoons are reserved for social hour this helps people connect with each other and relax after a hard week at work keeping the great atmosphere, free drinks and snacks are also nice.
My team lead is very accessible, I can request a meeting if there are any problems. recognition and praise are provided in the form of a yearly review.
We have an internal college which provides training programmes for all areas. Anything they can't provide, you can put in a request.
As a graduate, I am unsure how hard it is to move up. However, some people that have started as graduates have moved into product ownership positions within 3 years of working with the company
Unconscious bias awareness program, career resilience courses, gender pay analysis, providing women in tech with mentoring opportunities to grow their own skills, providing amazing benefits that serve the unique needs of our people
Casting our net wider to make sure we attract the best talent for every role - Driving career progression, regardless of race, gender or any other discriminating factor - Developing our grad programs - Developing our intern program (recognised by Interns Australia as one of the best intern programs available)
The TechnologyOne Foundation pledges 1% of profit, product and time. They donate profits to worthy causes, grant use of the software for free/discounted rate to charity organisations, and grant employees paid leave to volunteer at a charity of our choice.
Fully stocked kitchens, standing desks, personal mail delivered to office. Dress code is pretty relaxed around the office. TechnologyOne shirt and jeans and sneakers is most common.
The software we produce can be used in some of its aspects to monitor the emissions of a business. The company uses a standard office complex which uses a lot of natural light.Join us to bookmark!
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