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Transdev Australasia Reviews
Reviews by Transdev Australasia graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar3.9GradAustralia surveyed 6 graduates working at Transdev Australasia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 6 responses.
- Learning a unique set of skills and knowledge not accessible through standard university education.
- I love working with numbers and large quantities of data, so doing this job lets me do what I love while also helping the greater community.
- Good manager always has time to teach and go through tasks and expectations
- Diverse environment with lots of exposure to different areas and projects.
- There is often a large catalogue of work to complete, which can be overwhelming at times.
- My office is pretty far from the main building which sometimes takes huge amounts of motivation to walk to if I need something.
- Smaller teams, therefore resources can be quite stretched
What insiders say about…
Working on projects and improving processes / asset management
Great culture with many sports activities. It is a great opportunity to meet colleagues network with subcontractors and helps with inter-business cooperation. Outside of office there are many social events and family events. There is also a diversity and inclusion council which I participate in.
One-way video interview, aptitude tests that test sense of direction and your values and then the final face-to-face interview
I was asked about my background, what I studied. I was also asked to give a few examples of scenarios I had been in. For example, 'when was a time you had to collate and use large volumes of data?' and 'Name an unsafe situation that you have experience and how you handled it'.
Be confident in your skills and what you have achieved. Know what they are and how to apply them to the interview questions.
The hours are flexible. As long as the work is done, I can work my own schedule.
Pay is quite reasonable for a graduate position.
Gym membership subsidy.
Managers are very accessible and very actively support their teams.
The graduate program that skills you up to be part of the Transdev office is great. I've learnt how to present myself and navigate office politics. Training for my service planning role could be organised better. I'm not sure when I am suppose to be learning the programs I need to.
I've seen a few people being promoted or learning how to manage. I think a willingness to learn and an open position are the best attributes to have to gain a promotion.
There are bus drivers from all around the world and there are more and more women becoming drivers here too.
The office the planning department works in is separate from the main building which can be isolating at times. We also have to wear a Transdev uniform, which is great as you don't have to think about what to wear in the morning
They teach a module on how to reduce your carbon footprint while operating a bus and during driving assessments this is one of the things that gets tested.Join us to bookmark!
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