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Turner & Townsend Reviews
Reviews by Turner & Townsend graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.2GradAustralia surveyed 11 graduates working at Turner & Townsend. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 11 responses.
- The work culture is good and my teammates are awesome.
- Helping with RICS accreditation
- The large variety of projects I have been involved with since being here and the constant internal development.
- On a day to day basis I love the team that I am part of. The team has great energy and is very supportive. In regards to the overall company as a bigger picture, I like the opportunity it afford for my career progression. The company has different service sectors which I could in future transition into.
- The team and the range of clients.
- There is sometimes a disconnect from upper management/global management to the team. However, the company is trying its best to fill this gap to provide a better working experience for its employees.
- Given project requirements there may be some long days, however when working in a strong and supporting team this becomes less of an issue.
What insiders say about…
Largely varying from clerical duties to being involved with more analytical thinking. I.e. sometimes assisting on projects only (writing meeting minutes and doing reports, to then other times leading a project (leading the client relationship, making decisions on scope of work and chairing meetings.
It is definitely great in every sense, but I suppose there could be improvements in socialising more during work and after hours.
Existing relationships with a Director in the business provided a passage to cadetship. The interview and recruitment process involved a series of informal meetings prior to an offer being made to partake in the cadet program.
My understanding of the business and how T&T fit into the construction industry, general perception of the local and global construction market, personal strengths and weaknesses, aspirations.
Be yourself - culture is important within any organisation and it is critical for both the applicant and the business that new employees are suited, or can be adapted into, the working environment within the office. For employees to thrive and develop, this engagement is important. Research into the company, our service offering, and our position within the market and industry is important. Typically, cadets and graduates have difficulty understanding the role that a client-side PM has in the project hierarchy. Demonstration of this understanding is advantageous to the employer.
Quite flexible. For example, if you come in a bit later and stay a bit later it's not an issue at all - some employees also choose to come in at maybe 730 and leave at 4 - employees do unpaid overtime as required
Fair and reasonable
They are always ready to listen to you regardless of how busy they are.
Lots of internal training to achieve RICS accreditation. Company sources external training to contribute to CBD. Networking events for young professionals with other reputable companies
Career progression pathway is quite clear and the process is stepped-out in detail on the company intranet. Upper management understand the efforts individuals put in and reward employees accordingly.
There are a number of programs / information sessions to promote and educate when it comes to diversity and CSR.
There are a number of global initiatives however I don't think any are run out of the Sydney office.
Annual CSR days, ongoing events / fundraisers. Very socially responsible.
Location and facilities are optimal to foster productive and collaborative work.
I have seen recycled bins in the offices and Senior management do insist not to print in colour if this can be avoided, etc.Join us to bookmark!
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