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Reviews by Wood graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar3.4GradAustralia surveyed 12 graduates working at Wood . Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 12 responses.
- Positive working relationships with colleagues
- The significant amount of technical knowledge I have been able to learn from friendly and highly experienced colleagues.
- Interesting and challenging work
- Good technical resources. Approachable management. Responsive to change. Site based rotations.
- Friendly environment,
- Poor communication / stewardship in adhering to and maintenance of elements of the management system
- Opportunities to develop through technical training courses is limited
- I haven't been here long enough for minuses
- Not much technical training.
- Currently, I'm not working on my discipline projects. Wood Group has a history of having problem assigning graduate with their discipline project as WG's clients are typically reluctant to accept new graduate engineers on board.
What insiders say about…
Working on project work and assisting in the production of deliverables. Currently getting the opportunity to work on a variety of areas which is great for development.
Everyone seems pretty happy and sociable given the market conditions.
By electronic video to pre-set questions, telephone, group assessment and a final phone interview.
Problem-solving, working with other people, resolving conflict, strengths and weaknesses, 'good' communication, etc.
Research the company in which you are interested in working for. Companies will invest in you if you are engaged with their values, goals and objectives. Take the time to write, review, change, review (again, but with a 3rd party) and change your resume. Candidates are heavily screened at the initial application stage and a first impression can be lasting.
Happy with my starting salary, however, desire yearly reviews with increases of 10 -12%.
Superannuation benefits and free income protection (2 years cover).
Managers are accessible and good mentors.
The graduate program provides a Certificate IV Project Management course as well as an experienced mentor. I have also been able to develop knowledge and skills from informal discussions with colleagues.
Not sure, still a grad. But seems pretty standard that at end of grad program you get promoted to engineer with a pay bump, then its a matter of personally chasing required competencies and working hard to progress from here.
Definitely promoted throughout the company. That being said, I am in a team of male engineers. When I started, there were 3 females who have since moved on to other roles or companies.
Hire people from local communities.
Indigenous engagement, monthly fundraising to employee nominated charities etc. Graduates took part in charity entrepreneurship program "Mycro Tyco" which was good fun and high profile money raising for third world countries. Could be more opportunities and better advertised - need to increase engagement of general workforce with these ideas.
Ideal city location, with the office split across three floors. The building has facilities for bicycle storage, showers and lockers.
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