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WSP Australia Reviews
Reviews by WSP Australia graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.1GradAustralia surveyed 51 graduates working at WSP Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 51 responses.
- Major Projects
- The opportunities awarded to graduates goes above and beyond anything I thought it would be.
- The opportunities to develop with internal and external training schemes provided.
- ability to work interstate
- The diversity within the company and the encouragement given from all staff no matter what experience level. Everyone is very thoughtful and committed and are there to help you if you need it
- It is possible for a company to be too nice but ultimately it all works out eventually.
- Quite large and can get lost amongst everyone else
- lower pay and slower advancements compared to smaller companies
- Long hours
- Lower pay, some staff members that underperform without consequence
What insiders say about…
Providing support to senior consultants, modelling, writing reports, reviewing documentations for submissions
Great culture within the hours. Very friendly. After hours is almost non-existent
I had one interview (approx. 1 hour long) with my team manager and another senior person of my team, after a brief phone call from recruitment staff. My referees were called soon after.
Have some background knowledge of day-to-day processes within the company and an understanding of some current/past major jobs completed by the company. Practise behavioural questions and brush up on some technical specifics
Very flexible with start times. However sometimes feel very overloaded. Busiest week I have done was last week in fact, and worked until 9pm for 3 nights, and then came in on the weekend for 4 hours to set myself up for the week.
Payment for work related travel and accommodation
Several tiers of management. Bottom 2 tiers very accessible, good mentors. Higher tiers less accessible, but all still very approachable when they are around.
Graduates program is excellent and is currently running a few webinars to try and build some skills in the current grads.
Performance is not really rewarded and you may be given substantially more responsibility but no promotion to recognise it
Highly committed, but better than that it's mostly a non-issue and everyone gets a fair go. I understand from being around other colleagues that things like balancing a family and work are quite possible, though there are probably still improvements that could be made.
Hold special events directed at minority groups. Support those groups.
I have seen a number of opportunities come by; Helping Hands, Bridge to Prosperity, several community breakfasts.
Centrally located, agile and bright (similar to a university library)
The project has implemented some measures to reduce the impact on the environmentJoin us to bookmark!
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