Deployment Specialist (Former Employee) – Sydney, Australia – 13 November 2017
Travel from site to site around Australia. Repair/replace IT equipment. Upgrade and install pc's, printer and modems. Work with internal customers on when to perform install. Working with trouble tickets for each job. Organizing replacement parts and shipping requirements.
If you like to be constantly bullied, sworn at, harassed ,treated like a dog, constantly micro managed , get false feedback, then this is the job for you..... especially out in chinchilla where you get no backup from the office jockeys in Brisbane.
Metal bin Truck operator (Former Employee) – Archerfield, boundary road – 10 July 2017
Veolia has always been a company which looked after safety of it's workers and staff. Liked the vehicles I worked in and a friendly atmosphere. The reason I left was because of contract which has ended
The job in itself was ok. The management structure was toxic. I don't think that some drivers new where they stood from day to day. How sad that management have to inflict their inadequate style to the work place. The hardest part was having to deal with their policies.
Not bad work and crew, the CCTV work wasn't to complicated but takes time to learn.
Management kept everyone on casual longer then the verbal contracts which caused problems in moral, along with poor planning of work which caused confusing and alot of downtime that the workers would get the heat for.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Driver NT – 12 June 2017
I had fun on the job, also learnt a lot of new skills. It kept me fit, but had to work in all weather conditions I didn't mind that. I had to do a lot of in and out of truck work. I learnt to drive different trucks skip bins, rear lift bin truck, and rear Hook bin truck.
driver/operator (Former Employee) – South Melbourne VIC – 5 June 2017
if you have a good manager job is good but they do not always have good management. workplace culture seems to be directly linked to management so can be very good or extremely poor. good to learn with plenty of opportunity
Wast truck driver (Former Employee) – Port Headland WA – 18 April 2017
Enjoy my time working at Veolia and leant so much from other people great place to work and I was pick up skip bins then tamping load taking to tip and plus I was a super or for them about 2years and I was supervisor in porthead land for other company's on BHP sites which was a good experience for me
Involved in a new career change for the past 3 years. Gained much experience with heavy vehicles, and safety with the job at hand. Stepped back as a leader due to company being strong in this area. This enabled me to gain more experience with machinery and the safety needed which put me in a leading role anyway.
Equipment and Maintenance GM (Former Employee) – NSW and Vic – 19 December 2016
Overall i enjoyed my 25 years at Veolia with various promotions from State into National roles Over that time i have learnt allot and had great Mentors over the years. Veolia had continuous training programs in various fields of business and always supported their Management team to help them grow and achieve more improved management skills.
Driver all rounder (Former Employee) – Bungendore NSW – 24 November 2016
To many broken promises was told we would go full time after 3 months but after 12 months still no go also the bosses looking after Canberra are back stabbers they are ok when your in the wrong but put blame onto the workers when its not
Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Sydney, NSW – 15 May 2016
Well structured company, furthered my understanding of sales and customer management. From a technical point of view I have learned a great deal about most aspects of water treatment, great support from my colleagues.
good life style and wage not to bad management could do more and support the workers a lot more. time frame to complete some tasks are impossible and like to sweep certain health safety issues under the rug and don't like it when you bring up saftey issues that delay jobs
A rewarding and interesting position, always learning.
SHIFT LEAD OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Chinchilla QLD – 9 February 2016
Depending on what part of the plant I am assigned to the day could involve operating the water treatment plant via the scada, operating the brine concentrators via the scada, isolating parts of the plant while working in the permit office or analysing water samples in the lab.