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    Roy C. Harvey
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Contractor Site Supervisor-hydraulics in Pinjarra WA
on 16 July 2021
Challenging work with a great bunch of people
Hydraulic maintenance supervisor provides a range of challenges with no 2 days ever being the same. Great bunch of people from management down, both production and maintenance crews are very helpful and great to work with.There is abit of a communication barrier between Alcoa and contractors I.E get to site for a planned job only to find out it was re-scheduled with out warning.
Project Engineer in Perth South WA
on 31 July 2021
Poor business culture, dangerous refinery.
I was working for an engineering consultant at the Pinjarra Refinery. My client focal points were very inexperienced, demonstrated zero respect for the consultant's personnel, and seemed preoccupied with achieving personal incentivsation goals for themselves and their manager, rather than attempting to achieve outcomes for the betterment of the business.
Process Controller in Wagerup WA
on 21 March 2021
Best job I ever had.
The work can be hard physical and mental but the best place I have worked. If I didn't have to leave for family reasons I would still be there. Would love to be back at Wagerup as it was a great place to be.
Recruitment Consultant in Booragoon WA
on 18 January 2021
Productive, professional place to work
I really enjoyed working at Alcoa, the environment, autonomy, variety and the people made it a great experience. I was only on contact, so left to accept a full-time permanent role elsewhere.
Specialist in Western Australia
on 7 January 2021
Good Perks but a completely disorganised organisation
Took me about seven weeks to have a proper operating system in order for me to conduct daily working activities. Leisure Day off and Working Hours are very good however the management culture is horrid. Toxic. Multiple systems required to conduct activities no centralised system. Hours on end completing work outside of working hours only to not be recognised. Really enjoyed some of the team members but others were allowed to thrive with their bullying and favoritism. Would strongly recommend to look at other options before working for this organisation.

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Your work experience ,your attitude toward safety and the environment around you. Also are you a Team player and in my case if I was prepared to become a Fire and Rescue member as I had previously been which I was which helped to gain employment.

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