Australian Army
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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Aerospace & Defence
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Salary estimated from 183 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 235 reviews and is evolving.



Clerk in Sydney NSW-multiple locations
on 19 November 2021
A sence/feeling of service
A structured and rank based organisation. Hard work is rewarded. A strong culture of camaraderie and 'supporting your mates.' Remuneration to a significant level with a range of benefits factored in. Great organisational support for additional training.
Communication System Operator in Darwin NT
on 11 December 2021
I loved the Army
I loved the Army loved my job loved everything about it. That is until they introduced the PESA testing. They say it’s all corps but it’s very easy for the men hard for the women especially the short ones. Great job though my body just couldn’t keep it up. They will be paying for it in VA claims from women in the not so distant future would be my guess.
Rifleman in brisbane QLD 4019
on 21 August 2021
Hard work for those capable
Military culture has a lot to make up for. The job satisfaction, self worth and overall vibe is positive, not much feels better than serving your country with people who will become your brothers and life long friends.However tall poppy syndrome is spread wide through the community which can, in some severe cases, affect peoples lives greatly
Driver Specialist in Darwin NT
on 18 February 2021
Repetitive and challenging environment
Went in mentally sound, with a bright future. Left insane, mentally disturbed and nowhere to go.What you see in the movies, doesn’t even scratch the surface of the real thing.Prepare to have dreams and aspirations shattered. You will be want they want you to be. Period.
Corporal Rifleman, 6th Battalion Royal Australian Regiment in Australia
on 19 January 2021
Slow pace at times, best to sit back with a coffee and wait
Most of the time you will be sitting around waiting. when the job is on, thats when you wont have a chance to think just do. normal day starts at 0730, conduct PT (run, gym or pool). after PT you will have a chance for some food before starting an admin or training need before lunch. after lunch at 1300 depending on the unit you may do Personal PT or more admin/training. knock off time depends on the unit some will finish if there isn't anything happening other will wait until 1600, even if you have sat there all day on your phone or staring at the fly on the wall asking stupid questions. like where do they sleep?

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