Various Positions (Current Employee) – Sydney Western Suburbs NSW – 28 November 2018
Been with Boral for 14 years and never spent more than 5 years in a job previously. If you work hard there are rewards if you dont there probably isnt. It is a busy place which I like anyway and the people are its greatest asset. Systems that are in place are not always the best but it has a great safety culture and is a good place to work.
Territory Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Sydney NSW – 7 November 2018
I loved my 10 years with Boral Timber and the only reason I left was to relocate from Sydney to Bundaberg. There was always a great culture due to its inclusiveness of all staff. I would love to work for Boral again in my new location given the opportunity.
Working with concrete and maintaining concrete trucks is a dirty, dusty and noisy environment. The team effort and camaraderie is excellent. And the pay is rewarding. We service all types of construction from foot paths to multi story buildings. Currently we are contracted to West Fields at Coomera. lt will be one of the largest shopping centers in Australia. A high volume pour will be 300 to 500 cubic meters. Each truck holds 7.5 cubic meters and the travel distance is 4 kilometers. So typically we will start loading at 0600 and run continuously until the pour is completed. Through out that time we will adhere to time and rest requirements and negotiate high traffic volume particularly during the school hours of 0700 to 0900. In addition we service our on going customers with house slabs and drive ways. Coomera is the the fastest growing area in Australia. The continued redevelopment means that we also service the civil engineering and pioneering stages. The versatility and skill set required comes from years of experience in agitator operation combined with 13 years of Army training. l enjoy the fulfillment of high demand and high responsibility.
My time at boral was great there are some hard workers and great company be prepared to pick up someone else job as there is always someone away in your crew and high management is pretty pathetic. if your a casual be prepared to be watched and judged by high management
Batch Plant Operator (Former Employee) – cobar nsw australia – 26 January 2018
strict adheres to guidelines, competitive, overtime optional workplace culture is mixed a lot of diversity with the customers, growth for management positions hardest part is having to learn the contrast with all the types of concrete they produce all day
AP/Assistant FA (Former Employee) – City of Sydney NSW – 8 November 2017
I was working as a contractor for 9 months, my job was to sorted invoices for payment, coded & batched requisitions and inputted data in the system, made sure that all cheque requisitions were coded & batched for end of month closing.
Trustworthy Company with excellent product and service
Warehouse Leading Hand (Current Employee) – Geelong VIC – 4 November 2017
USG Boral are well respected within the trade and are an internationally diverse company who consistently exceed set targets and deliver a quality product. The company is also innovative, forward thinking and a world leader in lightweight plasterboard
Excellent Product and job security
Division between office & warehouse staff with lack of PD available to the latter
Employee (Current Employee) – Kelvin Grove QLD – 26 August 2017
Good brand and a good place to work, it has a good work life balance, you are trusted to do your work and you are not micro managed. you can work from various site locations and opportunities to go into different roles.