Eilbeck Cranes Careers and Employment
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Installation & Maintenance
Boilermaker/Warehouse-in-charge in Perth Western Australia
on 7 June 2017
Productive work placeLearned so many things about production, materials and project management. Regular visits to different job sites make it even better and more relevant. Cultural and work ethics are also given importance. Priorities are always set on time and people are utilised that they will be able to perform and share their inputs in every task that needs attention.
Housekeeping in Bayswater WA
on 1 September 2020
Eilbeck cranesStart at 6am and worked till 2pm or u can do over time choice was yours, learn to construct walk ways and stair cases for beams, making overhead cranes for the largest company in Australia
Engineer in Ingleburn NSW
on 29 June 2019
One of the worst place I worked for.Very difficult workplace to be in. There is no respect for engineers and also for each other. Managers are one of the worst to with especially the MD. Rude, arrogant and aggressive and lack of people skills towards each individual. Glad that I’m no longer work there regardless of what salary income they are paying you. Also you are forced to work long hours of 50-60 hrs week including Saturdays.
Yard hand in Sydney NSW
on 12 June 2019
Productive and Fun workplaceI met Charlie Eilbeck and was in need of a job so desperately he gave me the opportunity to work and prove myself, however i was going through some personal issues which led me to leaving early. This company is extremely family orientated and is a great place to work.
No title - Eilbeck has none in Sydney Central Business District NSW
on 8 April 2019
Does not look after their employeesLittle pay, high responsibility, does teach a variety of skills but at a high price. very depressive working conditions, most people are too afraid to look up from their desk, for fear of being told they are not working hard enough.
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