Great company to upskill and support you fun staff professional services
Scaffolder/Rigger High Risk Marine Crew (Current Employee) – Barrow Island WA – 10 October 2018
Without a doubt the best company I have ever had the pleasure of being a part off I have learnt a lot of new skills and experience doing a variety of work which I think is key to a happy productive workplace the staff and management are the most supportive work colleagues I have ever met there priority is working safely not cracking the whip and getting you too do things out of your comfort zone I have made many friends in my short time with this company
Great company in the past, starting to get a bit cut throat, but have always looked after me when possible, know a fair few of the management now and have all been good to me over the years. Would love to work for them permanently, but the way the industry is going it does seem like it will happen.
Advanced Rigger (Former Employee) – Port Hedland, WA – 16 January 2016
a typical day at work would be would be pre start put in working groups sign paperwork commence to job and discuss task before starting. safety as always was push hard at monos,management were really good and the co workers were good to work with,monos were very organised,most enjoyable part was meeting new people,job satisfaction and the camp
Good crew however no social life due to FIFO lifestyle.
Rigger (Former Employee) – WA – 23 March 2015
Good management and good work including assembly and installation of modules, steel assembly and chute installation. I enjoyed this job but again very isolated. Enjoyed crew i worked with and am still friends with some.
Advanced Rigger (Current Employee) – Cape Preston Pilbara WA – 5 March 2015
a typical day in the piping crew includes working at heights setting up chain blocks, reading drawings, working as a team, setting up drop zones, spotter in place, follow all safety procedures, lifting and fitting pipe spool into place.
Monos is great company, great culture and great values. Safety is first and foremost drummed into the men and women at inductions, then at every pre-start every morning. If you feel something isnt right while preforming a task it probably is'nt. Culture for looking after each other at work and after work is good as well. So overall Monadelphous is a good Company..
A typical day was hot, noisy, and Dirty. Hard work but good people to work with. Progress was slow with implimentation of all the saftey proceedures the client requested. Learnt lots about wash plants first time working in one. Management was a mixed bag some very good operators and some not so good, most showed great regard for our safety and also our quality of work. Hardest part of this job was the conditions we were working under. Some days temperaters in high forties and always went back to camp black head to toe. Most enjoyable part of this job was the people in my crew ad the week off between rotations.
Camp all meals ect supplied - cheap living able to save.
Enjoying your work is a bonus ,and quit often self managed
rigger (Former Employee) – Worsley, ENG – 19 September 2013
A good place to work ,with reasonably good management with a good attitude towards there employees personal safety. sometimes I felt that a little bit more planning ahead would of made a bit of difference ie being asked to do jobs without parts plant or equipment onsite , or possibly having too many guys on a job sometimes and not enough at others , But on the whole I enjoyed my time with Monos and would work for them again if I didn't have work and the right job turned up . the most challenging and enjoyable (the two are the same to me) part of the job was the times when you knew some part of plant or equip could fit in , because it came out of a difficult spot , and getting it to go back in . I find that with rigging I am always learning off others and just by doing it . its always a bonus to meet good blokes on a job and at Monos I worked with a good crew
Good bunch of blokes to work with .
Never knowing if we had more than a weeks work at a time.
dogman rigger HC driver forklift (Former Employee) – cadia orange – 8 July 2012
while working on the cadia project the job was fulfulling while working with 300 ton cranes but when the project was finished monadelphous held no job security for any of the 250 employees with no contact or updates for further jobs in ongoing projects