NSW Department of Communities and Justice
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Case Worker in Northern NSW
on 25 January 2021
Stressful but rewarding workplace with no where to hide
Working in the Child Protection field requires commitment and focus. Working with families is the easy part - bureaucracy at it's finest, lots of paperwork. Opportunity to work creatively to provide good outcomes for children/ young people and families, if you have a forward thinking manager. Great comaraderie and support amongst colleagues. There is a high expectation that you will perform to the optimal of your ability - there is no where to bluff or hide!.
Principal Manager/Enterprise Digital, Data and Information Architect in Sydney NSW
on 21 June 2020
Good Place to work
Great colleagues. Main direction from management was not clear. A bit vague. Otherwise a great place. Would recommend for people to work in - but it being my first Job ever at Govt. it was a cultural experience for me - as I have all throughout worked in Private organisations.
Senior Officer Procurement in Parramatta NSW
on 10 March 2020
CFO a tyrant
I left because the CFO placed an unqualified stooge in the Chief Procurement Officers role over the incumbent qualified candidate. Who then in turn placed his friends also unqualified into strategic procurement roles. Corrupt. Unethical
Executive Assistant / Project Coordinator in Sydney Central Business District NSW
on 9 March 2020
High performing individuals, eager to succeed
I worked with high performing individuals who were eager to succeed. A collaborative work environment with tight turnarounds and high volumes of work.
Operational Shift Supervisor in Grafton NSW
on 9 February 2020
Workplace could be improved to be more satisfying for staff who work in at times a very difficult environment.
Challenging workplace, shift work can take it's toll on families and partners, limited opportunity for promotion as plenty of staff competing for limited roles. During my career many good staff left and took other careers due to frustration with indecision's from some levels of management and the reluctance of management to balance the needs of staff to perform their roles.

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