What is it like to work at Public Transport Authority?

3.2Work/Life Balance
3.1Salary/Benefits
2.7Job Security/Advancement
2.9Management
3.2Culture
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Better paid than a constable, with a third the responsibility
Written by Senior Transit Officer (Former Employee) from Perth WA on 11 September 2017
Because the Transit Officer, like a lot of public servants, have their shift penalties and overtime paid on a pro-rata base, rather than a flat rate like Police Officers and Police Auxiliary Officers, a Transit Officer will earn about as much as a standard Constable, up to maybe third or fourth year.
The Public Transport Authority can be soft in regards - more ... to judicial process, withdrawing infringements without consultation with the issuing officer.
Management is the same as with any other job; there will be those that will throw you under the bus to climb the ladder. There are also those that w ... - less
ProsGood money for little work
ConsLack of respect, viewing you as "wannabe cops."
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