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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000

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Salary estimated from 851 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 21 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Finance Officer in East Perth WA
on 17 May 2020
It was a good experience working at PTA
If I will get a chance I can go back to PTA to work and would also recommend someone who has a looking for work to work at PTA Àaaàgg hbb. Jn hold hvf find form
Transit Officer/Acting Senior Transit Officer in Perth WA
on 4 December 2020
Backstabbing. Nepotism
People backstab eachother to gain favour with management. If you speak up against management they will make life difficult for you so you leave or they will find a excuse to sack you. Money is good and thats about it.
Contracts Officer in East Perth WA
on 16 June 2020
Fast paced & exciting new projects
It's a very busy workplace with lots of new projects and interesting areas to work in. It's based at the East Perth train station so getting to work is easy.
Project Support Officer - Metronet in Public Transport Centre East Perth
on 21 January 2020
High end project with experience growth opportunity
Great insight into a large scale project. Opportunity to work as part of an Alliance and leadership team. Structured workplace providing support at all levels. Project progress monitoring. Stakeholder Liaison. Management meeting support. Report preparation. Contract administration assistance. Registration of documents via Electronic document management systems. Monitoring of incoming and outgoing correspondence relating to contracts.
Train Driver in Perth Central Business District WA
on 31 December 2019
could be a good job, but lots of bad work practices.
Management is petty and vindictive, they pretend to act fairly but are most unfair on a regular basis, and are willing to break any rule or regulation if it suits them, but if staff do some minor offence or error, they try and throw the book of rules at them, they pretend to be fair but to say the least some people get treated a lot more fairer than others and can get away with almost anything, and on a regular or continuous basis too, because management is so un fair and inconsistant, a great number of staff have a "could not care" attitude, they think they are not going to receive any thanks for doing a good job, but will be condemed easily, so why bother?.. upper management are miserable, they give very little reward or reconition and appear to look constantly at ways to even cut back on what they do give, and even LIE to the industrial relations commission,,,,, completely un trustworthy..... otherwise the job could be quite good.. .... Cheers....

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