QinetiQ
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About the company

  • CEO
    Steve Wadey
    73%
    approve of Steve Wadey 's performance
  • Founded
    2001
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Aerospace & Defence
  • Headquarters
    QinetiQ Ltd Cody Technol...
  • Link
    QinetiQ website
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Senior Principal Engineer in Melbourne VIC
on 10 April 2017
Professional and reliable
A good company to work for. This is a fast growing and well diversified and well placed upcoming division of the parent Company QinetiQ UK - which is a well proven and made up of long established ex government Technology, Science and Research Organisation. Has meant a good work experience with challenging and interesting projects for me.
Principal Engineer in Melbourne VIC
on 4 October 2019
No strategy, no direction, no future
Was formed when 3 local companies bought out. Unfortunately the culture and capability of the worst of the three seems to have prevailed. Not been helped by current leadership recruited as mates of CEO as opposed for ability. All the capable and highly skilled employees have left or been terminated. Those left especially senior technical are largely out of touch and not employable elsewhere. As a CPEng very disappointed with technical management and leadership and complete lack of innovation. Having moved on now work alongside some under Defence MSP construct and this has only reinforced how bad they are. People Management quite active on social media but appalling in reality.
Consultant in NSW
on 17 October 2018
Customer focussed not employee focussed
Very little room for advancement as the company is top heavy consisting of mates of mates. Education opportunities lacking due to funds not available depending on who you know and what job you are performing. Takes months to get approvals for courses. Contractors are placed in areas that don't suit the skills. Filling holes that customers have identified without analysing the requirements.
Specialist Project Consultant in RAAF Richmond NSW
on 21 June 2016
embedded Defence position
autonomous position providing base line costing for the maintaining of a specific aircraft fleet and advice on outsourcing of these aspects to the commercial world
Senior Consultant in Canberra, ACT
on 30 July 2015
About QinetiQ
QinetiQ has no Competitive Advantage over other similar Competitors of the company. In fact, there are at least 18 other competitors on the company, and no real reasons exist that favour QinetiQ over its existing competitors..

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