Service Stream
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About the company

  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $140m to $700m (AUD)
  • Industry
    Telecommunications
  • Headquarters
    Melbourne
  • Link
    Service Stream website

Service Stream plays a vital role, working with our clients in keeping communities connected to essential network services across Australia.

Service Stream is an S&P/ASX 300 listed business providing integrated end-to-end asset life-cycle services to utility and telecommunications asset owners, operators and regulators across Australia.

We specialise in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of assets across these networks. We are technology-agnostic to the various types of networks, delivering a range of services across electricity, gas, water and renewable energy utilities, and fixed and wireless telecommunication networks.

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Rating is calculated based on 102 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

SUPERVISOR in Lutwyche QLD
on 8 May 2022
Good workplace

Not bad to work with. Depending on which department. Telecommunication department could improve. The section i worked for was unorganised but that may have changed.

Linesman in Sydney Western Suburbs NSW
on 5 December 2022
Very Stressful

Don't have a filling that they know what they want, big on talk but small on walk. Talk to someone that works there first before applying. Management is definitely no good, Money below industry standard.

Full Time - Fixed Communications - Team Leader NBN UNIFY in Clayton South VIC
on 3 May 2022
Successful company that need to focus more on the staff at the lower end of the food chain

I held several different positions here and enjoyed most of them. The people in my teams were great to work with but the management were not helpful in managing, disciplining when required, delegating work or making sure everyone was getting paid fairly or equally. Some management also take credit for a lot of work done by staff below them which is disappointing.

Wmc scheduler in Melbourne VIC
on 23 February 2022
Its a great place to work if like doing same stuff over and over (great people always helping)

I loved it It’s a great starter job . You can learn a lot and the people are really helpful. The only thing is that it gets boring soon . Doing same thing over and over

Data Collector in Riverland SA
on 19 February 2022
Whilst the concept sounds good, in the long term it will do your head in...

Not the dream job that some think it would be. Only job I have ever had where you are paid less for doing your allocated work more efficiently. Bonuses originally promised were never received, and then removed when management reassessed the contact. My KPI shifted to be my fastest completions.. Moving the goal posts or what! All about the numbers, their rules and regs. As an essential worker, the dole paid more on some pay cycles in the early C19 outbreaks. No PPE was supplied to my regional area, ever, although requests were made. The back office it seems will spend big $$ working out how to shave money off the contract at the expense of their field staff. Phone allowances that dont cover a plan at 1.25/day, deducted if you didn't work on a certain day, meanwhile your personal phone is full of their stuff. Expectations to travel up to an hour daily to and from routes where you may only work for 3 to 4 hrs equating to 20 % of time unpaid. Considering regional, we house the company vehicle at home, sign keys in and out of the company safe, and pay the electricity to charge their HHD, it seems unfair. Needs to change, and soon. I am at around 600 unpaid hours now. Expected available for 38hrs, but get around 20 to 30, making it impossible to hold another PT position elsewhere. As casual can not put enough aside to take holidays, let alone exist some fortnights. Christmas break sucks, less work and less pay at the hardest time of year. All employee feedback is politely met with ignorance. Coming into my sixth year now, and in my 50's if I could get another job, I would..

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