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Traffic Controller in Adelaide SA
on 20 March 2020
review writtenpreviously worked as a traffic controller however unable to do this work now due to medical reasons - cannot stand for long periods. Now best suited for light truck and forklift work
Traffic Controller in Sydney NSW
on 29 January 2021
Fun work place the employer was greatOverall it was a positive experience but i feel I needed change. I enjoy working- i need to work. I only stopped because the company had no work. I will really enjoy a change.
Traffic Controller in Bunbury WA
on 25 October 2020
Mundane work, long hours on your feet & always in the elements!Traffic Control work is the most boring job I have ever done.Inconsistent work & people who bicker about people behind their backs to ensure they get all the work.Lousy job & lousy money for what you have to put up with.I'm done with traffic control work... It was only a fill in job, but it's not worth my time.
construct in Brisbane QLD
on 16 March 2020
never work ever againi’m not looking for a traffic controller job I am looking for a process work or warehouse jobs . all their jobs I would never ever get anyone to work for this traffic control that I know what it is poorly in cash for the hrs u do for them
School Crossing Supervisor in Lilydale VIC
on 25 November 2019
School Crossing Supervisor -I enjoy working in this capacity, being a part of the community looking after school children and older high school students. We are there throughout any weather condition to make sure they get to school and get home safely after a day at school. It can also be quite frustrating when the traffic takes no interest in the welfare of the pedestrians and drive through and make a mockery of us trying to do our job. Each day has its challenges, some days are worse than others, but it is also a great job for part time hours and can be very rewarding.
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