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Insecure place to work with control culture dominant
Manager (Former Employee) –  NSW10 April 2017
Pros
Very engineering focused organisation that has some great people.

Can do attitude is evident in all areas of the business.


Cons
High performing individuals exist within TranGrid however are not always utilized to achieve their full potential.

Very Political organisation that will limit your progression if you step out of line (particularly at senior ranks). People are scared to challenge the status quo.
Pros
Can do attitude
Cons
Underlying Bullying Culture
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Highly skilled in electricity network management and operation
Customer Relationship Manager / Proposal Manager (Former Employee) –  Sydney, NSW13 July 2015
My duties were focused on stakeholder management and existing and new connections to the electricity network. These duties covered the full end-to-end customer experience including all technical, commercial, legal and regulatory aspects of the connection..
TransGrid is structured as a traditional regulated organisation, but is moving slowly into a more commercial/competitive environment as networks become privately owned.
Pros
Technical excellence and dedication to providing reliability
Cons
High inertia to change that leads to lost opportunities
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Enjoyable, challenging place to work. Great working conditions, with flexibility. I would recommend Transgrid as a great place to work.
Business Support Officer (Admin Officer) (Current Employee) –  Newcastle31 May 2015
Varied duties depending on schedule. But morning coffee is most important.

* scheduling training
* testing systems
* answering inquiries
* preparing training plans
* data entry
and the list goes on.

There is not a day goes by that you don't learn something.

The hardest part of my job would be getting everything to come together.

The most enjoyable would be the challenges and seeing them through to execution, which would not have happened without the good people you work with.
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