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30+ days ago

Boilermaker

Transfield Services Vallejo, CA

Boilermaker is a craftsman who has the proven qualifications that has experience and knowledge of Boilers, Vessels, Exchangers, Pumps and other… Transfield Services


30+ days ago

Pipefitter

Transfield Services Vallejo, CA

Pipe Fitter is a craftsman with specialized training that is capable of reading blueprints and interpreting drawings to layout and construct piping… Transfield Services


30+ days ago

Manintenance Planner / Scheduler

Transfield Services Vallejo, CA

Planner/ Scheduler Direct the preparation of estimates for new work, developing a strategic approach for the completion of work packages and work… Transfield Services


30+ days ago

Field Administrator

Transfield Services Vallejo, CA

The Timekeeper / Field Administrator is responsible for all interfaces between the TSA R&E accounting department and the Client accounting… Transfield Services


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Transfield Services Managing Director and & CEO Graeme Hunt
Graeme Hunt
18 Ratings
  • I agree with prior comments - you need an Executive Level Sponsor, Large Bureaucratic machine - connections gallore

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    Former Employee - Financial Analyst in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Financial Analyst in San Francisco, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Transfield Services full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    ability to work internationally, learn about humans, SAP exposure, especially implementations

    Cons

    too much bureaucracy - you gotta be able to play the game and accept that some people are milking the company as much as they can, many cases when wives and other relatives are being employed on some amazing terms, they had to tighten up the belt in 2012-2014 but a lot of nepotism and unfairness still, some are on "workers comp" - especially in Australia, many people are lawyering up when they are made redundant/are laid odd... I was young and had idealistic view of the world and wanted to make the company better - worked 15 hour days, stupid girl, I am now almost 30 - looked back - was not worth it but I lived in a few countries while working for them so that is good. I was severely underpaid, the company transferred me and because I had a work visa - they knew they could keep me for cheap - it was embarrassing as I was the cheapest resource but I learnt acceptance and putting my EGO at bay but hey... very unfair treatment.. as so I know earn triple, crazy.

    Advice to Management

    Continue milking while you can - money and greed rules the world I guess.... on your platform of existence


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