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Ampol Australia

4.3
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Ampol Australia Reviews

Based on 6 surveyed graduates working at Ampol Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.3
Based on 6 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • Exposure to senior management, opportunity to grow, people and culture.
  • The exposure to senior leaders within the business. Exposure to multiple disciplines within the business. Flexible work culture.
  • Exposure to different parts of the business Travel Immersed in working in projects that have an impact Being able to have a say on your rotation choices On the Job Learning Great Work culture.
  • The culture, the people. The opportunity to move across 4 very diverse rotations within the Graduate program, giving a holistic view of the entire value chain.
  • Relatively slow decision making due to bureaucratic control.
  • A high proportion of people involved in making tough decisions, execution of plans usually takes more time.
  • Room for improvement in the technology space i.e. BYOD.
  • The lack of training provided for Graduates.

What Insiders Say

5
Career Prospects
5
Career Prospects
I would assume and would like to think that by doing a good job and performing well and establishing relationships with various people might at some point lead to job opportunities or potentially promotions.
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.4
Corporate Social Responsibility
Environmental awareness, local/regional area support through a franchise network, charitable involvement.
8.8
Culture
8.8
Culture
Friendly, most people are approachable. Results driven.
9.7
Diversity
9.7
Diversity
From my perspective, Ampol is fantastic at promoting women. A new initiative started last year called "women in the fuel industry" this was a great forum to establish relationships with other women in the industry as well as men. We have an indigenous program that attracts talent nationally. Some of Ampol's graduates have come through this program.
8.7
Satisfaction
8.7
Satisfaction
Varies, depends on the rotation and the outputs that are required.
9.2
Management
9.2
Management
Regular feedback and progress check-in's with managers who are more than willing to work together with you.
6.5
Office Work Environment
6.5
Office Work Environment
The head office is in Sydney - it is like a traditional office, but we are having some renovations so things are about to change! The dress code is smart with casual on Fridays
8.7
Recruitment
8.7
Recruitment
1) Online assessment 2) Assessment Centre - Group Case study, Individual Case study and presentation of it, behavioural interview 3) Online assessment 4) Final interview Behavioural based questions Research about the company and why you would like to work there - that is a given.
9.3
Salary
9.3
Salary
The remuneration package is excellent.
6.2
Training
6.2
Training
There has been little training, but I have been to an excel training course to build onto my excel skills.
8.7
Work Hours
8.7
Work Hours
Working hours a different across the different business units. Moving around the different rotations, each business unit has its own culture regarding working hours. There is flexibility to work from home if required or to start early and finish early.
8
Sustainability
8
Sustainability