Dress code is high vis which I find great because I don't have to think about what to wear! The offices are nothing fancy, I work in an old demountable but it has good air conditioning, filtered water etc. Sometimes I feel like we are a bit behind with technology.
Offices are great. Dress code is Hi Vis being a mine site
Office space and facilities are more than adequate. Dress code is suitable based on PPE.
Graduate, Pinjarra/ Perth
A little outdated but this is normal given the refineries are 40+ years old!
old and a little run down, asbestos tiling, bug problems, still much better than open plan though
Getting your own office as a graduate is a blessing! Dress code is standard ppe, everyone wears the same.
Old buildings that could use repair, however the offices are comfortable, air conditioners and heaters work, and it is maintained to a clean standard. Dress code is high vis.
There is no bias when it comes to offices, everyone feels happy with their space and there is no favouritism when it comes to who gets what - it is very equal. The dress code ist standard as we all work on the refinery and have to abide by PPE regulations. That being said, being a petite woman on site make finding pants that fit a great struggle.
Graduate, Kwinana, WA
Older buildings, and the area I work in isn't the cleanest so the floors are dirty. However there is more than enough space and facilities around. Dress Code is strict: natural fibers only, long pants, long sleeved shirt with high vis stripes, hard hat and safety glasses, steel capped boots.
Standard ageing office. Building is not up to speed with offerings in the CBD. Dress code is business casual