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John Holland

3.9
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at John Holland

7.8
7.8 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 22 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Assist tender team with variety of tasks (program / budget / presentations / collation of data / client interactions / lots of meetings)
Graduate, Sydney
BIM tasks: 4D Simulation, 5D quantification, 6D asset management.
Midlevel, Sydney
Providing expert advises to site and engineering teams. Mitigating adverse environmental impact on projects. Ensuring compliance with legislation, guidelines, licenses, approvals etc.
Graduate, Sydney
As a tunnel engineer, I get to track the progress of the excavation works. I'm involved in the daily cost and quality aspects. I interact with the workers daily and make sure the necessary materials and equipment are in stock.
Graduate, Sydney
The role is great and encompasses nearly everything in the industry.
Graduate, Grafton
Most days at work are enjoyable onsite. It gets hard at times after 12-hour days & 6 day weeks. With night shift rotation every 2 weeks.
Graduate, Sydney
I assist in developing the Engineering Safety Case for the First Driverless Metro in Australia, undertaking risk assessments and providing confidence that the rail systems are safe to operate.
Graduate, Sydney
Site coordination of labour, materials and plant. Review safety documentations for subcontractor onboarding Checking of quality of work in line with the specification and standards Tracking of costs on a weekly basis
Midlevel, Sydney
Looking at structural drawings, creating permits, doing paperwork, some site activities.
Graduate, Melbourne
Tendering a pre-construction activity, day to day construction works.
Graduate, Melbourne
Site Engineer on West Gate Tunnel Project undertaking cost tracking, sub-contractor management and quality control.
Graduate, Melbourne
Provide safety advice to project team Conduct inspections and audits Oversee end to end process.
Graduate, Sydney
I am a grad civil engineering currently working on NRT project. I have worked in HV team for a year and 6 weeks in IMO team. It was a great experience in HV team, as I was able to gain great exposure on construction, given that enough flexibility to learn new things, I felt self-motivated to be able to make a contribution to the team and company. IMO is also a great experience to learn about the system aspect of the Metro train, but personally, it was not the best fit for a civil Engineer especially joining at the end of the project life.
Graduate, Sydney
Planning, procurement of construction works.
Intern, Melbourne