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Aurecon Australia

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Salary at Aurecon Australia

7.2
7.2 rating for Salary, based on 50 reviews
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
Haven't thought much on it. I enjoy what I do. The salary is enough to get me by to enjoy life. I'm happy.
Graduate, Brisbane
Getting paid as an intern is extremely generous.
Intern, Adelaide
Can't complain about that at all!
Graduate, Melbourne
I am very satisfied with my pay for my first role out of university and within the industry that I am working in. I am not too sure of the bonuses at my company for my role.
Graduate, Melbourne
Pay seems to be equitable and the review process is very clear, with goal setting for each financial year to map progress.
Graduate, Sydney
Beginning graduate salary is fairly average to be honest. I received a small pay rise and bonus rather quickly though. The fact that I was an undergraduate for two years before becoming a graduate may have affected this.
Graduate, Brisbane
Aurecon is not competitive but the culture is something that cannot be bought. a lot of people leave for more money but come back for the culture
Graduate, Sydney
Annual contribution and salary review are introduced from the start; so even in your first six months you can be in line for a small bonus if your work is of a high enough quality.
Graduate, Melbourne
Pay is reasonable ' I believe around industry standard. Bonus system is extremely opaque, very unclear to the 'lay' employee about how bonuses works.
Graduate, Sydney
Bonuses are minimal, and the pay is industry standard, especially for more junior roles.
Midlevel, Sydney
The pay for a graduate is fairly standard within the industry or slightly higher. I am unsure on how bonuses work at this stage.
Graduate, Melbourne
Based on the information I have received from other fellow graduates, I do believe that Aurecon offers competitive salaries by industry standard.
Graduate, Perth
Can't complain about the salary ' it's really high for a graduate. No bonuses, which is a bit of a let-down. Although they kick in when you reach a certain level, so the company definitely values loyalty.
Graduate, Melbourne
It might be hard to achieve the KPI's in your first year to get a bonus. But then again it challenges you which is also good.
Graduate, Brisbane
For my technical area, Aurecon pays extremely well.
Graduate, ADELAIDE
I think as a whole the engineering field doesn't take care of young engineers as it should, but I think my company is better than the rest. They are also quite generous with bonuses, but I'm not sure on the criteria in how they are chosen.
Graduate, Adelaide
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
Provide nibbles and drinks end of month Fridays, as well as afternoon tea/ lunch occasionally.
Intern, Adelaide
Nothing that is particularly unusual. However, I am often offered free tickets to industry events, which are always good fun.
Graduate, Melbourne
Discounts to company partnerships, including insurance and electronics. There are also claimable expenses if they are incurred for work. Another perk is that we finish early at 4:30 on Fridays :)
Graduate, Melbourne
Small office means I get to speak casually to directors. My team culture is likely to be the best I will ever have.
Midlevel, Canberra
Working on iconic projects and getting to go behind the scenes, like the airport or large stations or Defence bases.
Graduate, Sydney
Nothing generic or companywide, but for fieldworks we can chose our PPE gear and often get hired cars. We can keep and use our gear after jobs which can come in handy.
Graduate, Melbourne
Free networking/ internal events.
Graduate, Sydney
None I can think of in particular.
Graduate, Sydney
Travel opportunities and team bonding activities are paid for.
Graduate, Brisbane
Flexible working, cars to borrow when visiting site, occasional morning teas and end of month drinks provided by the company.
Graduate, Melbourne
Good social outings, free breakfast foods, snacks, and tea and coffee in office.
Graduate, Brisbane
Many discounts and offers, events and functions organised by company.
Graduate, Perth
Free tickets, travelling expenses, dinners, end of month celebrations, and interstate travel.
Graduate, Melbourne
Free mental health consultations. Besides that, don't really get many perks ' I think the salary makes up for it though.
Graduate, Melbourne
The company spends very little on perks, but I do enjoy casual Fridays.
Graduate, Adelaide