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CSC

4.5
  • 100 - 500 employees

CSC Reviews

Based on 3 surveyed graduates working at CSC. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.5
Based on 3 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • The culture and work environment at CSC is beyond my expectations. CSC allows me to ask questions when I am lost and find the guidance I need along with the opportunity to create my own path.
  • Everyone that I've met and interacted with has been incredibly supportive and engaged. I feel like my development as a professional is always being kept in mind, and it's incredibly appreciated in this difficult time. Also, the facilities are great too! The culture around the office and people has been awesome and have allowed me to get into the workflow incredibly easily.
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Choosing which teams to rotate through in just one year.
  • Super contributions taken out of your salary. It's something that should be made very clear at the start if you're thinking about joining PSSap.
  • Single location

What Insiders Say

8.7
Career Prospects
8.7
Career Prospects
CSC offers a full-time role upon completion of the Graduate program. By experiencing different areas of the business I will be able to make a well-informed decision on where I would like to work full time and build my career.
9
Corporate Social Responsibility
9
Corporate Social Responsibility
We sponsor the Mother's Day Classic, have a committed staff payroll donation and volunteering program (with paid volunteering leave), and partner with the Australian National Maritime Museum. Office culture is great too with fundraising and supporting staff initiatives.
9.3
Culture
9.3
Culture
People are relaxed in the office but are focused on their work. There are ease and approachability to everyone which is great. Although there is a hierarchy, the structure of it is quite flat. The CCO and CEO often wander around saying hi to everybody. After work has been incredibly relaxed as well. Peers and colleagues from multiple business areas will come to debrief but also, chat about what's going on in their lives.
8
Diversity
8
Diversity
Gender equality is great, we do have a ways to go regarding minority employment including indigenous and LGBTQI+ opportunities. The culture is not bad in this regard, it’s more that it’s not deliberately open.
9.3
Satisfaction
9.3
Satisfaction
In my role, I have been given responsibilities which build over the three months of the rotation. Being guided through the work and given independence where needed my day to day responsibilities are educational yet not overwhelming.
9
Management
9
Management
Managers are chosen for their willingness to work with Graduates, and so are very enthusiastic. I cannot fault any of my mentors - except that I wish they could give me some more constructive feedback along with their praises.
10
Office Work Environment
10
Office Work Environment
The office is spacious and full of greenery and floor to ceiling windows. Located in the city provides easy access from public transport and a large variety of lunch options. CSC's office includes a large array of facilities from coffee machines to lockers and showers. The dress code is corporate but casual on Fridays.
9.7
Recruitment
9.7
Recruitment
A time when you had to break the rules, A time when you excelled, plus some others I couldn't remember.
9.3
Salary
9.3
Salary
Really good coming from a less than ideal hospitality job.
9.3
Training
9.3
Training
A month of training is offered before you even start a rotation. Sounds like a lot, but it’s a fantastic way to settle-in.
9.7
Work Hours
9.7
Work Hours
It depends on your rotation and your manager at the time, however, CSC as a whole is fairly flexible on starting and finishing times. CSC focuses on the output of your work over the input of hours.
8
Sustainability
8
Sustainability
We're making steps in the right direction