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Hydro Tasmania

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Job Satisfaction at Hydro Tasmania

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8 rating for Job Satisfaction, based on 17 reviews
Please comment on your role and day-to-day responsibilities.
Range of technical fixes involved with maintaining and upgrading assets. Including often mechanical, electrical and programming aspects
Graduate, Hobart
Super interesting work with a variety of tasks. Staff are willing to help you learn and answer your questions. Clear focus on grad development.
Graduate, Hobart
Supporting various engineering projects and initiatives.
Graduate, Hobart
The role varies based on rotation. Work can involve Site Engineering, Project Management or Detailed Design of Civil Infrastructure. The main focus of the organisation from a civil perspective is dams.
Graduate, Hobart
As a graduate much of my role revolves around learning. This includes both technical knowledge and knowledge of Hydro's systems and processes. 6 months in I am beginning to take more responsibility with organising work and carrying it out. The graduate program at Hydro rotates you to different areas of the business. My first rotation is in the Production Engineering team which involves providing engineering support to site teams in order to maintain production. What this looks like is undertaking many different jobs that vary in size and priority and location (opportunities to work all over the different power stations across Tasmania).
Graduate, Hobart
Supporting operators in the field to help maintain our highly valuable assets
Graduate, Hobart
Machine balancing; refurbishment of assets; machining drawings; hydraulic control design and troubleshooting; commissioning of assets; asset condition assessment...
Graduate, Hobart
Depends on the day, some days will be conducting inspections in the field, to working with my hands in the field, to sorting through data in an office, to modelling and designing
Graduate, Hobart
My work is varied and changes a lot. From helping field staff with diagnosing issues, to being out on site proving the performance of equipment. Some days I am bored because some work does not seem useful, or is just not engaging or challenging enough to keep me focused. Very little design work, which as a mechanical engineer is a bit sad because that is what I love doing.
Graduate, Hobart
Business improvement and change management delivery in engineer-heavy department.
Graduate, Hobart
Developing data reports for colleagues. Developing database queries. Analysing data to improve quality.
Graduate, Hobart
10% Technical - Reviewing designs, calculations, studying standards, designing, testing. 80% Managerial - Emails, asking questions, reading procedures. 10% Social - Building relationships, networking
Graduate, Hobart
I am very satisfied with my Day-to-Day responsibilities and my role. I would want to be part of more innovative and latest tech.
Graduate, Melbourne