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Newmont Australia

4.3
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Newmont Australia Reviews

Based on 4 surveyed graduates working at Newmont Australia. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.3
Based on 4 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • The graduate program and on-hand, practical and diverse learning
  • The team I work with and support provided to myself as a graduate with minimal practical experience.
  • Rotation and opportunities
  • Long hours
  • Training opportunities promised versus what was made available
  • Lack of global secondment

What Insiders Say

6.5
Career Prospects
6.5
Career Prospects
Senior role to supervisor/superintendent roles to manager then potential to operations manager or regional/corporate roles. Experience, leadership, communication and initiative is key
8
Corporate Social Responsibility
8
Corporate Social Responsibility
Scholarships, social investment, sustainability, various stakeholder engagement, work with local NRM group
8.8
Culture
8.8
Culture
Great collaboration amongst the team, inclusion after hours and in the workplace is great. There are a few interactions with individuals where conflict could be avoided. But all part of the challenge of working different thinking people. Great support by supervisor and superintendent.
9
Diversity
9
Diversity
Commitment to diversity is good across these areas. Retention and promotion needs more work but this is across the whole of the mining industry. Need to see more females in supervisor/manager roles
8.3
Satisfaction
8.3
Satisfaction
Managing the classified plant portfolio Solving mechanical issues Work on solutions to improvement opportunities identified by myself or the wider business with a mechanical base in the processing plant.
8.5
Management
8.5
Management
Managers have always made me feel welcome and their door is always open.
7.3
Office Work Environment
7.3
Office Work Environment
Worked at two different company sites one with offices and the other with an open planned space. Somewhat strict dress code as we're representing the company
7.8
Recruitment
7.8
Recruitment
My previous experience, my interests in my field, why I would like to work in mining, how would I cope in FIFO.
9
Salary
9
Salary
Average to slightly above average for graduates in mining.
7.3
Training
7.3
Training
Experienced many issues that caused deflation amongst myself and others when trying to apply for courses. Managed to get on a couple course with major issues experienced throughout the internal process.
8.8
Work Hours
8.8
Work Hours
Hours spent inside the office and outside the office varies. Work hours can be flexible depending on the situation and as long as you can make up the hours when suitable.
7.3
Sustainability
7.3
Sustainability
Recycling, registers of waste materials and spills, automatic clean up and reporting required, disturbance to vegetation at minimum and only where necessary, rehab and remediation occurring and in future planning