nPlan Career Development FAQ

Read what nPlan employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

nPlan has a career opportunities rating of 5.

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2 January 2019

How are the career development opportunities at nPlan?

Pros

- Awesome team & culture - Constant growth in technology and clients - Using the latest technology possible - Super autonomous work - Solving a society-wide problem, that will truly positively impact people - Flexible working hours - Pool table, free beer & food

Cons

- Occasional growth pain, as with any start-up - Occasional late night to meet a deadline

Constant growth in technology and clients

2 January 2019

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16 January 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at nPlan?

Pros

nPlan is made up of great people, working collaboratively to solve a big, challenging problem in the construction industry at a time of great upheaval. Working here provides a once in a generation opportunity to make an impact at an industry level. What I really like about the day to day of working at nPlan is that we have a well defined set of values that we truly live by. Our values don't just sit in a document or on the wall, but we continually measure ourselves against them. We celebrate when we live up to them and we learn from the moments when we don't.

Cons

I came from a large corporate and found the lack of direction challenging at first. When you join a small team you truly get to make an impact on the direction of travel for the organisation. This required an adjustment on my part - instead of waiting for an instruction, I had to learn to make a decision and run with it. Everyone is empowered and supported to do this at nPlan.

Working here provides a once in a generation opportunity to make an impact at an industry level.

16 January 2020

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