Everything is done more or less in silos, and it can be hard to really branch out and grow from time to time.
Also, even if you know how to fix something, if it's out of your purview then it is highly discouraged to actually action it. (regardless of any training or experience you have with that issue)
Overall, though, it's a good place to work.
The company is on a big downsize/streamlining kick, so the jobs aren't that stable or secure, and they use a lot of temporary hire workforce to cover tough releases and areas.
It's a good stepping stone, and if you can manage to break through some of the barriers, I could see it being a great place to have a career, but it's a transitional period for them.. once that settles down a bit, I think the rating could be higher.
Convenient location, very affordable cafeteria on premise, gym on premise, right next to the quay and several shops/restaurants
Lots of temp work, cafeteria closes at 2