Contract Administrator and Site Inspector (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – February 6, 2016
perform inspections, take photo and upload, check emails, communicate with site super and trades, write report, phone conversation and report work quality and progress, review drawings and spec, monitor tests, process invoices, study contract changes, communicate to co-workers about work and life, The hardest part of job was arguing with contractor about quality and negotiate claims. The most enjoyable part was work progress and learning new methods of work and familiarization with trades
flexibility to manage your time between different tasks
Manager, Financial Planning & Analysis (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – February 20, 2014
o Report and manage financial budgets, forecasts and outlooks with in-depth performance and variance analysis for the Oil & Gas facility construction business units. o Compile, research and analyze complex operations data, industry trends and customers CAPEX. o Translate the business dynamics into a challenging short and long term business plan to steer operations and business development towards goals. o Adopt early warning process and provide analytical to allow operation management to act proactively and ensure any deviation is promptly spotted, analyzed, and reported. o Forecast projects financials and cash flow curves to eliminate cash gaps and improve working capital o Achieved ROCE growth and improved working capital by improving invoicing business process, billing techniques and optimizing contract terms. o Improved liquidity ratios and DSO and through optimizing the cash conservation cycle and adopting electronic billing system. o Manage and develop models statistical and financial models to evaluate projects and analyze current and new aspects of business performance using business intelligence and predictive analytical tools o Undertake ad-hoc projects, researches, assignments, presentation work and other relevant initiatives as requested by the executive management.
Go to work each morning. Have tail gate safety talk. Get ready to do daily work activities safely and efficiently. Work as a team safely and productively. The hardest part of job is being away from family. The best part of job is learning new skills of my job and being part of a great team and also making a good living for my family.
Haul truck and pit Dewatering Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Kapuskasing, ON – November 21, 2013
was always happy to go to work.learned how to operate haule trucks heavy equipment and pumping systems management where very easy to talk to and where very considerate to job needs got along great with all my co workers the hardest part of the job was weather conditions that would slow or stop operations would make for a very long shift most enjoyable parts of the job was when everything went well and their where no delays and the people I worked with
good work environment and good peaple to work with
waking up when the sun rises, eat breakfeast then go out in the field to our first structure of the day, then we would take pictures of the damage to the structure and note it on a form, and we would do this for every element of the structure and we'd inspect up to 10 structures in a day.
Deck condition surveys where different, this involves closing half the road way so we can work on the deck and test for corrosion and other deficiencies the structure may have.
the hardest part would be the long 10 to 12 hour days but the people where good people that made work more enjoyable.
Estimator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, Ontario – August 12, 2013
A pleasure working to a reputable company in Canada. Workplace is exceptionally satisfied. The company is also pro environmental. If had a chance to work again in this company I will gladly take the opportunity.
Heavy Duty Mechanic (apprenticeship) (Former Employee) – Kapuskasing, ON – June 11, 2013
come in the shop, have a safety meeting with crew, plan out the assigned work. working at a mine has given me the chance to work on various kinds of equipment. management always provided tarining when neccessary. My co-workers were all easy going and patient. i enjoyed working with them. The hardest part of the job was having to be away from home. most employees were fortunate to go home at the end of every shift. and the most enjoyable part was being able to work on and operate these huge pieces of equipment.