Support / Call Centre , Staging technician, Service Counter technician
Contract Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto – 16 November 2012
4 months - in Customer Support - took calls, reset passwords, processed ed email requests, Created work tickets and redirected them to correct IT department.remotely controlled and installed applicatons.
6 months - in Staging lab - prepared new / replacement / upgrade desktops and laptops by staging (installing) Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7, then manually adding applications that were not part of the automatic process depending on the department and special apps required. Also performed as backup to the IS Customer Service Centre - which would handle walk-in traffic for loaners, Blackberrys, replacement keyboard and mice. Work would be performed right at the service counter. Installed missing applications if the rollouts of replacment PC's and laptops missed installing them. Handled VPN, wireless, and dial-up issues with laptops. Issued new SecurID cards for VPN when they expired.
Also, at times, was asked to perform Desktop Support / repairs. The work sometimes involved being at the customer's desk.
co-operative environment. people helped others when needed.
Director of Engineering & Maintenance (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 May 2017
A fast paced environment with great deal on ongoing challenges. People work well together. My team consisting of 4 managers and over 100 supervisory and hourly staff are dynamic and fully engaged. Ongoing dealing with FDA and internal audits mean the need to be cohesive with all department
QC Chemist (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 20 March 2017
I enjoyed to work with apotex. I also recommend others to join that company so you can start your good career path with this company. Very flexible schedule and good salary that enough for me my satisfaction
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 14 March 2017
Racists, people are in groups to protect themselves. Management supports only white people. salaries and benefits are very negligible compared to any other pharmaceutical industry. work shifts make people sick but still management come up with similar work schedules.
Associate, Site QA Audit (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 28 February 2017
Nice learning ground Open door policy Competitive salary and benefits Comprehensive training Diverse community Big parking lot Free coffee Well organize management Yearly bonus scheme and performance appraisal
Very Busy place to work and a lot to learn, learning something new everyday
Production Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 February 2017
- Very Busy place to work (Keeps you engaged) - Everyday has new challenges. - Management is very typical but I'm fine with it. - Workers are very friendly, helpful and supportive. - Unrealistic targets. - This Job give you vast knowledge of the pharma industry and will surely give you a direction in your future career path.