Sr. Desktop Support (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 2 June 2016
Awesome place to work, great pace to work and learn. They have a great deal of trust in their staff and capabilities. NO IT jobs in Canada (Unless Calgary) where most jobs were relocated offshore... :(
Exxon was an exceptional company to be associated with
Collections Specialist and Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 1 March 2016
My day was very busy. Employees were well respected by both management and co-workers. I learned that health and safety was the number one priority in the workplace. I enjoyed working with a wide variety of people from different cultures.
Excellent benefits package. Monthly free lunches for team meetings. Free parking.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – London, ON – 15 February 2016
Management is approachable and understanding. It is a fun and safe workplace. Lots of variety of equipment and the shop keeps the machines running at top performance, and are always available to help. Plenty of work during busy season and good working experience.
Administrative Supervisor (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 26 October 2015
After my whole experience I can say that EM is a very good place to work. It gives good benefits to the employees, mainly regarding Safety at work. However due to the exchange rate valuation in Brazil, we started to feel less opportunities on career progression. But I think that this was something very specific for Brazil´s office. In other countries, mainly North America is a very good Company to work!! If we had one affiliate here in Vancouver I would apply for it.
Commercial Advisor (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 18 October 2015
Great workplace once you reach career level. No benefits while I was on a contract position, chaotic management staff at the time I was working over there, but great opportunities if you had the patience to overlook those details. Also, great ergonomics department who will set up your work station every time it is required.
you wont get hired but you'll love your time there
NACC (Former Employee) – moncton, nb – 3 September 2015
job varied at the beginning, but ended up being just about answering the phone and responding to customers emails in the end. I did learn more on writing email to suit the business, filling, excel and data entry. management seem to choose their favorites and stick to giving them the new tasks, not much to say there. co-workers were amazing, didn't spend much time with them, since work was none stop, but I knew them enough to love them. the hardest part was to take breaks, you get wrapped up in work that time flies by. I loved the data entry the most.
Railcar Coordinator/Expediator (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 10 August 2015
Safety is priority. Daily KPI standards that required to be action-ed daily.
My main duties include but not limited to:
Expediting Railcar's from a KPI data base.
Tracking Railcar's on Railroad site and updating current activity on each Railcar.
Escalating issues with Railroad. Opening service log or sending email.
Generating Railtrac reports and following up on any issues with an Railcar.
Doing daily MIGO is SAP (posting of Goods Receipt from various plants).
occasional free lunch
shift 9 - 530, would prefer to start earlier and off at 4 PM, A lot of segregation from being an employee vs being a contractor especially on company events, which makes you feel not apart of the team, (contractors are not permitted to participate in social events.)
Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 29 July 2015
Providing first level support to customer sites, managing monthly reports and invoicing in Excel for all US locations. Responsible for ensuring accuracy between vendor invoices and the company database.
Working in such an reputable establishment was a great one because l was able to gain job experience and l also develop my skills on work process in oil and gas companies as reflexted in my CV. ln the process l acquire adequate training which is very useful on my day to day activities, the management also emphasis on safety development of personnel in all ramification and how co-workers coperate to achieved success in every jobs. The hardest part of the job was the risk involved in flying offshores for that number of years and the enjoyment part was the job experience which help me in my future carrieer.
Team building seminar with our family on yearly bases.
If we have challenges on the machinery hours of work was extended to complete the task.
ACCOUNT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 9 March 2015
I found that Exxon mobil offered a professional environment and took the call centre feel out of the office. Exxon was also very accommodating to employees needs in order to offer the best work environment.
Legal Counsel (Former Employee) – Africa, Middle East – 6 February 2015
After spending more than 19 years with ExxonMobil, I can confidently admit that EM has crafted my experience in life.From the very beginning on your entry orientation program, you feel welcomed and "incubated" ! Once you're done , you are on your own with full management support and remote supervision . The diversity of assignments , cultures , issues and exposures redefines your personality and professional expertise. The work environment makes you enjoy facing challenges all the way long. For me, EM is another school for professional life.