Structural Engineer (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 6 March 2018
The workplace is within the area of the refinery, therefore smells with chemicals. Management was responsive to requests. The environment was professional and friendly. The hardest part were the smells that persist in the air. The best part was since I was in the refinery, much closer to projects and their implementation.
Engineering co-op student, vibration analyst (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 16 July 2016
Specialization and following specific directions is important when working with this company. They are ever learning and improving. A great company to work for when a person wants to work in an environment that is continuously learning.
Excellent place to work among many knowledgable employees
Chemical Engineering Student (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 11 January 2016
A typical workday would involve meeting with the other members of my team, performing the daily required work, and relaying the required information to those needing it in an understandable manner. I learned how to apply chemical engineering concepts received from class to industrial scenarios and problems, as well as the various internal programs required to complete my job efficiently such as developing block flow diagrams and other related engineering diagrams.
Power Engineer (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 11 September 2013
A typical day would involve the safe and efficient operation of the area in the Refinery to which I'd been assinged. What I learned was how to teach and instruct my co-workers in various aspects to the job. The management was of the mind set that the more responsibility you where willing to accept the more would be given to you. The hardest part of the job was shift work The most enjoyable part of the job was applying my knowledge to get the job done