Intermediate Document Controller (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 April 2016
There was a culture of caring in the workplace, wherein employers and employees built a personal relationship with safety, and to take responsibility for safety not only for their own selves but for others as well. Respect for people and environment was greatly emphasized and courage to demonstrate care.
Systems Specialist - JPI Administrator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 March 2016
Jacobs is an Engineering company that grows through acquisition; this allows them to leverage their many different lines of business and their many employees (65,000+). Since they are so diverse they do sometimes struggle to maintain consistent work practises.
Red Seal Steam and Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 1 March 2016
I have worked for this company two different times. The first time the super was not favorable. My foreman was good and the crew i worked with were great guys. The second time i worked for them it was a good experience. I had a great foreman and a great crew. Look forward to working with them again.
I&C Lead (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 February 2016
Excellent co-workers and a good work culture. Standards are good focus on safety is a major item for Jacobs. Lots of work to be done in overhead management to remain competitive and tough economic environment.
Great experience for me and a good way for me to learn about EPC
Analyst (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 February 2016
I was treated with respect, and was able to get help whenever I needed. The people I worked with were some of the smartest, and nicest people I've ever met. It was overall a fantastic experience for me.
1) Senior Mechanical Engineer - Valve Specialist (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 February 2016
It was a nice company to work with. Friendly atmosphere. Project engineering work for various client. Mechanical lead work was busy every day. Learned about pumping station and terminal for the oil transporting client.
I loved working for Jacobs. All employees are friendly and helpful. My manager and supervisor were wonderful persons who always made sure that the staff feel like home. they became good friends to all of us and in the summer we went to their house for barbqs. My manager and supervisor many times covered my work so I can attend lunch meetings and voluntary work within the company. They encouraged me to learn as much as possible in office services and reception.
Sr. Project Manager - Division Manager (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON & Edmonton, AB – 6 January 2016
Working at E.S. Fox required long days and a good workload. I have learned to Diversify myself and be able to deal with many situations. Management is Good pending on the location - Executive Management is Excellent, great Co-workers. Hardest part of the Job was the need to Travel at times to projects and being away from your Family. Most enjoyable time was retreats and satisfaction for a Job well done.
Scaffolder (Current Employee) – Saint John, NB – 9 November 2015
A tipical day at work for me , i sign on a safe work permit the i do a hazzard assessment for the task at hand.most of my co-workers are pleasent ,the hardest part of the job is the commute to work.the most enjoyable part of the job is the challenge of building scaffolding in akward places.
im home every night
im not paid for travel and the rate of pay is the lowest in canada.
Senior Structural Engineer (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 November 2015
The Edmonton office of Jacobs is an excellent workplace with supportive management and a focus on collaborative work and lots of opportunities to advance. Unfortunately like most consulting firms job security becomes an issue during slow economic times.
Pipefitter Apprentice (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 November 2015
JFSL in my word is one of the best companies i've ever worked for in my life ,the people are what makes this company what it is . the environment and atmosphere is one the most positive places I've ever worked in and would gladly go back and work them.