Painter/ Hydraulic Skid Unit Assembler (Former Employee) – Lloydminster, AB – 9 June 2014
A typical day at work for me would be going into work at 7 am. Once there, I would clock in and go up to my bay. I would then go about my normal duties which consisted of:
- Preparing hydraulic drives and any other necessary pieces to be painted. - Moving and sorting out my bay with different pieces of equipment - Preparing spray-gun and PPE - Painting all that needed to be - Going back inside and helping co-workers with anything they need help with. - Building hydraulic skid units/hydraulic drives
The hardest part of my job was all the manual lifting and moving of equipment. anywhere from 40-400 lbs. The most enjoyable part of my job was the people I worked with. They made my job a lot easier to enjoy over-all.
Long hours, free lunches here and there, great people to work with, decent pay
Lead hand of inspector in QC department (Former Employee) – 6415-75 St Edmonton ab T6E 0T3 – 9 January 2018
This is a very good company. Good management team. Your performance will be perfectly recognized. Every employee do their job hard and perfectly. The Gig system they built is in a very high performance.