Haul Truck Driver (Former Employee) – fort murray – 25 May 2017
Get up and get ready for the day.first do psi and get transport to my truck .Do a walk around if empty go to the shovel.know the drive left or right hand Get loaded and driving to the dump area wait for instructions listen to your always for more instructions or the dozer operator instructions.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 13 May 2017
drive haul truck what I learn is don't take your job as a full time job as it was posted on the job board as it is not a long term job. Management seemed to be butting heads with the team leads. the hardest part of the job was listening to the two-way radio all day long to much unnecessary chatter on it.
If you like operating heavy equipment then this is a good job.
Haul Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Dease Lake, BC – 3 May 2017
As a employee last year with the company, to my experiences where great, i dont have anything bad to say, well supportive, and good group to work with. And would like to continue being part of the group.
Accounts Payable Administrator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 April 2017
Typical day at work was usually fast paced. As recession hit Edmonton, there was over 3000+ layoffs in 3 years. Very low company morale. No one was happy at their job. You never knew if you were going to get laid off when you went into work every day. You can walk in to start your shift, then 20 minutes later you are walking out with your termination papers. Super strict, not out to help their employees succeed in any way.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 26 January 2017
You like gong show ? Well best place to see one ! Unorganized company ! With all wage cut not much worthy ! Its always a temporary job with these guys ! Running old equipment all the time ! If you hav alot of patient well that the good place to give a try ! You can't fix stupid !
Office Worker (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 August 2016
managers have no respect for their subordinates no training was given expected to do 3 peoples jobs in a day without any help or benefits will avoid paying over time no matter what people are brown nosers
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 6 November 2015
Nacg was alright, they had there ups and downs. Money was great but you were more of just a number. Equipment was maintained pretty good, never really had any problems with this company, but it is a big company with lots of employees.
Project Coordinator/Engineer (Former Employee) – Ft. McMurray Fort Hills – 29 September 2015
Always felt like everyone was on the chopping block, which ended up being true. Zero job security or loyalty to even full time, staff employees and engineers. Infighting between managers/directors. Some managers who were just completely clueless when it came to everything related to on-site activities. Oftentimes very unprofessional management. Job never felt safe even though you're giving it your all.