Hardware Engineer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 29 September 2017
Totally disorganized after being bought/sold many times. From BiC, Tracer, Tyco Thermal, Pentair- the management is inexperienced and high staff turnover. Laid off over 70 people with downturn in oil. No Ft. Mac projects now, which were the cash cow. Business unit will probably be sold off again in 2017.
Credit Associate (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 January 2017
Great teamwork, excellent place to trainee about canadian work environment, managers are always available to listen their employees, salary is fair compared to other similar industries. Soccer table & tennis table are available for employees during their shift. Different activities are made during special days to reinforce the team relationship and respect.
Inside Sales (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 November 2016
Great training programs. Internal postings for jobs, however it is a formilty, jobs are filled before the posting is made internally. Little to no room to move into a better position. Co-workers are respectful, fun environment. No on call hard workers.
Application specialist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 28 September 2016
Terrible workload, non paid overtime, constant extremely heavy workload with no appreciation. Terrible management and process in its entirety is completely mind boggling. Too many road blocks in your way that prevent you from doing your job.
Designer, Approver (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 September 2016
Good working environment, with opportunities to travel to site and abroad. Positive culture with helpful people and strong support and mentoring for new team members. The management welcomes new ideas and are always looking for ways to improve and advance "Lean" culture.
Construction Project Specialist (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 May 2016
Pentair Industrial Heat Trace Solutions is a productive and laid back place to work. As a construction project specialist you got to essentially be a field engineer. You got to client work sites and do many various walk downs. While doing this, you learn everything there is to know about electrical heat trace. The work you do is contract based so, a typical work day all depends on what project you are working on, Some days you are at the head office working in a cubical, but can play a game of table tennis or fooseball on you break time, or you could be on site collecting data for the engineers back at the head office. The most enjoyable part of the job is to be on site. This is where you get to see what designs are on paper being applied to the real world situations. Because it is contract work, the hardest part is when you are between projects. Being between projects isn't all bad though, seeing as it gives you time to work on any development goals you set for yourself at the beginning of each year with management.
Proposals Writer/Coordinator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 May 2016
Pentair is a remarkable company to work for. It provides great learning and growth opportunities and recognizes your achievements and accomplishments. Working culture in the company is very friendly, family-like and quite vibrant with people from all ethnicities. It's a very multicultural place to work for. Management is very supportive and nice. Almost all managers I have dealt with on daily basis approach you with great respect and honour and are helpful in very professional way. It's one of the best companies in Canada.
Lunch and Learn Trainings, Table Tennis Table in the office, Free coffee on every floor
Managment is unprepared in many facets of major construction. Bully tactics, harassment and sexist behavior is blatant.
HSE Manager (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 13 February 2016
Job security within the HSE sector is non existent. Workers are hired without proper training, when staff does not understand expectations they are reprimanded and then let go before there 3 month probationary period without just cause or formal warning. Management is unprepared and unprofessional with lack of experience to guide a large division.
sales assistant (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 January 2016
I have learned a lot with Pentair and I am looking forward to using my knowledge as a stepping stone to where I want to be. They have taught my an immense amount of knowledge around valves and actuation, knowledge I would not have had the opportunity to learn anywhere else.
Assembleren van Butterfly valves Ball valves en Sapro's. Als Cell Leader leiding geven aan een kleine groep collega's. Mijn collega's kennen hun verantwoordelijkheden en staan voor kwaliteit. De problemen die zich nu voor doen in de opstart procedure van de productiegroep. Op dit moment werken in dagdienst,uitdaging van al nieuwtjes in de opstart fase.
Electrical Engineer -Design Lead (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 December 2015
good place to work, learned a lots Give all employees a stake in the company’s success, in the form of profit sharing, or stock options, or bonuses tied to performance. If the company does well, all employees should share in the success, in meaningful ways