Motorhand (Current Employee) – Alberta/British columbia – 15 January 2017
Just survive and your good, it isn't easy but it's worth it. The rigs break most people but if you don't break then your gonna make it. If your ok with a job where you can die at any point then this is for you
Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 July 2015
Precision provides a great place for people to develop their skills and knowledge. I was afforded the opportunity to grow from entry level to leadership roles while at the same time learning a huge amount about the oilfield services business.
Tour Sheet Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 23 February 2015
The work was very scheduled, had lots of laughs - the people were great. Had great bonuses and benefits. Had the occasional lunch with work people paid by the company, great Christmas and Stampede parties.
A very good group of people to work with
No holidays during month end, no flex days, couldn't work hours
Senior Accounts Payable Administrator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 April 2014
Typical day at work - reviewing coding, journal entries, interacting with employees and managers to resolve issues. What you learned - time management and communication skills Management - Very Ethical and goal oriented. Co-workers - Promotes a team oriented environment Hardest part of the job - Not enough exposure to other areas of accounting Most enjoyable part of the job - the team environment.
Loader operator (Current Employee) – Red Deer – 4 September 2013
I was called to go to work for these guys. So I packed my stuff and left for red deer. Upon arrival I find out that : 1). We weren't hired we were given the opportunity go through their training at our expense 2). Once through the training you are not told if you have been hired our not. 3). You are now on a call in as needed.
So after almost 4000 Kms, $1500 and 6 weeks without a call. I am now broke and stuck in Calgary. They have screwed me over. They claim there isn't even any shop time.
One positive thing our trainer WH. Was great, he was the best part of the whole stinking mess
I would avoid these guys the are just fishing for talent.
Payroll time administrator (Current Employee) – calgary, AB – 4 January 2013
-Managing Employee time sheets by entering them in the system, , preparing for payroll processing, answering helpline, reviewing errors and correcting them -Learned payroll management skills using SAP -Great team to work with -Hardest part is getting the root cause fixed for the re-occuring errors -Most enjoyable part is assisting the employees with their inquries and problem solving