Ernest Ave London - Upper Bay technician (Former Employee) – London, ON – 16 August 2017
I enjoyed working at pro oil change, it was a good bunch of guys to work with laid back environment. However, there are some down sides. If you have a day off and have plans expect them to tell you you're working regardless
Great for automotive enthusiasts looking for work in this field.
Lube technician (Current Employee) – Ajax, ON – 1 January 2016
Days usually run smooth, and theres never a day that goes by that you won't learn something new. Management is good, the place is ran by men who know what needs to be done, and how to efficiently follow up. Co- workers become something similar to family, and communication is what keeps them all close. Hardest part of the job is simply up to you, if you like to work there shouldn't be any problems. It all depends on your work ethics. I enjoy just working in an environment that offers opportunities to meet new people everyday, and can have a little fun once in a while.
Upperbay/Lowerbay Technician, Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tillsonburg, ON – 9 April 2015
A typical day at work was an eight to eleven hour work day that consisted of providing fast and efficient oil changes and other related services. I learned a lot at this job considering I only had basic knowledge of auto fluid exchanges etc. It was generally a very fast paced environment which relied mainly on teamwork. Co-workers were generally fantastic and we were a great team.
Hardest part of the job was that we were usually short staffed which created long hours and added strain on the team.
Most enjoyable part of my job was working with the team members I had, and interacting with our regular customers.
great team, enjoyed the work, interacting with our regular customers
long hours, short-staffed and few to no breaks some days
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 13 January 2014
It was a very busy office with daily, weekly and monthly reports. The reports went directly to the vice president and president of the company. It was a small staff at head office where I worked. Sometimes it was just me there all day. The commute was much shorter than the previous position I held in Mississauga. I enjoyed getting through traffic quicker.
Learnt a lot of new things everyday, and a very fun work place.
Customer Service Greeter (Current Employee) – Port Coquitlam, BC – 25 November 2013
I learned a lot of new information about car maintenance, how to deal with unsatisfied customers, understood and got taught how to please the customer. The management was excellent, the owner of the company actually was a floor worker and everyone that was employed there created a phenomenal environment to work in, very easy people to get along with and everyone always helped each other out. The hardest part of the job was not having a scheduled break, sometimes we would not get a chance to eat lunch. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to assist customers with many different things; maintenance on their cars, directions, and just being that one person that they relief all their stress on.