Steam/Glycol Heating Systems Specialist (Former Employee) – Cold Lake, AB – 25 July 2017
Started working in the cold lake for Quinn in 2001 I worked my way up to the heating system job. The company was very fair with the pay and work time. When the oil prices started to go down,the work slowed down to as it always does. I would go back to work for Quinn if the call was there.
Place was great when I started working there but went down hill when restructure occured.
Benefits Administrator (Former Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 8 June 2017
A typical day at work consisted of customer service inquiries and reporting. The work culture in the beginning was great but after the re-structure and economy slide due to oil price drop, the overall atmosphere changed in a negative way.
Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Chetwynd, BC – 17 May 2017
One of the best companies I have worked for. They are very understanding and the always making sure that you are working in a safe manner. They provide you with amazing training so you can carry with the job they assign you.
Journeyman Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 22 March 2017
my experience with Quinn was rocky at best. i found their choice/of supervision and managment was based on being friends with someone and not having sufficient skills required to do the job. thus i found there was always the wrong person in place. good workers were left unnoticed because the poor supervision and managment did not want to feel as tho their job was threatened.
Maintenance Pipefitter (Current Employee) – Cold Lake, AB – 3 March 2017
They are a good employer, they have a great benefits package, they also have a good safety standard and varied work locations. Quinn ook a big hit during the oil price collapse but they survived and recovering
Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Cold Lake, AB – 17 December 2016
great company, great co workers. hated to see the job end as an apprentice i learned every day from the experience they hired . i was lucky to be chosen out of school to join their team, wish i could get back out there.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Cold Lake, AB – 21 July 2016
Drive to work in company van an hour drive get there at 7am safety meeting starts at 7:30 until 8. always work with same partner get informed of the job task we are being assigned to that day. fill out daily paper work (pre task assessment) get supplies for task drive to location get permitted from field operator. start job when done return to lead hand for new task. Great job always learning something new, good thing about working for Quinn always had work to do. Hardest part was the travel to and from work each day