Truck Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – Swan Hills, AB – 21 April 2016
Manager and staff were good to work with and for, Equipment was clean and decent to work with. This is my second time working for this company in different divisions and both were for the most part good to work for !
wash bay attendant (Former Employee) – beaverlodge alberta – 21 October 2015
I loved working at rockwater . it was the frist time for me working in the oil field learned a lot of things worked with great people will to teach you any thing you wanted to know .every one worked as a team never leaving any one to work by them self .
Driver (Current Employee) – Peace River Alberta – 25 January 2015
If it wasn't for the extreme lack of leadership from the management team it would be a great place to work. Our manager in the Peace River Alberta site only shows up 1 day a week; but he is still sucking a full salary out of Rockwater. He also is about as bright as the slow kid in grade 5. In over 30 years of working full time, I have never worked for a manager as useless and stupid. The guy wouldn't know oppurtunity if it ran him over. Since I started there they have taken away our safety bonus, screwed people out of their referal bonus and manipulated the pay schedules. Even when you prove them wrong, they are not man enough to apologize. I personally know the mechanic that was fired from there and left a review. Great guy. Best mechanic I've ever known. Rockwaters loss.
Good kitchen in camp
Management needs to learn to manage instead of bullying!
Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic (Former Employee) – Peace River, AB – 20 November 2014
I repaired Heavy equipment and enjoyed my job. I learned the sad reality of the expression "it's not WHAT you know but who you know". Management was the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen as they behaved like a bunch of teenage girls. "Popularity" seemed more important to them than work ethic and proper procedures. Most of my coworkers were completely incompetent and were being replaced constantly. However some very good and hard working employees were let go for speaking their mind on such issues as SAFETY and proper procedures. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the BS of childish and unprofessional management. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with the truck drivers, my work and meeting some good guys despite the issues with management!