Group Lead, Tillsonburg Blade Facility (Current Employee) – Tillsonburg, ON – 18 May 2017
Everyday brings new and exciting challenges in the aftercare department at Siemens. From master plan changes and weekly output challenges to staff and weather. The work that is done here is very sensitive to time and weather, and depends very much on the entire plant for proper functionality. I have created and designed many different shift rotations and process plans to keep up with the changes in our customer market. Trialed and developed new tools and for improved performance and reduced time.
Electrical Engineer analysis (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 18 January 2016
Always managing a new bid using Microsoft word/excel. I learned a lot of different skills at work such as time management is very important and always staying organized. I enjoyed working there for my 4 months coop and hopefully i find something with similar culture.
business development (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 January 2016
Management are often changed frequently. Minimum growth for individuals who have minimum experience. Work culture is very competitive and often determined by the employees political position within the company
Truck shop technician / Mobile service technician (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 December 2015
Siemens Transportation had offered me a solid opportunity to gain tons of diagnostic and R&R experience. Worked in truck shop for a short time before being thrown in to the field being the first tech to manage & maintain all of Kindersley's fleet of units at the TruckAll yard in west Edmonton. Despite being very poorly equipped, poor communication and poor rate of pay for the type of work being done; it was a great learning experience having run a service truck alone with constant heavy workload.
Good environment & attitude amongst all workers, wide variety of work & responsibilities
Disorganized management, lack of experienced technicians, poor pay
A clean Inviroment, Friendly people and a fair Corporation.
Inventory Clerk Lead Hand (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 30 November 2015
Working for Siemens Canada give me great confidence in myself due to the trust and cooperation relationship the company have with employees. A day of work mean, communication had to be the at the top of the list to make sure we meet dead lines to keep our customer happy. Management always try to stay on top of the business and alternative solutions to any circumstantial issues that can arise on a day to day bases, for the prosperity of the company. The hardest part of the job was to deal with difficult or unhappy customers, and find applicable solutions. But the must enjoyable part of the job, was to work with good people, who beside being friendly they have integrity, trust, pride on their job, and to do whats right. I enjoyed working for Siemens Canada all those years.
Amazing Platform for newcomers to excel in their professional lives
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Pakistan – 31 October 2015
I held this position during the pursuit of an undergraduate degree and it takes little time for students to understand how things work in practical world but I was very fortunate as I got The best environment and management which always made me feel home. I polished my skills of accounting and finance by applying them in real life and all those Accounting Standards which were so difficult to understand when I was studying them now seems very easy to apply and one can get a lot of sense out of them. The hardest Part of the job would be my presentation of the reports specially in front of managers and senior management and once you knew that it went good and everyone was happy with your work made it the most enjoyable part of the job as it boosted my confidence and determination to achieve more.
Project Manager/ Electrical Power Engineer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 October 2015
Working with Siemens Canada Limited is a good experience and adding a value to the CV. I have enhanced my knowledge especially in the project management, and engineering as well. Management are so kind, and they do listen to the employees. Co-workers are so co-operative and helpful with each other.
I do recommend for others working with Siemens Canada Limited, but unlikely they don't have currently many projects. Therefore, I'm looking for a job, as my contract will end very soon.