Administrator (Current Employee) – Toronto On. – 11 June 2017
It's very challenging but fun. Some residents are nice some are not but i always make sure to give them a 100% customer service satisfaction. The best is when you know they appreciate you because of your hard work.
Field Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 30 March 2017
Hands down one of the best places I ever worked. Management gives you the tools to be successful and genuinely care about your well being. Favorite part of that job was interacting with the great people in Deerwood, MN. and the hardest part of that was having to let people go.
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 19 January 2017
learn a lot from my seniors regarding finance and budgeting , it was fun going to different sites and helping with start ups , training new supervisors and lead hands , I always enjoy working with the companies I had worked
learning by traning sessions and helping different sites
so far i never had any negative encounter, it was always positive
Labourer/Operator (Former Employee) – Yellowknife, NT – 26 October 2016
I'm a hard working and fun to be around. I love working long hour. I'm never walk around on a job site you will always see me working and I'm never on my phone when I'm at work and I love to learn new skill.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – NWR – 10 February 2016
I really liked working for NWR- MEG Energy. They were nice people to work for. This was my first oil field job that I've had. If I could I would like to go work with any type of oild field position out there . I have the experience working on heavy equipment, big trucks, and also ground labor work. I've done trenching for my band for ten or more years, I installed water and sewer lines to our new houses on our reserve.
We had alot of slack days during lightning stand downs.
We never got paid for our holiday pay, just straight time
Operator, Side Boom (Former Employee) – Conklin, AB – 27 February 2015
the one job that I was on for this company was terrible. we were shut down by the prime contractor for safety withing my second week of working for them. I had a job offer somewhere else while sitting home waiting for the call to go back with site..and had called my foreman to give notice of another job I was offered. we were still shut down and weren't due to return back for 14 days. I couldn't afford to not be working so I took the other job. I never did hear back from him. then some time later in the year I was called to go to a job for site in Sask but the day before I was supposed to leave to travel there I was called by my new foreman saying I was black balled from site and not given a reason as to why. that in my eyes is childish and unprofessional. I can see if I didn't call and give notice and burnt a bridge but to be black balled for no reason is childish.
Administrative Assistant Safety Professional (Former Employee) – Bonneville, Alberta – 15 September 2014
Force Pile Driving only recently became a division of Site Energy and I would say its in the knick of time, as they forge documents and don't report incidents, while working on high profile jobs. The management team is a family of racist men against woman and natives of this country. One supervisor screamed at the top of his lungs in my face twice and they were driving us to and from camp and the work site, without the property licensing or insurance. When I brought these matters up to the upper management they fired me, a blessing in disguise I must say.