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SMS Equipment Employer Reviews

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Fast Paced and great opportunities for education in different areas.
Administrative, AR&AP, R.A.M.P Assistant (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AlbertaJuly 21, 2014
Working for SMS allowed me to learn a multitude of skills in the admistrative feild for the oil service industry.

It was a face paced and challenging company.
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great company values
Service Clerk/Payroll (Former Employee), Prince GeorgeJune 30, 2014
Pros: positive environment
Cons: cut backs
sms was a great place to work, with friendly, supportive management, and a great team.
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Foreman (Former Employee), Edmonton,abApril 17, 2014
Lots of great people to work with excellent salary they meet market conditions
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Vary good company to work for.
Journeyman Heavy Equipment Field Technician (Former Employee), Chetwynd, BCAugust 8, 2013
Great people, lots of training and room for growth. Ability to transfer with in the company.
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Positive atmosphere.
LABOURER (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, ABJuly 9, 2013
Great people, great benefits, great management, overall great place to work!
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Positive work environment
Shipper/Receiver (Former Employee), Williams Lake, BCApril 4, 2013
Pros: helpful and patient staff
Cons: i can't think of any
Learned new skills every day
Shipper/Receiver responsibilities
Management and co-workers were very supportive
Computer system was a bit complicated
The team spirit and co-operation within the company was second to none
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this job was one off the better
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee), Prince George, BCMarch 27, 2013
Pros: good place to work and really fun to work for
Cons: there was no cons working for sms
working for sms was the best experience i got so far as it had all kinds of deffrentes challenges in the years i work there
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Meeting new people while learning new skills.
Hone operator (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABFebruary 11, 2013
Arrived at 6 am. Participated in an exercise program before starting work. While working I learned how to hone large cylinders. Management instilled and demanded safety at all times.Co-workers were pleasant and helpful when needed. My main problem with my job was I had difficulty measuring certain cylinders. I enjoyed learning new procedures that were – more... outside my normal HD Mechanic learning. – less
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Good place to work with a journeyman ticket.
Labourer and First aid level 3 attendant (Current Employee), Elkford, BCSeptember 19, 2012
Pros: good pay and equal time off.
Cons: old i could have an apprenticship after proving myself, and now am told i have to go to school for a year before the chance at an apprenticship
Good pay and beneficial time off. I did learn alot about mining equipment specificaly Komatsu equipment. I learned how to service these machines and assemble alot of them.I gained alot of valuble experience and tickets.
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Awesome co-workers and fun place to work
Warehouse Tech. (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABJune 14, 2012
Pros: safe work environment
Cons: working in extreme temperatures
A typical day at work with SMS Equipment...

I'd usually start my day with completing an FLRA, which is a required task. SMS was very strict when it came to safety, which was great.
Next i'd move on to my other daily duties, filling customer orders, shipping/receiving freight, loading/unloading trucks..etc. The most difficult part of my job would have – more... to be working in extreme temperatures, even with the winter attire that SMS provided it was still difficult working in below 30. The most enjoyable part of my job is definitely meeting new people and getting to work with my co-workers. – less