Manager, Facility and Tenant Services (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 July 2017
Great company to work for. Looking at advancing with SNC. If you have forgotten your Bell account's password, you can ask your manager or a colleague who reports to that manager to first reset your Bell account (generating a temporary password) that you can then change with the previous link.
Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 June 2017
Decent salaries and benefits packages for all employees, but the top-heavy management levels of this organization leads to a bureaucratic web that takes 6 layers of approval to get anything done. While some of that can't be helped with such a large international organization, even during the current harsh economic times they have retained an inordinate amount of VPs/execs despite a significant reduction in the regular employee base that actually conducts the work.
Workplace culture can also be a tad divisive at times, with more efforts required on inter-discipline coordination / team-building. The hardest part of the job is maintaining 100% billable hours during the harsh economic times when client project budgets are scant and lay-offs abound.
Junior Structural Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 June 2017
in my 4 years of experience, i enjoyed superb mentorship from one of the best structural engineers in Canada. My mentor was able to guide me through a wide variety of projects with rapidly increasing independence. The projection for professional growth is immense. The work environment is professional, friendly and safe.
Excellent Company with good benefits,friendly environment.Possibilities of working in the field and overseas.Very good management team. I started as a Junior Engineer and became Lead Engineer in a very short time. Hard work is very much appreciated and rewarded by the Company.
Flexible hours, many different kinds of jobs possible within the Company
Deputy Engineering Manager, El-Halassa Project (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 June 2017
a good company to get exciting engineering fill. They have projects in mining, nuclear, transportation, power and many other exciting fields. Work is complex and high quality. If you want to be a hard core engineer SNC is it
Admin (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 30 May 2017
Full time employment. Very busy position. A typical day was spent doing computer work reviewing various and preparing contracts. The hardest part was way too much work as the company could not keep Managers.
Technical Support (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 24 May 2017
I was there for almost 2 years, and I truly enjoyed the various job tasks that had been given to me. If it wasn't for the fact of moving to Toronto because of my change of marital status, I would have stayed at the company.
Buyer, Projects (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 May 2017
- Rewarding work place if you are willing to commit and to take and active role. - Disciplines can tend to work in siloes with no strong effort from management to encourage increased collaborative work.
Senior Lead Project Buyer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 April 2017
SNC is a great company to work. It's the best Canadian company operating globally and bringing great value. I feel proud that I worked with such a great employer who provided a great learning, mentoring and performing opportunity for me.Inclusive and diverse culture.
Sr. Instrument Designer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 March 2017
Good People & a very good workplace for everyone. Benefits are awesome and all employees are friendly and helpful with each other. its also a place wherein continuous learning for the employees are available thru continuous training's and seminars.
free coffees and donuts every friday courtesy of the department managers
Terrible, unqualified managers who cover up their ineptitude by pushing staff to do their job. Frequent reminders that the job market is sparse.
Scientist (Former Employee) – Canada – 25 March 2017
The compensation for the hours worked and stress is very low. Staff is under stress as they are reminded constantly that they are lucky to have a job. Totally unqualified managers with lowest ethics I have ever encountered. Learned nothing and conversely had management consistently take credit for the staff's personal work. Coworkers are amazing but underappreciated. Often they hire entry level workers that they can abuse and don't know any better as they have never worked at a reputable company before.
Maybe other departments are better but mine was abysmal.