Senior Billing Analyst (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 17 June 2017
I enjoy my job and being a team player. Many hands make for light work. I strive daily to work above and beyond expectations. I have learned many new skills at Soroc, I am more apt in my computer knowledge and skills.
IT support tech (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 9 November 2017
working with Soroc was a fun experience, I have never worked with a company that stood behind their employees as much as these guys did, my leaving had nothing to do with management as we were all able to joke communicate and get along great.
my reason for leaving was the highs and lows from the work schedule.
when there is work to be done the hours are great, with travel and hourly rates you can make anywhere from 80-100+ hours in a single week, but when there is no work you may struggle to get 5 - 10 hours a week.
summer time is usually the busiest time and where you make a lot of your money, Winter is slow and unless you saved up money from the summer or if you have a side job to fall back on you can struggle in the winter.
Paid for travel and rembursed for many work expences
2nd Leve; Support - technicial (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 17 February 2016
My daily work involved support HD agents and Field technicians by providing resolution to issues they cannot resolved on their own. My Co-works was awesome in assisting when busy. The management had a open door policy where you can approach anyone and voice your concerns or advise on issues.
Project Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 January 2014
A typical day at work would be meeting the team on site and setting up. Because of the time sensitive nature, workload in shared all through the process. The hardest part is the tension and pressure to get the process completed before a certain time frame in case of rollback. The most enjoyable part is the flexibility.
paid travel allowances
each project is considered a new project even though the procedures are exactly the same.
IT Analyst/Warranty Administrator (Former Employee) – Vaughn, ON – 23 February 2013
Typical day at work includes troubleshooting hardware issues. I have learned how to troubleshoot and implement hardware issues into day to day life. Management and coworkers are great. The hardest part of my job is no room to grow. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with a great team
SERVICE PROJECTS COORDINATOR IMAC TEAM LEADER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 December 2012
Influenced Best in Class results, as first point of contact for escalations in the IMAC (network installations, moves, additions and changes) department; tasked with delivering and addressing clients’ needs via the identification, diagnosis and remedial actions of technical problems. Provided leadership to technical project teams and direct staff while maintaining overall responsibility for deliverable s and technology roll outs. Ensured projects were performed and completed in accordance with schedules, standards and certification. Supported a philosophy of management by example, fostering an engaging culture and learning environment.