Mechanical Draftsman (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 4 May 2017
Decent place to start your career at. Wage is the minimum and if you stay in good terms with upper management then you can get small raises each year. As in most places there are good people and then there are the others that you will rub the wrong way. But as long as you are in the correct clic then you will have a good chance of sticking around when lay-offs are needed.
SURVEY ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 1 May 2017
Being a survey assistant consists of working outside all year round. You will be asked to assist the survey party chief in a variety of geotechnical surveys. This will involve standing walking bending digging and some heavy lifting. Overall the people I have worked with have all created a pleasant place to work.
Mechanical Technologist (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 21 April 2017
After 7 years of work there, local firm was bought by Stantec. Expected to receive the 5 year bonus. Did not get it. So employees that started working after me got their 5 year bonus when they reached it.
Almost every day working on data analytics, sampling, working paper... Learned internal audit procedures. I was very independant since I was the only internal auditor in Québec, the other team members are in Edmonton. However I was in touch with Senior Auditor, receiving feedback from reviewed work. I really like working in this company. My made there my best professionnal experience
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 February 2017
Loved working for Stantec, great people, lots of great perks for the staff. I would have loved to stay working there except for the downsizing of the departments so thought it was time to look for another job.
Structural Engineer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 February 2017
The Stantec community unites approximately 22,000 employees working in over 400 locations across six continents. Our work—engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project economics, from initial project concept and planning through design, construction, and commissioning—begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships. With a long-term commitment to the people and places we serve, Stantec has the unique ability to connect to projects on a personal level and advance the quality of life in communities across the globe. Stantec trades on the TSX and the NYSE under the symbol STN.
Archeologist Field Technician (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 11 February 2017
• Assisted co-workers whenever possible. • Followed all precaution requirements to have a safe environment. • Record data of findings. • Inspect work of fellow employees. • Drive work vehicles to and from work sites. • Distinguish between Native and History artifacts.
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Alberta – 10 January 2017
Culture is very relaxed. The biggest surprise is how such a large organization is really just a bunch of independent business units with fragmented systems, procedures and management styles. Stantec has grown through numerous acquisitions. Company lacks solid project management systems/tools but they are in the process of implementing something. It really comes down to individual employees and whether you can collaborate with them. Hardest part of the job for a PM is being responsible for everything and having little control over things like functional teams, quality of product, lack of systems and enforcement of policies. The managers and business developers seem to have the most fun as they are not having to deal with lack of systems to get the job done.
Designer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 November 2016
Management and leadership act like children Always pointing fingers and blaming their mistake on other workers Job tile means nothing Co-workers were great in Mississauga Technical leads had little experience most enjoyable part of the job - Leaving
Knowledgeable, experienced, friendly people highlight this nice place to work
Senior Pipeline Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 November 2016
Fairly easy-going laid-back atmosphere in which to work. They provide everything you need to do the tasks you're assigned, plus a number of perks in the office (fancy coffee machines, gym, nice lunchrooms, computers/smart-boards in the meeting rooms, etc.).
The people are always willing to help, and generally very friendly and approachable.
Depth and breadth of knowledge and experience
Difficulty scaling down processes for smaller projects
Stantec is a dynamic work place of profissionals with excellent support for employee
Associate Technical Lead, Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 October 2016
Work ebvironment was flexible and all people in my department worked to meet group goals and objectives. the Environmental division had an excellent accounting and project management program. There were a large number of industry specialist to engage and work with. there were a large varitiy of types of projects both very large to small short term projects. Worked in open atmosphere with all staff. Many branches and offices throughout NA for great opportunities everywhere.
Adminstrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 September 2016
Do not recommend this organization for someone looking for a positive work environment -No job security creating undue stress on employees as they are constantly let go on a weekly basis -Remaining employees obtain additional work load with no pay increase and continue to face uncerainty (job loss can occur at anytime) -Pay freezes for 3 years with staff already being underpaid -Forced office closure that is unpaid -Improper systems in place lacking control -Good work life balance -Decent benefits -Pay is not good or bad, slightly below average -Poor Management in place, do not know how to coach and mentor employees