CO-OP Program Keyano College (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – August 24, 2012
This job was pipe and more pipe for tailings lines 20 to 40 inch. I gained a lot of expierine stick welding here in all postitions as well as learned the protocals and procedures involved with welding and inspecting the welds visually. The management was great treated you very well the co workers were mostly good as usual.
Great company to work for. Advancement is only hindered by your own abilities.
DCU Operator; Hydrogen reformer operator (Current Employee), U1 Fort Mac – August 9, 2012
Pros: good pay lots of room for advancement.
Cons: not many if you're from industries other than oil and gas.
Good pay, awesome workforce, lots of room for advancement. Some jobs are fairly labour intensive (hello cokers) but the pay is good and overtime is abundant. Great advancement in the power engineering field; got fourth class time in six months and immediately qualified and began third class.
You shouldn't have worked in a place that was so icky, yucky and smelly!
Job Work/Life Balance
Had some great work get togethers, BBQ's, Ball Games, Golf tournaments
Guest Service Attendant (Former Employee), Cambridge, ON – April 7, 2012
I worked from 7am -3pm, Monday - Friday. I was with that company for 21 years and was dedicated to my job. I enjoyed everyday going to work as i got to meet some great people over the time there. My job was pumping gas, washing windows, checking oil, and talking with some great people. I had worked with some good people and like every job there has – more... to be some not so good people. I worked very had in all eliments of the weather. The hardest part of my job was working with customers that were having a bad day of their own. My most enjoyable part of my day was seeing all my regular customers who I still see or talk to as of todays date. I have made some great friends over my years of working at that service centre in Cambridge Ontario. – less