Second Year Electrician (Former Employee), Sherwood Park, AB – August 16, 2015
Pros: Short drive to work
Cons: very repetative
I got the ISO grabbed my heat trace, and tie wired the heat trace to the pipes. I did this all day moving mod to mod. I never did heat trace before this job so I was happy to learn something new and now feel very confident in heat tracing. Management was great! As well as the employees.
NE BC Safety Advisor (Former Employee), Fort St John, BC – June 15, 2015
Good place to work for. The company provided training for all course required for working in the CSO position. The most enjoyable part of the job was interaction with the other employees who are out in the field.
Electrician (Former Employee), Edmonton – February 10, 2015
Cons: everything! false promises and no integrity with management and company.
They say continuous work and peace of mind but it's a pipe dream they're selling. Laid me off saying they have no work and a few days later they're hiring again. No loyalty to hardworking guys. Unorganized, managements clueless and safety guy comes into work hung over.
Construction Electrician (Current Employee), FSJ – February 8, 2014
Pros: loa work
Cons: local work
Kinda low on the salary scale when compared to other companies who do the same work, especially for the BC shops. Lots of moving from site to site and never know where your going to be next nor for how long. They do keep you busy which is a good thing.
Temporary Field Administrator (Current Employee), BC – December 19, 2013
Pros: paid travel and living out allowance.
Cons: long hours
I have learned how incredibly blessed I am to be making a great living with the oil and gas industry. I have learned how to manage over 100 employees. My co-workers are a lot of fun and serious about success. The hardest part of my job is the long days of 12- 15 hour days for up to 24 days straight.