Equipment operator (Former Employee), FortMcMurray.AB – March 1, 2014
Pros: company truck, always something new, good staff
Cons: poor management
I enjoyed my job with Tervita but I agree with some other postings that the management was not the best. No communication with employees and I found supervisors had no real ambition to help equipment operator to advance. I left for personal reasons a few years back but I did gain lots of experience and got to work all over Alberta.
Accounting (Current Employee), Houston Texas – October 14, 2013
Pros: standard benefits. nice new office
Cons: management new disorganized
Promises & inaccurate information during the 3 hr interview process. New ERP system lots if growing pains. Management was nice but made promises they did not intent to keep. Fair warning take what is said with a grain of salt
Field Supervisor (Current Employee), North Dakota – May 24, 2013
Pros: paid vacations
Cons: healthcare costs
Start the day checking on all rigs is a typical day at work Drilling fluid control is what we do everyday The weather is the hardest part of my job Being around good people is the most enjoyable part of my job
HR/PR Service Center Advisor (Former Employee), Houston, TX – February 12, 2013
Pros: friendly and fun atmosphere
I enjoyed my time at Tervita, I learned valuable skills that will assist me with my next employment opportunity. Very busy but understaffed and new taks added regularly to keep up with business needs but also making it very easy to make errors and become distracted.