Quality Control Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 July 2017
Shop was not a great place to work. I had personal information exposed by individuals who broke into my desk drawer. Management at the shop seemed to be out of touch with production activities and quality concerns. Field team was much better to work for and with. Quality and safety were top notch.
Equipment Admin (Former Employee) – Acheson, AB – 12 June 2017
The most enjoyable part of my job was going to work and it felt like having a second family. A typical day included data entry and problem solving The hardest part of my job was trying to collect information from various job sites
2nd Year Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 31 May 2017
I worked for Willbros down on Surmont 2 there was a project ongoing for a couple of months there. I was the very last electrician on site. we had a new contract that was supposed to be up on the brion site by suncor but our contract went south and I had to take a Layoff.
Apprentice Welder (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 April 2017
Willbro's was a great place to work throughout my apprenticeship. They were understanding and patient as ai grew as a worker and was able to develop many skills. I would defiantly work for this company again if the opportunity had rose.
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Sherwood Park, AB – 5 April 2017
Great place to work, very understanding to someone with a child. Office work is great, set hours with good pay and pretty steady work. Site work is very long days at decent pay but a very different atmosphere then in the office (even if you're in the office on site)
Labourer- consists of general duties as a labourer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 13 March 2017
a typical day consist of going to work with a job scope needing to get done with no hiccups and working with people who can help you get through various tasks with out any complications and the ability to fix any complications with minimum time delay
Intermediate Buyer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 February 2017
Willbros does good work and it was a pleasure to work with the team and build the portfolio of constructions projects. I still have some friends that work there and seem to enjoy it. They've done good work for my current company and continue to have a good safety culture.
Employee (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 1 February 2017
Willbros is an OK place to work. Divisions are all cliques. Management slow to react. Spend more time firing and hiring than focusing on training. Need to have a closer look at some of the individuals in management seats.
Safety Advisor (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 23 January 2017
Overall Willbros was a good company to work for, money was decent, people where good to work for management and employees. They were a company that was allays striving for improvement with the company it self and it's employee's. I enjoyed working for them.
Good benifets, money, people were repectful good work with
Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 5 January 2017
my day start with toolbox meeting morning,gather tool and material for task,plan my route,read drawing print,like to work with my co-worker make the day go faster,after the day work i like to go home to my family in pace
Welder's Apprentice (Former Employee) – Fort Hills, AB – 4 January 2017
Working with good co-workers and friends i learned to become a good welder, productive days with a lot of work to do. Would like to work everyday full-time.i am multi-tasked and motivated to get the job done
Safety Lead (Former Employee) – Hardisty, AB – 26 August 2016
Willbros gave me a chance to learn my craft as a safety ad visor and I appreciated that very much. Willbros needs to provide more direction and safety training for the safety ad visors in the field. Training has been cut back due to slow down in the oil industry
HSE Advisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 August 2016
Extremely disorganized company business units are a disaster. They have people in roles that are not knowledgeable skilled or Advanced enough to be placed in those rules. A lot of shoot-from-the-hip rules and programs developed. No alignment within the organization.