No job security in this industry. All good news in the town hall meeting, but people get laid off everyday not base on their performance but the relationship with the manager. There's a lot opportunities to grow, not bad at if the economic is stable.
Expeditor for BP Projects on the BP (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – August 31, 2015
Great place to work. Great place to improve your skills. Can be challenging when someone likes to see themselves grow. All the colleagues were great to work with . Great Management support when needed. Always looking to improve especially in a downward Economy.
Productive and professional workplace. Nice co-workers
Lead Electrical Designer (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – July 17, 2015
Depending on the bussines unit you will face different kind of work. Personally, I enjoy the Improve units, these offices deal with (mostly) brownfield projects, it is usually interesting because you need to figure it out how to make changes or incorporate systems and equipment into running plants. The not so fun part is to dig for information when documentation is not organized, and drawings/documents need to be updated prior to the design process. It is great to see your design once it is installed and working in the field.
Worked close to home. Loved the people I worked with
Technical Document Control Analyst (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – June 11, 2015
I worked on site at Shell Scotford in Fort Saskatchewan for WorleyParsons. I enjoyed the work I did and the people I worked with, They were my work family. It was a great environment with the flexibility I needed when it came to family and health