Lead (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 September 2017
The company grows by acquisitions and as a result the uniformity that it tries to achieve struggles, this is also hampered by the fact that it is a large public company that's main goal is to meet quarterly targets.
Quality Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 August 2017
Nice work place with complete amenities, the food and accommodation are fantastic. working environment so awesome. teamwork and acquaintances highly considerable by the management. The gym complete equipment I enjoy exercise and play ping pong sometimes.
Cost Controller (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 March 2017
Project based job with support from management. Learned how to work with project managers and contractors workplace is fast paced the most enjoyable part of the job is you can see how much you help ed the client saved benefit is about average
VP & Director (Former Employee) – Calgary, Alberta – 2 December 2016
Growth through acquisition with poor assimilation. Management was not properly trained or available to provide leadership and/or direction. Company is totally focused on billable hours vs. quality of service.
Steamfitter/Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 October 2016
I found this job very rewarding with a very respectful group of professionals to work with. safety is very important with this company and will spend a good part of the pre job meeting in the morning addressing safety concerns and discussing how to work safe on the job. Safety is drilled into your head, so that when you go on site, you can identify hazards before you are injured. Plain and simple. I found a lot of camaraderie between workers on site and off. Although my time on job was cut short because of a personal issue, I would work for them again in a second.
Pipefitter Lead Hand (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 September 2016
AECOM has been in an up and down slide as every other company in oil and gas has. It has its benefits, my career path started with Flint and they are now Aecom. the guidance was not there but they got you started. downside there are some behind door agreements that are made and its not fair for everyone else. i feel if you earn and get the education for your trade or job you should be paid accordingly. people who don't take the plunge and upgrade there positions should not be paid more than a qualified individual.
Lead Hand-Material Technician/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB / Fort McMurray – 10 May 2016
Worked here for 6.5 years and moved to various project locations. Enabled me to apprentice for my Journeyman Material Technician. Good life work balance Co- workers were great have made some life long friends. Hardest part of the job was it ending and leaving the people who have become a second family.
Recruitment Administrator (Contract) (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 April 2016
Work with team ensuring all daily tasks are met I learnt the recruitment process and what steps were taken to new hires Management was well involved in ensuring the employees needs were met Coworkers were very friendly an helpful in general Hardest part of the job was very repetative Most enjoyable part of the job was working in a professional enviroment
A well-managed company that values it's employees.
Site SCM Lead (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 January 2016
Typical on-site industrial construction in the oil and gas sector. Management was well represented and receptive. My co-workers were professional and respectful. The hardest part of the job was when there was no more work. (industry-wide economic downturn).
Management cares about it's people.
Other than factors beyond it's control (ie: industry slow-down)....none.