Bulldog Energy Group
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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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    Bulldog Energy Group website
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Rating is calculated based on 39 reviews and is evolving.



Vacuum Truck Operator in Mannville, AB
on 9 December 2021
Long hours, away from home.
You never know where your going until the last minute, sometimes had to wait for days. If you had a camp it was better because you didn't have to cook and add that time to your 12 hour day. Met workers that had to help because they weren't ready or trained enough on their unit to do the job properly. This line of work is not for a family man.
Water Truck Driver in British Columbia
on 14 June 2022
needs improvement
I spent a lot of my time and theirs getting certified to do the job required of me. Right from the day I started there I was did not receive the the training I was promised, then a few days into the new job I was told I had to remove myself from the worksite as there was one course not completed by me. The way I see it that was up to the staff involved in sending me off to camp and jobsite, after a couple weeks of courses I didn't know what was what anymore, sad that I quit after all the time and money spent on courses, it didn't have to go that way, I liked most people there hope they get it together in that office, as it didn't give me a lot of confidence to move forward in my career at Bulldog.
Hydrovac/Combovac Operator in Alberta
on 24 May 2022
Good Teammates, Starts with Dispatch!
Great atmosphere, flexible work schedules so you have time for your personal life! Lots of hours if your willing to travel for different projects, relatively able to work where you feel comfortable and confidence to fit in. Office personnel easy to approach for questions you may have regarding the work schedule and project in general. Mechanics are always on top of any repairs needed or requests you may have for the equipment, strong positive atmosphere with other drivers that have experience to share ideas or questions you may have about the type of work!
Hoe operator in Nisku, AB
on 5 January 2021
A good place to work but they didn’t have enough work on their rig hoe side
The pay was decent. The manager was very accommodating if you needed a few extra days off. Want lists were never an issue and there was always a mechanic available if needed
Vac and Water Truck Operator, Equipment Operator, and Field Supervisor in Mannville, AB
on 9 September 2020
Not bad, needs some culture change.
More local people, less eastern guys with all the work. Would be nice to support local more, there are talented guys in our province? Less favouritism from management and more about the work and less about the friendship!

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Process takes about a day or two

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What class of license you hold, how long. Experience you have doing the job. How fit are you for long hours . What tickets you hold.

Shared on 9 December 2021

My interview was a red flag with many questions dealing with things outside of my position.

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