Great experience working at refineries and power plants across the prairies.
Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 24 October 2012
The thing I enjoyed about working with CEDA was that you never knew what you would be doing from day to day. One day I would be cleaning out a tank and the next day hydro-excavating. It was interesting to see how a refinery operates and was lucky to be in parts of the refinery not many people go. During shutdowns I was responsible for cleaning all four 180' reactors on the day crew because I wasn't afraid of heights and many others were not keen on doing that job.
great experience, is the reason why i became interested in power engineering.
dirty work environment, low paying, can be quite labor intensive.
Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 13 March 2018
No one is happy here. Everyone walks on eggshells due to the new management "team". Multiple daily head games. Revolving door of employees either voluntarily quitting or being terminated. Management is nice to worker's faces but trashes everyone behind their back, especially field workers. Extremely unprofessional including racial slurs, multiple homophobic remarks. Zero confidentiality as personal problems with employees was disclosed to everyone as gossip. Lack of HR support in Sarnia location. They're aware of the problems but hands are tied with bureaucratic nightmare. The only enjoyable part of this job was when everyone could just be themselves when management was out running their errands. Once managers returned everyone had to pretend like they were brilliant. Strong acting roles required.