Labourer/Operator (Current Employee) – Lockeport, NS – 8 January 2018
clearwatwr is a good place to work if you don't mind working 1-3 days a week it is not a good career choice as most of the year your laid off due to lack of work and they can not give you enough hour to get ei.
Retail Employee and Cashier (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 2 May 2018
A typical day at Clearwater involved setting up creative displays, maintaining a clean and safe work environment, stocking, packaging, and organizing merchandise, operating a cashier, and interacting with both customers and my fellow employees.
Working at Clearwater was really well, the staff there are amazing, super nice and sweet people, you become almost like a family working there, it was heartbreaking to leave but everyone who works there is super supportive and honestly some of the best people you'll ever meet. xx
The best part of a days work is getting a break down back up and running . Saving money and making new equipment to help other people's job easier. And learning about new things and improving my horizons. A down side is being away from family. But I enjoy my time home to the fullest.
working for clearwater was a great experience for me they offered good hours that allowed me to earn a good amount over the summer the staff are friendly and always make new employees feel like family. highly recommended.
Processor (Current Employee) – Lunenburg, NS – 7 November 2012
Work 7 hr. shifts twice a day for 15 days while at sea, have 15 days at home to do what you want, which is nice.Some of management are good but others are just trying to make their way up the ladder, and it doesn't matter who's toes they step on. I always enjoyed the sea and having a break from the hum drum of land but also love the land after a trip.The money is good with the company but the uncertainty of when and if you get to sail is not good for planning anything and not much of a security.