3.5 out of 5 stars.
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews

FARMER CONSTRUCTION Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Industry
    Construction & Facilities Services
Learn more

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 15 reviews and is evolving.


First Year Apprentice in Victoria, BC
on 23 May 2020
Working hard, meeting new people. learning new skills. using tools. trying new things. Sent me to new site after. found work everyday. understanding about emplyee issues.
Carpenter in Victoria, BC
on 15 March 2021
Amazing company
This is the best construction company in town. Yes it's hard work but they are a good group of guys. Lots of great projects in the city and the company is only getting better.
Labourer in Victoria, BC
on 4 March 2021
Amazing comapny
work here it is great, site guys are good group and lot sof run to wokr with l like everyione and have good time working with crews. worked at few other companyes and not as good.
Rigger / skilled labourer in Victoria, BC
on 30 January 2020
good job, decent people
its a great place to work union wise as you are only ever a number on site with a specific skill set needed on a job site. its a great way to learn in the trades
Project Coordinator in Victoria, BC
on 6 November 2019
3 most enjoyable things about working here
1. Outstanding history in Victoria 2. Regular office hours /1 hour lunch / Showers / Parking / Accessibilty (ramps and elevator) 3. Dockside Green location

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 11 questions about working at FARMER CONSTRUCTION. See the answers, explore popular topics, and discover unique insights from FARMER CONSTRUCTION employees.

See questions about:

  • CEO
  • Hiring Process
  • Interviews
  • Background Check
  • Dress Code
  • Part Time Jobs
  • Salaries
  • Working Culture
  • Working Hours
  • Work Life Balance

Interview insights

Insights from 18 Indeed users who have interviewed with FARMER CONSTRUCTION within the last 5 years.
Favourable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Really easy to get into labouring. Asked if I can handle power tools and if I had my own set of personal tools, i.e. work apron, hammer, tape measure, chisel....etc.

Shared on 25 October 2018
  • Companies
Tell us how to improve this page
What would you add or change?