Golder Associates Careers and Employment
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$650m to $1bn (CAD)
- IndustryManagement & Consulting
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Junior Engineer in Montreal,Ca
on 6 July 2021
Productive WorkplaceDecent workplace culture, I worked in one of their bigger offices and it was an inclusive environment.Manager didn't help me succeed nor did he provide guidance, even when I asked him for some. It did seem as though he was fairly new in the Leader role, so maybe I should cut him some slack? Not quite sure.
Field Technician/Soil Compaction Inspector in Cambridge, ON
on 16 March 2021
a good position for civil engineering students who can keep up with physically demanding work.Nice coworkers and easy to talk toA lot of driving but well compensated for itPhysically demandingAs a Civil engineering student I found this position to be a great experience to get out in the field and that the skills taught in my program prepared me for anything they asked of me.
Field Assistant in Terrace, BC
on 16 February 2021
Highly enjoyableThe field manager was very good and stresses safety first and would never question your decision if you had a concern, even if it is a temporary one.An example was when I was on an archaeology project and heavy machinery had to knock trees down; I left my site and made the supervisor know I had to leave. He was happy I left without being told and placed me at another site.The other people in charge were more than willing to help and were patiant and professional.
Wildlife Biologist in Edmonton, AB
on 18 January 2021
Great company though poor retention of contractual positionsIts a great company, very safety oriented and good professional development and mentorship opportunities and collaboration over multiple offices in different regions. Only downside is they do a lot of hiring in the spring on a contractual basis but dont retain any or very few of those individuals.
Hydrogeologist in Calgary, AB
on 4 January 2021
Good people, awful place to workGolder will never value or reward your contributions no matter how hard you work. There is zero job security and management will not hesitate to terminate your position with no notice. There is a terrible work life balance and extremely long hours/field rotations. Further, it is rare that golder will have a set field rotation schedule meaning you will never know when and/or how long you will be away for. The only positive was the people, there are some very smart and nice people to learn from and build relationships with.
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