Maintenance & Technical Engineer (Intern) (Former Employee) – Lloydminster, SK – 4 January 2019
Working at Husky Energy as an intern was a great experience that introduced me to the technical engineering side of projects and was able to develop my skills under the supervision of a supportive management team.
Great Team Atmosphere, Great Management Team, Good Benefits
Management and culture is designed for engineering advancement.
Measurement Specialist (Current Employee) – Lloydminster, SK – 18 July 2018
Company has a history of hiring experienced highly skilled personnel but once these people are hired they will not trust there experience and knowledge but instead need to validate these people with outside opinions. Calgary has many engineers that do not know subject matter and will not listen to SME. They like to go there own way and have a history of do things until caught methodology.
Customer Service Representative (Part-time) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 September 2018
I have learned a lot of new things with the husky. I was able to improve my communication skills. The most fun part is that you meet a lot of new customers daily. The management is very good and helping. Overall experience is very good.
Professional (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 28 March 2018
I enjoyed nearly every single day of my employment with Husky Energy. I loved the leadership, the social aspect of work, the clear direction of the company, but, most importantly, I was recognized for the work I did. Whether it was my own leader or his leader, or the VP down the hall, people knew about your contribution and appreciated you. I struggled occasionally with work life balance because the hours are long (8-5) and you carry a work phone, and are sometimes on call. But I loved the company so I never really minded pitching in after hours. Great group of people working there. Very little drama.
Good social activities, engaged workforce, excellent compensation
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Frances, ON – 11 January 2019
A typical day at work revolved around doing the inventory check of both cigarettes and lottery tickets upon starting the day. We were also expected to count and balance the till at both the start and end of a shift. The hardest part of the job was balancing the work related duties away from the till around customers, as there was only one employee on site after six o'clock in the evening .
Consultant, Construction Site Representative (Former Employee) – Lloydminster, AB – 5 July 2018
Husky is a stable company with great assets. The management team was lacking in vision and technical ability. This is evident in some of the decisions made and the work culture. I was based in Lloydminster for over a year and never did any outside training or even went to Calgary for any meetings.
Field Operator (Former Employee) – Lloydminster, AB – 29 December 2018
Husky has great company culture, all my co-workers were very friendly and fun to be with. As a summer student, you learn hands on experience of the rotary equipment, engine rooms, pipes, valves, instrumentation, rig operations, maintenance and troubleshooting,
Drive a company truck several hours a day for maintenance of all the oil wells. Good to see the different types of problems and issues that appear on the field but rarely mentioned during engineering design work.
Lots of safety culture, many safety meetings. The plant was a sour facility, so there was extensive first aid, H2S and other safety training.
Strong and Diversified productions but silo working culture
Staff Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 November 2018
Last 5 years, I was working as tech service support process engineer to have great experience working on natural gas, pipelines, water treating, procurement chemical vendor reviews.
Most of projects were pretty challenging, like trouble shooting, providing cold eye review to MOC, HAZOP process support. Because we were not dealing with day to day normal operations but more hard or even worst scenarios requested by operation teams.
By doing that, I had to increase and balance my process skills in a wide and broad range to handle work loads from operations. Really learned lot and generated massive cost savings to operations teams.
Although I was only with the company for a short time,I enjoyed the overall great work culture Husky's employees bring to the workplace. Its an organization that allows advancement with higher career opportunities to move up quick if you are so inclined. The mentors and steam leads are helpful in aiding in achievement of personal, short and long-term goals. Overall I think it's an exceptional organization to be associated with.
Procedures/Records Analyst, Data Assistant (Former Employee) – Lloydminster – 27 December 2018
While at Husky I learned a lot about the industry and Husky always made sure to keep up to date training for employees. Information and processes are updated and shared throughout the organization through SharePoint and all programs are easily accessible to all employees. Overall Husky Energy is a great place to work.
Training was available for all.
Not all business units are run in the same manner.
Customer Experience Analyst (Current Employee) – Lloydminster, SK – 26 October 2018
Currently on contract, no job security. My contract is for 1 year, therefore, after 1 year which is Feb 2019, I will be looking for another job. Crrently company is on a hiring freeze, so no good news for contract job workers.