Manager (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 15 April 2018
Excellent company to work for. Takes pride in the community, people who work for them. Has oppourtunity for advancement, good pay and benifits are excellent.Let managers take ownership of their sites . Demanding to keep sites at expected levels, but those who did were rewarded for their efforts.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 19 January 2018
I learned so much about job ethic, workplace moral, and how to meet deadlines...and work efficiently. I only left because the current management made my life quite unbearable when I came back from Mat Leave. If I could go back, I would.
Thus is not hard work. Pretty laid back Saftey is a big deal. If the roads aren't safe. Get off them. No questions asked. Still get paid for the entire shift. Mostly driving. Got maybe a total of a half hour work all shift. Lots of complainers. But they don't know any better. Go work for Sysco!
I was a driver there on home heat, direct delivery and propane, the shifts are horrible, very early start or nights long hard hours in all weather and a work load that you can hardly get done in your shift. co workers were mostly unhappy same issues over worked under paid. The managers will listen to your problems but never change them just false promises. They don't have enough trucks or trailers for the work they have or drivers so your expected to work hard with limited extra help. They run things very tight 24-7-365 you work most weekends and they have a high turnover with employees. Your hard work is un noticed and most customers are unhappy with there service. Its a bad work enviroment lot of unhappy people. This is from the driver side of things might be great inside the office.
Process Safety Engineer Student (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 29 August 2017
As a student, I had the opportunity to work with my team on many different projects to get a good idea of what type of work I may like to continue with after graduation. I worked with the process safety team and worked closely with each role in the department. The experience and variety of projects were the best I've had during my co-op work terms.
Intermediate Treasury Cash Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 17 July 2017
I learned a lot professional skills from my knowledgible team members and they are always willing to help. Thanks to excellent team work, we can always get perfect job done on time and provide constructive opinion to senior mangers
Fuel Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 20 November 2016
With Irving Oil I was respossible for the safe delivery of fuel to commercial customers, The hardest part of my day would have to be in the winter months, driving in bad weather Irving Oil is a safety first company and left the decission to the driver as to go or not with no repercussions Management and dispatch were great
Quality Systems Specialist in the Quality Assurance group within the Oil Refinery
Quality Systems Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada – 19 November 2016
Quality Systems Specialist in the Quality Assurance group within the Oil Refinery. Creation of documentation for ISO 9001 Quality Management system; Creation, upkeep and control of Policies, Standards, Procedures, forms, Tables, etc. General document writer, maintain website, data acquisition and analysis, scorecard and reporting to upper management, and audit program manager.
Technical Data Clerk (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 17 November 2016
Management was fair, honest, respectful. Employee input was encouraged and training ongoing. Diligence and hard work always appreciated. The groups I worked with were team oriented and supportive of other departments goals and initiatives. Management strived to maintain open and honest communications.
Good benefits, employee appreciation events, supportive attitude towards family and personal needs.