Mad Oilfield Solutions
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Rating is calculated based on 24 reviews and is evolving.



Class One Driver in Lac La Biche, AB
on 10 January 2022
Good company to work for
Never had any problems. Seemed like the company was having financial trouble at times. Liked to sit people in camp alot. Alot of nice co workers and willing to help you
Class 3 operator in Lac La Biche, AB
on 3 December 2021
Winter warriors experience it's good
In my experience, if you want to work a super long rotation with only a few days off winter warriors is great. It's corring rig support with vac and water.Their pay is slightly less than other companies, but they will train you and keep you busy. Great company to start with. I couldn't do the 24 and 4, because my job in the summer is very demanding. So if you can't take a break after the winter run you wilk be burnt out . Also they don't give you a place to stay on those 4 days(at least not in Fort McMurray) so you have to travel on your days off. So essentially its a 25.5 and 2.5 off. Not good for seeing family. Also you don't get paid for those travel days.The management on site was amazing. In the office not so much, family run and operated. You can be ignored. Not uncommon in vac trucking jobs anyways.The comradery on site was fantastic. Work culture was good, revolves around safety. If you stay, they'll keep you.
DIRECTOR in Lac La Biche, AB
on 13 September 2021
hard place to fit in unless your family, met some good people, none of them work there now.
critical work environment, lots of paranoid leadership, undermining activities and tons of nepotism senior managment continually plays mind games and attempts to analyze everydecision you make. It was a toxic place to work and they triee to make it difficult for me to be hired by other companies when I left.
Class 1 Operator in Lac La Biche, AB
on 5 July 2021
Worst interview process
They hire you, you assume you're hired. Then get to site, to find out if you are not experienced after you already told you weren't and they hire you anyway. Then train you, then go on to do the actual job, then they fire you after you already have been doing the job to say you don't have enough experience. The job is very simplistic, VAC truck isn't a hard thing to overcome. Also they do driver evaluation after they hire you. Which normally you would do that as part of your interview, therefore you don't waste anyone's time including your own. They are in remote location, so for me I would have to drive 2.5 hours to be hire to find out if I have the job after already leaving another job for this one, because they told me I was hired, then fires me after a week after I was fully up front with them about my lack of experience. Even though I passed driver evaluation and passed training they fire me for lack of experience.
Employee in Lac La Biche, AB
on 1 April 2021
Micro managing till you quit
Day one was the best day, the second best day was the last day.The middle was learning that your job was every job in company that was handed to you because someone else didn’t have time.The field employees are awesome and supervisors.Camp and staff are great.Mechanical staff great .Anyone with manager in there title stay away unless you have no choice but to talk to them.Wages are lowest in Alberta Equipment is beat you don’t have a set unit thats yours so expect 1-10 a shift.If you are hard up and need a filler job till you find a better one you found the right place.Newly bought by vertex let’s hope that they clean upper management out and the place would flourish.

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