National Shunt Service Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at National Shunt Service?

3.5Work/Life Balance
3.2Salary/Benefits
2.9Job Security/Advancement
2.9Management
3.2Culture
4.0
Good atmosphere
Written by Shunt Driver (Former Employee) from Calgary, AB on 29 April 2018
Good company with a fair wage, hours were not the best and not enough contracts in Alberta to really advance anywhere. Management was good and looked after any issues right away. Depending which yard you are placed at it could be very busy with most days averaging around 65 moves. You will learn to follow all safety protocols both NSSLs and the contracted - more... company. You learn to become an efficient and professional shutter. Some yards are very tight so you have to be very careful so as not to damage any equipment. The only thing I didn’t like was the really poor shifts. - less
ProsEasy going place
ConsReally poor shifts
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