Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 21 May 2018
With s proven ability to establish a very productive outcome to meet the company's objectives along with hands-on material handling skills provided with the initiative to work independently. Regularly completed assignment tasks needed ahead of any given schedules.
Support Staff (Current Employee) – Concord, ON – 25 June 2018
Working at Noble is one of a kind - many integrated teams who truly support each other along the way. Those looking to grow their careers can expect a business casual environment where they can receive a rewarding experience for their efforts.
Noble is one of the best places to work in the plumbing/hvac industry. There is a lot of opportunity for growth for those who seek it. Management recognizes effort and hard work. would recommend this company for anyone who wants to grow into a role.
Driller (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL (Hibernia Offshore) – 17 August 2017
I worked 12 hours a day for 21 day rotation. The company enabled me to advance from Roughneck to Driller. Great people to work and live with on the rig. A safe working environment with excellent accommodations.
Second Engineer (Former Employee) – Malaysia – 20 January 2017
- Days run 12 hour shifts - new types of machinery made the job interesting and challenging - being an international rig, people from all over the world had to work together - setting and achieving new goals was both the hardest part of the job and the best part
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – 7171 jane – 6 December 2016
This is one of the most terrible managed companies I've worked for. The management haven't got a clue how to talk to people with any sort of respect. You'll get verbally abused also failed to pay employees who were let go with or without a decent cause. Could go on for days about this place. You'll stay on a part tarm contract forever while office and management family get fulltime contracts and benefits.
Materials Coordinator/Warehouse Manager/Supervisor (Former Employee) – offshore, Mexico, West Africa, Turkey, Bulgaria – 11 May 2016
12 hr work days 28 days straight, working with various departments, making room for all new inventory, tracking orders worldwide, learning about the different equipment involved with a oil drilling ship. dealing with different nationalities and there accents.
Good management, they have survived the downturn in drilling operations. They sold off to Paragon all of their standard fleet of drill rigs which would have been very profitable if not for current market conditions.
Web Development Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 January 2016
Good company to work for. IT is well equipped and use latest technologies. They have a gym located at the headquarter available to all employees. Excellent employee discounts on all line of products they carry.
AZ Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Concord, ON – 12 February 2015
Perform preventative maintenance tasks on a regular basis. Notify Company of defects or faulty equipment if found. Receive and Relay information to Central Dispatch. Maintain Daily Log Book. Perform safety and maintenance checks (pre-trip & post-trip) on all Trucks that are transferred. Ensure accurate and timely delivery of material to various construction sites across the GTA