J'ai aimer travailler chez Procon malgré la fin de mon contrat.Toutfois,je demeure convaincus que mon expérience m'as appris beaucoup sur moi-même et l'entreprise d'une facon enrichissante et est prét a retourner travailler avec Procon.
Excellent management to work for and willing to help solve problems Respectful of other cultures Everyone treated equal Open door policy for all employees Provide training in various fields or will send employees on courses even if out of country courses
lots of activities to keep people occupied in a remote camp beautiful scenery after work you can go and enjoy a bath in the hot springs in the middle of the winter the shack must have at least e feet of ice on the out side because of the heat from the hot spring it is really cool looking
Senior leadership was not engaged in the business unit and did not have a presence with the workers. Any initiative brought fourth was met with skepticism and mistrust. Corporate did not support the business unit with resources such as project controls, estimating, HSE
I learned presentation of analysis in a logical way. The projects were very challenging. The accounting records were organized and easy to assess. The hardest part of the job was the culture of the old timer employees - negative attitude that bring you down even you try to be positive.
CFO has an excellent people skill and positive personality
Safety is the number one priority, the company makes sure that everyone is well trained and competent before sending them off to work. 12 hour days for 14 days straight followed by 14 days off. The hardest part would be being away from family and switching from days to nights when needed.
Meet with supervisor and crew coming off shift and discuss previous shift. Set up line up for on coming shift. meet with on coming shift for safety meeting, discuss line up with supervisor. meet with mechanical supervisor and discuss equipment and prioritize repairs. Talk with management discuss scheduling. Do my rounds at the mine chat with workers and inspect work places. get line up ready for on coming crew. Safety and production go hand in hand without safety there is no production. Management was always good to get along with. work place culture was always encouraged by management. the hardest part was to get management the client and workers on the same page. the most enjoyable part was to finish a contract with a perfect safety record and targets and schedules met.
To be able to have a hot shower and good meal at the end of the day
This job was underground and consisted of a lot of new things that I learnt. Being 3kms underground was interesting and a peak in my safety training and I'd like to get into more career improving jobs like this one.