Rocky Mountain Equipment
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Rocky Mountain Equipment Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Agriculture
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Installation & Maintenance

28 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 99 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Parts Technician in Milk River, AB
on 21 November 2021
Good and Bad
Management is never permanent. The ones that stick around are pretty good and know how staff should be treatedOn call means possibly no sleep as you can be contacted at any hour of the day
Technician in Alberta
on 28 December 2021
Definitely was a great place to work - Probably still is.
I really liked working for RME. They amalgamated the construction and agriculture shops into one and had to downsize. I'd still be working there otherwise. They trained well and provided a safe and respectful working environment. People stay when they are hired. The company really was good to work for. As for the job, it's all nuts and bolts.
Technician in Lethbridge, AB
on 22 September 2021
Good Company, Steady
The people are terrific. The managers are good guys and care. The dealership can get quite busy during Planting season and Harvest but comes with the territory in Ag. The online training from Case is great, but the staff at the store are knowledgeable and helpful.
Northern Regional Safety Advisor in Edmonton, AB
on 15 July 2021
Great work environment
Coming in as a shy and quiet person, the corporate safety manager seen through that and approached me in a way to make me feel very comfortable and confident in the interview. He made it very easy for me to open up and discuss my experiences and abilities as a safety advisor. He looked beyond me being nervous interviewing and knew I was able and capable to succeed. Mo, the Corporate Safety Manager (At the time) was very easily approachable. He prided himself on his safety team. There wasn’t a day that went by where he didn’t say encouraging words to his team and coworkers. He advocated for his staff, encouraged us and often offered additional training and courses to see us all succeed. The office atmosphere at the corporate office was always upbeat and positive. The HR department was amazing. Unfortunately, due to the passing of my father, I had to leave the company to run the family business but I will say by far, this was the best company I had ever worked for during my time there (2013-2014)
Heavy Equipment Technician in Lethbridge, AB
on 4 July 2021
Management is just a bunch of snakes looking to make their bonus bigger
The guys in the shop are great. The management is the worst I’ve ever seen in any company the higher ups do not care about the workers at all and if you try to stand up to them and make them do the right thing you’ll make them angry and they’ll let you go without cause. This company I wouldn’t wish my worst enemy to work at.

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