Executive Assistant - Project Secretary (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 8 February 2018
This was a very exciting and interesting position and it was very stressful as well. The Company verses the Client situation was at times volatile. At the end, the Client took over and there were lay offs due to some shortages of work.
Productive, cooperative environment and recommendable company.
Sr. Piping Engineering Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 January 2018
Working with the company on different projects doing mostly stress analysis on friend-working environment. Everybody is cooperative with regards to input to the necessary engineering information and jointly completed the design and engineering on each project on specified time schedule. The over-all rating of the company is very excellent and recommendable with better management and best benefits to the employees. The working culture is well organized and technically meeting the international code of conduct focused to company goal. I learned and shared my experience on stress analysis especially the dynamic analysis on critical piping system.
Free Snack - Coffee
Long hours and with every Friday off and can save extra works to pay for losses.
Vehicle Inspector (Former Employee) – NATO MILITARY BASE – 16 January 2018
Working overseas opens your eyes and broadens your horizons. It was an honor to work along with and beside the peacekeepers of Nato. Hardest part of the job was to leave the local employees after the contract ended.
Document Control Clerk (Former Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 4 January 2018
What I enjoyed most about my time with SNC-Lavalin was the feeling of contributing to the growth of my city's construction and engineering industries. I liked playing a role in making sure new construction was done well, done safely, and done on time.
Guest services attendant (Former Employee) – fort mcmurray Canada – 18 December 2017
Management wasn't the most reliable. The pay was good, but not worth all the time spent away from home and your family. The most enjoyable part of the job was the Camp itself - forming relationships with fellow colleagues and activities outside of work.
Carpenter's Assistant (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 11 December 2017
I am fully satisfied with my expereince as an assistant carpenter in the project, i know the safety rules and how to complete the job in a given task with a time alotted for me. My supervisors are good to do their instructions given to me.
There is alot of room to grow but there is so much of a heavy poitacl feel in the work environment.
Project Controls Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 November 2017
There is a great opportunity to learn however the environment is very competitive and cut-throat. I had great manager in my team but upper management was not always looking out for the team and this left a level of mistrust.
One has ample opportunity to learn.
Long hours very little gratitude for your great efforts.
Health, Safety, Security and Emergency Response (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 20 November 2017
My experience there was very rewarding. I had strong leadership and great support to execute my role. I was well mentored and given opportunity to shadow my leadership to prepare for the next level in my career.
Project Buyer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 November 2017
It was ages ago since I worked here. I barely remember it. It was fine enough while I was there, but I cannot provide any specifics. I remember I had a workaholic as a boss, which stressed me out a bit.
Very fast paced competitive work environment in winning projects on an international competitive basis
Proposals/Business/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 October 2017
As proposals manager directed a team of professionals in preparing winning proposals meeting the potential clients requirement. Established winning strategies and plans for successful execution. Prepared presentations to clients senior executives. Provided the business, engineering & technology and operating experience for project proposals. Management culture was 100% delegation as long as project contracts were won and successfully executed. The hardest part of the job was to meet unrealistic deadlines on proposals. The most enjoyable part was to win and execute projects successfully.
Good salary & benefits and challenging environment
Depending on project sites, SNC-Lavalin always provide best offices environment
Finance and Administration Manager (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 13 October 2017
Working on project sites is very stimulating, hard and very demanding. Despite the work load, the management and the team work combined make the experience unique. the success of a project relies on the management quality and each employee. SNC-Lavalin experience has been great and had the chance to meet many people from across the world, very friendly environment.