Spartan Controls
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
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Mechanical Project Engineer in Calgary, AB
on 24 February 2021
There needed to be some improvement
I worked at the Solutions Center in the NE. The work is interesting, and there are some great people that work there. Although, the mechanical drafting group was very inflexible, did poor quality work, and spent a lot of time talking loudly, taking extended lunch breaks, and making fun of other coworkers/calling them names. They were always complaining, and dragging their feet whenever an engineer tried to get them to do any drafting. The management was blissfully unaware, and would not take any action to correct the behaviour. It was not impressive to say the least. I believe the management needs to be improved in that group, there is no reason to have behaviour like this.
Technician in Calgary, AB
on 31 August 2021
Don't drink their Kool-Aid
There's a lot to say about Spartan Controls. They hook you in with this mindset that you are "an owner" even if you don't have shares yet. That's their excuse for you to work long hours with little to no overtime pay as it's based off your base pay (and none of you're a salaried employee). If you're part time be prepared to be part time for sometimes a couple years. Many of the leaders are primadonnas who really don't lead by example and were thrust into their roles prematurely or due to nepotism. The pay structure is terrible so hopefully you're able to live off savings for the first 5-6 months until profit sharing is in full swing yet even then you may struggle monthly with such low pay.There's some good things about Spartan but they don't outweigh the bad. You'll have decent benefits, safety glasses and boot allowances. There's plenty of time off if you're full time. Whether or not you can take time off when you want is the only issue.
on 23 September 2020
A amazing place to work
I thoroughly enjoyed my time working here, but the manager I had at the time was unprofessional and due to our remote location, his antics went unnoticed for so long that we ended up losing half of our team. I would strongly recommend working for Spartan, and would do so again in the future, especially in one of their bigger locations. The base pay was so-so, but the quarterly profit sharing, benefits, flex days, vacations, and a wealth of other benefits, more than made up for it. I only left Spartan due to a relocation to another city where they sadly did not have any availability at their local branch.
Project Coordinator in Edmonton, AB
on 5 June 2020
Great Company
High demand job but incredible team and coworkers. Also, encourages giving back to the community via blood drives / United Way. Salary base pay is subsidized with profit sharing.
Customer Service in Calgary, AB
on 26 April 2020
Have restaurant on site
From the time you get to work to the end of the day, you work hard. Days flew by fast as you were so busy. Activities offered on campus and occassional off campus. Parking free. Great group I work with.

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