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10-12 hour work day. learned faster and more productive ways to Weld as well Pipe Fitting and bolt up's.. management is always making sure company equipment is always serviced as well as ready to go company vehicles are serviced. and equipment for for the job they are getting sent out for. Strike Energy always makes sure that they're worker's have all the training they need for the jobs.
adam has the personality of wet blanket and its a conflict of interest that he openly dates the safety lady
lick bag you'll do fine pay is low work environment over all is low no plan or preplanning all just for work scoop no travel pay for for 6 hour bus ride to camp or hot meal on your way home day...a den of vipers
I started with Strike at Coronation at their Mod Yard, I worked there for about 3mths. They had a real push at Hardisty, so I was transferred there.I remained there for about 3 mths. and when they started to downsize, I was laid off along with about 50 other Electricians. I have nothing but good to say about Strike Energy.
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As long as you don't care you'll fit right in. Don't try and do things right as it will be resented. Just do as you are told even if you know it is wrong, will have to be done again, and is a total waste of time. After all it's all by the hour , right? As long as you can stomach it no matter how painfull. The pay was pathetic and they know it, that's why they ask if you are going to quit if you find something better.
Some of the guys and one supervisor were decent.
The apprentices run the show and think they are geniuses because they have no mentors.
The shop in particular has a great family environment. Everyone is respectful everyone is helpful so I had a really great time working there. On the safety part however there could be some improvements such as completing group JHAs etc but overall speaking was a really great place to work. got lots of great welding experience and management actually cares about their workers.
Lots of experience for apprentices. Good money
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One of the worst and scabbiest outfits in the game. They treat the guys on the tools like garbage and management is beyond incompetent. Avoid this company. And for those who choose to work for these guys, don’t say I didn’t warn you.
J man makes $39hr so it’s better then EI
I would stay away! Poor management(minus one person). Not organized. Low pay. If you aren't a bag licker you likely won't make it far. Use discretion if you're thinking about working for this company.
Most of the guys were decent to work with
Installed fabricated metal components in the processing plant. Completed minor touch ups with SMAW (carbon) and GMAW (carbon) welders. Adjusted the welding machines to the correct settings prior to welding applications. Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces. Welded pipe guides, and pile caps SMAW (carbon) welding, operated many types of machinery such as knuckle picker, skid steer, track hoe excavator.
work life balance was very good. most days were consistent. Management would often provide hot lunches. Work areas were well managed and well maintained.
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