Excavator Operator/Loader Operator (Former Employee) – Terrace, BC – 3 October 2015
while working at valard , iv learnt how the whole progress of assembling a tower, and the safety precautions and time of start to finish and knowing how to account that every single bolt that has been tightened and torqued and re-checked again for security, leave the job site as first got there leave nothing for the animals, and garbage free, have fun with co-workers, and watch each others back safety wise, because everyone would want to go home when job is done
the pay is good, free accomadations, free meals, lunch
long hours, 21 days is longest would stay for work
Labourer (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 20 April 2014
Do not work for this company-- it is the most unorganized company someone can work in, everyone gets in through the doors by who they know and not because of there skills set. Therefore the quality of people in the company is going downhill. Not a good work environment.
worked with an awsome, understandable crew who helped eachother
Tower Assembler/ loader operator (Former Employee) – Terrace, BC / Nass Valley Camp – 11 February 2014
*Tipical day at work was working with an out going crew who worked well with on another, I learned how to read our blue prints for the towers being built and asked questions on what I did not understand. *The management and co-workers I worked with watched out for the safety of one another, worked in the feild projectd for two shifts of 21 days in, then moved to the yard to run loader to laod flat decks which hauled the material out to the designated worksites, Did a daily routine log book for the machinary that was operating. *The hardest part of the job was being away from home for so long but enjoyed the camp life. *Learning new experience, meeting new co-workers and friends, and to run the machinary and do my job as safetly and best that I can.
Free meals, laundry, lots of recreation to by pass the time after work hours