Learned a lot about equipment and equipment operation while working there. Decent management, excellent supervisor. Supervisor was well organized. Some good fellow workers, and some not so good, workplace culture was overall good. Not much of a life during the winter season. Most enjoyable part of the job was when I could do something good for the public.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Deer Lake, NL – 15 October 2015
a great place to work, clean, safe. and there plenty time to do the job right . lots of training , and understanding from the management. the only hard task is winter working out side when the equipment is broken down on the high way. Safety do play a big part in the task.
How much does an Equipment Operator make at Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada?
Average Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Equipment Operator hourly pay in Canada is approximately $23.32, which is 16% below the national average.
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