Kearl Oil Sands Project
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Kearl Oil Sands Project : carrières et emplois

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Purchaser and Parts Person (Fort McMurray, AB)
le 24 octobre 2019
Great place to work
I worked as a material handler/ parts person during my time at Kearl, for K2 mining. It was a 20/10 rotation with excellent pay, paid for flights and a great group of people.
Journeyman Pipefitter (IOL Kearl )
le 10 septembre 2022
Unorganized kaos
Terrible communication between workers and management huge turnover of workers no overtime unless you stay past your 14 day shift Terrible camp conditions! Wapaso camp is a disgusting hole rooms are not cleaned before you get there or while your there
shut down production worker (Fort Mackay, AB)
le 3 décembre 2019
water hauler production worker
water haul to totes in and around the oil sands out of site areas and to open mines,shut down production worker climb vessels to 90 feet pressure washed bichamine off machines High pressure hot water 10,000 psi.
le 4 septembre 2019
Good place to work
Overall a good place to work. Good balance of work and life with lots of good people to work with. Safe work environment. Would recommend working here.
Site Wide Services (Fort McMurray, AB)
le 25 février 2019
Safety-Orientated Workplace!
Long working hours, great people, admirable safety culture and an enjoyable working environment. I surely enjoyed toolbox meetings and fly in/fly outs.

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Ces statistiques sont calculées à partir des données de 15 utilisateurs d'Indeed ayant passé une entrevue avec Kearl Oil Sands Project au cours des cinq dernières années.

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Le processus prend environ un jour ou deux.

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