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This Australian company sought a Canadian presence and was a pleasant organization to work for in the Resources Sector. Unfortunately their Toronto branches never quite recovered from the shock of the 2008 recession and they eventually closed down operations. Management was approachable and empathetic to the employee's situation. The workplace culture was friendly enough since the office was still relatively small (250 employees max) and people could get to know each other and collaborate. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people. The hardest part of the job were the occasionally-challenging clients that made the engineering work/process difficult, but it was our job as consultants to manage that with respect and candidness.
RRSP matching, friendly culture, flex time
operations shut down due to recession
It is a good company. Very professional. Technically sound engineering. It has a lot of experience in refinery and petrochemical industry, in mega projects to small projects, this is the field where I worked. Technical resources are immense, plenty of people, across the globe, with lots of technical knowledge you can seek help from. People are very skilled and helpful. I did not get to know the management much. I can say, in the company from top to bottom everyone is very safety conscious and everyone is committed 'Zero Harm'. Also, company is very ethically upright. Hope they have a lot of projects going.
WorleyParsons is a good company to work for. I was not fan of the management, but overall it was not bad. The best part of the job was that the resources were available to carry out the job. Most of my colleagues were cooperative. Learned quite a bit about pipelines. Can have your own working 8 hour day.
Management needs improvement
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Process Systems Engineering involving design of Petrochemical Equipment Sizing,Process Flow Diagrams , PID , consulting with Clients reviewing junior engineers calculations . Learned in details engineering in Petrochemical Industries Obtained experience in Management of team of engineers Worked professionally with Co-Workers in friendly environment Hardest part ofd Job was to identify clearly Clients Requirements as it was changing from original scope Success in completing projects as per client satisfaction
Experince increased in all ECP Companies
I was a process engineering lead for projects that I was assigned, and each project had its challange and learning experience. Both Client and WorleyParsons co-workers worked as a team to complete the project on budget and time. Buiding team environment and successful completion of a project were the most enjoyable part of my job. Since WorleyParsons is EPC, the job security is the hardest part of the job.
I was layed off due to the shortage of projects but Still would like to go back and work for the same company.
You learn alot.
jobs directely related to projects and wouldn't last longer without project
As an EPCM you are expose to market fluctuation, therefore if some companies delay or cancel ongoing projects your job is on the edge/
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