SNC Lavalin –Montreal Jui-2012-Dec 2014
Chef de département inventaire et logistique
Participer au développement de relations d'affaires ainsi qu'au développement de nouvelles
Identifier, analyser et matérialiser les opportunités de réduction des coûts.
développer, améliorer et maintien un dialogue continu avec les différents intervenants
internes et externes.
agi comme point de contact unique avec les fournisseurs pour les nouvelles opportunités
prêt soutien aux sites et aux unités d'affaires en ce qui à trait aux stratégies globales
Assure la coordination des activités des agents approvisionnement en lien avec les objectifs
Du tableau de bord équilibré, des plans maîtres et des plans détaillés.
S’assurer que les données d’inventaire sont à jour (audit d’inventaire, prise d’inventaire),
catégoriser les stocks de manière efficace selon la classification ABC.
Former ses équipes sur les techniques d’entreposage, l’identification des risques ainsi que
les procédures d'inventaire tout en s’assurant que l’environnement de travail est sécuritaire
Créer des rapports d’analyses pour l’établissement de la stratégie prévisionnelle, le
réapprovisionnement des st
Sr. Office Administrator
An ongoing basis - The general office may become top priority especially when an emergency occurs that needs the building facility department. This also includes - cleaners, Cintas Canada Limited, kitchen supplies and clean-up and the office in general.
Expansion of office - organized offices, furniture, kitchen addition (incl. ordering cupboards), pictures, trees and signage.
This was an expansion of my talents in which I did a very good job doing.
Daily –Receptionist duties including; greeting clients, answering phones, booked boardrooms, ordered catering, couriers, mail and social clubs.
Throughout day; photocopying, scanning, binding, cell phone distribution, reports from VP Operations, General Manager or Managers.
Priorities also included; data entry of proposals/projects, data entry of proposals over $100,000.
VP Operations - Monthly Management Report (to Vancouver) Office Contracts, Budget information.
General Manager – Meeting minutes; Month-end reports (Proposal/Project/Win/A/R); Designed new reports; Promotional gifts for exhibits.
Human Resources – Data entry of CV’s; Quality Management Systems; Attendance sheets; was Training Administrator; Timesheet coordinator.
Health & Safety - Sub-contractor updates; MSDS binder updates; Certification of Insurance/WSIB; Canada-wide sub-contractor data entry.
Hardest Part - They taught me to stand back from job when it was too much and do not hesitate to say “no”.
Points positifsAdd new experiences - enjoyed working with the VP and Health & Safety
Points négatifsAt times there was too much to to, learned to say "no" when needed.
It is a decent company to work for. I don't mind being available 24/7 and I do like being busy with challenges on both a large and small scale. Seeing real change in the perception of how the company views our IT department is quite rewarding as well, though it may seem an uphill battle some of the time.
My days are filled with minor tickets through the remedy ticket system and at least 2 large projects on the go at any given time. The main challenge seems to be moving away from the old ways of things just working and moving to a documented process orientated environment. I am learning new products and ways of doing things all the time which is nice. Management is very accommodating for guidance and the atmosphere around my managers and co-workers is very relaxed.
The hardest part of the job seems to be finding time for everything as we replace an aging infrastructure (we are just completing our migration from xp to win 7) and knowing the unknown variables that arise. The importance of vendor management and escalation paths is a little new to me, I've worked closely with vendors to learn different products but this is more getting them to implement solutions and working out how these solutions will fit in the current and future environment. We learn by watching them implement instead of learning while working with them if you see the difference there.
I feel like we just need to get over this hump and then the job will become less fixing and more planning. Po
Points positifsEmpowering position and lots of responsibility - I am making change
Points négatifslots of responsibilty and I have no back up
I had the opportunity last summer to work at SNC-Lavalin as an engineering assistant. When I got there, there were several learning modules on the computers to help me learn more about the company, and projects that SNC was involved in. From this experience, I was able to learn how an engineering firm worked at the project management level. I created workflow diagrams and online modules for sections such as change management, lessons learned, and health and safety. I can definitely say that the engineering industry is very "procedural" based, as there are numerous types of workflows for documents in each department. The work environment itself was also amazing. All the employees were fantastic, there were interesting meetings going on every week for employees to apply and learn new things (such as ergonomics 101, help for creating a report, etc), health and safety meetings every week to keep us on our toes, and the office had ergonomic furniture and lighting too (very good for the eyes and back). The hardest part I'd have to say is adjusting to it at the very beginning. I never had a chance to work at an office and was piled with lots of work from time to time. Skills that I have transferred into my portfolio would be communication, time management, organization, problem solving and leadership skills.
Points positifsWeekly health and safety meetings, lunch and learn meetings, free coffee and juice, ergonomic work environment
Points négatifsNone, only worked there for four months during the summer
Energy Industries Engineering & Design (EIED) was established in 1996 by the engineering division of the Oil Industries’ Engineering & Construction (OIEC) Group- itself the main leader in Iran’s engineering and construction.
Thus, EIED carries a legacy of nearly two decades ofexperience in oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
EIED was founded to develop technical knowledge and applied sciences in the field of energy industries, mainly in oil, gas, petrochemicals and renewable energies, while moving towards a leading role in execution of EPC Projects of national significance in these industries.
EIED is a private company and a subsidiary of OIEC Group. Today,EIED is considered internationally as a highly qualified company in the engineering and design of energy industries,and is offering Engineering , Procurement ,and Construction Management Services to clients in accordance with the state of the art technologies and management systems.
Presently, EIED is an advanced quality and result-oriented company providing its services to both national and international clients.
EIED has completed many EP projects and is currently involved in several Engineering and EPCC projects all being indispensable to national industrial
development. EIED’s highly qualified and dedicated staff are driven by creativity, motivation and ambition to move forward their country’s energy industries in order to meet the twenty-first century technological challenges.
A typical night at work ( I always worked the night shift) was preparing and making sandwiches for 1600 to 2900 people.It consisted of a lot of work but I enjoyed my job.I had to use up what I could from dinner leftovers for sandwiches, wraps , pizzas etc plus making the regular sandwiches. (ham/cheese, p. butter etc)
I also made up trays of sandwiches for functions and meetings.
I learned that everyone has strengths but are different so I would put each person where they were strongest suited. I learned not only to to listen but to hear. I learned how to give constructive criticism
I didn't really have too much to do with management. I enjoyed my co workers except for the ones who didn't work as hard as everyone else. I believe in fairness. The hardest part of my job was seeing certain people abuse work in other areas...reported them but nothing was done about it at the time. That was frustrating. I loved being in camp and I was good at my job. I love working with people and I love being part of a team where the work is distributed evenly and each doing their share. That's what I did when i was lead.
The most enjoyable part of my job was feeling valued for the hard work that I did.
Points positifsmy own private room, free internet, free meals.free lodging, free transportation to and from Ft McMurray. I could save money and pay off debts.
Points négatifsmissing familybut having internet was awesome so I could skype everyday and that made it easier.
for construction of mine construction camp and site infrastructure including: residence buildings, roads, airstrip with navigational aids, earthworks, blasting, fuel storage tanks\piping and containment and dispensing, power generation and distribution, potable water and sewage piping and treatment installations, structural steel and concrete. Also perform QC of works.
• Direct\assist construction trade forces• Ensure workers follow safety procedures and training
• Ensure Owner owned equipment is fully certified for use and arrange for qualified service technicians
• Attend daily construction meetings and participate in site training programs
• Inspection construction works and ensure Contractors submit as-constructed data, testing and QC information
• Assist Engineering Design with submission of site information.
• Submit daily progress\site issue report to Project and Construction Managers.
• Resolve site construction issues and problems
-What I Learned
Persistence gets the job done
Team effort works better
Everybody needs to be on the same work page every day
-Hardest Part of the Job
Everybody understanding constraints of working in remote and isolated environments
-Most Enjoyable Part Of this Job
My work is Completed
Good management but salary doesn't match with the high living expenses.
There are many kind people working in the group, and I am appreciated working with them. I learned to embrace everyone's opinion and try not to discourage their effort. Managers are very kind-hearted people, they will listen to employee's development needs. There are many coworkers that are very helpful when I ask questions. And when they encountered difficulties, I always help them back. The hardest part of the job will be maintaining my life quality with the salary that I got, I can barely pay my bills, the supervisor mentions that they cannot control how much employee got, only HR can decide how much employee can get. HR doesn't understand how difficult the employee's low pay affecting their live quality, and they will always cut down the increase of salary. No matter how much effort the employee is putting towards company's development. The most enjoyable part of the job are I can help with other coworkers to solve their technical problem and they appreciated my help. Also I am able to learn new drafting technique with company approved program.
Points positifsLearning Opportunities, good managers, very friendly people
Points négatifsLow pay that doesn't match with high living expenses
Bilingual civil engineer possessing with several years of experience in leading and managing major projects. With diversified experience in the follow
Bilingual civil engineer possessing with several years of experience in leading and managing major projects. With diversified experience in the following areas:
• Project Execution and Delivery
• Planning and Scheduling
• Project Cost control
• Construction of industrial buildings
• Manufacturing Management
• Cross-Functional Team Leadership
• Vendor Management & Negotiation
• Productivity & Quality Improvements
• Claims Management
• Health and Safety
• Client Management
Ability to lead and motivate diverse teams of professionals in achieving objectives. Developing positive relationships and improving team performance by empowering and motivating team members. Masters the following disciplines:
• Civil, Structure, Architecture
• Mechanical and Electrical
• Control and Automation
• Roads & Railways
• Oil & Gas
I have always enjoyed the manufacturing/service environment by being a decisive, effective problem solver who contributes to the profit line.
First I believe in making people my priority and express this belief through superior communications and interpersonal skills. I lead by example and motivate others while motivating myself. I have an excellent rapport with fellow employees and subscribe fully to the power of teamwork to meet goals.
I am a detailed, conscious individual who incorporates a dedication to excellence in every aspect of duties. I will create, monitor and reach goals by increasing the efficient and cost effective use of both human and material resources.
My skills have been utilised from customer service, order entry, management information systems, inventory, resource, capacity planning and scheduling, packaging, warehouse and shipping. Experiences are in industries involving marketing, sales, manufacturing, repair and service, equipment supply.
Points positifsOne earn day off per month
Points négatifsJob responsibilities are impacted by delays in processing.
Miss Stephanie Vlietstra is a Piping mechanical Design Draftswoman with 11 years’ experience in both the Oil and Gas and Mining and minerals industry. She has worked on both onshore and offshore project, smelters, Electrowinning Plants, Process plants material handling and recently a tailings plant.
She has very strong Data Basing skills on Excel, where, on numerous projects, she has managed asset registers, construction and commissioning packs, Equipment lists, Line Lists, Valve Lists and Instrumentation Lists.
On her current project she has spent a fair amount of time on site in the DRC. Her role has been that of a piping designer as well as managing the contractor with regards to construction and commissioning packs. She worked with the Process Engineer to divide the P&ID’s into work packs by separating them at the battery limit and giving all the equipment, pack numbers. She was also responsible for putting the correct specifications, punch lists and sign off documents in the construction packs. She developed a system whereby the index and covering sheet of the construction packs were intelligently linked to the data base that was housing the construction packs. She also worked a lot with the planner in order to put the construction packs into priority lists
She is extremely diligent and conscientious and has a reputation for picking up new drawings packages very quickly. The drawing package she has the most is experience with is any Autodesk based packages.
A safe working environment and place gives great production and only we can make our work place safe for a better result
I start my day by clocking and getting ready for work getting all information from my supervisor as to what needs to be done for the day get my team ready and attend toolbox talk after toolbox talk we ready to collect tools while i go sign on the permit to work and ensure that all necessary safety documentation os in place ensure that my team and i have identified all the hazards and risk involved in the task at hand and that we have eliminated them or mitigated them ensure all tags are in place everyone understands and has signed all paperwork than get them started on task at hand for the day make sure everyone does the correct thing and safely till day ends thats a normal day at work.Everyday is a day to learn always keep mind open and be willingly to learn more nobody knows everything. Management is a big role because wat is a body without a head so as a leader to lead by example is very important if you fale as a leader than your team will fale aswell. WORKING culture is to get the work done safely and on time. Hardest part of work is not to have any work to do. The best working days are the safest and most productive days you feel like you have done your part and more that makes me happy after a long day of hard work.
Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise SNC-Lavalin
Quelles sont les étapes du processus de recrutement chez SNC-Lavalin?
Posée le 11 mai 2018
30 to 40 days
Réponse du 5 févr. 2020
Short interview with hiring based on need of the company.
Réponse du 4 nov. 2018
Quelle est la politique en termes de congés maladie chez SNC-Lavalin?
Posée le 24 juin 2020
Lots of staff on long term sick leave due to burnout.
Réponse du 27 mai 2022
5 days per year
Réponse du 15 déc. 2021
Comment les retours sur la performance sont-ils communiqués aux employés de SNC-Lavalin?
Posée le 10 nov. 2018
There is no feedback. Just back biting.
Réponse du 3 févr. 2022
There is no feedback. Just back biting.
Réponse du 3 févr. 2022
Comment décririez-vous l’ambiance de travail chez SNC-Lavalin?
Posée le 7 juin 2017
Very cost focussed company I ever worked for. Too much internal politics among managers, employees get impacted or involved as well.
Réponse du 29 sept. 2018
Company Environment is nothing to brag about, Montreal based culture does not match with West Coast. At the Management level it is a very Cutthroat environment.
Réponse du 17 mars 2018
Quels sont les horaires de travail chez SNC-Lavalin?
Posée le 21 mars 2017
10 hrs per day
Réponse du 15 nov. 2018
Varies frpm 37.5 to 40 with opportunities for overtime