Teck Resources Limited

Travailler chez Teck Resources Limited : présentation de l'entreprise et avis

Teck Resources Limited
Teck Resources Limited
300 avis
Teck Resources Limited : notes
Note moyenne sur 300 avis sur Indeed
3,8Équilibre vie privée/professionnelle
4,1Salaire et avantages
3,5Sécurité de l'emploi et avancement de carrière
3,4Culture d'entreprise
Siège social
Vancouver, BC
+ de 10 000
Chiffre d'affaires
Plus de 10 milliards $ (US)
Energy and Utilities

Emplois populaires chez Teck Resources Limited

 Salaire moyenGrille de salaires
32 salaires indiqués
41,52 $
par heure
20,75 $-62,30 $
8 salaires indiqués
95 525 $
par an
47 000 $-153 000 $
6 salaires indiqués
83,83 $
par heure
35,80 $-200,00 $
5 salaires indiqués
95 400 $
par an
32 000 $-180 000 $
5 salaires indiqués
83 500 $
par an
35 000 $-146 000 $
Satisfaction vis-à-vis du salaire
Pourcentage d'employés satisfaits de leur salaire
D'après 530 avis

Teck Resources Limited : avis

Emplois populairesEquipment OperatorTruck DriverMechanicEngineerGerente de operacionesOperador/a de plantaMillwrightOperatorProcess OperatorGeólogo/aLaborerOperador/a de maquinaria pesadaProcess EngineerRecruiterTechnicianUtility OperatorMechanical EngineerPlant OperatorWarehouse WorkerWelderBodeguero/aControlistaExecutive AssistantGeologistHuman Resources SpecialistMecánico/a automotrizMill OperatorMinerOperations AssociateSummer StudentSupervisorAccountantAccounting ClerkAccounts Payable ClerkConstruction ManagerCoop StudentDrillerElectrical EngineerElectricistaGroup LeaderHuman Resources AdministratorIT AnalystInstrument TechnicianJourneyperson ElectricianLoss Prevention OfficerMaintenance MechanicMaintenance PersonManagerMining EngineerMonitoristaPipefitterSoftware EngineerSystem EngineerTire TechnicianTractor OperatorTraining CoordinatorUnderground MinerUtility WorkerAccounting InternAccounts Payable SpecialistAdministrative AssistantAnalista de medio ambienteAnalista químico/aApprentice ElectricianAsistente administrativo/aAssistantAuxiliar administrativo/aAuxiliar/a operativo/aBe a courageous safety leaderBlasterBlenderBuilding MaintenanceBusiness AnalystCaretakerChemical TechnicianChófer de camiónClerkCo-op StudentCommercial Solutions (Coop)ContableContractorControl Room OperatorCoordinador/a de serviciosCoordinador/a sistema de gestión de calidadCoordinatorCost AnalystCrew MemberDesktop Support TechnicianDigital Marketing InternDirector/a de plantaDrill and blastDriverEHS coordinatorElectricianEngineering AssistantEngineering InternEnvironmental Science Co-op StudentEspecialista técnico/a plataformaExplotation in geologyFabricator/WelderField TechnicianFinancial AccountantFirst OfficerGIS AssistantGeneral ForemanGeology Summer StudentGeotecnico de terrenoGerenteGraderHaul TrucHuman Resources ManagerIT AuditorIndependent ContractorIngenieroIngeniero/a de controlIngeniero/a en prevención de riesgosInspector/a de obraInstructor/aInventory AssociateJefe de GeologíaJefe de minaJefe de turnoJefe de áreaJourneyperson CarpenterJunior Systems AnalystLaboratory AnalystLaborer/OperatorLeadmanLider/a de ingenieriaLimpieza y mantenimiento/aLine SupervisorLogísticaLoss Control ConsultantMachinistMaintenance CoordinatorMaintenance EngineerMaintenance ForemanMaintenance PlannerMecánico/a de mantenimientoMemoristaMine Geoscientist-in-TrainingNetwork ManagerNondestructive Testing TechnicianOccupational Health NurseOffice CoordinatorOperador/a de calderaOperador/a nodrizasOperario/a de montacargasOperations AnalystPayroll ClerkPlanificador/aPlant SupervisorPracticante de operacionesProcess TechnicianProcessing Co-op StudentProduct ManagerProfessional in TrainingProject LeadProject ManagerRecruiting AssistantRecruitment ConsultantResearch TechnicianSafety Co-op StudentSafety OfficerSafety SpecialistSchedulerSecurity OfficerSenior Plant OperatorSenior Process EngineerSenior Procurement SpecialistSenior Project EngineerSenior Sales LeaderShift LeaderShift ManagerShop AssistantShop SupervisorSite CoordinatorSkilled LaborerSoftware Engineer InternStudent PlacementSupervisor/aSupport AnalystT E C N I C O E L E C T R I C O IIITechnical Support SpecialistTest LeadTradesmanTrainerTruck Driver TrainerTruck LoaderTécnico/a de controlTécnico/a en geología y control de sondajeTécnico/a metalúrgico/aVice PresidentWarehouse SupervisorWarehouse Techniciancordinador de mantencion minamuestrero

Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Teck Resources Limited

Shop Assistant | Elkford, BC | 7 août 2022
Work/Life balance - false advertising
My experience with Teck was working at Fording River in the maintenance department. I can't speak for the other mine sites. I've seen a lot of advertisements for employment from Teck pretty much everywhere and they are sending the wrong message. The work life balance for the 4x4 shift is not realistic for a family. The work atmosphere is very dirty. Coal dust everywhere. Everybody literally walks around with their lunch kits wrapped in empty garbage bags to keep their lunch clean. They have showers in the change room for after every shift and you will need them. You are 40 minutes from the closest town and you're not allowed to have your cellphone at work period. It is supposed to stay in your locker. The 2 days, 24hr off followed by 2 nights schedule is terrible (4x4). You never really catch up on your sleep until maybe your first day back to work. The 24hrs off in the middle is a pure waste of time. Not to mention how they can switch your shift on you, leaving you scrambling for childcare. The majority realize that this shift is not ideal, especially for any family. There's a real lack of experience in general. Not a lot of people to look up to or mentor new workers or apprentices. Morale is pretty negative for the most part. I had an older worker tell me something when I started and it still holds true: Law of percentages: 30% don't have the abilities to do their job correctly 40% of the people have the ability and choose not to do their fair share, the
Summer Student | Elkford, BC | 8 juin 2016
Intense and rewarding experience
Typically, I would be helping out in a heavy duty mechanic shop at Fording River Coal Mine. I did general duties around the shop (i.e. restocking rags and shavings to soak up oils, general cleaning of bays in shops, painting safety lines), and I was often given tasks by my foreman, such as organizing a hidden away storage section. I learned a lot about safety awareness at the mine. Safety was a key factor when being considered for employment as dangerous activity puts everyone at risk. I learned the importance of safety, and I strive to incorporate it into my everyday life. I enjoyed my management team. They were all friendly and approachable. I was always greeted and asked as to how I was doing. When given tasks, they always ensured that I would be able to safely perform my tasks or they would task me to assist someone in doing the task assigned. My coworkers were just as great! They all took turns teaching me about the tasks they do to keep heavy duty vehicles up and running, and they let me assist when I could. They would also show me new things that I could do around the shop when all my other general tasks have been finished. The hardest part of the job was the hours. I worked from 7am-7pm, and it took an hour to get to work and back. 12 hour shifts aren't bad, but the physical labor that comes with the 12 hours was a bit tough. However, even though this was the hardest part of the job, it was not hard at all, especially with the amount of fun I had working h
Points positifsGreat pay, wonderful people, two small breaks and a lunch break
Points négatifslong hours, physically tiring
Process Engineer | Elkford, BC | 20 oct. 2015
A lot of exposure but minimal mentorship
While working as an engineering in one of Teck's Coal plants I was exposed to a wide variety of challenges. These ranged from troubleshooting, project management, equipment and system design, and supervision. This exposure while being very well rounded, was also quite stressful for a student fresh out of school. There was next to no support for the work, no senior mentorship that could offer any advice or check work, or no training to provide the proper knowledge of the systems. Most learning is done by independent research on your own time or on breaks. Personal performance isn't very important to management. Your progression, salary and bonus all depend on how long you've been there, not how god of a worker you are. There also isn't many opportunity to move around within the company because there isn't any kind of formal program for new employee development. An average day can range from absolute monotony to frantic emergency troubleshooting, but usually monotony. It's often a struggle to stay in the loop of what is happening because of the volume of meetings each day and the extremely pour communication across the company. The best part of working here is the salary and the opportunity to live in Fernie, BC.
Points positifsMoney, benefits, and home lifestyle
Points négatifslack of mentorship and feedback, lack of internal opportunities, and zero performance accountability
Equipment Operator | Elkford, BC | 9 sept. 2013
I enjoy the comradeship, but the switching of days to night shifts in 24 hours is difficult.
It's not until one is away from work,(on holidays at the present time), that you realize many of the typical things at work you actually miss. I enjoy being productive and safe along with the comradery. Typically, I mostly operated truck which seemed to be my niche as it is what equipment I enjoy the most. I aslo take pride in my ability to always keep the truck running safely and in the process keep myself and everyone around me safe. Since I have been working in the mining field now for 17 years, I have seen fellow workers graduate to the management level. As a result, from experience, I have seen both what they often go through. Management is happy if you do your work safely and properly, and stemming from that knowledge, I have never had problems with management in the past. Even though I enjoy time by myself in activities outside of work, I love to have fun with others and I hope that would include everyone from ordinary workers to the highest management. Easily the hardest part of the job to me is transitioning from a day shift to the night shift in 24 hours with our two day, two night shift setup. Easily the most enjoyable part of the job is making new friends and the social aspect of enjoying many different types of people.
Points positifsThe comradeship
Points négatifsThe switching from day shift to night shift in 24 hours
Office Coordinator | Calgary, AB | 4 juill. 2012
one of my favorite jobs and learned lots about IT/IS Audit process
-meeting and interviewing with various IT/IS departments and gather audit related data. -enter data into database, coordinate details that support specifice COBIT policy -develop data gathering file folders in Outlook for participants. -meet with management, auditors, contractors to prepare data for External and Internal Audit team. -attend weekly meetings with senior managment with updates on Audit readiness. -gather MS PowerPoint data and prepare presenations for senior management. -setup user access controls for new hires on behalf of HR. -run daily/weekly/monthly reports on user access to systems,data and physical building/office access. -Learned about formal IS Governance policies, Audit Control, Data Security, presentations, Mining industry. -very knowledgeable management about the industry and how IT/IS works to support it. -highly trained and subject matter experts in IS/IT and the mining industry. -hardest part of the job was being Audit Ready in very tight timelines. -most enjoyable part was learning about a new industry.
Points positifsworking with highly experienced, mature team
Points négatifshired by elk valley coal, bought out by teck coal
Cost Analyst | Elkford, BC | 18 juill. 2016
Current responsibilities
• Lead budget process for mine site and work with other departments to ensure we meet the mine site and corporate requirements (Annual Spending around $300M) • Lead month end process at mine site and ensure all site reports meets corporate deadlines (Average monthly spending of $25M) • Review monthly statements prepared by Shared Services and ensure all mine site spending is accurate and meets IFRS standards. • Report on monthly KPI performance to Internal Stakeholders and provide commentary on key variances to budget/forecast. • Facilitate monthly cost/forecast meetings with department heads, highlight key variances and opportunities for improvement. • Lead forecast process at mine site and report site/capital spending for the next 12 months • Identify process and system issues happening at site, and implementing ways to improve • Educate departments through training presentations on key issues and ways to prevent problems from occurring in AX • Prepare Budget, Quarterly, and Financial Presentations • Responsible for the Payroll team that prepares payroll for over 500 employees.
Truck Driver | Sparwood, BC | 22 juill. 2021
Watch your back and your cheque’s
After being hired on as a special assignment, the roller coaster of maybe’s begins. Once you have fullfilled your contract you can expect to be laid off or extended but don’t hold your breathe for full time. Unionization has made the employee to employee interactions cut throat. People will give you false info/advice, then sit back and watch you suffer. Equipment is barely operational and when management is informed you will be told to run anyways. If something goes wrong it will be your fault. Though they preach safety the only thing that really matters is production. Watch your cheque’s! They still use written time cards and mail paystubs. Not a single cheque that was deposited was actually spot on correct. Quite often there was discrepancies of a couple hours, but occasionally found that full days would be missing from pay. HR is very difficult to get ahold of and when a problem is brought up it usually means that your next shift will be a “difficult one!”
Points négatifsCutthroat employees, poorly managed, focused on production not safety, poorly maintained equipment
Test Lead | Calgary, AB | 8 mai 2014
Test Lead
Participated in projects planning by reviewing, analyzing and clarifying the business requirements and prototype creation in an agile environment • Identified opportunities for process improvement, developing and suggesting solutions • Recommended value-added changes in the various phases of the tender process that enhanced the overall efficiency of the process • Managed requirements traceability • Performed risk analysis, defined assumptions and constraints for monthly release • Performed analysis for proposed solutions • Reviewed functional requirements and assessed test cases • Standardized QA standards and practices across teams • Defined testing scope, goals, risks, entrance/Exit criteria for monthly release • Facilitated lesson-learned meetings • Configured and managed Quality Center usage for test asset management, reporting and usability • Managed and supported Smoke, SNIFF, FIT , SIT and UAT test phases • Mentored testing resources and resolved any issues faced by team
Loss Prevention Officer | Tumbler Ridge, BC | 5 janv. 2014
Daily learning and fun workplace
A typical day at work consist of signing in and out contractors, checking up to date orientations and safety tickets, doing orientations, daily and weekly safety equipment checks, answer the radio, telephone and direct the access gates. Enter data lodge, escorting contractors on site. Vehicle inspections, vehicle searches. First aid administered when needed. Mine rescue training. What I have learned would be leadership within my team mates. Enhanced my work skills, computer skills and social skills. Management was a group of co-workers that are open to any suggestions or any questions. My co-workers were the best team members anyone could ask for. We had amazing communication between all of us, trust and respect between all co-workers. The hardest part of my job would be leaving my position within the company. The most enjoyable part of my job would be the schedule and my co-workers.
Points positifsworking in a very good work enviroment
Points négatifsno benefits
Accountant | Calgary, AB | 20 juin 2014
Great people, great work
 Using Atlas report to create Dynamic AX database to generate customized report for various usages  Designing and developing customized excel report for month-end reports to reduce massive working hours for reporting and improve accuracy and efficiency  Constructuring user-friendly and maintainable SharePoint structure and interface to fit business needs  Analyzing and conducting monthly Overhead report for each department  Producing forecast for capital project and overhead  Communicating with the managers of each department to investigate irregular costs and entering change journal entries respectively  Governing and correcting the balance accounts records within ERP system to ensure as fewer incorrect transactions have been entered  Preparing various invoices weekly for Account Payable payment towards vendors and customers  Preparing Journal Entries for Account correction, cash deposit, vendor invoice allocation, etc.,
Coordinador/a de servicios | Iquique, Tarapacá | 19 juin 2012
Falta de oportunidades
Dia de trabajo; destinar alojamiento solicitado, entregar y recepcionar los avances de trabajo requeridos en Campamento para su mantención, revisar aseo a pabellones, despachar buses con personal de la Compañía, revisar compras gestionadas, atención al personal de faena, etc. Aprendi que el área de Recursos Humanos es una de las mas importantes dentro de una organización, ya que somos ls responsables de mantener a nuestra gente en optimas condiciones, a traves de Capacitaciones y desarrollo personal, teniendo así al mejor personal para mantener los objetivos de Seguridad y de producción en un alto nivel. Hoy en día la dirección/gerencia, se estan realizando gran cambios, referente a utilizar 3 grandes pilares dentro de la organización, que es las personal, la forma y los valores, espero que esto tenga un gran exito en la Compañía. Con los compañeros de trabajo mantengo la mejor de las comunicaciones, independiente de sus estilos diferentes de ser, siempre busco con ellos, un trabajo en equipo. La parte dificil del trabajo, es cuando se presenta mucho desorden en los trabajos ya establecidos y en las lentas decisiones por parte de la Jefatura, cuando se requieren en forma rapida. Lo que más me gusta del trabajo en trato directo con los trabajadores, donde hay que escucharlos y solucionar su requerimientos.
Points positifsseguro de salud y dental
Points négatifsfalta de oportunidad de crecimiento dentro de mi área.

Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Teck Resources Limited

À quelle fréquence bénéficiiez-vous d'une augmentation de salaire chez Teck Resources?
Posée le 22 nov. 2022
Once a year
Réponse du 23 mars 2023
Teck believes in keeping you dependent on them... so 2% raise to fight an 8% inflation
Réponse du 15 mars 2023
Quelle politique est appliquée chez Teck Resources en matière de télétravail?
Posée le 9 nov. 2022
Réponse du 8 mai 2023
Old school mentality management. They ended as much of the remote work as they could to get purple back in the office.
Réponse du 15 mars 2023
What are the perks offered by Teck Coal Ltd?
Posée le 18 juin 2017
Mugs, coats hats
Réponse du 12 sept. 2020
No perks. Just horrible place to work.
Réponse du 28 juill. 2018
Vos supérieurs sont-ils facilement abordables chez Teck Resources?
Posée le 20 mars 2017
Listen to your employees with an open mind , treat them respectfully.
Réponse du 18 oct. 2020
Teck needs new staff as HR. The current ones have no clue what Human Resources means.
Réponse du 14 janv. 2019
À quelle fréquence les salaires augmentent-ils chez Teck Resources?
Posée le 12 sept. 2020
Every year
Réponse du 2 mai 2023
Réponse du 9 mars 2023