Soil Engineering Careers and Employment
General operative in Coatbridge
on 26 February 2020
Good companyGood company to work for, working away will be most of your time with the company but if that doesnt bother you, you will enjoy it. Also other workers are all okay and get along well
Engineer in Scotland
on 30 July 2020
You would have to be madThey have zero regard to health and safety. Pay against the crazy hours expected works out less than minimum wage. Avoid at all cost. You will be worked like a dog and then see nothing in return.
Lead Driller in Uk
on 30 September 2017
Good work colleagues but management need to learn moreTypical day at work is a different challenge every day and i still learn something every day due to different challenges work colleagues are good the hardest part of the job is keeping the management happy the best part is when you overcome a new challenge because you never stop learning
spanner man in Cleland, SCT
on 25 November 2015
poor employerpoorly run, unreliable management. poor conditions to work in. no benefits.. long hours away from home so no family life.
Geotechnical Engineer in Birmingham, ENG
on 11 August 2015
Good companyThis was my first role out of University and I was offered a 10 week contract with the company as a geotechnical engineer. Once on site I was given good support by the manager and also offered a permanent position with the company, I chose not to accept the offer however the senior projects manager was very understanding of my current situation and said if I wanted to re-contact them 6 months down the line the offer would still be available.
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