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30+ days ago

Parks, Recreation & Tourism Planner - Intermediate


Do you believe parks and recreation spaces are gardens to grow healthy communities? Do you believe in the potential that tourism has to positively… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mechanical Engineer - Buildings - Intermediate

Stantec Victoria

Our Buildings group specializes in the design and development processes unique to buildings. Working closely with our clients, our dedicated… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Civil Engineer-in-Training - Municipal

STANTEC CONSULTING Victoria +2 locations

With the understanding that effective management of our water resources is critical to public health, economic development, and the long-term health… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Wildlife Biologist

SECOR Victoria +2 locations

Develop, manage and support components of technical marine resource projects including; Senior level management of existing and new projects such as… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Civil Technologist - Senior – new

SECOR Victoria

We have a new career opportunity in our Kelowna, Surrey and Victoria offices for a Civil Engineer-in-Training Municipal . Working closely with the… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Senior Marine Biologist

SECOR Victoria +2 locations

We are seeking a CAD Technologist to join our growing office in Red Deer! In this position, you will be responsible for diverse functions that… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Electical Engineer - Buildings

SECOR Victoria

Stantec is currently in search of an experienced Electrical Engineer for our Victoria office, an individual with well-rounded experience in power… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Business Development Leader - Transportation Sector

SECOR Saanichton +2 locations

Develop, manage and support components of technical marine resource projects including; Senior level management of existing and new projects such as… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Field Director

SECOR Sidney

Stantec is seeking a motivated Field Services Inspector to join the team in our fast growing Prince Rupert office and be heavily involved in a large… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Administrative Assistant


There is an opportunity in our Sidney office for a highly motivated Administrative Assistant. You possess strong interpersonal and communication… Glassdoor

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    If your company is taken over, RUN

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    Former Employee - Project Engineer in Victoria, BC (Canada)
    Former Employee - Project Engineer in Victoria, BC (Canada)

    I worked at Stantec


    In theory, Stantec should be a world-beater: one shop shopping for customers, you get to work on incredible projects, there are experts available to answer questions and bounce ideas off.

    Benefits are as good or better than any other firm I've worked for; pay is market-competitive. If you're a young person and can curry favour , you can't beat it as a place to learn and advance.


    To be fair, this review should be read in light of the fact I was fired after 5 years, with 30 years industry experience, so there is some bitterness. However, with time comes insight, and I'm in a much better place now. My only regret is that I didn't leave after 5 months.

    As a publicly-traded company, the focus was 100% on short-term profitability. There was no consideration of "are we doing what's right for the customer?" or "are we producing a good product?". Policies were set by lawyers and made no sense in the marketplace.

    Managers discouraged input and were openly hostile to ideas contrary to their own pre-conceived notions. The pressure and stress were incredible, with absolutely no management support or considerations. They definitely played favorites with work assignments, training, and bonuses.

    To my review headline: I worked for a company that was taken over shortly after I joined. The new employees were made to feel like outsiders, to the extent that 3 years after acquisition all only 3 of 15 remained and after 5 years only 1 remains (I think).

    Very little opportunity for meaningful development - the attitude seems to be that they will hire or buy their way into any market they want, rather than develop existing staff.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Cut through the layers and the politics - you have (or had) some really good people that have been turned off by short-term focus and petty politics.

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