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22 days ago

Account Manager

Suncor Denver, CO

Reporting to the Wholesale Team Leader, the Direct Sales Account Manager develops and grows the direct sales channel portfolio through profitable… Suncor

21 days ago

Instrument Technician

Suncor Denver, CO

The Instrument Technician supports process operations, maintenance, and engineering by maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing process control… Suncor

21 days ago

Pipeline Operator

Suncor Fort Lupton, CO

Reporting to the Supervisor, Maintenance and Reliability, the Pipeline Operator is responsible for all aspects of measurement of incoming and… Suncor

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    Former Employee - Engineer  in  Commerce City, CO
    Former Employee - Engineer in Commerce City, CO

    I worked at Suncor as a contractor for less than a year


    If you make the cut, and pay your dues for a few years, you can make a lifelong career at their refinery. Play the politics, make the right "friends," follow the company line, and have the intelligence, perseverance and stamina necessary.... you should be able to stay employed for life. It's an exciting place to work; you won't get bored.


    Bait and switch on the amount of work necessary for engineers. A 60 hour work week would not be unusual for projects once funding comes through. A project engineer in the Commerce City Refinery is expected to handle 6-10 projects for turnaround periods, ranging from $500K to $4M, each. The work filters down to the discipline engineers. Turnaround, of course, requires extreme overtime. Safety is given lip service. If it costs too much to bring up to code, the cost is spread out over too many years. The question isn't "if" it will happen at this facility; it is "when".

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    Stop jumping over a dollar to save a dime. Staff up your projects so all the procedures and safety reviews can be done well instead of simply getting through the gate. Revisit the bonus structure so the full time employees don't overwork the contractors to ensure quality and safe work. Pick two: fast, good, cheap. You've chosen fast and cheap.

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