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Vermilion Energy Overview

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Calgary, AB (Canada)
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Public (VET)
Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Baytex Energy, Crescent Point Energy, Peyto
Vermilion adheres to a value creation strategy through the execution of full cycle exploration and production programs focused on the acquisition, exploration, development and optimization of producing properties in North America, Europe and ... Read more

Mission: To consistently deliver superior rewards to investors, employee​s, partners & the communities in which we operate.

Vermilion Energy Reviews

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Anthony Marino
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    "Engineering Company, American President"

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    I have been working at Vermilion Energy full-time


    Salary and benefits. Company has a Philanthropic bent.


    Difficult if female. All operations women (outside of HR) with any authority demoted. Difficult if non-engineer. All non-engineer staff with any authority demoted in favour of engineers, some with less than 6 months at company. President is American and brings the USA litigious approach. Core company values are a myth if President perceives interference with his agenda. Philanderer and favors American friends. HR group is massive reflecting on number of HR related tracking transactions and corporate staff numbers. HR members are feared due to executive level influence. HR business partners will not hesitate at going above supervisory head to achieve HR agenda. Very political, very camped (guarded) departmental environment. Attempting to affect change where it is desperately needed can be an exercise in international career threatening relations.

    Advice to Management

    Consider being equal opportunity from a professional/functional/gender perspective. Layoff some HR staff. Canadian leadership. De-camp: departmentally working with each other.

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Vermilion Energy Photos

Vermilion Energy photo of: Laughter with the teams at our annual golf tournament in 2013
Vermilion Energy photo of: We are proud of our focus on operational excellence!
Vermilion Energy photo of: Safety is always our first priority in our operations around the world
Vermilion Energy photo of: When floods hit High River in 2013, we responded with vacuum trucks and people to help
Vermilion Energy photo of: Our CEO, Lorenzo Donadeo, at the launch of the Vermilion Energy / YWCA of Calgary Employment Resource Centre
Vermilion Energy photo of: Heat from our produced water in Parentis helps to grow 3,000 tonnes of tomatoes annually!
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Vermilion Energy Interviews



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    Senior Operations Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Calgary, AB (Canada)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Vermilion Energy (Calgary, AB (Canada)) in November 2008.


    Very thorough and lengthy. I don't think any of the interview process was redundant; however, the hiring process took too long. If I hadn't had my heart set on working there, I likely would have accepted another one of the offers I had.

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    It was a great offer. I accepted without negotiation.

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Vermilion Energy Awards & Accolades

  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees), Great Place to Work Institute, 2012

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