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Stantec Vancouver, BC (Canada)

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Stantec Vancouver, BC (Canada) Reviews

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    "Project Manager"

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    Current Employee - Project Manager in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
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    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at Stantec full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Great teammates; exciting projects (large and small). Good compensation for Project Managers/Senior Engineers. Hard work is well recognized by upper management.

    Cons

    Too many profit centres (BC's). Some departments could be rather political. RRSP and stock matchings can be more attractive (not 1:1).

    Advice to Management

    Great work.

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Stantec Vancouver, BC (Canada) Salaries

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Stantec Vancouver, BC (Canada) Interviews

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    Junior Mechanical Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC (Canada)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Stantec (Vancouver, BC (Canada)) in November 2014.

    Interview

    The interview was with a project and department manager who wanted to skip the HR process. Part of the reason was because I obtained the interview from an employee referral. They said that HR would contact me later if they decided to hire me. The department manager liked to probe to understand why I was interested in the job and to make sure I was 100% interested in buildings engineering. He made it clear that mechanical engineering is very broad, and that if I chose to work in buildings, I would be starting from scratch if I attempted to move to a different industry and that a P.Eng. would not mean anything. The interview process after the initial interview was very long and a lot of time was wasted attempting to contact both the project and department manager about the status of my application.

    Interview Questions

    • List some recent projects we have completed.   Answer Question
    • What is the winter design temperature for buildings in Vancouver?   1 Answer
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