oil sands & in situ supervisor
Annette is Cree and grew up on a reserve. Today, she’s a supervisor at one of Suncor’s Fort McMurray sites and, with her husband, runs a paintball company where they employ Aboriginal youth. She credits her ability to manage a paintball company to her training and experience at Suncor.
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heavy equipment operator, Oil Sands Operations, Fort McMurray
Amber Abram is a heavy equipment operator at Suncor’s oil sands operations in the Fort McMurray, Alberta area. She started by driving a truck and progressed to a grader and now operates a shovel that moves more than 100 tons of material at a time. Amber works six days on, six days off and loves the Fort McMurray community, the challenges and her co-workers.
overhead doors and cranes supervisor
supervisor, Overhead Doors and Cranes, Fort McMurray
Kelsey Janvier likes the great pay, benefits and work /life balance his role at Suncor offers. He began with the company as a carpenter apprentice and today is the supervisor of overhead doors and cranes. He cites the safety culture as one of the key reasons he likes working at Suncor, along with the great team with which he works.
construction manager, In Situ, Firebag, Fort McMurray
Construction manager at one of Suncor’s developing locations in the Fort McMurray area, Firebag in situ site, Sam Veltri resides in camp on-site and flies home to Ontario for his time off. He manages a team of 1,500 and says Firebag’s large scale allows for tremendous opportunities for growth.
electrical engineer, Offshore FPSO, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Rex Churchill started his career on the offshore Hibernia project and moved to Terra Nova in 1999. He says offshore work goes from the very small to the very big — and the big end can involve turbines that can power a small city. He likes contributing and learning, and likes that Suncor accepts input and feedback.
Darren started as an operator and through a series of promotions now looks after million-dollar plants as a supervisor. He’s Metis and a supervisor overseeing TRO™ (tailings reductions operations), a technology of Suncor’s that reduces tailing pond reclamation periods by decades.
heavy equipment operator, Fort McMurray
Nanaimo-born Sonja Peteriet moved to Fort McMurray looking for work. She stays for the diverse community and great people, and the future she sees ahead of her in the company’s mining operations. She began with the company as a co-op student and today is a heavy-equipment operator, operating one of the biggest trucks in the world.
electrical instrumentation manager
manager, Electrical Instrumentation, Fort McMurray
Chad Frigon began his career at Suncor as an apprentice electrician and today is the manager of electrical instrumentation for the company’s in situ operations at McKay River, in the Fort McMurray area. He loves the ongoing challenges of his work, and has fun every day.
manager, Cranes Department, Fort McMurray
Tom Rouse, manager of the cranes department, continues to be amazed by the size and scale of his Suncor world, from the cranes and mine equipment, to the upgrader. He loves the challenge, the team he works with, and the Fort McMurray community. He started in the logistics department and credits his supervisors along the way with allowing him to learn and grow, and reach the position he has today.
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