“I began working for Apollo-Clad directly after graduating from the Materials Engineering Program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. In the years since, Apollo has facilitated tremendous professional growth. The dynamic nature of the industry coupled with the open-minded approach of the company means plenty of opportunity to learn new skill sets and to refine existing ones. It has been a great experience so far, and I look forward to what the future with Apollo will bring.”
“The family atmosphere is really good here. It’s very tight-knit. They have family events and picnics for staff, and they’re very flexible if you have illness or challenges at home. They are also willing to teach you. I came in with no experience, and they trained me. Another reason I really enjoy working here is that Apollo is constantly evolving and growing. Management is keen on using the newest technologies to improve the products we manufacture. They are always looking to the future for advancements.”
“There are so many great things about working at Apollo. I value the working relations I have with all levels of the organization.
There is always an opportunity to further your education or to change career paths within Apollo.
The flexibility within the company is so refreshing. It is understandable why so many Apollo employees invest in a long-term career with this company.”
“Originally from England, I had a friend who encouraged me to move to Edmonton because of the better standard of living. The work is not easy, though, and every day you have a new challenge. The parts here are a lot bigger and more complex. Apollo is a great company. They treat you well, and the working environment is nice compared to other machine shops.”
“I’m so grateful to this company. Things were slowing down in Windsor, Ontario, and the market really fell through. I went from having a great job to just not making money. I moved out here and, even though I had to pick up new skills, I’ve been able to climb in pay and seniority. I’ve personally loved building the parts and I always have a challenge before me. If something’s going on with my family, it’s no problem. They say take care of your family first. And when I want overtime, it’s always available to me. Edmonton is now home.”