I started out working as an operations assistant and was very excited because the pay was great. I quickly learned how to do billing and even helped out with new hire processes and so on. After about a month of working there, I showed up to work and the manager came up to me and said they were terminating the position. The manager was terrible about communicating and I was not given a heads up about the job position being terminated.
Technical Trainer (Current Employee) – Little Canada, MN – April 10, 2018
At Q3 you can go from being a laborer to a foreman fairly quick depending on your work ethic. A typical day at work for me is managing all the new hires that come through our door and to get them started on there career as a construction worker at Q3.
Traffic Control Supervisor (Former Employee) – 5300 Colorado Boulevard Denver Colorado 80022 – March 26, 2018
Q3 is a fast-paced stressful very physical job at times you have three and four set up to do per day as well as pick them up however the dispatches yours are very inefficient at time management the branch manager for the traffic control division has no experience whatsoever and traffic control and the safety department are not even tcs's fatigue setups
Foreman (Former Employee) – Little Canada, MN – December 21, 2017
Not a bad place to start your career in the union. MAnagment means well but the company is too big and the chain of comand cares about there bonus and thats it not the employee. Good place to start though
New Business Advocate (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 5, 2017
They don't pay you what a project manger should get paid. They expect you to work more hours than what is required for your salary and then expect you to do more on top of that is outside your job responsibilities.
Laborer/Operator (Former Employee) – Little Canada, MN – October 10, 2017
Good place to work, with a great working environment. Not a lot of room for advancement but steady seasonal work with outstanding pay and benefits, Management was also very outgoing and was seen on a regular basis on the job site.
Utility Locate Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – August 28, 2017
I worked for q3 for over two years and never got a raise even though I was promoted twice. There was lots of theft happening and no accountability. No balance for home life at all as I have 6 kids to care for as well as work. Paychecks were not always full. Discrimination
Utility Distribution Designer (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – June 13, 2017
Bad work environment, felt used and unappreciated and management could care less about you, your health or happiness. Management only wanted to pay more when trying to quit because they were desperate because everyone was leaving.
CDL Class A Driver,equipment operator (Current Employee) – Colorado – June 6, 2017
Starting the day we walked the work to check all utilities marked on the floor before digging . I learn that everyone utilitie has to be marked . The hardest part of the job is to dig around the life gas . The most enjoyable part of the job is that , we do different things every day .
Having to do different things every day.
The thing that i dont like is that, we get payed based on the work .
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Little Canada, MN – July 27, 2016
My accounts payable position was filled with solid invoice entry, posting weekly or as needed payments. Loved the vendor relationship building aspect of the job and keeping an accurate and timely reporting at weekly and monthly ends.