Life at Fort McKay
Life at Fort McKay Group of Companies
Our purpose is to preserve and propel the Fort McKay First Nation and better the lives of Indigenous peoples.
We live our values:
- Results oriented
We put safety first
We believe that safety is everyone’s responsibility and can only be achieved through the active participation and commitment to protecting the health and safety of our people. Our company’s HSE philosophy is based on:
- Promoting personal safety
- Ensuring that our people are competent and equipped with what they need
- Promoting the physical and psychological well-being of our people
At FMGOC, we believe you belong with a team that supports your professional and personal growth. If you are just as passionate as we are about contributing to your workplace and community, FMGOC is the place for you.
Here’s what our employees have to say about our company.
Amy, Team Leader, Shipping and Receiving
“The thing that I like most about my job is being the person that somebody comes to when they have a problem. I like helping people through things. What gets me excited about coming to work is the people and the atmosphere. When I first heard about this company, I wanted to work at an Indigenous company as I am also Indigenous myself. It matters to me to work somewhere with purpose and meaning because I see what's happening in the community, what they are building in the community, and I like to think that we have an impact on that.
I feel like the company impacts the community on a dollar amount. They give money back to the community. I know that they are building a school with a gym and a community centre. For me, the company mainly impacts the children and the future. In my experience, working with Fort McKay Group of Companies is fun, involves lots of learning, meeting new people and creating a family atmosphere.”
It’s a great company to work with. The vision and the guiding principles encouraged me to work with Fort McKay. The interactions and respect among the senior leadership also encourages me to work with Fort McKay.”