Assembler/Production (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 22 May 2017
decent job.experience employers helped me alot to get the job done. it was steady, always busy. but learned alot in 16 yrs. there were moving up opportunities. which is a plus.means they care for there employees.
Absolutely amazing people and an incredible learning atmosphere.
FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN/ VALVE REPAIR TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Minot, ND – 11 July 2017
I loved working for Cameron as a Field Service Technician. I met so many great people that helped me better myself and pushed me to be one of the best Techs Cameron Minot has ever seen. The hardest part of the job was the fact that sometimes i would only get 20 of hours of sleep a week because we would be so short handed. I loved the job though.
Awesome experience in life and great job training.
Surface Technician (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – 13 January 2016
Awesome experience in life and great job training. Long days and shifts changes occurred regularly (Days/Nights/Swing). Learned a lot about my self and others through travel and the education that the Air Force Provided.
Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Carmicheals, PA – 22 July 2015
Driving long hours to and from locations, installing wellheads and packers, waiting on cement, installing productions trees and frac trees, frac operations, using accumulator units. Running high pressure lubricators to install bpv
A very poor place to work, they tell you one thing and then do another. I was hired at a rate of 12.00hr however the catch was I was paid 24/7 or so HR claimed. When I arrived out in Minot ND I was told that I only received that pay when out on location flowing a live oil well. That never happened because there was no work out in that area for a new company. Basically put don't work for this company they are a rip off!!!
Manufacturing Lead (Current Employee) – Iola, KS – 1 August 2012
I typically am setting up CNC machines and assisting the operators on my shift. I have learned how to delegate and fix machines in a timely and accurate fashion. My co-workers and I all get along with one another. The job comes easily for me so there are no hard parts about it. I really enjoy turning a chunk of metal into a usable part.
20 min. paid lunches and company pays $150/yr. for work boots.