Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee), Shreveport, LA – August 10, 2014
Pros: 80 plus hours
Cons: the eviroment
There was always something to do. Rather it was to help customers find something or cleaning.I learned how to use p.o.s system as a cash register. The management was not that great, but the my coworkers always had a new story that they wanted to talk about.
Process Technician (Former Employee), Baytown, TX – July 30, 2014
• Responsible to ensure that the units were operated to their optimum design by monitoring and acting on information obtained from the control room operation. Operation units encompassed Lubes Extraction Unit, Deasphalting Unit, Lubes Tank Farm, and Lube Extraction 2 Unit. • Further developed the ability to work under pressure and handled unit emergencies. • – more... Coordinated between supervisor and inside operator to carryout different job tasks. • Unit troubleshooting skills • Turnaround planning support – less
Fire Technician (Current Employee), Jurong island – July 30, 2014
shift work.I've learned many thing such as fire fighting,hazmat mitigation,medical and also learn to communicate and interact with other e.g. to conduct fire training for the technician.Also hands-on and maintenance of fire fighting equipment.
Cashier (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – July 23, 2014
Pros: great team work
Cons: drunks and beer runs
I realize working at a gas station is very important job of every day life for the customers . I remember my first day at work I was working the over night shift .That morning was so busy I could not get the gas pumps to work and customers were coming in yelling at me . It was so crazy!! I had a line all the way to the back of the store . I could not – more... believe how fast it got busy . I was so happy to see the manager walk into work .Wow,, working at Gas station does effect every day lives of customers. Now I know how its feels when you are behind the counter. – less
Software development enriched with engineering learning
Software Developer/Architect (Current Employee), Houston, TX – July 21, 2014
Pros: development for an engineering product.
Cons: complexity and overwhelming size of the project.
This is a high professional fortune #1, company with high competitive professionals having Phd from best universities in the US and world over. I work in development that enrich me with engineering knowledge and developing complex algorithm that solves very complex problems.
Network Specialist (Current Employee), The Woodlands, TX – July 18, 2014
Pros: work from home currently (flexibility). great people!
Cons: the work/life balance motto is not followed.
ExxonMobil is a great place to work; the people are outstanding-I've had amazing managers in my career with the company. The benefits are wonderful; my co-workers have been great. My favorite part of the job has been the people I've worked with over the years. The hardest part of the job is the cross-functional management. It can be difficult to get – more... the needed alignment to move forward on a project as there are always various objectives different parties are trying attain. – less