Incompetent, self serving, discriminating management. Drunks and drug addicts, worst company ive ever worked with. First job out I witnessed what the
Flow-back Senior Supervisor/Pad Manager (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 11 May 2017
Incompetent, self serving, discriminating management. Drunks and drug addicts, worst company ive ever worked with. First job out I witnessed what the work dynamic was and immediately began my exit strategy.
Specialty Well Logging Supervisor (Former Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 7 February 2017
Decent place to work, although being oil and gas, advancement can be limited and job security is not the greatest. Management seemed fine, i had great management in my division but never really met many outside of my area.
Operator/ Driver (Former Employee) – Blackfalds, AB – 8 January 2017
I spent a couple years with this company. Great people and well organized. Benefits and pension were great. Nothing but good things to say about the company. The industry is garbage right now and security is horrible. good luck in the future.
Branch Administrator (Current Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 28 November 2016
Everyday, I report to my direct manager, accounts payable, HR, and HSE. All administrative and front office duties Directing all incoming calls Account reconciliation Accounts receivable Accounts payable Asset management, tracking and filing Project tracking Payroll Reception Pre-hiring procedures ad screening Hiring procedures Maintaining employee safety tickets/training Multi tasking Time management
Flowback, Completions Senior Operator (Current Employee) – Fort St John, BC – 23 February 2016
A typical day consist of waking up for dinner have a bite to eat then heading out for a 12 hour night shift. when at work there is many things my night could consist of from rigging in miles of steel pipe to taking high pressure samples. I also on certain jobs look after the green hands and make sure that they are doing there tasks in a safe manner. I as a senior operator am also responsible for them and any equipment that we use during a work day and am suppose to inform the supervisor if there is any sort of problems.
E-Line Supervisor, Completion Services (Former Employee) – Alberta and BC – 28 January 2016
if all you want is a good paycheck and don't care about having a social life, then FMC Technologies is a good fit for you. The management team is full of people that got to their positions by who they know, not what they know. So expect to have a higher intelligence and better understanding of how to properly run a station. Have Fun!
productive and fun workplace with great staff and salary
Alberta Health Services - Unit Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 January 2016
Very well structured work environment. Mostly great staff that work well together. Fast paced and high stress at times, but everyone seems to work well under pressure. Salary was great and the times were flexible.
FMC Technologies has a strong set of core values that they follow closely as an organization. For me, the key value is Integrity.
Field Service Technician III (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 11 November 2015
The service technician position is a challenging job in a dangerous environment. FMC has a strong safety oriented culture and they do everything possible to keep their employees safe. I enjoyed solving the difficulties presented on each job site and felt a great deal of personal satisfaction when the job was done.
Process Operator (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 8 November 2015
Safe and serious work place dealing with oxidizable material. Very number driven operation trying to be as efficient as possible. Dealing with management very closely everyday to produce the most pure and as much peroxide daily.
Well tester/Operator/supervisor (Former Employee) – Alberta and some BC – 31 October 2015
If you like to to be tested and pushed to your limits this is for you, great group of guys here and couldn't ask for a better management!!They are there all hours of the day/night and are willing to help you in any situation even personal ones.
Hardest part of the job other then the rig in and out part would be being away from your family and not having a set rotation. you will miss 90% of family gatherings, birthdays, holidays,friends getting together.
Best part of the job would be the money and freedom you will get on your short days off if your smart with your money give it a couple years and you can almost have everything you dreamed of. begin in the bush and seeing the wildlife is another awesome side to this job if you are a hunter you get to find some really good spots.
long hitches 21- 24 days with 4 days to a week off when busy.