Senior operator (Former Employee), Fort St John, BC – March 3, 2014
Pros: good people, decent pay, lots of hours.
Cons: long tours of duty, can be in camp/far from home, isolated work areas.
Operating in the Frac Flow Back division is a healthy blend of physical and mental tasks. Setting up and tearing down the equipment is physically demanding while the operation of the testing equipment is mentally challenging. Troubleshooting problems and recognizing the effects/physics of flowing gas/oil wells through testing equipment can keep one – more... on one's toes. All traing is on the job and all essential skills and knowledge is learned while performing duties day to day. Both teamwork and unsupervised work are expected depending on the size of the crew ranging from 2 man to 10+ man crews with day and nightshifts. – less
warehouse (Current Employee), mechanicsburg pa – November 21, 2014
Management only favors within the office after a time employees starts to feel hostile if you don`t get along. They expect for employees to stop their personal life to be there till they say so even thought it announced that same day without a advanced time.Pl ease stay away at the end management is always right.!!!
Designing belt conveyor systems for material handling
Senior Mechanical Designer (Former Employee), Chalfont, PA – October 15, 2014
A pleasant place to work. People are very knowledgeable of their product and driven to complete products correctly. A typical day would be either laying out or designing systems to convey material such as coal, limestone and ore for transfer or to silos for use or provided prepare paperwork to coordinate products and ship all parts to complete said – more... systems. In the systems we would use equipment to prepare material for proper use which was provided by select vendors. In 13 years of experience working for FMC, I learned the in and outs of designing complete conveyor systems that are some of the largest in the world. – less