Very well run and organized environment. Compensated extremely well
Electronic Technician (Current Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 9 September 2013
I started at Halliburton when I finished Lambton College as a Electrical Technician I was responsible for the units in the field while I was on site as well as the repairs to the units when the got back to the shop. The shift work was 10 days on 4 days off of 8 hour shifts but while in the field shifts could last anywhere from 8-16 hours giving a lot of opportunity for overtime. The management that I answered to was very knowledgeable and willing to help whenever it was needed. The most enjoyable part of the job was that it was different all of the time and since technology is always changing and upgrading there is always going to be more to learn. The hardest part of the job was in the field when there is no cell reception and needed to ask a question you would basically be stranded until you figure it out.
Baroid Drilling Fluid LMP Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oman Mukhaizna – 27 January 2018
1- Busy all the long and with a lot tension 2- Learn how to manage the time according with the operation, manages personal 3- Good processes in place, efficient mismanagement processes 4- I relate with people of different culture and religions 5- Is not rely hard due to a love my job and the things that i do 6- When i pended time with friend and family
Like the gym
Work long hours is not the right thing, but need to do it for reason