Global Technical Support Engineer (Former Employee), Aberdeen – October 26, 2015
Pros: Flexible Working Hours
Cons: Some staff members who thought they were managment.
Good place to work however there were just too many people who thought they had more power than their job grade. Poor management communication. Only ever heard the negatives. Some major issues that need to be resolved internally. Lots of people with no job who are paid very well.
Maintenance Technician / presetter (Current Employee), Fryeburg, ME – October 12, 2015
Pros: Great pay and benefits
Cons: subject to layoffs
Hunting is a great place to work but a slow down in the energy industry lead to a large workforce reduction. The management was good, the co-workers are great group of people which was the most enjoyable part of the job.
General Laborer (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 24, 2015
Pros: Great enviroment
Cons: long hours
on a typical day at Hunting Energy Services. my day consisted of media blasting and swedging. I learned a lot from working with the company. it taught me great social skill, time management, and great work ethics. I honestly can say I have no complaints about management they were an awesome group of people to work for. Same with my co-workers everybody was honestly supportive and very helping when needed. the hardest part about my job was the repetitiveness and the long hours with no day off in sight at times. the most enjoyable part of my job was that it was very rewarding when I was constantly getting complements from management and third part oilfield inspectors.
Outside Process Coordinator - SHP Location (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 4, 2015
Upper management at the individual facility bred a culture of divisiveness between departments. I enjoyed working there despite this. It was disappointing to see so many bad business decisions that will be detrimental the future of the facility (IMHO). I was not surprised to be laid off, nor am I bitter. But I am worried for those good, honest employees still there. Management needs to change in order to be sure the facility survives this downturn in business.
Inventory Supervisor and Accounts Payable (Former Employee), Conroe Texas – June 4, 2015
Pros: Good Location
Cons: oil & gas economy
Drilling Tools division was a learning experience and everyday you had the opportunity to learn more. The hardest part was Inventory weekend and reconciling all the parts, but with each quarter I learned more.
I cleaned a large facility that had 9 restrooms 1 break room. I learned how to work with people. I had a difficult boss. She was very hard to work with but in the end I learned how to communicate with her to have a more positive work environment. I was the only one for my shift. There were three shifts because the facility was open 24 hours. The hardest part of my job was learning how to communicate with my manager. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to go in early and get out early enough to pick up my kids from school and spend time with them.
It was usually really busy with not much rest time and high expectations of every employ. I learned a lot about mud motors in general. hardest part was trying to memorize all the different parts and what damages were allowed. Enjoyed finding defective parts and constantly learning something new every day.
Great place to work for! Thankful for the job, just hope oil prices come back up. They do their best to take care of the employee's. I would suggest that anyone looking come here, as long as oil prices are up.
Independent Contractor (Former Employee), TX – March 11, 2015
Constantly learning new things, feels like a big family.The management is always willing to work with you and help you exceed your goals. The best part of working there is the atmosphere. Great Hours and great pay and WONDERFUL benefits.