Project Management, Development Engineer (Current Employee), Houston, TX – May 20, 2013
Pros: nice people to work with and lots to learn.
Cons: lots of travel.
Lead project teams to evaluate and qualify new products within the Environmental Solutions Applied Research department for further development within the company. Generat and present project reports to provide feedback and recommendations on new products bases on the compiled results from both laboratory and field test. Work with the oilfield water – more... management department to develop and test water treatment technologies both in the laboratory and field setting to disinfect and clarify recycled waters. Work with field operations to develop and test drilling waste treatment technologies to manage the waste produced during drilling operations. – less
Shop/Field Service Techician (Current Employee), Chickasha, OK – December 28, 2012
Pros: free lunch, high pay and hours
Cons: no room to advance and no moral amog co-workers
Typical day was to come into shop and work on equipment, or deliver parts to rig locations. I learned a lot about PLC's, electronics, three phase motors, and mechanical rental equipment. Management was pretty laid back as long as you did your job but started screaming when orders when everybody fell behind. Co-workers were burnt out in there professions. – more... The hardest part of the job was troubleshooting the electrical side of the equipment due to lack of understanding. Most enjoyable part was learning and applying what you knew. – less