My overall experience with the pipeline integrity division was Good!
Field Specialist I (Current Employee) – Leduc, AB – 10 April 2018
I joined in the Pipeline inspection division, almost 4 years ago , the pay was not great , but compensated with a good Job Work/Life Balance ,unfortunately the merger with GE has changed a lot of things for the worse . it no longer the same company .
Research Design and Development Technologist 4 (Former Employee) – Leduc, AB – 27 February 2018
Even before the last round of cuts I worked on an R&D Team that was always under resourced and over tasked. Only the Hot Fires would get the focus and resources needed to fix the problems. This company needs to invest in R&D rather than cut if they intend to continue to be an industry leader.
Casual work place, the people who are there are great.
Cuts have gone too far. Too few people to get the job done.
Facility Administrator - Full Time (Former Employee) – Leduc, AB – 6 February 2018
Enjoyed all the employees I worked with. We had 5 core values in which everyone abided by. Integrity, Team Work, Performance, Learning & Courage. This Company takes care of you in everyway. A very stress free environment. I enjoyed my 3 years here but due to failing Oilfield at the time, I got laid off. I was sad to go but now I'm back and looking for another great job I can wake to daily.
Employees, lots of respect, great company to work for.
Need more time for training on new jobs to help other office admins with their work load.
Field Operator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 February 2018
Nice hands on training options , lot of different skills you can learn as diversify company , I worked in PPS - pressure pumping department so get a chance to learn a lot , indulging subsea testing to N2 pumping
Mechanical Technician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 January 2018
meh, not a great environment for the brain that is a fact, let alone one's body. no community or peer support, money driven business, too large for my liking. all together not a good experience for me. it showed me the value in education.
HSE Manager - Canada & Alaska (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 January 2018
This was my first job with the oil and gas service industry. I learned a lot about how to work within a multi-national organization and gained a tonne of experience with the oil and gas industry. With that I thank Baker Hughes for the opportunity.
Department Administrator/Facility Coordinator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 1 November 2017
My typical day at work consisted of many clerical duties. I ran the front desk at a large shop in Red Deer. I would answer phones, file documents, work with the HSE Manager, personally report to the manager and assisted walk ins
I learnt many things at Baker Hughes. It was my first Oilfield based job. I learned about the inner workings of the company and added experience to my administrate abilities.
Management was always supportive and kind
The workplace culture was friendly but professional
The hardest part of the job was trying to help as many people as I could but only being able to complete one project at a time
The most enjoyable part was being able to connect with individuals everyday. Helping staff with projects and helping out the public as much as I could.
Pump nitrogen Operator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 October 2017
I was hired on as a N2 pump hauler and operator. One week before my 3 months kicked in with my benefits they stopped sending me on jobs, effectively making it so I'm not making money anymore just sitting at the shop, the day before my 3 months, I am let go without any hesitation or reason behind the issue.