HSE Manager (Former Employee) – Svobodniy city – 7 May 2019
Nice management , good communication skills of management with site workforce . Professional approach to each task and problem solving skills .I have learned to work with multinational environment . The site was well organized and secured .Hardest part of the job was implementation of the welfare facilities but in short time it has been done .
I have worked with fmc/technipfmc and enjoyed with my colligue for all the time I stayed there. The company is good for persons who want to improve the skill. It was only got a mess because of the oil crisis and I quit by my own because of personal of course the frequency of the job reduction due to oil crisis
A dynamic place to work, open minded area helping each other
Accounts Analyst (Former Employee) – Paris – 16 September 2018
I discovered a petroleum industry with a rewarding system to encourage the staff. However, I had loved the SAP usage that was very familiar to me those days. The staff management was very good, we were treated with respect.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 April 2018
No proper training, not enough productive communication, management does blame game to cover favorites. Supervisors are pushed to do reviews and give words of encouragement but never get it themselves from their supervisors/managers.
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Mount Pearl, NL – 12 January 2018
Good starting job but your efforts go unappreciated and raises are impossible to come by. The only way to get a raise is to quit and re-apply. OT pays less than regular pay and you are forced to do it. Not a good feeling or environment overall
Pipeline Analysis Engineer (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 21 February 2017
Worked with a great team, with a great team leader.
Learned how to mange time and efficiently meet deadlines for projects. Vastly improved my problem solving skills when unexpected events would occur during the design/manufacturing/installation phase. My excel and report writing skills would not be at the level they are now without this job.
Management is good for the most part, but some require an improvement in interpersonal skills.
Hardest part for my for me was the lack of field time and inability to move up in the company, felt like I would of stayed in the same position unless I switched departments.
Most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with. Very helpful, hardworking and knowledgeable while still keeping spirits in a fun/positive mood.
Productive and fun to work into with good recreational facilities.
Offshore Storekeeper (Current Employee) – British Columbia – 15 August 2016
Working in an oil & gas industry and offshore environment. Good communication skills and working with different nationalities is a pleasure. Hard part of the job is when working offshore. The most enjoyable part of my job is to meet, communicate and work with customers with different nationalities and cultures.
ROV Pilot/Tech (Former Employee) – aberdeen, uk – 4 April 2016
Lots of travel, which I loved. Enabled me to see the world while getting paid to do my job. Lots of ROV experience, doing different tasks. However, as oil prices are down at the moment the job security isn't there as I'm on a day rate contract. Also working away from home for 6 weeks at a time leaves me with a low life/work balance.
Local de trabalho produtivo e com muita camaradagem entre todos.
ENGENHEIRO DE TUBULAÇÃO DE CAMPO (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 9 March 2016
A Technip Italy, é uma Empresa de Projectos bastante sólida, na qual todas as pessoas são consideradas, independentemente da sua posição laboral e da sua raça ou religião. Fiquei bastante satisfeito durante os 6 meses de contrato que fiz com eles para trabalhar no Canadá.
Não, refeições em apartamentos individuais fornecidos pela Technip Italy no Canadá.
Document Controller (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 26 October 2015
I very much enjoyed my time at Technip! It is a company that encourages working as a team to complete tasks and share knowledge. Great work/life balance with the exception of those who go offshore during offshore season,for a short period of time. Benefits packages are great. Technip takes their team building to the next level having events often to get everyone from all departments interacting and working together. Training is also a number one priority at Technip, in which they will help provide training to those who are eagar to learn.
Always on the job focus on e-mail correspondence with the vendors/suppliers. I've learned a lot on this job every year a new system in regards procurement, quality & inventory control management updated. Co- workers is great and cooperative. Hardest part is when supplier ask for a purchase order without delivering material or goods on site. Most enjoyable part is seeing different places around the world and knowing all new faces, cultures and interactive with different nationalities onboard a construction & pipelaying vessel.