Technical Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 August 2018
The management team is currently in transition. The former management was out dated. I have every confidence the company can be successful once the new management team and philosophy is fully implemented.
SUB-SURFACE FOREMAN (Former Employee) – Estevan, SK – 19 June 2018
I have learns a lot form this work, being a new hire to a foreman the journey was awesome. This place was Fact pack work place with lots of hours of work and its physical demanding. Most enjoyable part of the work was working with the crew member.
STATOR PRODUCTION WORKER (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 June 2018
Great place to work at, good leadership. Good benefits, you were given good hours with opportunity of overtime hours as well. Only drawback is once economy takes a hit, they get rid of the most senior positions first to save big bucks.
Due to cut backs and poor upper management it was hard to do day to day business
MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 May 2018
Due to extensive cutbacks and poor upper management it was hard to maintain the vehicles. Due to non payment of invoices it was hard for our purchasers to obtain the necessary parts to keep the vehicles running within government safety standards
bottom level management was great and cared for their employees
upper management made poor choices and caused low morale
Pump Technician (Former Employee) – Hardisty, AB – 23 April 2018
I was fortunate to work with a group of people that I got a long very well with. We worked well together as a result management was terrific taking extra time to help us with anything I was able to advance from pump tech 1 to pump tech 3 qualifications helping increase my salary the most difficult part of the job was being on call on the weekends because you were by yourself and sometimes you became swamped the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting people and the people I worked with
One of the best jobs I ever had until they changed things
Software Developer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 21 March 2018
I LOVED the work I did at Weatherford. Being part of the dev team there was a great experience, we were basically autonomous and we got stuff done. Then we switched office locations and infrastructure, and everything changed. Unfortunate, and we parted ways, but still a great place to work.
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 23 February 2018
Managers care mostly about their positions instead of helping employees to succeed and flourish During 5 years I had only 1 training course about customer service Poor work place culture (depending on who is your manager)
Driver/Rig hand/Operator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 February 2018
Drove to well locations and rig up gripper unit. Had are daily safety Workplace culture was great. the best part if the job was driving to locations and meeting with the rig crew and the doing the job.
Site Coordinator and Maintenance Engineer (Former Employee) – Sindh – 8 February 2018
I started my career at this company. Excellent management and incentives. I also had potential for job advancement. The colleges were also nice, helping and mentoring. I learned how to accomplish work safely.
Q.C. Coordinator (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 7 February 2018
Good place to work and learn. Some of the people in the management aren't good . Sometimes your experience and performance isn't counted against the people who only provide negative feedback for their benefits.
Operator I (Former Employee) – Nisku, AB – 27 January 2018
When i worked for Weatherford the feeling i had was a professional understanding and safe feeling when i worked with the company making sure that everyone had proper training for each job. Proper safety training as well. The hardest part of the job was installing all the high pressured lines.. and maintain focus during night time making sure all the instruments were working properly. The most enjoyable thing about the job wads traveling to different parts of the country meeting new people.
Team Lead Billings Department (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 23 January 2018
The people and environment were awesome,enjoyed my job meeting deadlines was very demanding but very rewarding when achieved i would still be there if not for the economical downturn which of course lead to the layoffs, which was my case I learned how to become a good manager with respect from my staff Had great repor with the sales and field departments