Senior Executive IT support (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 4, 2016
The new corporate headquarters in Charlotte is investing heavily in the future by investing in leading edge technology, creating a challenging environment with growth potential and learning opportunity.
Analytical Lab Technician (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – March 10, 2016
My reason for wanting to leave is strictly due to my manager and my lack of advancement I think the benefits like vacation time and maternity/paternity leave are great as well as 401K match, sick time and health insurance could be better. I love the 9-80 schedule
Great mix of computer work and field work learned teamwork skills and valve interactions Great leaders in management Co-workers were very helpful and knowledgeable Hardest task was cutting cost in designs Lots of hands on experience
Summer Intern (Former Employee) – Magnolia, AR – November 8, 2015
A typical day started with a safety meeting with operators and engineering. Then moved to working on process modeling and system design. The management and operations was very helpful when it came to answering my questions and helping me with my projects. The hardest part of my position the step learning curve that comes with learning a new modeling program. The most enjoyable part was going out into the field to troubleshoot process issues.
PROCESS OPERATOR/ ERT (Current Employee) – Pasadena, TX – October 27, 2015
Albemarle has given me a great opportunity to acquire the experience in Chemical Plant Operations that I desire. This is the field that I want to stay with and retire from and I feel that Albemarle gives me a wide variety of Operations including batch process, continuous flow and distillation.
I visit with contractors on site, auditing their work processes and techniques, providing coaching when necessary to ensure that they are working in the safest manner, not with a false sense of security.
Sr Specialist (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge – September 29, 2015
Lots of change with purchase of a new company. Experienced people have all been pushed out. Not sure of the direction of the organization. A major bet being placed on electric vehicles. If this bet fails so will the company
some great and experience people to learn from
management that only rewards people they like, a culture that punishes risk taking
Typical day at work, since I been on third shift, it is quiet and calm. What I learned from my job is patience in dealing with all types of cultures and people. Management is alright and accurate. My co-workers are amazing and hard working women. The hardest part of the job is working third shift when you have a day ahead of you or an appointment the next morning. The most enjoyable is interacting with others and learning from them as well.
Analytical Chemist II (Current Employee) – houston,tx – November 24, 2013
Typical day- Continuously run a unit and maintain a high level of sample output Learned-Lean,5s,Leco,GC,FCC Managment- Excellent Co-workers- Excellent Hardest part of the job is maintain sample output while doing other side projects The most enjoyable part of the job is that work stays at work.