Account manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – June 15, 2015
BASF has serious problems and doesn’t have serious people to solve them. BASF is very slow to response and ignore the negative feedback from their clients. BASF has not adaptive to the way Americans do business. BASF lacks good communication between business units and between departments (supply chain, marketing, product management, inventory, sales, and customer care). Overloaded with management and management teams make the decisions. Employees of BASF are not willing to take the responsibility to find answers to questions.
Great team player love working in a safe clean enviornment fast learner
Lab Tech (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – June 11, 2015
experience in giving out 100% great quality. A hard worker, trained in safety able to supervise 20 people and more. What you make hard becomes a reality of being hard so there is nothing to hard just a lot of effort.
Worked very hard there for two years, did not miss a day , Except for vacation. Did everything they ask me to do as a senior electrician even took master exam. to advance but instead they hired a younger person ? Than one day I got hert and the supervisor , act like he new nothing at the end ? No management responsibility's Lies and hide reports , did not make what they said I would eather unless you are management.
just the real people you have to work with
They dont tell you the hole job you have to vigure it out ?
A highly experienced professional who effectively combines strong technical, problem-solving and planning capabilities to successfully deliver project
Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – May 20, 2015
The company was doing great until they started getting their monthly depreciation bill. Also oil suppliers cut sweet crude prices to almost sour crude prices which changed the pay out on a 3.5 billion dollar expansion toinstall a new de-cooker to handle the cheap sour crude.
Machine Operator III (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 10, 2015
A typical day of work consist of you basically doing your job. There were a lot of times the line would jam up and no supervision could be found. So the hardest part of the job was keeping the line from jamming up with parts when there were issues with the line. The most enjoyable part of the job was the team members. It made the night go faster. I
Program Director (Former Employee) – Lorain, OH – May 4, 2015
worked a program for after school children grades K-12. Developed this program which was funded by the Gund Development Corp. My typical day consisted of interacting with the children supervising their homework and helping with after school activities. I learned how to manage children at different ages under one roof. I worked well with the other workers who accepted my rules and regulations from the funding agency The hardest part of the job was coming up with plans to satisfy the children according to their age groups. The most enjoyable part was working with the children and seeing the joy on their faces.
Free lunches for the kids - grant money to afford trips and other activities
Supply Chain Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – April 18, 2015
I have become very experienced in the automotive supply chain at BASF. I'm responsible for all incoming and outgoing material while maintaining inventory metrics. It's a very challenging job that I enjoy. There is something new everyday that occurs which must be addressed and solved in order to prevent any disruptions in the automotive supply chain.
Chemical Process Operator (Former Employee) – Newport, DE – April 17, 2015
The most important thing that BASF has tough me in my career is that nothing is more important than safety. From the very beginning they showed me why safety comes first which has allowed me not only to bring safety to work but also allow me to use it at home with my family. My job duties there where to follow daily batch card report and follow/adjust product blending as needed per batch. Use of a chemical industrial lab help aid in the testing of the batches. It is a team orientated work environment, witch helped you get along and improve your skills and knowledge.
competitive pay and benefits. constant training and improvment
At BASF, we value the differences in our workforce as they are key to the success of our business and to the achievement of our status as “partner of choice.” Building an inclusive environment that encompasses diversity of gender, race, experience and points of view is paramount not only to our future success, but to our ability to attract and retain the best people.
Quality Control Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Pasadena, TX – April 4, 2015
Safety is top priority here. They are always updating safety programs to ensure safety for all employees. Company has good benefits and is global which makes it easy to transfer to different sites. Another good thing is they are willing to help employees move up in status and work on goals to help strengthen the employees to move up to better jobs, either in the company or just in the workplace.