Rental Assistant (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX 78409 – July 20, 2016
I loved working at Cameron and it was a great place to learn the pros and cons about the oil field industry. Loved going out in the field learning about the equipment and it's a learning experience everyday!
Crane Operator (Current Employee) – Berwick, LA – July 10, 2016
While working for cameron I learned a lot about bops and how to build a lmrp and lower stack plus cameron does care about safety first. I would love to stay there but I need to move on because the company is slowing down.
Coordinated and proofed the technical rig books for the controls equipment. Contacted vendors for paperwork to include in our manuals. Worked with project managers to make sure we were meeting our deadlines. Then passed the work on to the production artists that worked with me and answered all questions related to these books that they may have. I learned so much during my career there especially the computer programs. My management was always great to me during my entire career. Especially in my last position with the company they never micro managed us and respected us. My co-workers over the years were all great I made many friends over the years that became like family. My last coworkers I worked with so well we had a great team we always helped each other, got all of our projects out on time and were very productive. The most enjoyable part of my job was the coordinating and assembling information for our manuals I love doing type of work.
Health and Safety Incentitives
Industry downturn and being bought by Schlumberger
Service tech (Former Employee) – Rock Springs, WY – June 23, 2016
Was a nice place to work, till production slowed. Learned all of the job basics, company changed names three times during my service. Hardest part of the job was adjusting and dealing with the inclement weather.
Customer Service Coordinator (Sales) (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – June 22, 2016
Really busy when oil and gas is booming. Learned the process on the sales side. Management is okay. Most of my co-workers I like and got along with. If customer's product didn't hit their due date I would have to explain Love satisfying my customer.
Had lunch with my customers
Had to work long hours on last day of month, no matter what day if fell on.
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Gul Circle – June 21, 2016
- A fast moving pace at work to perform multi-tasking. - Always having new projects that will help to increase knowledge and required/optional courses by the company's E-learning. - Supportive management in having new projects and ideas. - Co-workers are enjoyable and supportive team mates. - the hardest part of the job which is also the most challenging was to product significant improvements in an already very high rating performance in the 6-Sigma. - the most enjoyable part of the job was results of the multiple successful projects and the expansion of new equipment in the Plant.
Machinist (Current Employee) – Ville Platte, LA – June 6, 2016
A typical day at work was getting yourself together and work. There was always something to do.We had to make sure we were working in a safe environment. It wasn't to much talking because everybody was working hard to get the job done.
Field Service Tech/ Surface Sales Mgmt Trainee (Former Employee) – Pearsall, TX – May 16, 2016
On-site installation, testing, troubleshooting and repairing: casing heads, tubing spools, frac valves, back pressure valves, two way checks, and other surface systems of oil and gas flow control equipment.
Provided technical support to customers and advised on repair, replacement options and costs of standard products. Served customers and the sales man on critical issues such as altering factory equipment to fit their specific application.
Through Cameron worked a three-month project for SM Energy gathering all schematics of production tree and tending to maintenance needs, including changing out wing valves or chokes.
Quality Inspector at Cameron (Former Employee) – Vicksburg, MS – May 16, 2016
Production was very successful. Quality control was very strict, and me as an inspector, I was very strict as well. I learned about different types of welds and how to inspect them in different ways. Management was fairly okay. The hardest part of my job was shooting a laser tracker device to make accurate measurements on racks built to jack up oil rigs. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning how to use this machine to get my measurements.
Maintenance Welder (Former Employee) – Vicksburg, MS – May 9, 2016
Great company to work for the only reason for not working there is they are closing in my area and moving out of the country. Would have worked with them until I had to retire but not available to me. Good work hours with overtime but not required to work to much. Had sick day pay and good vacation pay along with holiday pay.
Vacation pay, holiday pay, and 5days sick pay per year.