Multi-Craft Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – New Iberia, LA – November 21, 2016
Management listens to all advise, ideas, & suggestions and will act upon them if reasonable. Hard work & long hours at times but management will let you know they appreciate it. I learned much since I started working here and applied myself to rapidly rise to top paid for my position. Great co-workers who will take time to help you in any way. The hardest part of the job for me is the rotating shift days/nights. Most enjoyable part is solving difficult problems.
Multicraft Maintenance/Plant Operator (Current Employee) – New Iberia, LA – May 1, 2016
Always striving to be the global leader in ceramic proppants, providing a safe work environment with a 13 year no lost time record, developing new products and processes to obtain new patents in order to create job security, always challenging and exciting.
Great benefits and compensation
Dependant on oil prices as Carbo sells to the fracking and workover companies
Production Manager (Current Employee) – Millen, GA – February 19, 2016
Typical day at work consists of communication with direct reports on Safety, Quality and Production needs. Safety is the number one goal. I have learned that in order to have a safe work environment you have to train your personnel constantly on safe work habits. Utilize all plant personnel to make process improvements that allows us to mass produce a quality product in a safe manner to provide to our customers.
Oil Field Manufacturing (Former Employee) – New Iberia, LA – January 2, 2016
This is by far the best job I ever had. It didn't feel like I was going to work because I completely enjoyed what I was doing. I wish the changes they made wouldn't have affected me so much, but hey that's life I guess.
Awesome place to work with good benefits and pay, also great work family.
Quality Control Technician (Current Employee) – Millen, GA – October 23, 2015
A average day at Carbo Ceramics has a very laid back atmosphere, while still being productive. During a typical day at work I complete numerous tests in the lab to ensure that our product meets our expectations. I have learned a lot about industrial operation methods while working for Carbo. My co- workers are for the most part very well rounded individuals. The most enjoyable part of my job is working hard everyday to learn something new that could build my knowledge.
Facility Operator (Former Employee) – San Antonio Tx – August 25, 2015
family friendly work schedule, great benefits, profit sharing, and cross training for any position on the plant. wonderful learning experience with plenty of opportunities to better your self within the company
unbeatable benefits, great upper management and HR department
costumer base is limited the plant is outdated and needs a lot of repairs
Organized and safety-minded Multicraft Maintenance Specialist
Multicraft Maintenance Specialist (Former Employee) – McIntyre, GA – March 29, 2015
Routine preventive maintenance. Safety is the up-most importance Great management team. Working together as a team with highly skilled employees. Walking up and down stairs. Working with a positive group of people.