Enerflex is a good company overall but if u like to be in motion all the time then is not a good company to be with but if u like to be doing one thing all day with lotz of breaks then this is ur place to be in.
great benefits, great pay safety is number one
too many breaks, if u wanna learn something they don't let u
Assembly Fitter II (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 21, 2016
Every morning we would start off with our 5 minute morning stretches. Enerflex provided coffee and multiple vending machines which made breaks a little more enjoyable. Management was very well rounded hard work would be rewarded and recognized.
if you can find something else, don't waste your time at this place. no one is safe, advancement is nonexistent, learned a lot as a millwright but there is no demand for a millwright. direct management sucks. only there to save themselves. wrong or right, they will not stand up for you. job wasnt hard. when overtime was good life was good. when it went away it wasn't
clean, 3 breaks a day, supply you with expensive tools to get the job done
I loved working there. It was a crushing blow when they moved the company to Canada. They promoted team work and pride in job performance. When someone wore an Enerflex hat around town you knew they were good at their job. Some of the best welders and fabricators in the world worked there.
Design Support (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 26, 2016
The management was really great with dealing with its employees and making sure they were treated right. Especially my drafting manager who made me feel like part of the team and was behind me and my work the whole time I worked there.
Everyone is willing to help and there is lots of room for you to learn and advance
Parts Specialist (Former Employee) – George West, TX – February 16, 2016
Open orders for customers. Create PO's for vendors. Research and order parts and services for the branch. The management team is always willing to help with problems that may arise. Training is always available for anyone that wants to learn and improve. The hardest part of the job is the fast paced atmosphere. In the oil and gas industry everything is an emergency and is needed right away. the most enjoyable part of the job is when you complete all of your personal goals that you set for yourself.
Industry is VERY volatile and can change without warning.
I enjoyed working with my fellow employees, we were all like a family. This was a great work environment at one time.
My work on a daily basis changed from day to day. One day I would be working with the Board of Directors, CEO, CFO and President then the next day I would be planning events for the manufacturing employees.
Management sometimes didn't seem to be concerned about employees
Production Planner/ Scheduler (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 26, 2015
Management share all information with employees. Close follow up on safety. close follow up on projects. My typical work day is checking your calendar early in the morning for your weekly scheduled meeting. then following up on projects, check the schedules and see if there is any changes. check your email to see any request for changes. follow with individual engineers on their projects. Follow up with supervisors on the progress of projects and inform engineers with changes and update and provide schedules. Hardest part of this job is the balance between scheduled meetings and time to update schedules
we started work at 6 every day, it started off with a saftey meeting, then we would set up for the day, we would set up a pipe in our booth and start welding it out that was pretty much an every day life at enerflex.
Enerflex offered a lot of advancement, training, and an extremely good benefit package. It had very decent pay and plenty of overtime. we had most weekends off and our personal safety was their first and foremost goal. Every day started with a safety tip or an MSDS (Material safety data sheet) topic we studied. We were trained to be very educated on all tools and chemicals on the premises. We watched out for our fellow coworkers in all duties we performed. The day normally consisted of cutting, grinding, measuring (mainly metric), squaring, reading blueprints and applying them, welding, and crane use. Precision and accuracy were mandatory. We applied daily analysis at the beginning of each shift. My coworkers became like family and we worked to achieve success as a team. There was always a radio on, and though there were some disagreements on genre, we compromised to keep everyone happy. I loved nearly every aspect of that job, but the one thing that frustrated everyone was the lack of honest communication between management and those on the floor. It was long 12 hour days of hard work but a good experience none the less.