Purchasing specialist (Former Employee) – Brenham t – March 17, 2017
I loved working for exterran. I got to learn something new everyday and work with an extrodinary group of people. The vendors was an awesome experience. The hands on experience was great.. working with parts, the people and computer systems.
Offshore Service Technician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 12, 2017
exterran, now archrock seems to be a bit of a revolving door company. theres a constant influx of people coming and going. management was lacking when I was there, and there was no concern for work life balance.
Typically I worked on the dock and in the office for incoming freight. I learned how to maintain the electronic receiving program as well as how to do inventory and create a more effective process. Management needed more training on communication. Co-workers were generally fun to work with. The hardest part of the job was working in the weather. The most enjoyable was working with my co-workers and customers to create a team atmosphere.
Great place to work, owner is a fantastic guy! Did not get much training on trucks or equipment from direct boss, but my other co-workers taught me a lot, and could always go to them with problems. Sadly the oilfield slow down caused a lot of people there to get laid off including me.
Exterran was a great company to work for until the spinoff of Archrock. New management was lacking in transparency and the culture went from being happy to severely depressed. Corporate politics have minimized the ability to progress within the company.
Applications Engineer Career (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 8, 2016
Dedicated energy professional with over 35 years of experience in various multidisciplinary roles from shop, field, and office environments. Collaborative problem solver who uses process improvement and cost analysis to increase revenue and meet customer’s requirements and needs. Is a team-based individual invested towards completing tasks in a timely manner.