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Difficult Environment
Fuels Foreman (Current Employee), Bagram Air FieldApril 13, 2014
Pros: the pay.
Cons: long hours and dangerous conditions.
Being a contractor in Afghanistan is difficult. Working in a war zone twelve hours a day, seven days a week, takes it's toll on anybody.
But the money is good so it tends to help get a person through the day.
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great opportunity
Fuel Distribution Systems Operator (Former Employee), AFGHANISTANApril 13, 2014
Pros: you can stay busy
Cons: away from family
A GOOD DAY'S WORK WITH EXCELLENT PAY! IF YOU DON'T MIND LONG HOURS THIS IS THE JOB FOR YOU GREAT BENEFITS THEY ALSO ENSURE THAT YOU TAKE NECESSARY VACATION TIMES AT THE RIGHT TIME. GREAT COMPANY TO WORK FOR
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good company
Journeyman Sheet Metal Worker (Former Employee), Avila Beach, CAApril 7, 2014
good company to work for. good people to work with, everyone got along. good management and co-workers.
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Employee Relations Representative (Former Employee), AfghanistanApril 5, 2014
War zone work presented excellent opportunities, further review included above.
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Generation Foreman (Former Employee), AfghanistanApril 4, 2014
• Assigning work to subordinate generator mechanics upon receiving service call's, repairing of generators and light sets'.
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Food Service Specialist (Former Employee), AfghanistanApril 3, 2014
It all really goes down to being in Afghanistan. The work was easy but with long hours. The hardest part of the job was being in Afghanistan.
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Enjoyable working environmet
Rigging Champion (Former Employee), Deepwater, NJApril 3, 2014
Excellent co-workers in a challenging work environment. Excellent safety program. Immediate supervision was great
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Rewarding and exciting employment in Afghanistan
Food Service AO Regional Supervisor (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 30, 2014
Pros: high salary
Cons: dangerous location of the world
Had the opportunity to manage people from all over the world and to provide first class food service to US and Coalition forces in Afghanistan.
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this was an very exciting experience working in Afghanistan
Area Manager Food Service (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 30, 2014
Pros: r&r every 90 days chance to come home for 21 days
Cons: 12 hour days 7 days a week
the work was very demanding working 12 hours days and 7 days a week until R&R which was every 90 days
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Very productive and Motivated Environment
Sr. Warehouseman/Administrative Specialist (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 25, 2014
Working for this company was very educational they provided computer based training for employees. As well motivated the managers to provide cross-training in different positions for employees.
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Good Place to work
Food Service Supervisor (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 24, 2014
A 12hr work day with no days off, getting ready for mooring meeting.Working with co-workers from other countries.The hardest part of the job was being away from my family for 3-4 months. The most enjoyable was know that our arm-forces was being taken care of on a daily.
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Electrical Supervisor
Electrician Lead (Former Employee), Camp Marmal, AfghanistanMarch 23, 2014
Pros: helping the military
Cons: long days
Supervised 20 Journeyman Electricians, 10 helpers and office personal. Designated work on a daily basis, maintained continuity amongst the personal, and oversaw timekeeping for proper pay and hours.

The hardest part of job was keeping everyone on the same page and working together.

Most enjoyable part of job was meeting the people and being successful – more... in the two years that no one got hurt. Safety being number one under my command. – less
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Power Generation Expert
Power Generation G. Foreman (Current Employee), AfghanistanMarch 19, 2014
Provide generator operations on base complex to include repairs, maintenance, testing, trouble shooting, and services in compliance with Department of Defense requirements;
• Supervisory experience when assuming the role of the supervisor in his absence on numerous occasions;
• Operate and maintain mechanical and electrical systems on power plant Generators – more... include Mep-5, -6, -7, -12s, also Kubota, Onan, Perkins, Olympian, Cummins and Caterpillar commercial units;
• Taught monthly power supply maintenance and troubleshooting schools to customers and field service personnel using technical manuals and electronic test equipment;
• Reads and interprets service orders, MSOW, LOTD’s for proper data entry, coding, and craft assignment ;
• Maintaining department accountability/ DOL roster, Org Charts, phone roster;
• Taking care of newly–hired persons and subcontract employees, approving and submitting their timesheets;
• Coordinating office requirements and ordering stationary supplies;
• Operating and maintaining work order service desk and work order tracking system Maximo;
• Conducting the ECOD (Estimated Cost of Damage) procedures, communicating with other departments’
personnel, performing and finishing all in the timely manner;
• Conferring with supervisors to obtain data required for planning activities, such as new commitments, status of work in progress, and problems encountered;
• Recommending measures to improve methods, performance, and quality of services, and suggests changes in working conditions to increase efficiency. – less
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Professional Company
Combination Welder (Former Employee), Beaumont, TXMarch 17, 2014
I Reinforced I-Beams for structures nearing future pipe laying. I Fitted rails for structural walk/pathways, constructed ladders and stair for access, and made tank reinforcements
I Welded reinforcement for demolition and I also Welded Gusset plates and clips.
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Fluor is not a very stable company to work for. Once you complete a project and there are no other projects available you will be released.
Senior Design Supervisor (Former Employee), Greenville, SCMarch 17, 2014
Pros: great friends and co-workers.
Cons: not very concern with employees or their welfare.
During my employment at Fluor we were requirred to read their ethics proceedure and show our loyality to the company, but in return they did not maintain their loyality to their employees. If I was a young engineer just starting I would recommend you research the other companies before I make a final choice.
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Overseas contacting...
Fuels Distribution/Heavy Truck Driver (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 16, 2014
Pros: income, travel, meeting new people...
Cons: austere conditions, war zone, away from home....
Typical work week is 7 days/12 hrs augmenting U.S military. Approximately ever 90 days you can take R&R for up to 21 days if you choose. Work conditions are in a conflict zone in austere locations. Management varies depending on location as well as co-workers. Hardest part of the job is being away from home for long periods and the occasional threats – more... in the conflict areas. Some places are worse than others. The most enjoyable part of the job is the income you earn and the opportunity to travel internationally. – less
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Good Company, Great People
Regional Operations/Engineering Manager (Former Employee), Saint Paul, MNMarch 14, 2014
On-Site team in a refinery setting was the best I've ever worked with.
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Great place to work
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee), AfghanistanMarch 13, 2014
Fluor is an outstanding company to work for. They provided excellent benefits and job advancement. I learned a lot while working for this company and hopefully I will get another opportunity to do so.
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great place to work
Water Supply Foreman (Current Employee), AfghanistanMarch 8, 2014
Pros: good pay
Fluor is a company I can grow in and advance as an employee, as well as a family/team oriented environment
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Highly structured and professional working environment
Contracts Administrator (Former Employee), London EnglandMarch 6, 2014
Global Leading professional environment

Highly structured and professional working environment

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About Fluor Corp.

From the ground up, Fluor Corporation is one of the world's largest international design, engineering, and contracting firms. – Read more