PROJECT MANAGER - Assigned to NuStar (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 25, 2017
ITC is very supportive of its seconded employees. Negotiating pay increases, insuring you have all the tools you need not being supplie by the owner. I would definitely go back with them for the right position.
Lead Scheduler (Former Employee) – Freeport, TX – November 6, 2017
Poor Benefits, Poor Salary, No interaction with employees. Just job placement. I do not want to write reviews for each comp[any and if I do have too, I will pull my resume from indeed and go some place else. Thanks.
Very challenging with the old equipment at the refinery. Working for ITC is great, since I get time and a half for all time over 8 hours a day. The people I deal with are very helpful. ITC will look for additional work for me when my time at the refinery comes to an end.
I went to a 8 month job for them where the client didn't really know English. So I didn't really get to communicate with these guys. I would wish I could have communicated with them so I could have gotten to know them. But other than that they put me to work quick.
Track Administrator (Former Employee) – Deer Park, TX – March 26, 2014
Track Administrator- set up agreements for each contractors- Skills, rates for all skills, add schedule to all new employees which was around two thousands and a dozen or so contractors. Process all exception and skill or schedule request for contractors. I worked this position alone so I had only the client as my co-workers and I worked very well with them all. If I had some down time I would help out my co-workers with putting in requisition request for material into SAP. The hardest part of this job was having enough time to complete each request in a timely manner at the peck of the turnaround. I did manage to do it all in a timely manner. The most enjoyable part of my job was when everyone was impressed with what I was capable of doing alone. Great experiences on this job.