Great to work if your looking to try and set yourself up for success
Adam Dittman -Remote Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – September 9, 2017
If management at the camps was able to be more involved and to listen to their workers it would be a better place to work. Some of the things that can't be over looked is when you have a heavy amount of double standards or hypocritical behavior (like having job duties that are not universal in terms of standards or expectations.) Then again, my person experiences are different than others.
You can be able to set goals and achieve them there, they do care about their safety culture a lot and really go out of their way to make sure workers stay safe on the job. You have great job security, you get to meet all kinds of people from around the country and sometimes the globe and really learn a lot from other people's life experiences. You travel to go to work, that is always cool. You are able to learn a different variety of skills depending on who and where you work with/for.
For any one person that knows how to put your nose to the grindstone in life, this will be no challenge for them. Regardless of experience.
Most people that that you meet, work for or work with are generally good.
Higher end Management in the Company is Excellent.
Management at Remote Camps should be inspected/regulated more. When middle management is not present, things seem to get shaky.
I personally would have loved to stay if some things would have been different.
Work half the year with all benifits. Feel important, safe
conflicting Job duties/standards/expectations IF dealing with Remote management.