One of the better jobs I've had
Final Documentation Specialist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 22, 2016
This is a temporary contract employ, so there is little to no room for benefits or professional growth. Everyone is separated into cubicles, the supervisor supplies a list of parts to take documentation and if there are certificates, a data book, or all matter of test results, we make into a record book which we give to the customers insuring that the part meets with international and domestic regulations.
There are multiple levels of Management within the company, and all are incredible individuals with a wealth of knowledge, and are not afraid to share to share it.
My coworkers were, in summary, are some of the most amicable and helpful team players that you'd ever wish to meet
Bad things: I had been transferred to different locations throughout my career here, and it was usually when I was on the verge of being absorbed into the company...
Good things: I now have a reasonable bit of knowledge about the oil industry in general, both offshore and land, and met with some of the key players in the business.