Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Houston – July 5, 2016
Dog eat dog environment, where popularity is rewarded over talent. It teaches you to have a thick skin and teaches you not to trust people. Some of the things I saw were both illegal and immoral. I worked like a dog and was not acknowledged or appreciated. I wouldn't recommend it even to someone I dislike.
Power Systems Engineer/Project Manager (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – January 18, 2016
• NEBS Level 1 compliance engineering project lead driving company aspirations and market visibility • Experienced project managing large, enterprise-wide product development projects involving cross-functional teams in business, operations, and technical domains to increase customer satisfaction. • Proven track record of successfully delivering multiple projects simultaneously resulting in consistent on time delivery • Lead for Engineering and Business functions on projects across various facilities to increase team coordination
Human Resource and Benefits Administrator- Oil (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 10, 2014
Typical day would be to answer numerous calls and emails with regards to employees benefits. This could be questions as well as the enrollment and termination procedures. Constant communication between each benefit carrier representative. Meeting face to face with employees and contractors to assist with all aspects of benefits. Writing and sending out offer letters and contracts to new employees all over the US.
As a cuttthroat oil and gas recruiting agency, NES is a fantastic place to build a career. To be successful, a great deal of personal emotional and time investment will be required. I would often need to stay until 6 or 7pm, and get into the office at 6am. Everyone is very competent and kind, and willing to lend their valuable time to assist a new employee. It's the kind of job where you never wonder how such-and-such person is still working there, or dread talking to someone. Everyone is extremely good at their job and a joy to deal with. Good money can be made in this company for those willing to dedicate themselves wholly to the job.
Half days on friday, commission + competitive base.
Long long workdays, expectation to be staying late and working from home
Sr. Project OE/HES Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 16, 2014
Long days at work as the project required Great team building working with Chevron Mining PRC Immediate management was spectacular Best co-workers since my military career The hardest part of the job was being away from home THe most enjoyable part of the job was the team effort and attitude
The company originally begin in the U.K., but has been become a major factor regarding solutions and recruitment in the global oil and gas arena. NES has expanded into 24 different countries. Having the ability to converse with many different people from every culture and walk of life makes the job quite enjoyable. My coworkers are a fun-loving group but definitely make business a priority (that is the only way we have remained top of the class). A typical day for me consists of running invoices and maintaining a successful relationship with our clients regarding those invoices; meaning handle any issues that may arise. I also verify payments and maintain balance spreadsheets.
Junior Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 12, 2012
My typical day at work starts with my tea and emails which directs my duties for the day. I usually go over our "to do" list and prioritize any projects or urgent matters that need to be solved first thing. I follow up on any development samples and check on all the orders that are due to ship or upcoming for the week. Perhaps the most enjoyable part of my job is when I go to macy's, pagoda or zales and see all our hard work paid off in sales!
Electrical Commissioning Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Ingleside, TX – May 15, 2015
Commissioned and filed paper work on all electrical/instrumentation operations of the Mad Dog oil rig. Worked side by side with vendors to ensure proper operations of their equipment. Made sure all electrical and instrumentation worked properly, before shipping offshore.
HSE Onshore-Offshore Site Lead (Former Employee) – Gulf of Mexico – March 17, 2014
Good people, excellent contractor
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