Sr. Land Technician (Current Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – March 5, 2018
Noble has been a very good employer to me. Management has recognized, appreciated and rewarded my contributions to the company. The hardest part of the job was dealing with mass layoffs when the turn in gas prices occurred. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to move within departments and learn other skillsets.
Fantastic fitness center and cafeteria, helping employees manage their health
The group I was assigned to work in was extremely hostile, I was put in an office on a empty hallway with no communication with mu supervisor or coworkers, the first day I started the youngest least experience call me stupid where everyone was able to hear her and it was repeated to me several times.
When I asked for the information to validate the items I was recording in the system I was told to review my input against the schedule I was given to input - the person who was creating the schedule did not have an accounting background and she duplicated items on the schedule - which I was unfairly blamed for.
Credit Card Program Administrator (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 7, 2017
I love this place for the simple fact that everyone gets alone and get our job done. I enjoy working with employees that love to help each other as we make sure that all of our customers are satisfied.
Lease Operator II (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – November 19, 2017
Maintain production on a daily route of wells and facilities of different application. Stay self motivated. Work in year round conditions. Management is open to input. Safety culture is growing. Enjoying working alone or in small groups to accomplish tasks. Some days are overwhelming with added last minute work but manageable.
Management (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 10, 2017
Mangement is weak and unskilled. The primary driver for the organization is image, which is obviously failing, not quality or sustainability. Resigned after 3 years. The Worst HR department I have ever been exposed to.
Compensation industry standard
Run by contractors, cut throat, deep managerial issues that need attention/removal
Anaylst (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 4, 2017
Management is very terrible here and the chance for advancement is slim to none unless you interact directly with the business and the shot callers. Everyone else is forgotten no matter how hard you work.
GEOLOGIST ADVISOR (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 5, 2017
I was very happy to work for Noble and was very well treated. I had lots of opportunity for company paid training, in the classroom and in the field. I was well compensated and felt that I was a valuable employee.
Great pay, socially and environmentally responsible company.
Regulatory Analyst II (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 28, 2017
Things hinge on adapting to market, political, and technical changes. Change happens fast. You stay informed, stay ahead, and keep moving. You will learn a lot. You will work hard. People will move positions and will have to adapt to new people with different perspectives in charge.
Community involvement, management is truly open door and committed to being best in class
There is a lot of change and it is not always communicated clearly.
Land Negotiator (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – August 24, 2017
If your a Bro, or you can frat guy you should fit in great. If you like to degrade woman, talk derogatory about any race that isn't white, chew tobacco and drink beer you will fit in great with the Noble culture.
Noble is changing to focus to onshore operations and the recent purchase of Clayton Williams gives them prime acreage in The Delaware Basin. In addition they have started a Midstream Group which will give them additional marketing opportunities.