Senior Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee), Brazil – November 26, 2013
I'm a mechanical engineer, I work both in the areas of construction and assembly as project development (basic projects and executive projects). I have over 10 years working in petrochemical companies (Braskem / Dow Chemical, Bayer etc ...) and companies in the oil and gas (Petrobras) sector.
Client Services Representative (Former Employee), Fields, IN – October 30, 2015
Pros: I WAS ABLE TO CREATE.
Cons: THE GOVERNMENT IS THE MAJORITY OWNER OF PETROBRAS
DURING MY PROFESSIONAL LIFE I CONTRIBUTED TO THE GROWTH OF PETROBRAS. I STARTED IN THE COMPANY WHEN I WAS 22 YEARS OLD AND ALONG MY CAREER l HAVE AGGREGATED VALUE IN SEVERAL OFFSHORE PROJECTS. I AM ONE OF THE CREATORS OF THE DICAS (DIFFERENCIATED COMPLIANCE ANCHORING SYSTEM). I'M PROUD OF THE NETWORK THAT I'VE BUILT IN AND OUT OF PETROBRAS.
Strategic Supply Planner / Inventory Control (Former Employee), Houston,TX – September 15, 2015
Very open enviroment and flexiable hours. Work load can be heavy at times, but managable. Managers never micro-managed, yet let you work independently. Oil and gas is a great field when gas is oming however, be prepared for set backs when gas prices fall.
Project Planner and Cost Control Specialist (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 7, 2015
Pros: Christmas Bonus
Cons: Laid Off
Technical Services would gather with Managers and Engineers to discuss what we would need to be productive. Each person was given time to express what they thought. This showed employees we were valued.