The management truly cared about its employees. The unstable nature of their continued operations in the US was the hardest thing to deal with. The best part of the job was being around other driven professionals.
Hostile work environment which causes anxiety among many team members. Certain 'fraternities' have self serving interests and are not responsive to escalation for project needs and support as needed. Employees are micro-managed and made to feel as though they must adhere to policies that are not outlined in the employee handbook. Ever-changing and dysfunctional.
Highly motivated team player with managerial and supervisory experience within various disciplines such as Drilling, Logistics, Marine and Project Operations in various high profile multinational projects
Competent with liaising with all levels of management, project teams and workforce to ensure that all tasks and daily work schedules are conducted in a safe and cost effective manner and to ensure that all dead line’s where applicable are met within the contract time frame and in line with companies best practice procedures.
Experienced in all forms of drilling, project and construction operations, warehouse management, supply base logistics, inventory management and purchasing procedures for all types of project operations in respect to the procurement, expediting, logistics and shipping of all forms of materials and equipment for delivery to base and site project locations wither it is within the UK, Overseas or Remote locations
The site I had work with Petrofac was hostile zone Kurdistan, very secure in the Erbil,Dohor.
Chief Electrician (Former Employee) – Kurdistan ME – August 27, 2015
So many diferents nationalities and cultures you work with it, some of them are very good workers and easy going, we have a lot trouble with the electrical issues, but always the company support us, they have good supervisors.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – March 3, 2014
When I get in to work, everyone is very nice and heplful. Ive learned the businedd side of the oilfield industry which has no limitations. Management is great within petrofac, they listen to you and stay true to their word. My co-workers are humble and great team players. The hardest part is crossing a path unknown, how to address it and its prescribed conditions. The most enjoyable part is the satisfaction I recieve from the clients.
It was wonder full company and we learn more advanced technical knowledge
Safety Officer (Current Employee) – kuwait – October 4, 2013
To implement Organization HSE policy and HSE Plan. Ensuring project operations are carried out with “ZERO” Lost Work Case record and property damage. Identifying and assessment of potential hazards by adopting Risk assessment techniques and establishing control measures.
Maintaining and updating Rig evacuation plans, procedures and measures, Inspect Fire Fighting equipments and verification of validity, Arrange for refilling and maintenance if needed. Execution/Reviewing/monitoring of required HSE inspection for rigs and camps reporting findings to the Rig manager, Inspect the job location and monitor critical activities for safety compliance. To check appropriate PPE’s are used for the location of the work to maintain a Safe and Accident free Practice.
Business Development (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 16, 2015
It is an excellent organization. Learned a lot about the Oil and Gas industry and all the safety majors and how to work on long term projects. Relatively relaxed environment, compared to other companies in the industry. Work hours may be somewhat flexible, depending on projects and deadlines.
Risk Assessment Facilitator / Safety Auditor / COW (Current Employee) – Prudhoe Bay, AK – October 20, 2014
I report directly to a Bp supervisor. I have had the oppurtunity to work in the Gulf of Mexico, Wyoming, East Texas, and now Prudhoe Bay Alaska. Co-workers on the slope are a great bunch of guys. The hardest part about this position is being away from home for two weeks.