The division that I worked in was severely under staffed and had very limited, if non-existent resources. This was an issue prior to the downturn in O&G and was compounded further by the drop-in oil prices. It is possible to be successful at the company but you must be a self-motivator, can hit the ground running, and expect zero resources or direction from upper management.
Hard work will pay off.
Due to limited resources you will be required to work excessive hours to be successful.
This place was very unorganized and changed my direct management 8 times in 3 years .. and the location management at least 5 times.. It is very difficult to stay motivated and excited with promises that are never kept..
A.B & Mate (Former Employee) – Harvey, LA 70058 – July 8, 2016
Good pay, Good training and duties were much the same as any lift boat. Chipping painting. General maintenance of equipment. Oil changes on 5 engines. Standing watches while underway, checking of engine rooms frequently.
Free food, good selection
Boat tranfers and taking on water could have been handled better
Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) – Rosharon, TX – January 22, 2016
As with Superior Energy - Superior Pressure Control is the sister company. I loved this job as well. Very laid back, No stress, got to wear jeans. I had no complaints with this position either. Hardest part was the company shutting down. When we shut down I cried for 2 months. I enjoyed my job and what I did.
Provided opportunity to design and deliver a corporate HR function for a decentralized operating business model.
Vice President of Human Resources (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – November 1, 2015
Very rewarding experience including exposure to a wide variety of business subsidiaries and international operations. The rapid company growth through acquisitions provided ongoing opportunities to demonstrate and grow all of the key HR behavioral competencies from leadership to global & cultural effectiveness.
The most demanding job experience outside of the military.
Coil Tubing Heavy Mobile Equipment Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) – Dickinson, ND – October 26, 2015
When its busy, your busy, The most hours I have ever worked in a two week period was at this job, 227 hours in a 2 week pay period. Extreme adverse weather conditions range from 115 degrees to minus 65 degrees. Not for the faint of heart. But I loved it.
Human Resource Assistant (Former Employee) – Harvey, LA – July 27, 2015
A wonderful company that believes in their employees and was always willing to help and make your dreams come true. Very professional and safety orientated. Will train and teach you everything you need to know.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 8, 2015
Work in the beginning was fun until all the division did a re-org of all the management. The staff that was there before all the new management came in were treated like they were the enemy. The hardest part of the job was working with all the changes of the new management to only go back to doing things the old way. There was no room for growth, but the overall the co-workers I had were pleasant and made it easier to come to work.
Team Building Breakfast Every Friday
Work Hours were hard once new management changed our schedules to a non-traditional schedule
IT Procurement Coordinator (Current Employee) – Harvey, LA – June 30, 2015
Superior has always been an interesting and motivational place to work, the growth of Superior as a company has been an uphill process where exceeding it's potential is always a good thing. It was never dull or boring, new challenges and great people to mentor and guide you in your career.