Janitor (Current Employee) – Claremont, CA – June 16, 2015
A day at work is simple, I only work for 2 hours and all I do is keep offices nice and clean for the employers. My duties are the kitchen, taking out trash, dusting, wiping coffee marks on the desks, wipe down the microwave and vacuuming.
A very steep learning curve is what a fresher would expect. Company hires a lot of interns and sometime retains the good ones. You can expect to grow with the company. Lot of opportunities to go offshore and develop leadership skills. With the job comes a great compensation package, involvement of the employees in various activities, great job culture and facilities like on-site gym, zumba, kickboxing classes etc.
Automated Systems Manager, Subsea Business Unit (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 16, 2015
• Develop new technology as it relates to GMA welding techniques for Subsurface pipe unions on S-Lay type or spool type installations. Technology has been developed for automated systems with minimal welding personnel.
Good place to work in that have flexible work culture with improving your skills
Web Developer Intern (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 6, 2015
Purchasing Specialist - Diving / Facility Ops (Former Employee) – Sulphur, LA – March 3, 2015
This was a good place to work...I was able to work independently and get to know a lot of good people. I have learned a lot about the offshore industry and diving project jobs that were associated with the oil and gas customers.
Technip is a large EPC company in Houston, TX. They are very committed to their employees and offer fair compensation. Mentorship programs are in place; however, they can sometimes jump to conclusions when evaluating their talent. This can put entry level employees in an awkward place that may have a negative effect on them for years. It is important to sit down and understand where each employees talents and where they see themselves going with their life.
Fifteen years and multiple positions make it difficult to review in this context. I worked anywhere from a direct report to the original CFO to IT implementations overseas, to working as a Sr Cost Analyst.
Sr. Instrument Designer (Former Employee) – Claremont, CA – January 29, 2015
Very Productive and knowledgeable instrument group. Employees are easy and fun to work with. This company is just a little far from my place and quite heavy traffic in the freeway. Final though I will still work for this company when they get enough job.
Senior Designer (Former Employee) – Energy Corridor, Houston, Tx. – January 12, 2015
Technip is a one stop shop for oil and gas industry so there are many opportunities for different kinds of work. There is someone at Technip from every facet of the industry so all your help comes from within. Lots of opportunity to learn and for advancement.
work environment, benefits, work schedule, lots of opportunity for advancement