AP Clerk (Former Employee) – Ratliff City, OK – July 18, 2013
Typical work day was busy. The co workers and management were wonderful to work for. The hardest part of my job was payroll, calling the employees when they did not turn time in and trying to collect it. I learned a lot at Flint. I learned how to do accounts payable, payroll, learned more about the oil service field. I enjoyed going to work everyday. I loved working there, did not want to leave but we moved out of state.
Lead Safety @ Kinder/Morgan Project (BP Splitter) (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 14, 2015
My short time with URS Flint was not at all the greatest time on this particular site at Galena Park, Texas. URS as it's own self is a great company! But the Flint side of it is totally unprofessional.
Supply Analyst (Former Employee) – Pruhdoe Bay, Alaska – March 1, 2015
Note: This was a oil construction contract job in a remote location. Worked in a isolated area for 4 weeks, then received 2 weeks off. Worked long hours in a very stressful environment. Compensation was above the industry average.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Galena Park, TX – November 28, 2014
i learned a lot on that job because it was on first tank farm i had build with flint .. the safety there was good and they had a lot of info to open yours eyes up on when it came to do your task safe ..
Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – meg energy – April 6, 2014
Lead Hand for heat trace crew of thirteen (13) employees Read and interpret blueprints, drawings, schematics and electrical code Assist and coordinate crew activities and tasks Monitoring crew member effectiveness, work habits and skill levels, working with them to encourage success Conduct crew meetings Ensure site specifications and procedures are followed Troubleshoot and conduct walk-downs heat trace systems
pipe fitter (Former Employee) – meg energy – March 8, 2014
You listen to the safety you think its real but when you speak up you better watch out, they pay you to listen to the speeches' but that's as far as it ever goes . You don't need experience you just have to show them you suck cock and say yes to all things. I have many years experience and this is by far a bad company ! you are treated as a number .Management is all over the place lots of lies , cons , no professional's here. workers look depress and shut down.
Parts Runner (Former Employee) – Odessa, TX – July 29, 2013
pick up and deliver tools and equipment to shop or field. what I learned was how to field remote location using a man made map . management was the best. co-workers were great everybody loved me. finding remote locations. most enjoyable was being out delivering and picking up product
Truck Driver in the Oilfield Hauling division (Former Employee) – Alberta – December 9, 2012
The overall morale of the workers with positions out in the Field is absoulutely in the toilet! Safety department Bullies and Intimidates its workers with policies and huge amounts of mandatory paper work. Lack of communication and failure to follow consistent practices does little for encouraging a safe enviroment. There is little respect and many unethical activities occuring towards Field Workers! Don't waste your time applying to work at URS Flint! Unless you work in the office, you will not be happy!
easy to get time off.
low morale, disorganized, favortisim, unethical treatment and intimidation tactics used by the safety department.