Growth based company with high turnover in Manangement
Vice President (Former Employee), California – September 23, 2014
Pros: strong technical staff
Cons: rapidly changing management, leadership and ethos
WorelyParsons is a growth based Energy and Infrastructure Company. While the fundamental principles of the company were consistent 2001 through 2013, recent management changes have created a less defined less, palpable culture. The company employees some of the best technical experts, human resource leaders and project managers I have had the pleasure – more... of working with. I wish them the best of luck in the future. – less
Senior Principal Structural Designer (Former Employee), Houston, TX – August 15, 2014
WorleyParsons is a good company to work for. Flexible work hours, learned a lot about MDS. Management is typical for a large company. Co-workers were knowledgeable for the most part. The hardest part of the job was the long hours. Most enjoyable part of the job was the feeling of a good job well done.
Sr. Marine/Maritime Engineer (Current Employee), Somerset – August 14, 2014
Marine and Civil Engineer with 12 years of experience in maritime civil engineering field which involves design, planning and construction of port facilities including jetties, wharves, berthing and mooring facilities with excellent background in coastal structures. Considerable experience in all aspects of the marine project life cycle which involves – more... site assessment surveys, pre-investigation studies, technical feasibility studies, planning & control of design phase, project management of engineering/consultancy services, preparation of technical specifications, preparation of bill of quantities, tender evaluation and selection process of contractors. Skill in coordinating with Client, EPC contractor and interdisciplinary engineers for marine project facilities. Involved in many marine projects in countries like India, UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Singapore, and Indonesia. Member of institute of Engineers, Singapore and Graduate member of institute of civil engineers (ICE), UK. – less
Designer I-II, Electrical (Current Employee), Arcadia, CA – July 23, 2014
Pros: opportunity to learn and grow
Cons: 36mile drive from my home
On a typical work day I would start the day by checking to see if the coffee pots are clean. I would clean the pots and then start a pot of coffee. I check to see if I have any new emails and if I have gotten back comments and redlines back from the Beijing office I review to make sure the markups are acceptable. If I feel they are or are not I finish – more... off whatever I feel necessary. I then start on new markups and collaborate with other disciplines if there are any new changes. I change Electrical drawings to be consistent with other disciplines and then send new markups and comments to Beijing.
At WorleyParsons they trusted me with a lot of responsibilities. The company gave me a great opportunity to learn and grow as a designer. They surrounded me with a lot of experienced designers and engineers that answered my questions and helped guide me into a successful and hard working designer.
The most enjoyable part of the job was when I was given the opportunity to do a site survey trip up to Milne Point, AK. It was a great experience and the experienced engineer I went with was very helpful and mentored me on what to do. – less
Facilities Technician (Former Employee), Bellaire, TX – July 10, 2014
Pros: off on fridays, 11 miles from home.
Cons: 10 hour days
relocated personnel from one office to another,in house or out.Make ready offices for new hires,check light for burn out bulbs for replacement.Maintained floor plans,personnel and clients count also, maintained key inventory/provided keys as needed.Disassembled and reassembled Haworth cubicles.I had great managers and co-workers.There wasn't anything – more... hard,hard is when the weather is very cold or very hot.Loading and unloading truck took about one hour or 30 minutes. – less
Electrical & Instrumentation Designer (Former Employee), Arcadia, CA – May 27, 2014
You are definitely a number working for WorleyParsons. There are tons of pros and cons working for a company this size. The main pro is that you will be just considered another number in the grand scheme of things and will probably not be scrutinized for every task you undertake.
Senior Static Equipment Engineer/Project Engineer (Current Employee), Egypt, AR – April 7, 2014
I learned how can i develop the Equipment Specifications and Data sheet per each Static Equipment.issue material requisitions, evaluate offers, and issue technical evaluation reports.Supervise the manufacturing process and perform the Inspection & Testing activities of purchased mechanical equipment, including: Pumps, Pressure Equipment, Heat Transfer – more... Equipment, Piping bulk, valves, blowers, flares, firefighting equipment, local control panels and complete packaged skids – less
PROJECT COORDINATOR/ANALYST (Current Employee), Houston, TX – April 1, 2014
Involved mostly in project coordination. Support procurement team in the preparation of contractual documents. Supervise work in accordance with the approved schedule and client’s requirements. Manage project personnel responsible for implementation of the project tasks. Prepare statistical reports, workflow records documentation and time records. Contribute – more... to the development of overall project schedule. Proactively resolve performance, scope and schedule issues with the client as they arise. Monitor oil and gas market, prepared weekly, monthly analytical reports on market fundamentals and main price drivers. – less