Operator (Former Employee) – Texas – February 21, 2019
When I started it was a great place to work then lay offs cane offered transfers to some and not to others. They have job postings online when applied they deny you. All about management never about the hard working employees
Crew Worker (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – February 15, 2019
You are gone a lot but you get perdiem and the pay for housing. You get on the job training. If you are on a rig you will get overtime. Only thing bad was some of the management are not motivated and i thought that was a problem.
Safety Specialist (Current Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – February 3, 2019
Great place to develop and grow. C&J cares for their employees and promotes a safe work environment for all. If you are a hard worker and willing to learn and apply yourself, you will do well and succeed as opportunities arise.
Everything (Former Employee) – Everywhere – January 19, 2019
This company is very poorly managed and does not care at all about their employees. If you get injured on the job they will try to fire you before they get hit with a recordable incident. The individuals at the corporate level are extremely shady.
Frac Field Engineer I (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – November 17, 2018
A typical day at work consisted in being at well site at 5:30 for a safety meeting no matter how far location was from you apt. this sometimes meant driving upward of 4 hours to and from location. Management is not to great.
Productive job and enjoyable work environment. Free food every month when Safety Meetings were conducted. I loved my interaction with the drivers and supervisors when they needed help with their benefits.
Safe and productive work environment. Managers Have a good Knowledge of field operations,and are supportive of the field staff. Safety is the first and foremost component here at C&J, is the environment. Protocol and integrity here has a positive impact on the moral and culture of its employees.The hardest part of the Job are our yard days. That's because everyone is efficient at getting what need to be done to get back out in the field, we sort of run out of things to do.What i enjoy most about the job is the camaraderie with my co-workers.
Drafter (Former Employee) – Stafford, Texas – October 23, 2018
I've been doing this for many years and this is the first time I have felt a need to write a review such as this. It is possible for someone to successful here. But it will be very hard. Even with years of experience.. there has to be an introduction to any new working environment and new product. The management gives very little information, and a lot is left up to you to figure out. The management believes that it's all easy and it is to an extent, but the process is flawed and there was no time for improvement. They expect you to perform on a level as a person who has been doing it for years. That's all well and good, and in time that level could be reached, but there is no patience for the learning process or employees willing to train and help out. The mid supervisor will disappear for hours at a time and you will have no one to ask the questions to get the job done. Everyone will ask you where he is. Tribal knowledge is the rule here. Getting that knowledge is possible, but that takes time. In the meantime the ticket system will bombard you with job after job, as you're learning the product, with no two products bring the same or any of those products lining up with the training materials.There will be no support and you will receive all of the blame as the jobs pile up. I've been doing this a long time, so I don't complain very often. I have a very good reputation, and this company made me feel like I was useless. Avoid at all cost.
Quiet office space.
Horrible training, Horrible Solidworks practices and implimentations, No training on materials or products, No help from supervisors or fellow employees to improve performance.
Driver (Former Employee) – Kenedy, TX – October 21, 2018
Careful applicants with the housing or man-camp in Kenedy, Texas It is crammed with six beds for six drivers in a 15 x 15 foot room the bathroom floors are sunken in and the washers and dryers do not work and they work you at night. Youre last load must be brought in to the yard and when you have worked 14 hours and tired and hungry waiting in line to unload for two hours more it is terrible.