Assembly (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – September 12, 2017
Not kept clean, Staph Virus is everywhere. Managers are slave drivers. Would not recommend working here ever! Overly strict on everything. Get in trouble for clocking in 1 minute late but only have two clocks for the WHOLE warehouse!
Mixed with fast paced and slower days. Put in the effort to your job and you will last. Has "buddy system" to extent but for the most part you get the same respect you give. Generally work a good bit of hours, but weekends you are almost always off. Usually have the option to work Saturdays if you want. Which would put you around the 70 hour mark.
If you were smart you left yourself set-up to begin work as soon as you came in. The lazy worker will goof off until 1st break before beginning work. I learned racism is openly practiced just not discussed. Managers seem to be 'sneaking' around trying to 'catch' people. Every job assignment is 'HOT'. Hardest part was wondering when you were drawing the short straw for layoffs. Most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the product I manufactured go out of the door to the customer. The second most enjoyable part of my job was my immediate Manager trying to find me a job MONTHS after I had been laid off. Loyalty pays.
Leading manufacturer of oil drilling equipment in the industry
Assembly Lead (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – April 23, 2017
NOV is an industry leader in oil drilling equipment. From raw materials to finished products, NOV has many opportunities. Eng,. Fabrication, Machining, Assembly, Paint, Purchasing and Production Management.
Assembly/Processor (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – February 28, 2017
Most people i worked with were really nice and knowledgeable. They had a great work environment and structure.Safety was a huge deal there. we had safety meeting ever month and had to give our opinions on how we could improve.
Assembly Mechanic (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – December 27, 2016
Worked as a team member to accomplish the daily task of tearing down, rebuilding, and painting blow out preventers. Management worked with the team to provide a safe environment and most productive routine.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Galena Park, TX – September 12, 2016
A typical day of work was a learning experience new parts new management great co-workers you can say we where like a family. Safety was always there for everyone to fallow the proper steps over all a great learning experience.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – March 30, 2016
12 hour rotating shift Learned how to build and rebuild Shakers for oilfield Great management Good co-workers and willing to show you if you need help Really wasn't anything to hard Working you shrift safe and productive and going home to family
Assembler-C - Service Cell (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – March 25, 2016
Hoping that the Oil Market will recover, Cell as they call departments when working with our Cell jobs were great, fabricating hydraulic hoses to fabrication stainless steel tubing in house, setting up our own hose kits and tubing kits, we had our vendor of course but a lot of times with new improve modifications hoses or tubing needed to be modified, assembling parts to units other Cells gone a little behind with over load and we would assist.
1. Completed: Started Standardization Program for Quick Response Manufacturing to reformat racking cells by labeling locations, setting up cell stations within each cell cabinets and stands for in and out job packets to provide information on jobs
2. Completed: Started with a blue print to building a new set-up to test our IBop testing, I did Assemble 2 high pressure panels with in a Bunker and installed a upper tank to supply these high pressure panels with to be a Big saving to our company,
3. Completed: Help Setting up Tanks for Hydraulic and Gear Oil to fill and to drain for testing unit.
Great being part of a company where everyone help to completed production.
really good place to work you get a lot of expierience
Assembler (Current Employee) – Orange County, CA – January 21, 2016
well every day is exciting because your working with gears, shafts main bodies electrical and hydraulic. I also motor test units to make sure they function correctly I trouble shoot electrical and hydraulic problems.