Mechanic (Former Employee) – 1001 Louisiana Street Suite 2900 Houston, TX 77002 – May 25, 2018
I really enjoyed working @ Superior Energy Services but then the layoffs happened & then management changed good people were let go. I worked at Superior for 7 years they treated me great and working for them was awesome. Would do it again.
Free lunch, Paid traveling, Living allowance, Improved work training
I really enjoyed working here, but then management changed as did the atmosphere. I still enjoyed working there, but then the layoffs happened. Good people were let go and the less than stellar remained.
Machinist (Current Employee) – Waller, TX – February 13, 2018
Great place to wrk. Not to far of a drive. Never any traffic. Work all the overtime you want when it's available. Listen to music all day. Is this place perfit... no... can they improve... of course...
Departments don't work together. Pile what they can on you for free
International Logistics Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – January 15, 2018
No one is appreciated by directors or VP or HR. You either know people and can get raises and advancement or you get 2% every year except when oil is down. Then you get nothing. 4 years without a pay raise since oil dropped. Employee's are fun and make work worth going to if you're looking for a fun family environment, but upper management don't allow much fun outside of your co-workers. Extra curricular activities were all denied by VP even after approved by safety manager and company insurance.
Directors, Vp, HR No one is there for the employee.
Free Lunch during OutSide travel which was 95% of the time.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 2, 2018
This Job was my favorite job till this day. The company provided us with new single cab heavy duty trucks and they supplied 100% tools and also provided a cell phone to communicate with company employees. Every day you had a different location to work at from the DFW area to Stephenville ,Marshal tx, Houston ,Alice, Midland tx, El Reno,Tulsa Oklahoma etc. We would also due our training in Houston Tx (PPE) it felt like a mini vacation cause we would stay out there for a whole week and go to our safety and driving classes during the day as they would provide us with Hotel rooms and meals. I felt happy at the time cause they really took care of there employees. I felt like management was a new face every 6 months but we were always on the road and leads led the way. I enjoyed being out in the field and also doing some training my last year for the company.
Field Supervisor/Land Manager/L &O- Ops. Manager (Former Employee) – Alvin, TX – January 1, 2018
a typical day was left in my hands to handle every aspect of daily operations. upper management was never there but the daily culture was great due to the field and shop personnel knew how the workplace mentality was so the guys kept postive
The years that I worked for superior they were the best I got to learn about leadership I made supervisor they took a chance on me and in return I gave them dedication and all my strength to keep moving forward I was upset when they sold to manors but I kept my dedication to keep learning and to keep working hard.
Hydraulic Mechanic (Former Employee) – Port of Iberia, LA – September 6, 2017
The Lift boat division is no longer in business. I was constantly on the road and would work anywhere between 40-100 hours in a week. On several occasions, I was put in the position of repairing a Life Boat in unsafe manner which eventually I lost my job. I however did enjoy repairing and working on the boats.