A good workplace where team spirit thrives. Almost everyone understands the importance of their job/task and how it affects other jobs/tasks. It is a group of people that working towards the same goal.
TechnipFMC is a great place to work with plenty of opportunity to advance in your career. The motivation and drive for training and education is second to none and you won't find a better group of people to work with and for.
Senior Accountant (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – January 27, 2019
Decent company to work for. Employee benefits are good. Company culture all depends on the location for which you work. Corporate offices go all out when celebrating certain days, yet other locations are given a small dollar value to spend per person.
ASSEMBLY AND TEST TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – January 16, 2019
FMC was a great place to work until the merger. Our dept is going overseas so I will be unemployed by April if I don't find another job. I learned a lot from this job and will carry it to my future career.
Global Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – January 12, 2019
Working at TechnipFMC has exposed me to many different cultures and has opened me up to learn new things. I attend Toast Master meetings to improve my public speaking skills. I also attend meetings with a group called BOLD (Black Organization for Leadership and Development). This group teaches leadership skills and to network with other teams.
Machinist (Current Employee) – Stephenville, TX – December 14, 2018
Professional and safe working environment, had a 30 minute safety meeting prior to each shift, to summarize our goal for the week. Also, we discussed new parts and procedures for upcoming blueprints that would come our machines provided by the mechanical engineers so we could produce them safely and create the best product in the Offield.
With the recent merger of Technip and FMC Technologies, many aspects of the company have shifted and continue to shift two years later. For engineers or those with engineering background TechnipFMC is ideal place to learn and advance. However, for other groups job advancement/career path is less defined. Since beginning my career at FMC, a lot has changed. The shift from employee/family driven company to large enterprise is apparent. Not bad or good, just different.
Supervising Process Engineer (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 6, 2018
Very good experience at working at TechnipFMC. Worked more than 11 years.
Worked as a Senior Supervising Process Engineer for development of detailed engineering and FEED process design package for Methanol/PE unit.
Worked as an area lead engineer for development of detail engineering package for ethylene plant.
Worked as a Lead Process Engineer for refinery projects providing basic and FEED services. Worked on several FCC unit licensed by Shaw and UOP to develop Extended Basic Engineering Package (eBEP) and FEED package which includes converter section, gas plant and propylene recovery section
Experienced in Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Technologies like FCC/RFCC/DCC and Converter Area (Reactor-Regenerator) hardware like FEED Injection Technology, Riser, Riser Termination Devices (RSS), Cyclone, Steam Ring, Combustion Air Ring, Catalyst Stand Pipe, Catalyst Distributer Bath Tube, Slide/Plugs Valve systems, Orifice chamber and Catalyst Cooler.
Designer (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 5, 2018
I didn't spend much time with Technip. I started there, but the job that I thought I was going to be doing, ended up being less than desired. I didn't feel like I was a good fit for that particular team.