A productive evironment that allow an engergetic up and coming intellectual room to grow
Business System Analyst (Current Employee) – Belle Chasse, LA – June 16, 2015
Business System Analyst • Analyze data trends to maximize opportunities for business advancement • Develop operational procedures and policies • Interpret information to and from business to I.T. department Server Manager • Build, install, and mounting, servers • Test and install patches • Harden existing and new servers by implementing Technical Controls • Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, IIS, and WSUS administration
Document Control Specialist (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 20, 2015
A typical day at work was working with the project manager and designers. What I learned management was very open minded when it came to feedback on the project. All of the co-workers worked well together. The most enjoyable part of the job was when the project to the support staff out to lunch and dinner after every milestone.
DHOUP Document Control Coordinator (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – February 24, 2015
Universal Personnel has many contacts and is able to quickly place a candidate. They also visit site and stay in touch during assignment. After the assignment UP staff could do better of keeping in contact.
Quick placement and excellent benefits for consultants
Too impartial to consultants. UP is a typical head hunting agency.
Piping Designer (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – January 23, 2015
This was a contract position with MECO inc. I was a Piping Designer doing Skid mounted packages that were used in converting salt water to potable water for an overseas client near Saudi Arabia. This was a job were we did all the drafting on a certain skid. Due to confidential nature this is all I'm allowed to say.
I helped a hot cutover team at the Chevron Refinery with my administrative skills.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Pascagoula, MS – January 30, 2014
A typical day was intense and fun. I learned a to have a lot of patience and to take it slow and easy in order to make good decisions where there is sence of potential danger. In an industrial setting one must think safety at all times. I loved my managers, especially my project manager we are still friends. We stay in touch through Facebook and we have each others contact numbers. She will also give a reference for me if you need one. My co-workers were very sweet and incredibly smart. I shared an office with two engineers. I loved it! They are a lot of fun. The hardest part of the job.. The job was not hard at all. The most enjoyable part was the meetings. They were huge, up to 30 people at a time all with diverse backgrounds.
Everything!!! I loved it!!!
Leaving the job. It was a good thing when the project was completed, especially without incident, but it ended and I was laid off.
IT Specialist (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 13, 2013
Great opportunities through partnerships with major engineering and project control corporations in the oil and gas industry. UP will match you to a company with your talents and skills. Matches can be for contract or direct hire. I was able to telecomute with an employer for 9 years. It was the best job and most flexible I have ever had.
Contract varies and benefits are not always guarenteed
Accounting Inventory Analyst (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 22, 2013
I worked for UP at Chalmette Refinery (ExxonMobil) as a contractor for over 6 years. My experience there was great. I enjoyed the employees and the job I did there.Leraned a lot and how to stay safe. If I could have stayed longer I would. If the opportunity came again before I completed my degree I would accept with a promise to advance with thin the organization.