Project Engineer (Oilfield Equipment) in Newcastle upon Tyne
Great company, wrong role
Excellent place but sadly for me the role wasn't right for me. Great team to work with and even better management. Really nice place. Only downside would be too many processes that make a simple task take way too long, could be improved.
very productive places with different aspect
Very good company and colleagues are very keen and helpful in all aspects of the roles could be work in warehouse or could be down at docs uploaded fluids there are shifts patterns with the job
Pipeline Coordinator/Engineer (Baker Hughes) in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
Very well balanced working schedule and great teamwork getting projects completed. It was a pleasure working at Baker Hughes and would work with them again in the future.
Design Mechanical Engineer in Newcastle upon Tyne
good stepping stone for young engineers
Good company as a start of a career, not so much for experienced engineers.
Depending in which department you lend, you will either learn something useful, or it will be completely waste of time working there.
Inventory Analyst in Kirkhill Road, Dyce
Interesting, enjoyable, busy.
Initially the job was great and well supported, But, with the ravages of the last recession most of the experience was made redundant including our supervisor and line manager. No support from management after this. From 2017 - 2020 we had 3 supervisors placed to support us and they had all left for obvious reasons. No training other than what we learned ourselves on the job or by asking for the several years I was there.
I enjoyed my job despite all the negatives and I developed very good relationships with account managers on site and customers.
If I was asked to do a job, it was done. No, second time of asking. The role involved working in the office and in the yard with equal amounts of time and this suited me.