National Oilwell Varco Pay & benefits reviews
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Not much training when you start your role and you just have to learn everything yourself as you go. Very much a blame culture, no one looks for solutions when things go wrong they just look to point their fingers at someone!
Good company benefits
Not a great place to work no time to plan your day or any training for the job,also very long hours as to meet monthly targets was near impossible, on the flip side working at that level was a good learning experience.
In my time at National oilwell varco i have progressed to be a better machinest overall. i have learned new methods in programming as well as having a different perspective on productivity levels through continuous improvement methods and the '5s' program. I personally find my managers to be very helpful and supportive as in any tasks undertaken by myself or my co-workers.
working hours, benefits
job stability due to the current nature of the oil and gas market
mye bøying av rør og montering av hydrauliske komponenter. lært masse hydraulikk og mekanisk arbeid. min nærmeste ledelse har jeg hatt godt samarbeid med. folkene jeg jobber med har vært veldig hyggelig og jeg har trivdes godt med de. det vanskeligste med jobben er venting på deler og tegninger.
gode pensjons og forsikrings ordninger.
Good place to work just a shame about the down turn in the market and cuts have to be made. stakk are very nice and freindley and the office is a nice place to work just a bit of a commute to portlethen which is a bit out of aberdeen
My time at NOV was the best of my career. I left there (Aberdeen, Scotland) on good terms to follow my dream of working in Houston. The support and backing I and the rest of the team received during my time there was outstanding. I was able to travel and improve on my skills as well as develop new ones.
Treated like an Adult good benefits and work / play balance.
Being away from family (I had to commute and live in Aberdeen during the week)