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It’s a good workplace to start your carrer at it and easily you can get promoted if you are a hardworker but as it’s known that in the call center carrier after sometime you health will be affected due to wearing the headset all the time
Outings and celebrations every month, overtime
Wearing the headset all the time
In Schlumberger, u learn a lot of lessons every day and each day is a learning curve. You will be rewarded based on the job u do and how you finish it up.
Salary is good
No much vacation even if you do have and management is very strict.
- Good place for work and learn in the field -Good place to know how to deal with people -your social life effect to much as u had to be all the time working may be more than 24 hr some times -good place for friend shipe -u can go to a lot of places
a. Senior QA/QC E&I Engineer b. i learned how to do progress in project c.i was a leader for 2 subcontractors co. with 80 workers d. all the work papers were strictly controlled e. i enjoyed working in a good system to grow up pig project
12 hours work douple rate / day
- Very nice working environment, team work, multinational and multicultural ambiance. - Oilfield service type of work, where you get to work with a variety of oilfield operators with different mentality, problems to solve and challenges. - The vast exposure of operations you experience teach you a lot, and in a short time you become an expert at your job. - Strong technical training and development programs - However, strongly dependent on the market status. - Job functions might overlap with others, which leads to increased specialization and reduced professional responsibilities.
overlaping job functions
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A typical day at work involves preparing for a job on a rig and managing the logistical part of the operation such as mobilization of the equipment and chemicals to the location as well as coordination with the client representative over the technical aspect of the job which happens during job execution. It is a challenging job that requires quick thinking as you are expected to make decisions on the spot to be able to execute your job successfully without any HSE or SQ issues
Really it is a hard work and enjoyable to work with multinational employees while the co. give you a free hand to work and take the decisions as they trusted you. HSEQ are very important issues in our daily work either at the fields or at head office.
good bonus scheme
The working hours and days at the field are at the cost of my family time
Field engineer was a hectic job, long hours of no slep, so many responsibilities, you are kinda the jack of all trades, but i learned a lot on how to adapt, hard work and deal with silly clients. management is OK, sometimes cooperative, sometimes they gave me hard time, the workplace culture is harsh and you are expected to be a very hard worker but its multicultural, and this was the fun part of it. the hardest part of the job was the long hours of no sleep and the stress during the operation. the most enjoyable part was the training courses where they most of the time send you abroad where you have a lot of fun.
In our workshop we service our tool, keep it ready for upcoming jobs, sometimes we start over with a new tools study it first then start in its service. the balance of our spare parts is our responsibility in workshop also mobilization for our tools to the client. I have 7 technician in my workshop. The hardest part of our jobs is unscheduled jobs it takes a much time and effort The enjoyable part when the tools pass the hydrostatic test, it mean that it's ok
Provide onsite services to the operator by measuring, testing, and supervising the running of fluid mixing and pumping, including technical analysis and specific recommendations for controlling fluid properties.
analytical skills can be demonstrated & developed
Stay away from family