Albemarle – Charlotte, NC
- Review financial transactions to assure compliance with government requirements and Albemarle Policies and Procedures.- Develop and improve… CareerBuilder
Albemarle – Lexington, KY +3 locations
Plans and implements sales to specific, major accounts where cultivating relationships, identifying opportunities, and account management skills are… CareerBuilder
Albemarle – South Haven, MI
• Coordinate and complete QA projects (such as implementation of particle size specifications for all projects) and serve as a QA representative on… CareerBuilder
Albemarle – Amsterdam
• Coördineren en soms voorzitten van HSE-werkgroepen. Quality Assurance • QA… Stepstone Netherlands
Albemarle – Baton Rouge, LA
Works with Finance group to identify project opportunities to improve efficiencies, to address short-term process/procedure changes, and to provide… Albemarle
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I worked at Albemarle full-time (More than 3 years)
Lots of responsibility for young engineers. Great hands on experience. You can learn a lot in a short amount of time and become a very marketable engineer in the gulf coast area. You will get calls from head hunters after 1-2 years offering you better positions in the area.
Besides Houston, all plants are in undesirable locations. The main way people climb the corporate ladder is to change jobs as frequently as possible and work at as many different plants as possible. Management is poor at almost all levels with a few exceptions. Corporate management has such a tight grip on all finances that local management has little power to make smart decisions. Upper management is most concerned with pleasing analysts and will nickle and dime the employees to make the books look better.
Advice to Management
1) Allow plants to make more decisions locally 2) Reward good employees with a true bonus program or better compensation 3) Find ways to develop employees who don't want to move around the country/world just to climb the corporate ladder.