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30+ days ago

Senior Subsurface Systems Architect

BHP Billiton Houston, TX

This senior technical role, in collaboration with the Subsurface team, leads the architectural design, development, deployment, and technical quality… BHP Billiton


30+ days ago

Senior Subsurface Virtualization Architect

BHP Billiton Houston, TX

This senior technical role, in collaboration with the Subsurface team, leads key technical research, design, troubleshooting and configuring, Linux… BHP Billiton


30+ days ago

Reservoir Engineering Technician

BHP Billiton Houston, TX

applications. ACCOUNTABILITIES • An overriding commitment to health, safety, environmental responsibility and sustainable development • Alignment… BHP Billiton


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    Pros

    Benefits are great, pay is more than adequate for most jobs. Lots of little perks with on site cafe,commuting to work, gym memberships.

    Cons

    Indecisive, unclear objectives. Goals change constantly and when decisions are made they are subject to change at a moments notice. Training is mostly learn as you go and very little mentoring that hinders the adaption of change. Mangers do not want to look at real issues and only want to know what they want to hear. Response from any inquiry takes forever, that's if you get a response. Agile is not a known concept in the work environment.

    Advice to Management

    Make a decision and execute it. Hold management accountable for making decisions and following through with those decisions. Some mangers and supervisors do not need to be mangers and supervisors. CEO is trying to make change, but real issues are overlooked with excuses. Listen to employees and address issues.

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