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HSE Manager

Chicago Bridge & Iron Clearfield, UT

/Accountabilities: • Provides technical assistance to office and field operations to ensure compliance with applicable international, federal… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Project Accountant I - Subcontracts

Chicago Bridge & Iron Jenkinsville, SC

CB&I provides premier engineering, design, construction, and maintenance services to government and private sector clients in a wide array of… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Senior Civil/Structural Engineer

Chicago Bridge & Iron Tyler, TX

/ Accountabilities: • Work includes conceptual studies, cost and planning studies, layouts, design calculations, specification development and… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Senior I&C Designer

Chicago Bridge & Iron Houston, TX

/Accountabilities: • Utilizing design system for the production of complex instrumentation and control systems design deliverables… Chicago Bridge & Iron

6 days ago

AP Clerk III

Chicago Bridge & Iron The Woodlands, TX

This position will be responsible for compiling amounts owed by the company to vendors, suppliers, or other organizations/individuals. Key… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Buyer II

Chicago Bridge & Iron Jenkinsville, SC

/Accountabilities: • Administer on-line purchasing systems. Analyse market and delivery systems in order to assess present and future material… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Piping Designer III

Chicago Bridge & Iron Houston, TX

• Generates bulk material take offs for piping materials. • Maintains and promotes a focus on CB&I’s end product whether engineering, fabrication… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Electrical Engineer I

Chicago Bridge & Iron Canton, MA

/Accountabilities: • As part of the Electrical Group for power plant projects, performs entry level engineering assignments of increasing… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Subcontracts Administrator V

Chicago Bridge & Iron Jenkinsville, SC

/Accountabilities: • Prepares subcontract plans and award schedule and works with project/construction team to execute. • Manages the… Chicago Bridge & Iron

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Equipment Operator Journey 1 – new

Chicago Bridge & Iron Hackberry, LA

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    Scientific Technician

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at CB&I (less than a year)


    I have absolutely nothing positive to say about the company.


    I was hired on as a Scientific Technician and during the hiring process I had told them I would need time off or could start after a contain date due to future plans I had already committed to. They had told me that was fine and it was added into the acceptance letter for my initial hiring paperwork. Three weeks go by and heard nothing from the company. I called 4 or 5 times leaving messages for anyone to call me back, I wrote emails with no response, I went as high as calling the corporate office which is overseas just to get in contact with someone about when I was starting my job and where I need to report.

    Finally, I had just seen somebody driving a CB&I vehicle and I was able to flag them down and get a phone number for the local office manager. When I spoke with him, he had no idea that I was even hired. I told him I had already done two over the phone interviews and an in person interview and he told me he should have been in the interview process. He then told me he will be in contact with me later that day with more information. After three days pass, he finally calls me back and told me I have to report to a 40 hour hazmat class on the week I had already told the company I was not able to work. He then told me if I do not attend this class, I would not be able to work for the company. I had told him it was written in my acceptance letter but he told me that that was not cleared through him so it is not official.
    I was forced into a new acceptance letter with new terms and was not granted the time off which was already discussed and agreed to. This causing my family and I to lose out on a $1200 vacation with no refunds.

    THE WORST part of this horrible experience is after I completed this hazmat class; when the following week comes along and I reported to the office to start work, I was then told my service is no longer needed and I am no longer employed with CB&I.


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    This company badly needs to work on communication and professionalism. I WISH THE COMPANY GOOD LUCK IN THE FUTURE. YOU WILL NEED IT.

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