FMC Technologies

www.fmctechnologies.com

FMC Technologies Engineer Jobs & Careers

Hiring? Post a Job
79 job openings Back to all jobs

Show:  All Results Last 7 Days
30+ days ago

Weld Engineering Specialist

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

Support FMC HPHT weld engineering efforts to qualify welding solutions for HPHT. Work to create and maintain suite of standard… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Maintenance Engineer - Rental Tools

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

Subsea Services Customer Property Department consists of Engineers (Mechanical… detailed engineering, planning and execution of services for installation… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineer II

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

• Supports daily needs of manufacturing as an engineering resource… of Manufacturing Engineering theory • Gaining an understanding of product… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Technical Safety Reliability Engineer

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

Applies relevant policies & procedures and work instructions. Receives objectives and guidelines for projects. Regularly assigned ownership of… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Lead Engineer - Metallic Seals

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

• Applies expert product and technical knowledge, design methodology and engineering process experience to one or more complex… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Product Manufacturing Engineer SDS

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

processes in a concurrent engineering environment for all products… engineering activities in a concurrent engineering environment. •… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Maintenance Engineer - CP Services

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

• Subsea Services Customer Property Department consists of Engineers… with detailed engineering, planning and execution of services for in… FMC Technologies


23 days ago

Preventive Maintenance Engineer

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

include, but are not limited to: support of technical documentation/work instructions, product reliability / design change reviews and presentations… FMC Technologies


30+ days ago

Non-Metallic Seals Engineer

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

• Demonstrate behavior consistent with FMC Technologies vision and core values. • Perform all activities in accordance with FMC Technologies Business… FMC Technologies


18 days ago

Electrical Power Systems Engineer

FMC Technologies Houston, TX

Siemens NX CAD software. Works with design engineers &designers to develop… FMC Technologies


FMC Technologies Reviews

228 Reviews
3.2
228 Reviews
Rating Trends

Recommend to a friend
Approve of CEO
FMC Technologies Chairman and CEO John T. Gremp
John T. Gremp
123 Ratings
  • 3 people found this helpful  

    I Targeted this Company Many Years Ago to Work for but...........

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Subsea Service Technician in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Subsea Service Technician in Houston, TX

    I worked at FMC Technologies full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    They are the top in their products for sub sea, and they acquired Schilling Robotics. The 401K matching was great the perks to making it through apprentice portion means no going into the yard (not exactly) when you return from either international or from off shore GOM work. They accommodated the employee with a quality lunch dinner to make up for poor location originally. Safety in Bays and yards is everyone's duty. The $ spent on equipment for the yard and bays was top notch. The training given to Bay workers and the PPE or specialty fork lifts were the best. New filing system being implemented at the time for inventory and tracking was/is futuristic. However, the clicks were evident at this first level but did not lead one to believe it was a systemic problem pervasive through the echelon,

    Cons

    Management comprised from the inexperience that had never been off shore or in oil and gas industry to the very experienced but did only the least amount to help. subordinates than for themselves.. It favored some and made the work environment hostile for the rest, with far and few in between. Management could lie to colleagues of same capacity or grand stand for their benefit, then turn around and say it did not mean a word it had spoken..
    Management would intimidate employees into changing progress reports from good to bad and punish through wage manipulation by not sending employee on jobs. Clicks were very evident and power struggles between training supervisors and assigned management were stressing on the employee. Other management styles were better but not by much. One could not establish a rotation unless in the click of said project and rotating employees out to different ones to keep them fresh and knowledgeable was nonexistent. Fabricated reports, files being secretly, accumulated, and an HR fragmented as well, made you feel you had no life line for help except during the two day training to be more sensitive. The so called open door policies with no retaliation from your superiors or fellow employees did not exist. Salary changes to hourly to then hours cut but per hour wage raised depressed and confused. Moving half the shop to out of state with a mortgage gun to their heads did not help. Even country managers calling subordinates chicken and baby because the NORM levels were above company policy but would play the race card if challenged not to mention taking of stipends and depositing in Wells Fargo to get that money out of country & into their accounts down right illegal. Once a well established individuals get to were one felt safe. It was an island in a stream. FMC with so much potential, such a great reputation, the best technology on the market, and such fine quality personal from earlier days and now is a sad shadow of the former. I do wish growth, success, and a return to the glory of the luster of the pioneers of old.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Share holders time to clear house from CEO to board members and institute a direct line to the men and women on the boats and rigs and land well heads that put life and limb on the line for company earnings, family, and god. Connect with them rationally and passionately. Once that is established shake up the engineers and office personal that either learned, perpetuated or adopted the bad habits and get them to connect to the field and bays in the same passion or keep losing quality people, the hi turn over rate (never establishing the newest quality employee) and be left with a smaller and smaller pool to hire from and eventually that "someone who died" number grows larger. Then that is the measure of the true and finite unacceptable nail in the proverbial coffin.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

Work at FMC Technologies? Share Your Experiences

FMC Technologies

 
Click to Rate
or