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20 days ago

Test Technician I

Halliburton Midland, TX

Under direct supervision, tests new and used equipment, identifies problems and communicate issues to the Testing Manager. Must understand and test… Halliburton

20 days ago

Entry Level Field Engineer Directional Drilling

Halliburton Midland, TX

are to learn the job role for the Directional Drilling service line and the processes, tools and equipment used in… Halliburton

23 hrs ago

Operator Assistant II GFprincipleBA Tools – new

Halliburton Midland, TX

Your experience with offshore and onshore service line equipment will serve you well in this job. As an… Halliburton

15 days ago

Sr Field Engineer Directional Drilling

Halliburton Midland, TX

Not everyone can do this job; but we're not looking for just anyone. Take the lead position on select Directional Drilling (DD) projects as a Senior… Halliburton

8 days ago

Application Evaluation Specialist

Halliburton Midland, TX

Under direct supervision, assists in bit proposal development, bit application recommendations and post-well evaluation of bit performance. Provides… Halliburton

23 hrs ago

Entry Level Administrative Associate – new

Halliburton Midland, TX

Works under close supervision, with work closely defined and standardized which allows the incumbent limited opportunity to use judgment or… Halliburton

23 hrs ago

Service Operator I Artificial Lift – new

Halliburton Midland, TX

Under general supervision, responsible for professionally installing cable in field site hole and spool the cable as it is pulled from the hole… Halliburton

15 days ago

Technical Services Representative

Halliburton Midland, TX

Responsible for both field sales and job site service delivery, providing technical support to the customer on specific products and their… Halliburton

23 hrs ago

Materials Control Specialist – new

Halliburton Midland, TX

Why Halliburton? How about global opportunities, interesting work within small cohesive teams, extensive training, and the opportunity to take your… Halliburton

7 days ago

Cable Technician I

Halliburton Midland, TX

Under direct supervision, performs basic operations to test and repair downhole cable for submersible pumps and motor equipment. Receives cable and… Halliburton

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    Current Employee - Senior Field Materials Coordinator  in  Midland, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Field Materials Coordinator in Midland, TX

    I have been working at Halliburton full-time for more than 5 years


    Benefits with Halliburton are great. One would be hard pressed to find better benefits. I've heard several doctors and insurance agents comment about how good the coverage is. The finance benefits (stock options, 401k) are outstanding. Vacation time is hard to beat as well.


    It seems like all Halliburton is concerned with is growing as fast as possible with little regard to anything else other than making sure policy is followed. I was a part of a smaller company that was bought out 3 years ago. Our integration with Halliburton has been very poor, which makes day to day tasks more difficult and more complicated. Quite a few people who have been with Halliburton a long time have commented on how poorly Halliburton integrated us into the company. Halliburton didn't take the time to do it right. They may have a great structure for service and sales, but the facility I work at is a rental company. It doesn't take a degree in business to know that you can't run a rental company like a service and sales company.

    Also, we constantly stay understaffed and underpaid. Most people at the facility I work at are responsible for the work of 2 or 3. Halliburton only sees that we make "x" amound of dollars, therefore we only need "x" number of people. It's understandale to a point from a business perspective, but too often it makes it impossible to get everything done without working until Midnight. In short, Halliburton does not know what it takes to make our facility operate efficiently. It also doesn't help when your product manager wants to keep doing things the old way and won't let go of old systems. That means that 3+ different systems have to be updated when in reality only 1 or 2 need to be updated.

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    Treat your employees like people, not a numbered asset. When buying out a company, consider the little people who make the business run. Take the time to learn how the business works so that Halliburton can provide the necessary support and resources to make sure that business runs the way it should. Efficiently.

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