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8 days ago

Global Manager Syteline

National Oilwell Varco Houston, TX +3 locations

Maintains System and Project Roadmap, Resources, Schedules, and Budgets. Manages fast paced environment consisting of new implementations… Monster


8 days ago

IT Business Relationship Manager

National Oilwell Varco Houston, TX +5 locations

·Build solid, trustworthy, working relationships with product stakeholders and business management. ·Facilitate the creation of… Monster


7 days ago

Rebuild Engineer

National Oilwell Varco United States +2 locations

project time frame. Work with Aftermarket Project Manager to create BOM… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Developer Dynamics AX – new

National Oilwell Varco United States +3 locations

* Responsible for the design and development of modifications or extensions to the Microsoft Dynamics AX application * Responsible for coding, unit… Beyond.com


17 days ago

NOVA Project Engineer

National Oilwell Varco United States +3 locations

1. Support the planning and executing of automation projects that allow WSS equipment and services to work with the NOVA automated rig. Projects… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Project Engineer (Mechanical)

National Oilwell Varco United States +3 locations

·Conduct rig surveys to determine the project scope of work and identify any specific challenges. ·Work with the Standardization group, to ensure… Beyond.com


24 days ago

Project Engineer (Electrical/Controls)

National Oilwell Varco United States +3 locations

·Conduct rig surveys to determine the project scope of work and identify any specific challenges. ·Work with the Standardization group, to ensure… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Mechanical Enginer

National Oilwell Varco United States +4 locations

* Analyze and develop product designs in order to meet NOV and customer needs… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Business Analyst, Customer Experience – new

National Oilwell Varco United States +2 locations

As anExperience Specialist , you will work with the NOV DDS Customer Loyalty Team to support the organization in developing a culture that delivers… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Development Manager

National Oilwell Varco United States +3 locations

* Regularly attend frac jobs to keep up the trends * Develop rapport with industry professionals to identify pain points * Research proposed product… Beyond.com


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    Lots of potential ruined by major problems.

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    Former Employee - QC Inspector  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - QC Inspector in Houston, TX

    I worked at National Oilwell Varco full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Lots of overtime. Superb benefits package. They pay for your work clothes, boots, Rx glasses, and job related professional organization dues. NOV is involved in just about every facet of the oilfield so there is also a lot to learn from a company like this. This place looks great on your resume.

    Cons

    Poor pay compared with the rest of the industry. They want you there all day every day, Sundays, holidays you name it. However the biggest problem I saw was that management was very out of touch. My superiors has their jobs due to friendships, family, and even on the job injury, not for their qualifications. I am not an old man and I had more experience in my industry than most all of them. I really wish that was an exaggeration. Fake it till you make it might work for some places, but you just can't fake experience that you don't have. For obvious reasons the turnover was very high. This makes it a very difficult environment to work in when people are constantly coming and going. I was always either short handed or training someone.

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    Your company has a lot of potential to be a great place. However, until the pay scale and company culture is up to the standards of the rest of the industry, NOV will just be a training grounds and stepping stone for skilled workers, not a career.

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