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30+ days ago

Project Engineer, Drilling Fluids

Schlumberger London, England

Takes proactive measures to eliminate safety hazards by performing risk analyses. Builds and maintains cus… experteer.co.uk


30+ days ago

Consulting - Senior Reservoir Petrophysicist

Schlumberger London, England

Perform all tasks related to multiwell reservoir petrophysics. Analyze well log measurements and input them to a representative multiwell-reservoir… experteer.co.uk


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    Current Employee - Field Engineer Trainee in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Field Engineer Trainee in London, England (UK)

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    Pros

    Diversity of workplace, an excellent career path and ability to develop at own pace.
    Starting as a trainee, you will have a clear expectancy, tasks and time of how and when you will be promoted. Compensation and medical insurance is top-notch, although personal-performance is not a big factor until a person reaches the GFE status.

    Cons

    Not much of work/life balance. Due to being a service company, we have to adapt to our client's needs and hence this may result in alot of work hours at different times of the day/week/year. Including weekends and public holidays. Sometimes language-barrier is an issue at some locations.

    In the start though, expect to do alot of non-related work such as painting, cleaning and maintenance where you will be wondering "am I actually paid to do such tasks?" but after first school things start to kick up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Some locations require more input from management, especially when low-grade employees are not looked after well. Also, at time where there is a huge workload, management should keep an eye on people who are totally fatigued and give them a bit of time off.

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