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25 days ago

Expression of Interest - Marketing Coordinator

Wood Group Perth

include: Profiling of prospects Update and management of prospects in CRM Establishing new client relationships Capability presentations Conducting… OilandGasJobSearch


30+ days ago

Controls Engineer

Wood Group Loveland, CO

Responsible for the oversight and technical direction of control solutions (hardware and software) in assigned market segment. These solutions… Wood Group


18 days ago

Training Coordinator

Wood Group Atyrau

Coordinate proper functioning of the performance appraisal program in the Company. Organize, prepare, facilitate and conduct training sessions in… OilandGasJobSearch


30+ days ago

Supply Chain Coordinator

Wood Group Kenedy, TX

Deliver Supply Chain Management (SCM) services:Function as a key liaison with Facility/Pipeline Construction and clients to deliver value in… OilandGasJobSearch


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    I worked at Wood Group

    Pros

    Wood Group shows more caring for employees than other companies I've worked for. Accepting of work-from-home on an as needed basis (e.g. sick child, home repair, etc.). Many people stay a long time. There are growth and move opportunities.

    Cons

    The culture has become very bureaucratic which hinders speed to deliver. Approvals for any spend is difficult for necessary items and nearly impossible for improvements. But due to the low margins of the business it is necessary to keep costs low but creates situations where business needs are not met.

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    The core values seem to be waning and morale dropping. Provide training to all levels of management. Otherwise, it's just a poster on the wall.

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