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4 days ago

Electrical Technician - Talisman - Clyde

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

Basic Purpose of Job: To maintain the process plant and associated equipment in a safe and efficient manner, in compliance with all statutory… Glassdoor


15 hrs ago

FILO - Talisman - Piper – new

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

• Ensure all work is conducted in full compliance with Talisman’s HS&E… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Principal Instrument Engineer - Systems

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

Managing and leading teams. Definition and approval of technical scopes. Provide technical expertise to the business. Executing assigned scopes of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Offshore Plater

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

Job Requirements Additional Details Why is WGPSN ‘where you want to be’? We are the largest brownfield oil and gas service company in the… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Work Prep Focal Point x2 - Shell ISC - Shearwater

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

HSE Expectations • Provide proactive and visible HS&E leadership • Demonstrate commitment to safety through language, behaviour and actions… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Instrument Technician - Talisman - Buchan (North Sea)

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

Woodgroup PSN is currently recruiting for an Instrument Technician on a permanent basis located at the Buchan site in the North Sea.The successful… Glassdoor


19 days ago

HSE Advisor

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

• Establish a firm worksite HSE presence and proactively monitor for substandard conditions and behaviours through worksite visits, audits and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Offshore Lead Mechanical Technician – Fifth Week - Premier - North Sea

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

We are currently recruiting for a lead Mechanical Technician on a permanent basis, located on our Premier contract offshore. • Accountable for… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Offshore Piping Foreman

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

Job Requirements Additional Details Why is WGPSN ‘where you want to be’? We are the largest brownfield oil and gas service company in the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Work Preparator - Talisman - Piper B North Sea

Wood Group PSN Aberdeen, Scotland

We are currently recruiting for a Work Preparator on a permanent basis, located on our Talisman contract offshore. Based offshore. Reporting to… Glassdoor


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Wood Group PSN CEO Bob Keiller
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    Shower of incompetent short sighted idiots

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    Current Employee - Engineer  in  Aberdeen, Scotland (UK)
    Current Employee - Engineer in Aberdeen, Scotland (UK)

    I have been working at Wood Group PSN full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Depends on whether or not you have any talent. If you have no talent and are incompetent then you can go far within the management structure as incompetence is rewarded.

    Cons

    Senior management are completely out of touch. Woodgroup was built off the backs of hard working contractors who have been singled out for running down the industry, yet are the most productive contributors to the company's success.
    PSN won a lot of contracts through hard work and reputation was built over a long time. Woodgroup have trampled over PSN good practice and steam rollered their mark on the company - there is no PSN any more. Nobody within the company takes responsibility for their actions and procedures are constantly being meddled with, which ultimately causes losses for the client. The organisation is painfully top heavy, with rewards going to those that produce the least.
    Recent rate reductions combined with forced removal of independent agencies and rumours of further rate cuts will ultimately wreak havoc in the market and cause long term damage to the industry as well as the negative knock on effects to the local economy.
    The CEO is a lunatic and completely out of touch with reality and his own importance.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the yes men, question and challenge idiocy at all levels. Remove unnecessary overhead costs. Retire Bob Keiler and Dave Stewart out of harms way. Show more attention to important details, not poorly generated plans that have no basis in reality. Stop lying to the clients and blaming everyone around you when reality makes an entrance to the fiction. Initiate a central repository of the most up to date procedures. Stop playing with the company logo. Stop pretending that you follow the company core values when you break them at every given opportunity. Less hypocrisy, more innovation.

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