- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
You'll meet a lot of experience people in technical, engineering and methods for oil platform construction, ship repair and oil rig repair. You'll be seeing a lot of unique machines and big cranes, know how the things work, and the team works that required to work a job. You'll get to meet a lot of nice people outside of working hours but strict and firm in the field. You'll know how hard things need to be combined and actualized to built a concept. You'll see a lots of critical procedures, chains that can not be broken or bypass due to safety issues, abc (anti-bribery and corruption) code and other ethics. Because when you compared against any other job you'll find that it just a tip of an iceberg than working your a** in MMHE.
It is normal that management find ways to minimize the cost, but you need to prepare to be part of cost cutting and delivering your KPI throughout the year. You'll need to use old equipment and to work as if it was new. It'll be hard for you to convinced the traditionally experienced people for new initiative or new way. Procedure are lenghty and sometimes become obstructions. You need to deal with breakdown report every single day (if you are working on-site). You'll have to be computer literate even you are supervisor (because they are using many e-applications) You'll be imposed with strict rules in time keeping and it is compulsory to be followed. You'll be confused with management direction (due to many Heads and Senior GM)
Advice to Management
Ok. Maybe right now is our hard time. But we'll get used to it and things get better in time.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive Experience
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at MMHE.
The interview was done in a Professional manner with the right people in the panel. The second round was with the hiring manager. The decisions were made pretty quickly and the pre-employment processing was pretty efficient.
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