- RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
I worked at Pason Systems (More than a year)
Great Benefits, Great People and an amazing support culture. The company legitimately cares about their employees and their families. The pay is decent though others in the same field make more, it was still the most money I've been offered even after obtaining a college degree.
Ups and downs in the oil field market. When it was booming there was more help in the field then we needed but when it slowed down work became constant often times overwhelming. The managers were not very persistent in contact. Though it is nice to be on your own the camaraderie just wasn't there. Often times you'd feel alone and helpless.
Advice to Management
Keep a few men in the same area so there's a small feeling of hope and brotherhood. Meet with your employees more often to build a better relationship and know if something is wrong.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Pason Systems (San Angelo, TX) in August 2014.
It was a usual. Initial phone call was to contact the person to feel them out, after that was a half a day ride along with a tech that is closest to you. If that went well then you get a face to face interview with the regional manager which is also the hiring manager. Most things they ask are very simple, and with the use of common sense you'd do great. They aren't looking for the ones that know the most, they want someone they can trust, had honor and integrity. They can teach you anything you need to know, all you have to do is be courteous and professional.
- How my family felt about me being on call and away from home constantly? 1 Answer
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Pason Systems helps the oil and gas industry drill down to important data. The company provides a Web-based application that allows companies to remotely monitor well drilling operations, and it leases related on-site monitoring equipment. Its main product, the Electronic Drilling Recorder (EDR), is a data reporting and drilling management system that also acts as a hub for Pason's other instrumentation. Additionally, Pason makes gathered data accessible through a Web-based application called DataHub. The company rents its instruments and sells its services to oil and ...