Edison Chouest Offshore

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1 person found this helpful  

i apply this job for entry level .i have no experience to work in offshore ,but iam still prefer a job in hr

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Current Employee - Humen Resource
Current Employee - Humen Resource

I have been working at Edison Chouest Offshore full-time (more than an year)

Pros

i heard lot about this offshore company,if u given the chance to work ,i will prove my self

Cons

this is my first experience to work in offshore ,so how would i know

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    Big company with a little bit below average salary

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    Current Employee - Engineer in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
    Current Employee - Engineer in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

    I have been working at Edison Chouest Offshore

    Pros

    Training school are best, boats are top of line

    Cons

    30$ additional for working overseas and not paying social security when working overseas...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    30$ raise for working outside the country is not worthy also chouest should pay social security when working overseas......

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    Good Company with great new build program, educational opportunities for personnel and equipment.

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    Current Employee - OSV Captain in Houma, LA
    Current Employee - OSV Captain in Houma, LA

    I have been working at Edison Chouest Offshore full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Good medical, and a fair 401K program. Fair salary for maritime professionals.

    Cons

    There is a need for good seamen in the offshore industry. Few are applying, thus some lower crew O/S, Cooks, and Able Seaman should be released, but the company can not afford to fire them. A poor hand is better than none...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The operations management needs to listen closer to the Captains for changes to operations and crew issues. We hate to have to have a poor crew member removed just to hear that another command is having the same issue. Weeds need to be removed, not shifted from operations. Also of note+ The MS program and procurement can be made much more efficient with better synergy between the Captains who operate it and the tech who designs and updates it.

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