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Data Management Manager

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Current Employee - Data Management Manager  in  Stavanger (Norway)
Current Employee - Data Management Manager in Stavanger (Norway)

I have been working at Statoil full-time for more than 8 years

Pros

Good work-life balance, compensation and benefit are good for experienced people, positive environment and knowledge exchange within and among various disciplines.

Cons

Poor international integration and career opportunities due to stiff approach by upper management.

Positive Outlook
No opinion of CEO

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  1. 1 person found this helpful  

    A good place for work- life balance but can be very stressful for an ambitious person/ foreigner/ non-engineer

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Oslo (Norway)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Oslo (Norway)

    I have been working at Statoil full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Work -life balance. Considering how little I am expected to deliver, compensation is high. Really nice people. A great place for people who have lots of children and look for a relaxing day in the office after a tiring evening at home.

    Cons

    Too laid back and unprofessional. The biggest challenge is that Statoil doesn't seem to know what it wants or what it wants to be. Too political and complex to navigate for an international employee. The meeting culture is really weird and extreme - too many meetings with no agenda or outcomes. You will be challenged and frustrated by the lack of a structured career path and slow career progress. If you are not Norwegian and an engineer your career progress will disappoint you and your learning curve and competitiveness runs a real risk stagnation. Your experience before Statoil will not be valued - it's how long you've been with the company that matters and who you know. Competence and performance are not valued or promoted. Salary levels are lower than industry average (think about 30% for commercial roles) and the situation I described above with all the risks it entails just makes it a no no if you are far from retirement. If you still need a breather form a hectic life and work under a U.S. or U.K. contract, suggest you slap a 30% - 50% risk premium on whatever salary you are thinking of negotiating.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn to say what you want and work on your communication skills. Challenge yourself to gain more awareness of the world outside Norway and the markets you operate and sell in.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
  2.  

    Great

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    Current Employee - Reservoir Engineer  in  Porsgrunn (Norway)
    Current Employee - Reservoir Engineer in Porsgrunn (Norway)

    I have been working at Statoil as an intern for less than a year

    Pros

    Relaxed work environment
    Supportive leaders
    free housing
    always flexible with things
    great HR and tech support
    Lots of projects to work on
    Internship was a great, defined project that was challenging and had room left open for new ideas
    cafeteria had cheap, good food options for lunch (~35 NOK)

    Cons

    not really any time off on an internship but flexible
    Large company, so some bureaucratic things to deal with sometimes

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    None

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
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