Trainee Lift Engineer (Former Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 19 April 2017
My main duties at Enermech were to help out with the process of cleaning and repairing Lifting Equipment. As well I was also asked to go over to shetland with the company to do onsite driving for the inspector who was working on site.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – offshore – 1 December 2016
Co workers were a great bunch of people who strived to help each other and to complete tasks within budget and on time. As with many oil/gas related companies at the moment a dark cloud hangs above which can be sensed.
Management Accountant (Former Employee) – Great Yarmouth – 9 March 2016
As this company was awarded many short and medium term oil related contracts the work load would vary greatly requiring job flexibility. I was employed at the Great Yarmouth location from it's formation in 2008 until March 2016 and experienced the increase in workforce to over 2000 in 24 locations word wide. Meteoric growth was achieved both organically and via acquisition.
This was my first experience of working with an ERP system which has been very rewarding. Much of my daily routine was performing accounting tasks, providing management information and managing administrative staff.
The management of EnerMech set ambitious goals which were ruthlessly pursued and created a culture that was often difficult to work with. A symptom of this was the very high staff turnover. Cronyism and nepotism were rife.
Although the work was often a challenge I made many friends and corresponded with people word wide all of which, in retrospect, gave great satisfaction.
each day was different and all the teams where lovely and helpfull. i had to work with a lot of differnet busniess line. i was new to the gas and oil industry but i was given a lot of support in my role.
Technician (Former Employee) – Great Yarmouth, ENG – 11 February 2014
My time at Enermech was of great value to me as this was an industry I had no knowledge of before i was employed there. The staff and management obviously noticed I was a hard worker and dedicated to whatever job I was handed and therefore invested in me by paying for all of the courses and tickets I have gained to work within the industry. Unfortunately due to managerial shake ups and jobs being a little slower than normal to come up I was laid off as I wasn't on the staff payroll and therefore the sensible choice was to save money as I was paid on a day rate.
Great for investing time and money into me
waiting so long to get my offshore tickets completed