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26 days ago

Enabling Technology Manager – easy apply

Noble Energy, Inc. Denver, CO

* Directs day-to-day activities of employees and potentially contractors. * Provides leadership on technologic and/or development areas… Noble Energy, Inc.

30+ days ago

Production Engineer II – easy apply

Noble Energy, Inc. Denver, CO

Conducts analysis, optimization, production maintenance and improvements on wells, platforms, and fields. Provides engineering support to other Noble… Noble Energy, Inc.

30+ days ago

Maintenance & Intervention Superintendent – easy apply

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Ensures an optimum maintenance and inspection strategy is executed for every item of production equipment. * Responsible for the ongoing… Noble Energy, Inc.

30+ days ago

Sr. Project Manager - Asset Services – easy apply

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Develops, manages and controls regional project budgets, AFEs, commitments, forecasts, and contingency drawdowns * Manages the cost reporting… Noble Energy, Inc.

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    Contractor for 6 months.

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    Former Employee - Contractor in Denver, CO (US)
    Former Employee - Contractor in Denver, CO (US)

    I worked at Noble Energy full-time (less than a year)


    Not any that I could see.


    Very political environment. Left hand does not know what the right hand is doing and they don't care. They don't care if one department is over budget by millions. The employees seem to hate their jobs and do not even say Hi to people. There does not seem to be any "Team work" at all. People who have been there a long time have titles that are not earned and their position certainly is not respected. They need to do a management overhaul, especially in the Denver office. Paying a larger salary does not mean people will be happy.

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    Practice your leadership skills, if you actually have them. Plant some strong people in the Denver office and see what they are doing and how they are treating people. Noble office in Denver is giving O&G as BAD name in Colorado! For goodness sake, give a snow day when it is needed, no sense in putting people in danger when they can work at home just as efficiently.

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