Be part of a team that applies its expertise and knowledge to mechanical projects, finding innovative, cost-effective means to improve techniques, procedures, and products and technologies. You will design products to meet customer needs, product quality, manufacturability, new product development, prototype builds, testing, and may serve a project manager role for smaller development projects. You will develop the product designs necessary to drive product improvement and will be integral in securing present and future business by consistently meeting or exceeding Voice of Customer requirements.
The person in this role will be responsible for performing fundamental analysis and research on all aspects of the energy industry, answering ad hoc energy industry questions, and creating presentation materials.
The TechnipFMC Houston Internship Program is a 10-12 week long development program that exposes college students to product lines, job functions, and business processes within the organization. Guided by a manager and mentor, interns will work on value-add projects with tangible objectives and will present their achievements at the end of the summer. Interns will be incorporated into various aspects of the department which may include technical training, office, shop & manufacturing environments, and testing/field operations. The internship program will also provide opportunities to network, participate in social events, and develop professional skills.
Responsible for providing cost center analysis including monthly forecasts, budget preparation, financial analysis and guidance for rental tools and ROV services. Provides financial support to Services Operations team including cost center reviews and utilization reports. Additional responsibilities include managing warranty process and monitoring inventory variances for multiple plants.
The TechnipFMC Employee Development Program (EDP) is a multi-year development program that provides entry-level professionals with direct experience in several different roles, setting the foundation for early career growth and development. Every six to eight months, the Rotational Employee (RE) will rotate to a different area, which could including project planning, scheduling, production control, delivery management, and more.