A group of Range Resources Veteran employees were recently featured in Pittsburgh Engineer magazine. The article highlights Range’s culture, our veterans military experience and their career paths.
“The natural gas industry relies on people with critical thinking skills, individuals who work well in teams, people who can adapt – and veterans meet those criteria. We’ve found that while there are many formal programs available to assist in the transition to civilian life, many of the veterans who work for Range discovered the opportunity through personal connections to people who worked for us or for our service companies.”
Director of Civil and Environmental Engineering Tony Gaudlip, was a Cryptologic Voice Intercept Operator while in the Army said:
“My experience is that the oilfield in general is a comfortable and familiar environment for veterans. Range has been very good about recognizing this.”
Division Order Analyst Megan Johnson, who served in the Navy as an aviation search and rescue swimmer – AT2/Naval Aircrewman shared:
“The Navy’s core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment were instilled in me at a young age and those core values continue to guide me in all I do today. I believe those values are also an important part of the culture here at Range and that is one of many things that makes me proud to be part of this team.”
Read the full article here: Veterans Thrive with Range Resources, Gas Industry