Supervisor - Lease Records - Barnett Shale (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 11, 2016
Great place to have worked. Your efforts, contributions, and hard work did not go unnoticed. Lots of growth potential, Management was an intricate part of any team. It was a pleasure to show up for work everyday.
Work with a sense of urgency and an attention to detail.
Lease Analyst III, CPLTA (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – August 1, 2016
Numerous comprehensive evaluations of leases to determine interest for prospect development teams supported by extensive and detailed spreadsheets to show ownership, operators and lease clauses Clear and concise analyzing of leases, contracts, and assignments. Extensive coordination and participation in training, mentoring, and supporting the life of the lease. We worked as a team and communicated on a daily basis. Remained flexible in order to prioritize according to deadlines. Co-workers were highly motivated and always willing to work together. The hardest part of the job and the most enjoyable part of the job was the ever changing challenges of the oil and gas industry.
maintenance (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 17, 2016
A great company to work for. Always busy. A great work environment. How to work with a variety of different types of people in a different type of environment. The management was good. The co-workers were great to work with. The hardest part of the job was having to deal with all the lay-offs. The best part of the job was the interactions with other employees of the company itself.
IT Analyst (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – April 5, 2016
Worked as a member of the team that oversaw a company-wide upgrade to MS Office, then as a member of the Help Desk. I really enjoyed my time with Chesapeake and with the people I worked with, and probably would have stayed on if it had not been contract work.
Daily routine got boring. Did learn more about pumping jacks and heater treaters. Too many Chiefs not enough Indians. Plant operator was great ,my relief operators were not knowledgeable enough. Hardest part would be keeping repairs( all units decided to fail). And you had problem free days.
good relationship with vendors and Upper management
The day to day business of this company is basically the same. You have the areas assigned to you and cover them all monthly.
Well tender (Current Employee) – Clendenin, WV – March 2, 2016
Basically I feel it's time for a career change and new challenge. After 35 yrs in this industry, you will continue to learn and gain experience in situations that you may encounter This in turn prepares you to handle any problems which may arise.
Working outdoors, co-workers and vacation.
Weather conditions sometimes. Even though we use computers, there is still too much paperwork.
Corporate Events - Assistant (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 2, 2016
My time at Chesapeake was fast-paced and extremely educational. I was part of a group that managed several events at once. We worked hard, put in several long days and grew as individuals and as a team.