Intense work requiring extensive background knowledge
CPO - Construction Inspector / Coordinator (Former Employee) – Alaska – January 17, 2018
My job was to provide Quality control for all civil work for up to 80 craftsmen spread over sixty road miles in remote Alaska. Work days start at 6 AM usually end after 7 PM. No days off while on location Usually two weeks or more off between hitches
two weeks on / two weeks off schedule
Not steady work, sometimes months between projects
ConocoPhillips is a great company to work for (when the oil & gas industry is profitable). The people are great and management/leadership is good. Not much room for advancement as positions rarely become available but compensation and benefits are fair.
Great work environment and great co-workers
oil & gas industry fluctuations that result in mass layoffs.
IT Program/Portfolio Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 14, 2017
• Key member on core, large scale program and project teams focusing on the people side of change. Partnered with senior leadership to integrate business change management activities into project plans. • Changes included organizational structures, systems and technology, business processes, and job roles.
Typical day: 6:00 AM to 4:00 PM Learned: Patience, persistence Management: Corporate attitude Culture: Safety, Push for more excellence Hardest: A lot of stress Most enjoyable: Interacting with multiple user groups
I enjoyed my years working for Phillips 66 and ConocoPhillips.
Administrative Assistant/Asset Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Borger, TX – October 24, 2017
ConocoPhillips was a good company to work for! I held various positions and worked for many supervisors over a 39 year period. I learned so much about working in an office and am very appreciative for my years with this company.
Surface Analyst (Former Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – October 16, 2017
A typical day consist of reviewing and approving contracts/leases, making payments and researching pipeline leases for ROW Agents. I enjoyed my time there and loved that I stayed busy whether it was my desk that was loaded or I helped out a co-worker. Everyone was more than willing to step up and help each other when needed; I loved that. Direct management was always available and helpful, however I thought upper management could have been more personable. The most difficult part was the stress of the lay-offs. Very stressful.
Landman (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 12, 2017
Started in field offices and worked into the corporate offices in Houston. Great company to work for. Had a great career there and they had our back at all times. You had to produce your best and it was what they expected.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Richland, WA – October 9, 2017
I stayed at this particular Conoco for as long as I did because I loved my customers, however, everything else was almost always a disaster and I was treated very poorly by my boss which is why I ultimately left.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Kenedy, TX – October 6, 2017
I loved every moment working at ConocoPhillips. I loved my supervisor. I loved working both at the corporate office as well as in the field office. The CEO and VP of the company were wonderful to us. It was high volume and quick paced, but very safety oriented and my direct supervisor took a keen personal interest in developing her employees for advancements. LOVE IT!