Office Services Assistant (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – April 14, 2017
I never felt like part of a team at pioneer. It always seemed everyone was only looking out for themselves. While I enjoyed many of the perks the company offered, it was often hard to find the motivation to go to the office and see the people there on a daily basis.
EO3 (Former Employee) – Victoria, TX – April 9, 2017
Decent pay but a very kiss butt environment hard to move up they are always pushing friends and family before any other employees rude management all they are worried about is the top dollar not there employees
Field Service Assistant Supervisor EO I (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – February 8, 2017
Horrible management, and Supervisor, Making up rules and policies as they go a long, there is no constructive company policies. Supervisor only training the one that they like, there is a lot of racism. Treating people unfair. No matter how hard you work with your dedication, its don't mean nothing.
Water Transfer Technician (Former Employee) – Midland, TX – January 24, 2017
A days work would be getting the floor plan or blueprint to see what we have to do maybe loading pipes on a pipe trailer or hooking up our F350 trucks up to pumps or hooking up to a trailer with hearvy equipment on it going to the work site locations then rigging up putting everything together ready for a fracing or pumping job.Sometime the maybe a little hard be end up being a successful day.The enjoyment about the is the coworkers,we learn alot from each other and i have learn alot in my 6 years in the oilfield
Company was very good, management had some issues, not above board and will stab you in the back without prior notice. Would probably pass on working there since the market is not good for the industry and depending on the department the management will disappoint.
SR. GEOSCIENCE SYSTEMS ANALYST (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 22, 2016
Management was appreciative of work done and general population was included in informative meetings. I enjoyed going to work at Pioneer - which I think is important. I never knew what I would be working on day to day - there were always new requests. I worked for all aspects of the asset team.
Equipment Operator 3 - CDL A Hazmat driver. (Current Employee) – Midland, TX – June 27, 2016
I work 14 straight days between 12-16 hours a day with no set breaks (Then go off for 7 days unpaid). We are forced to turn in our cell phones keeping us completely out of touch with our families (rules say we will be given a chance to access our phones but that does not happen). Our two weeks start on a Tuesday and end on a Monday as a way of getting out of paying one day of overtime. If we take a sick or vacation day we only get paid 8 hours of straight time (base pay, does not count towards overtime) which means taking a sick or vacation day costs an employee a minimum of $200