Overall a good place to work with a variety of opportunities
APPLICATION DEVELOPER-ANALYST (Current Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – March 11, 2019
They have a good company culture and really care about their employees. They provide a lot of opportunity to move between positions and learn new skills. The structure can be very siloed which can slow down projects. They are also not the most up to date on new technologies
Great pay and benefits, good culture
Siloed structure, bureaucracy, out of date technology
SharePoint Business Analyst/Administrator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 28, 2019
The most relax job I’ve had. Managers an co workers really help you achieve the project. Work and life balance is maintained. You can choose the shift you want to work at as long as you complete your 8 hours.
Project Lead (Former Employee) – Kenedy, TX – February 28, 2019
Great experience to the oil & gas industry as a recent graduate. Upper management was very supportive of its recent grads with training and responsibilities. Would have kept working at COP if it wasn't for the downturn in the industry, it was good while it lasted.
ConocoPhillips has outstanding technical employees that do very high level work and compete strongly in the marketplace based on these people. Far too often, the company promotes the best technical employees to supervisory roles, without evaluating their ability to supervise others. More management figures than not at COP do not have the personality or attitude to put others first and to truly develop their subordinates and team members, putting a great deal of stress on the already high-performing staff.
Pay, location, work hours, ability to make mistakes without losing job
Yearly layoffs, lack of business and people-minded management
SharePoint Online/Migration & Metrics Analyst (Current Employee) – Bartlesville, OK – February 1, 2019
excellent place to work -- just seem to have some challenging upper upper management -- they preach inclusion, but do not practice it, in "my" opinion, only (the inclusion thing towards 'contract' labor)
1. Do a JSA 2. Have sit in with my Supervisor and go over weeks progress and daily job functions needed in field. 3.Gather paper work, computer and Bump test monitor. 4.Go to vehicle do a 360 walk around and proceed to field if needed, 5.Work on field projects or emission testing coming up if in office. 6.Management was great to work with, you were a person not a number. 7.The working culture is Safety First! 8.Honestly the hardest part of my job when I was helping out in projects was the SAP program. Had a 1hr crash course and had to work my way through it with help from peers in my location which was 2nd floor @ ConocoPhillips Building. 9.I enjoyed traveling out of town for company and achieving work that my supervisor thought was incredible for the work load. 10.Having the time off when needed to spend time with family and friends,
Freedom and trust of my peers knowing the job would be done right
Attitudes of others, Being disrespectful during a meeting and not being corrected.