The Executive team are good people; middle management could be better
Accountant (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 7, 2018
Middle management will try to get the most out of you without promotion or fair pay. There has been many occasions in different departments where Level 1 employees are training level 2 and seniors on their job functions.
Overall, it's a good company to start at but not a place for career progression. They usually pay a few thousand below average market value.
Very fast paced, always people to answer to and people to give direction to
Pipeline construction foreman (Former Employee) – Williston ND – May 10, 2018
Check on the Safety and completion of jobs assigned to crews Sign invoices, check with roustabouts, electricians, pipeline crews land men, and land owners on what concerns they had for Oasis Petroleum pipeline crews.
Accounting (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 4, 2018
Oasis was an enjoyable place to work, only real isssue was employees were underpaid and undervalued, along with long working hours and extremely high expectations that aren’t conducive to work life balance.
The company take care of its employees. Of course, there are times when things can be frustrating, but that's true of anywhere. All in all though, one of the best jobs I've ever had, and I work with great people.
Love my first 2 years, last year was trying due to the work load and manager. Manger made our team very competitive and felt like everyone was out to get each other. Cut throat mentality and not enjoyable.
Last manager compentent in knowledge, not compentent in managing or over extending her team
Landman (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 5, 2017
Oasis is a good place to work. The workload is high but manageable if you put your head down and do the work. The pay is decent but the cost for benefits is higher than other companies with similar size and structure.
Overall good place to work and I would recommend to anyone looking for work within the industry
People, Office Culture, Flexibility, 9/80 work schedule
Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 4, 2017
I worked at Oasis for 2 years, Oasis is a small company with a family atmosphere. Unfortunately they were hit by the economic downturn, but they sacrificed and tried to stave off layoffs for as long as they could. I would work there again if offered a position,
If issues goes down, it goes down to the lowest employee on the chain. Supervisors throw there own hands under the bus to save themselves. Cover yourself and don't think for a instance that the guys working with you, care who you are.