Revenue and Production Accountant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 February 2018
They have really good people that are very loyal and smart. The employees are paid well if you work in a prestige area Good work environment, good hours, pretty flexible. Great company to start your career and leave as soon as you can
Business Process Writer / Technical (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 4 October 2017
This company has been sold. This was a bit of a sweatshop where a lot of people worked a lot of hours. One reason was because the people were passionate. It was nice to work with passionate people; but the work life balance was off.
I enjoyed working for Apache. I found Apache to be a challenging and rewarding company to work for.
Deputy Maintenance General Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 August 2017
Apache's expectations are high but were attainable with hard work. I agree with Apache's focus on Safety, Health and Environmental regulations. I found working for Apache that they encouraged individual ideas and promoting a team environment.
Pipeline Integrity Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 March 2017
If you a re looking for a career where you are valued, Apache is a great place to start. Engineers go through a training program involving all disciplines within the oil and gas industry. After the program is complete, one is able to choose their preferred area of involvement.
The field employees are very solid and great to work with
M & I Craftsman (Former Employee) – Coronation, AB – 25 January 2017
The area is very large with lots of challenges because of the number of kilometers driven in the field. There is more work to do in a day then there is hours. If you are interested in coming to work for this company you need to talk to a couple of the field workers to see if the work flow process has improved.
Good benifits and RRSP program
Top heavy in office staff that slows down field work.
Well Site Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fox Creek, AB – 7 November 2016
Completed many ball frac with 100 + personnel on location. Never had a lost time accident. The hardest part of the job is long days away from my family Like to live on location for the duration of the job.
Field Operator (Former Employee) – Fox Creek, AB – 7 March 2016
ok it was an operator job in a low producing field. I learned how to work with effluent packages and sour compressor. management ok co-workers great budjet cuts the guys were the best part of job and having all wells running at end of day
A day in the life of a Surface Land Admin at Apache
Sr. Surface Land Administrator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 31 March 2015
Day to day Surface Land work - package review - working with landowners - dealing with day to day issues such as rental adjustments, survey questions, etc. - working with other departments to ensure projects are completed
Maintenance Planner/Scheduler (Current Employee) – Fort Nelson, BC – 10 January 2015
A productive day at work each and every day for me. Every day I learn something new. Operations are awesome to work with and they help me when I am stuck on something in return I help them when I can.
Hardest part of my job is making sure I have everything done at the end of the day (which I always do get done) for the following day or weeks ahead.
the most enjoyable part of the job is the job. I love doing what I do as it is challenging and gives me happiness when a job is planned according to the work being done and is completed correctly and everyone goes home safe to their families.