Projects Administrative Specialist (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – July 20, 2015
Pros: Great co-workers
At Conoco, I learned advanced features in Excel in order to create a spreadsheet that is user friendly and easier to navigate in and out of different worksheets. I also learned new terminology and acronyms in Construction management.
CM Specialist (Current Employee), Fort st john bc – March 21, 2015
very knowledgeable supervisor steep, challenging but rewarding learning curves every day co workers are exceptional hardest part of job is the learning curve most enjoyable part of job is the independance and respect professional support is second to none.
Senior Project Engineer (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – February 27, 2015
Excellent company to work for. Co-workers with high quality results/commitment Management team fully dedicated to the business Beautiful people who really support and make your time there pleasant and enjoyable
Instrumentation Engineering Summer Student (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – October 14, 2014
Pros: great company
I was fortunate to be their 2014 Instrumentation Engineering Summer Student and I found it was an invaluable experience in my young career. I enjoyed going to work each day knowing I was part of a team that was safe, respectful, and team orientated.
Good coordination between supervisor, drafting staff and Document Control
Drawing Controller (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – October 10, 2014
Pros: learn & lunch
Instructions and directions were very clear. It was a great team work. All the issues were discussed and resolved in weekly meeting. Personal contacts with supervisor & co-workers in sorting out the issues saved lots of time to deliver documents & drawing within the schedule time.Learned to resolve calmly under stressful situation.
Asset & Operating Integrity Summer student (Former Employee), Grande Prairie, AB – September 26, 2013
A calm atmosphere that was competitive and efficiency orientated at the same time. I spent over a month training and learning the dynamics of the Asset and Operating Integrity team (Grande Prairie, AB). – more... I spent most of my time around compressor and well sites (mostly gas wells) tagging and checking equipment, mainly pressure safety valves. I also worked along with the head pipeline coordinator to discover pipeline wall loss growth through smart pig logs on excel documents. This led to myself giving the coordinator specific locations and lengths of pipeline which required repair. My time at ConocoPhillips was all that I expected and more to say the least, they gave me a great start to my career in the Oil and Gas industry. – less
Fun productive environment - great experience for a summer student
Integrated Operations Technologist Summer Student (Former Employee), Red Deer, Alberta – January 3, 2013
Great place to work with a very dynamic team of individuals. I was able to grow by being challenged with new tasks and learning about many different aspects of a technologists role within the Red Deer/ Eckville office.
Contractor (Former Employee), Central Alberta – November 15, 2012
Pros: not many
Cons: you give what you got and they take what they can
Managers either Micro Manage or ignore you all together. Depends who you are buddies with in the office and managment as to how for you get with the company. Its obvious to everyone that certain managers – more... are getting kick backs from contractors for steady work. They do not support local business, they drive the small local guys out and bring in bigger companies(almost like they are paid to do this) Office staff gets catered meals multiple times a week and a fully stocked kitchen, and the field staff gets a water cooler. They always pin the blame on someone, even when they say as a company they do not do this. – less