Pros: onsite cafe, flexibility in scheduling, immediate supervisor was very agreeable
Cons: management seemed very unorganized, management was not really flexible, management was not inclusive
A typical day in this position was working to ensure that all the files were moved to a specific place on the ConocoPhillips website. The co-workers I had in this position were great. They were very accommodating and readily willing to assist with any questions I had. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning about the different areas of Sustainable – more... Development and what ConocoPhillips was doing to ensure the company was doing their part. – less
Development Geologist (Former Employee), Aberdeen, UK – October 28, 2013
Enjoyed my time with COP until relocation opportunities became limited. Company seems to have wisened-up to making international placements available to junior technical staff in order to avoid losing them, since I left. Would go back.
Productive, fun to work at, very supportive, care and concern shown by everyone, example set by top managment to create a safe work environment .
HSE Advisor (Former Employee), Lamprell Energy Yard Jebel Ali Free Zone Dubai – October 2, 2013
Pros: great team, lots of fun time with all during team building etc
I loved working here. This was a time bound project and work picked up speed opening up a new challenges everyday. The site management was excellent and examples set right from the top, care and concern was shown to the workforce, an open door policy was followed and action was taken to address any concern that came up. The workforce knew the they were – more... cared for and it showed in they daily performance. We worked as a team with the main contractors and subcontractors and with all departments, the results showed at the end as the module sailed from Dubai to the North sea completed and with 3.4 million man hours spent on building it without a single LTI. The project team had very senior professionals in each field and all worked very closely together, they never failed to lend a helping hand when ever I needed it. The hardest part of the job was the ever changing sub contractor work force but the yard team did a great job in ensuring there was no compromise in quality or HSE standards. I enjoyed being a part of a great team in which I was supported at every step. – less
SCCM 2012 Analyst (Current Employee), Bartlesville, OK – June 10, 2013
Cons: it was a contract
This is a great group to work with. Knowledge is shared through out the complay. You feel like you are part of the team here. Anything that you do not understand or know, it will be taught and explained.
Productive and hardworking taking the company to next level
Sr SAP FI/CO Consultant (Former Employee), Bartlesville, OK – May 30, 2013
Pros: free complimentary launches
Cons: we use to play games like tennis, cricket ect for relaxing
I enjoyed my work place working in a team who are well coperative and help full .I reached my targets on time with all my efforts and management also helped us in providing all the necessary source to extract work from us and reach our target on time
Bakken Senior Property Maintenance Associate (Current Employee), Bartlesville, OK – March 26, 2013
Pros: free gym and bowling alley, water/ice machines
Cons: healthcare expenses, parking
A typical day at works consists of a hand in the mix of everything. From co-worker inquiries to outside company inquiries. I have learned all about title work and how you always need a supporting document to go with any changes you ever make. Management is ok, but there is not a lot of aknowledgement/advancement. Co-workers are usually great to work – more... with, just have to keep them busy on their own tasks. The hardest part of the job is coordinating multiple projects with new hires while juggling daily tasks that have to be completed. The most enjoyable part of the job is the complexity of the work and the requirements of mental knowledge it takes to complete tasks. – less
Conoco worker (Former Employee), all over – March 8, 2013
Pros: great working on a ship
Cons: conoco is out for their self not for you
Get hurt at work and you see what this company is like. i got hurt and now i cant work and the benefits lets just say you pay for it but try to get it and see if you do i have not in over 18 months LTD what a joke. this is the job i was hopeing to do for 20 years i loved my job and was very good at it but agin i was hurt and was told i was no longer – more... needed. – less
HSE Adminstrator (Current Employee), Beeville, TX – March 4, 2013
Pros: several functions
Cons: distance from home.
Great place to work, coworkers are helpful and always congradulating on a job well done. Teamwork is expected. ConocoPhillips alwasy makes it a point to let the team know what are the expectations from everyone.