Project Engineer/Manager (Former Employee) – Anzac, AB – 3 October 2017
A good company in which to be an employee. Offers an environment of interesting meaningful jobs when available. Safety culture is industry leading. Is subject to the ups and downs of the oil industry as is all oil and gas companies.
Excellent company in which to work.
Affected by industry conditions beyond it's control.
Bantrel Electrical General Superintendent (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 27 October 2015
A typical day at work starts with reviewing my sub-contractors safety tailgate meeting. Review of daily, weekly, monthly schedule and safety on site. Review of safety, quality and production. Daily progressive QAQC. Fun work place with an excellent safety record. I was the only electrical expert dealing with our sub-contractors. I learned to pre-plan all the work for the sub-contractor, bearing in mind availability of material arrival to adjust my work schedule to co-inside with other disciplines working on the site. The most enjoyable part of the job was the daily interaction of our team, meeting our safety standards, quality and schedule. The most difficult part of the job was dealing with persons who did not understand that we had to have a viable construction execution plan with material arrival dates in order to build a proper schedule.
Meeting some of great people working for our clients.
Too many inexperienced people in positions they were not ready for.
Crude Oil Accountant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 October 2015
Placed into the new grad program, which placed individuals into a position for a year at a time to get an overview of the organization. Great opportunity to work in the marketing group. Fast paced and long hours at settlement, but great exposure. SAP financial system.
Never a dull day as new challenges and opportunities to interact with peers happened daily
Team Lead - Records Management Services (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 October 2015
Was a great place to work as there was always something allowed you to grow and develop new skills. the most enjoyable part of the job was working with people from all areas of the organization transferring knowledge between each other.
Respected a home & work life balance
Withe the downturn in the O&G sector, job losses have recently happened.
Field Material Management Lead (Former Employee) – Edson, AB – 14 October 2015
ConocoPhillips has an excellent culture for employees, safety, benefits and work environment. Where they fall down is not training their supervisors in modern techniques of managing people. Some supervisors use an adolescent, knee jerk style of using comments from obscure people and band their subordinates accordingly.
Production side is fantastic. Great guys, team leads were great as well. Warm team atmosphere in the group I was in. Some guys thought different but were long term employees and didnt know how well they had it
Amazing company to work for but management needs adjusting.
Vehicle Maintenance Coordinator/ Fleet Manager (Former Employee) – Anzac, AB – 3 September 2015
I give ConocoPhillips 5 stars because they are an amazing company to work for and that's the truth. I, however, would have to say it's too bad that the management is extremely inconsistent and some honestly have no idea what they are doing. It's very sad how they let some employers/contractors go. If the company knew how horrible the management was, they would be taking a second look and weeding them out.
Information management - Information Project Lead (Former Employee) – Calgary,AB – 1 September 2015
I enjoyed my position at ConocoPhillips, and feel it was an extraordinary experience. My superiors were very helpful and considerate. I have learned a great deal from their vast knowledge and willingness to share.
Projects Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 July 2015
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.
Transaction Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, Alberta – 9 June 2015
Work on SAP - create Purchase Requisition and Purchase Orders....process invoices for payment and send to Project Manager and Project Engineer for approvals. Being a contractor was good, but not always in communication for information...There was Team work.
Follow up with the closing of Purchase Orders so that the Networks/Work Broke Down Structure can be closed by the Cost Analysis.
CM Specialist (Current Employee) – Fort st john bc – 21 March 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.