Challenging & Rewarding Work
Our opportunities are big, global and complex. You can have a direct, immediate impact on our business, as well as a chance to change the industry with advanced technology and innovative thinking.
Your personal and professional growth is a priority at ConocoPhillips. At every step of your career, there are multiple ways you can strengthen your professional and technical skills in alignment with our business strategies. We are here to find solutions to the world’s energy challenges, and each employee plays a pivotal role in that solution development.
Of course, you will be well rewarded for your passion and work ethic. Our compensation, benefits and career development programs are designed to help you grow in your career, take care of today’s needs and secure a solid future. We also support your work/life balance needs with a 24/7 “concierge-style” Employee Assistance Program that provides resources and referrals for child and elder care, community groups, legal help, financial consultation, counseling services and more.
ConocoPhillips honors our former military employees through a variety of sponsored events and activities throughout the year, such as our annual clay shoot fundraiser.
In this event, local companies and wounded service men and women come together to raise funds for worthy organizations serving veterans, such as Hope for Warriors and Team Red, White & Blue. Many events and activities are held off-site and are open to family and friends to encourage our employees to get to know each other outside of work.
We also maintain a Patriot Employee Network (PEN), with a mission to engage employees and their families in supporting our troops, wounded heroes and families of those who made the ultimate sacrifice. As our newest employee network, PEN currently has over 300 members and continues to grow in size. Some of PEN’s activities include:
- Recognizing and honoring contributions made to our country.
- Facilitating discussion about those who serve and their contributions to our country.
- Involving employees in the community by assisting local military-friendly organizations.
- Supporting the company’s efforts to recruit and retain former service members.
- Organizing “buddy system” pairing for incoming veteran employees.
- Engaging in ongoing events and activities such as planting flags, sending letters and care packages, arranging networking events, participating in military-related recruiting, and more.