ConocoPhillips Job Vacancy

ConocoPhillips uses its pioneering spirit to responsibly deliver energy to the world. This purpose transcends all of ConocoPhillips’ operations. The company conducts its business to return maximum value to shareholders while utilizing a wealth of knowledge and resources from its employees and acting responsibly in all communities in which it operates.

As the third-largest integrated energy company in the United States, based on market capitalization, oil and natural gas reserves, the company understands its responsibility to deliver energy in a safe, environmentally and socially responsible manner. The company upholds this responsibility in its worldwide operations, where it is the fourth-largest refiner and the sixth-largest reserves holder of nongovernment-controlled companies. ConocoPhillips is known worldwide for its technological expertise in reservoir management and exploration, 3-D Seismic technology, high-grade petroleum coke upgrading and sulfur removal.

Approximately 29,900 ConocoPhillips employees work worldwide to consistently deliver top performance and value and to maintain the company’s global market position. Employees’ individual talents and strengths combine to create a diverse and resilient workforce within ConocoPhillips.

With operations in more than 30 countries, ConocoPhillips is committed to contributing to social, economic and environmental improvements in all the communities in which it operates. The company is currently funding numerous environmental, social, health and education programs around the world.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company has assets of $155 billion. ConocoPhillips stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "COP."

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Our Purpose and Values are essential building blocks in the continued success of the company. Together, these ideas represent The SPIRIT of Performance and are an integral part of our search for greatness. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ConocoPhillips operates in more than 40 countries. The company has approximately 38,400 employees worldwide. ConocoPhillips is committed to setting the standard of excellence in everything we do. For more details on ConocoPhillips, career path, here

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Leading a team composed of peoples with corrosion engineering and flow assurance expertise background to do and deliver the followings :

  • Define the corrosion control and monitoring work program and plan for all of company’s asset groups.
  • Define the flow assurance work program and plan such as scale and wax management to minimize restriction in the system.
  • Facilitate the implementation of the corrosion control program in cooperation with the other company’s  resources as well as service providers including corrosion control for decommissioning and mothballing.
  • Define the chemicals application strategy and work program for process related corrosion.
  • Establish and manage the corrosion data administration system and custody the database. Facilitate the corrosion data evaluation and produce the recommendation for improvement and rectification plans.
  • Monitor the corrosion control work program implementation to ensure the quality of the delivered services.
  • Provide inputs to other disciplines (inspection, process, mechanical, structural, piping, electrical) for corrosion aspects in the design of new facilities.
  • Participate in the new and replacement facilities materials selection.
  • Provide painting procedure and paint specification. Facilitate the painting application quality control in cooperation with field inspectors.
  • Provide corrosion control status reports for management update.


  • Engineering degree (S1) preferably in Chemical/Process, Metallurgy, or Mechanical Engineering
  • Twelve (12) years experience in corrosion and flow assurance engineering within the petroleum or petrochemical industry.
  • Offshore and onshore experiences are required, as well as external and internal corrosion expertise and with a hands-on transient thermal-hydraulic modeling/ simulation work in the support of the design and operation of offshore facilities including wells, pipelines, risers, separation and pressure-boosting equipment working with software such as Olga, Pipesim, PvtSim and Multiflash.
  • Basic understanding of HSE theory and application is necessary.
  • A good understanding of general operations aspects of the oil & gas industry through field development engineering, construction, operations and maintenance will be beneficial.
  • Good spoken and written English as well as the ability to work in a multinational environment both offshore and onshore.

Business Excellence Specialist

  • Review Corporate and Upstream Accounting Policy
  • Provide consultancy/ advise  to Finance or respective parties on Accounting Policy & Practices to ensure proper record and report of financial transactions, consistent applications, and  reliability and integrity of the financial books of account.
  • Facilitate user within company in developing, reviewing, and improving business process using Business Process Management - Pritchett Rummler-Brache methodology and technology utilization
  • Administer and monitor published business process to ensure the documents are still applicable based on the frequency
  • Ensure the designed controls are reflected in business process documentation
  • Review Authority Limitation Management published in higher level (Corporate, Upstream, Exploration, Finance, Procurement and Region)
  • Provide interpretation and assistance for user related to Authority Limitation Management approval
  • Ensure no Segregation of Duties conflict on Authority Limitation Management assignment  and automated approval are assigned in SAP
  • Act as main resources and single point of contact for Finance and other department related to account reconciliation
  • Maintain account reconciliation database for reconciler and approver
  • Review (“audit”) Account Reconciliation that has been reviewed by approver to ensure fully compliance with COP Account Reconciliation policy and note for any potential items/ issues included items for Account Reconciliation Exception Report.
  • Document the review result and communicate with respective team lead, manager and VP Finance
  • Become liaison with internal and external auditor related to Account Reconciliations
  • Working closely with Account Reconciliation Coordinator in Corporate as resources when there is any questions
  • Provide guidance and training to reconciler and supervisor
  • Identifying area for improvement in account reconciliation area either for reconciler or Business Excellence perspective


  • Minimum Experience – 5 years within Pubic Accounting or Finance function
  • Accounting –  holding CPA Australia or CPA US or Chartered Accountant  
  • Auditing and Internal Control
  • Business Process Methodology
  • Flowcharting Tool
  • SAP Modules: Finance, Material Management, Security  
  • Office Application
  • Leadership, Communication, Commercial Awareness, Initiative, Teamwork,  Networking


  • Compliance with all relevant safety regulations including Company’s Core Values and Health, Safety and Environmental policies, and where applicable the asset Safety Case.
  • Attend and participate in safety meetings.
  • Work with Field Operator in Isolating and de-isolating instrument and system equipment for maintenance activities.
  • High safety responsibility to himself, co-workers, plant and associated equipment.
  • Follow plant safety emergency response procedures in event of an emergency
  • Ensuring all Procedures and Written Instructions are followed and adhered to.
  • Report in a timely manner any loss of production capabilities related to instrumentation, and any critical unsafe situations to the line Supervisor.
  • Takes an active role in the inspection of instrument equipment, understands the means for safely isolating instrument related equipment.
  • Perform minimum trouble shooting on instrument and system problems and maintain good housekeeping in work areas, ensuring zero discharge to the environment.
  • Provide leadership and technical guidance to contract personnel.
  • Provide comprehensive and accurate verbal / written handover at crew changes.
  • Follow Competency training Program, demonstrate competency at Instrument level 3 standard.
  • Achieve set goals and personal development programs.
  • Correct Personal Protective Equipment is used when carrying out tasks.
  • Ensuring hand tools and test equipment are in good safe working order.


  • Minimum 3 years operating in the chemical, oil, and gas related industry.
  • Time served tradesman.
  • Experience in Control Systems, PLC and Fire & Gas detection.
  • Strong Safety and Environment awareness.
  • Ability to work on own initiative and within a team
  • Personal motivation and self learning ability.
  • Effective communicator at all levels, fluent in English oral and written.
  • A driving license and defensive driving skills are required.
  • Maintaining a positive safety culture is mandatory in this position. Proactive support of all company safety programs and procedures is an expectation.
  • Work Schedule – Rotational – 14 day work shifts with a nominal 12 hour work day.



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