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6 days ago

Instrumentation and Electrical Technician I –

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Waynoka, OK

• Responsible for new installations, preventative maintenance, break/fix maintenance and recommending field solutions for SCADA related items… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

21 days ago

Customer Support Analyst I

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Good written and verbal English communications skills. • Able to… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

21 days ago

Risk and Control Analyst

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Work with the business to design controls through the various stages of Edge • Ensure SOX controls are documented and communicated to Internal… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

7 hrs ago

Service Supervisor - PTL, Canton, OH – new

Chesapeake Energy Corporation United States

- Participates in goal setting and performance appraisals of assigned crew members… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

22 days ago

Mechanical Drafter- NOMAC (OKC)

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

- Develops and revises detailed drawings for Nomac Drilling - Submits drawing packages to management - Performs reverse engineering techniques… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

12 days ago

Sr. Staff Geologist

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

include: • Assume responsibility for a geographic region to map formations, determine drilling locations, geologic well design, well evaluation… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

1 day ago

Accountant II- Revenue Accounting – new

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Advanced knowledge of professional accounting principles, theories, concepts and terms. • Advanced knowledge of spreadsheets, database software… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

2 days ago

Drilling Engineer II – new

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Support the implementation of the drilling program to meet sound drilling engineering practices, production operations, regulatory compliance and… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

12 days ago

Income Tax Accountant II

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Analyze accounting records, financial statements or other financial and operational reports to prepare tax schedules and tax reports as necessary… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

7 days ago


Chesapeake Energy Corporation Oklahoma City, OK

• Prepare twice daily status reports, formation updates, target line changes, end of well reports and all other reports in a timely manner… Chesapeake Energy Corporation

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Chesapeake Energy President, Chief Executive Officer and Director Robert D. Lawler
Robert D. Lawler
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    Demanding and unpredictable

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Chesapeake Energy


    The company offers good pay depending on the work performed, the best in the OKC Metro by most accounts. Campus is beautiful year round. Employees enjoy a full service fitness center with individual machines and group workouts. Employees have 5 different restaurants to choose from on campus that is exclusively available to employees only (family on Fridays). They also have a 65,000 square foot, state of the art daycare facility with great teachers and a special section designed to care for kids with the flu or other sickness so that parents don't have to miss work.


    All of these amazing benefits are taken out of your hide. You are expected to work at a ridiculously fast rate with insane deadlines. Super stressed out workers are the norm. Also, the performance of the company depends a lot on the cost of oil and gas. Lastly, the company recently underwent a major restructuring and released over 800 people, 640 from their OKC campus.

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    Be more honest with the employees about company finance issues.

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