Careers

A few terms define Apache’s culture: grow, succeed, innovate – and do it faster than the competition.

Since our founding in 1954, we’ve grown through the determination and efforts of our people, in spite of the obstacles in our path. In fact, some of Apache’s greatest steps forward came during times of greatest adversity in the oil and gas industry. To continue this pattern of growth and success, we hire the best people in the exploration and production business; we encourage them to take risks; and we retain them through challenging and rewarding work.

If you are ready for such challenges, Apache could be the place for you.

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Job postings are normally open for applications for a two-week period; however, market conditions may warrant shorter or longer posting periods than indicated.

Resumes submitted to this website by a third party will be considered unsolicited and will become the property of Apache Corporation. Apache will not be obligated to pay a referral fee for the hiring of a candidate by means of an unsolicited resume submitted directly or indirectly through this site or any other means. Apache only pays for third-party referrals for resumes requested by the Human Resources department from our current vendors.

 

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HOUSTON, May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Board of Directors of Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) has declared regular cash dividends on the company's common shares. The dividend on common shares...

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Apache Appoints Daniel W. Rabun To Board Of Directors

HOUSTON, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Apache Corporation (NYSE, Nasdaq: APA) today announced the appointment of Daniel W. Rabun to its board of directors. Rabun, 60, currently serves as the non-executive chairman...

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