Chevron: Employment, Jobs, Career & Work

"The Power of Collaboration" - "The Spirit of Mutual Achievement"

Chairman & CEO: David O'Reilly
Headquartered In: San Ramon, CA
Company Website: http://www.chevron.com
Stock Symbol: CVX
Employees Worldwide: 53,000
Corporate Brands: Chevron, Texaco, Caltex,
Havoline® Oils, Delo® Oils and
many other lesser known brands.

Careers & Jobs: careers.chevron.com

Working For Chevron

Chevron offers unmatched opportunities for students, recent graduates and experienced professionals alike and is a place where "your" accomplishments are amplified by those of your associates. Chevron has career opportunities available in a variety of disciplines including, but not limited to:

Engineering - High-quality engineering is pivotal to the success of a company like Chevron and they offer careers in this discipline with unrivaled options. The company requires savvy problem-solvers from several Engineering disciplines, including Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical & Petroleum to prosper in the exceedingly competitive energy business. Engineers may work for a variety of Chevron operating companies over the course of their career with assignments available for facilities engineers, research & development engineers and technical sales & support engineers among others. For a full description of all that might be available for engineers at Chevron, check out their Engineering Discipline page.

Geology/Geophysics - Expertise in this field is essential to unlocking vital stores of energy. Chevron hires Earth Scientists with a Master's or Doctorate Degree in Geological Engineering, Geology, Geophysics and other related fields. These professionals may be involved in exploration, research & development or reservoir development.

Maintenance - Exceptional opportunities abound for maintenance & operations employees working in an atmosphere that rewards teamwork and values diversity. Chevron hires motivated individuals with communication, analysis & problem solving, planning & organization, teamwork or technology skills. There are no degree requirements for these positions which include firefighter, lab technician, pipeliner and truck driver among others.

Project Management - Plays a principal role in the successful completion of projects. Project Managers at Chevron may work in a variety of capacities in a business unit, operating company or in the company’s service group — the Project Resources Company (PRC).

Sales & Marketing - This department is responsible for commerical & industrial marketing, fuels marketing, convenience retailing operations globally and the marketing, advertising, sales & delivery of services and products under the three main world-class brands of Chevron, Texaco and Caltex. Here you may work as an Associate Sales Engineer, a Sales & Marketing Specialist or as a Commercial Analyst.

The above disciplines are only a very few of what Chevron has to offer. For a complete listing that includes links to gather full information on each discipline, please see the main Index of Disciplines on Chevron's career site.

Compensation & Benefits

Compensation and benefits at Chevron varies from country to country, but in the United States, pay is competitive for the marketplace, with some positions being hourly and subject to union contract. There is also an annual incentive program that can add extra cash to your base pay. Health & Welfare benefits include medical & dental plans, domestic partner benefits, insurance and employee assistance & work/life services.

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