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4 days ago

Finance Analyst

Chevron Makati, Manila

As a Finance Analyst, you will have the opportunity to provide a full range of finance, accounting and analytical services to Chevron’s many business… Chevron

6 days ago

Maintenance Training Supervisor

Chevron El Segundo, CA

for this position may include but are not limited to: • Supervise 4+ maintenance trainers. • Provide leadership to maintenance trainers by… Chevron

6 days ago

Customer Service Officer (Cantonese Speaking)

Chevron Kuala Lumpur

for this position may include but are not limited to: • General Inquiries: Handles inquiries via phone, email or fax for fuel card, fuel order… Chevron

7 days ago

Quality Control Laboratory Technician

Chevron Belle Chasse, LA

for this position may include but are not limited to: • Provides chemistry information, analytical methods, testing service, and instrument… Chevron

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Chevron Chairman and CEO John S. Watson
John S. Watson
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    Current Employee - Engineer in San Ramon, CA
    Current Employee - Engineer in San Ramon, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Chevron full-time (More than 3 years)


    -Good benefits, excellent matching 401k, pension -Supports volunteer work -Everyone is extremely nice and abrasive behavior is frowned upon -Approachable management -Best culture compared to other oil majors


    -Low compensation compared to competitors -Difficult to get promotions unless more senior members leave or you are willing to constantly one around to different groups -Career development is almost nonexistent -Not really a leader in oil and gas more of a follower despite what management says or would like you to believe -Lack of a clear business strategy and inability to manage downturns as well as the other oil majors -Workers are a bit too nice to the point where it conflicts with executing for the greater good for the business -Layoffs but upper management is mostly untouched. Is that fair?

    Advice to Management

    Need clearer strategy on how to manage cyclical oil price swings. There doesn't seem like there is any clear strategy beyond just hope that things improve. Management should not be rewarded for poor performance. Need to change out CEO and board with executives that can think outside of box, meet financial targets, deliver on commitments, show clear leadership, and not be so reliant on what a consultant tells them.

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