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30+ days ago

Materials Engineer

ExxonMobil Beaumont, TX

The position is based in Beaumont, TX. The primary role is to serve as a point contact for materials and corrosion for the site. Job Function… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

HPPE Process Technology Improve Engineer

ExxonMobil Beaumont, TX

This position is for a Chemical Engineer (preferably with a masters degree) with detailed hands-on knowledge of the High Pressure LDPE process… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Shift Supervisor - Lubricants Blending and Packaging Plant

ExxonMobil Beaumont, TX

OF SUBJECT POSITION 1. Ensures compliance with all local, state and federal regulatory standards for employee health, safety and environmental… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Administrative Assistant

ExxonMobil Beaumont, TX

• Organize and expedite work flow through office; initiate follow-up action as needed; solve problems • Answer phones, greet visitors, schedule… Glassdoor

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    Exxon is at present a stable company with solid benefits. There are locations in many different areas and if you are willing to move, you will likely get the opportunity to do so. There are opportunities to move between the different business divisions (chemicals, refining, lubes, pipeline, E&P) in order to develop a well rounded employee, however unless you are tagged early as a rising star or top performer, opportunities may be limited. The stock match of 7% for our 6% is a nice perk. If you are extremely aggressive in self marketing or like sucking up, it's a great place to advance.


    Forced rankings mean the suck-ups usually out perform the competent, hard workers. Much of the culture is the holdover from Exxon more so than Mobil. Exxon is a very Engineering lead company and therefore views people as resources rather than assets to be invested in. Supervisors are asked to evaluate their employee's potential when they are first hired in. Depending on your supervisor's first impression, your 30 year career growth potential can be severely stifled by one bad review. There are many supervisors and managers that are victims of the Peter Principle and are now in the level of their incompetence with no opportunity to move any further until they retire.

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    Trash the PAPD forced rankings, Reward good performance, Give bonuses where applicable, adjust wages for cost of living annually and make raises based on performance at different intervals.

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