ExxonMobil Jobs & Careers in Englewood, CO

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12 days ago

XTO - Regulatory Analyst

ExxonMobil Englewood, CO

Skills: Oil and gas experience preferred. The candidate must have the ability to work independently as well as work in a team environment; have… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

XTO - Programmer Analyst

ExxonMobil Englewood, CO

Job Location: Aztec, NM/Englewood, CODuties:• Must work with Production to bring in well site data, salt water disposals, compressor site data, and… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

XTO - Production Analyst

ExxonMobil Englewood, CO

Duties: • Support the Production Reporting Department and other departments as necessary• eVin support, reviewing, & research variance reports… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

XTO - Field Compliance Coordinator

ExxonMobil Englewood, CO

Duties:• Supports the compliance department s efforts to ensure the Divisions compliance with federal, state, and various other agencies• Conduct… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

XTO - Measurement Clerk

ExxonMobil Englewood, CO

Skills: General computer skills, general knowledge of Microsoft office programs, as well as organization and attention to detail. General office… Glassdoor

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    Smart people, good values, a bit inconsistent

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    I worked at ExxonMobil full-time for more than 5 years


    Good pay, interesting work, intelligent colleagues, multicultural environment


    Admin staff not helpful, quality of leadership is inconsistent across different groups, and you have little to no say in your own career path

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Though the workforce is diverse, most managers and executives are white, Anglo men. That sends a negative signal to your worldwide personnel as to their prospects at the company and probably hurts performance at the top. Also, be more transparent with employees about your plans for their careers. You might learn something, or even make things better, through two-way dialogue, instead of just issuing top-down commands. Some managers seem to understand this, while many others (who are less respected as a result) take a more dictatorial approach.

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