SABIC Jobs in Mount Vernon, IN

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30+ days ago

Engineer, Projects Planning & Control

SABIC Mount Vernon, IN

• Drive implemention of Project Controls in the Americas and collaborate with other… SABIC


30+ days ago

Sr. Project Manager, Global Projects

SABIC Mount Vernon, IN

• Ensure assignment of highly experienced team of professionals with directly applicable tools and experience in optimizing, engineering, designing… SABIC


30+ days ago

Production Operator - Grade B

SABIC Mount Vernon, IN

• Candidates must be able to perform the essential physical requirements of the position. • Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen… SABIC


30+ days ago

Sr. Process Technology Engineer

SABIC Evansville, IN

• As part of a cross-functional team based in an industrial plant environment, lead and deliver the technical deliverables that are necessary in the… SABIC


30+ days ago

Senior Process Technology Engineer

SABIC Evansville, IN

• As part of a cross-functional team based in an industrial plant environment, lead and deliver the technical deliverables that are necessary in the… SABIC


30+ days ago

Senior Scientist

SABIC Evansville, IN

• As part of a cross-functional team based in an industrial plant environment, lead and deliver the technical deliverables that are necessary in the… SABIC


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    Former Intern - Engineering in Mount Vernon, IN
    Former Intern - Engineering in Mount Vernon, IN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at SABIC as an intern (Less than a year)

    Pros

    -Many opportunities -The pay was good (especially for an internship) -Flexible hours -Good work/life balance -It was only for a summer.

    Cons

    -The projects there were trivial (low impact, easy to get done, but ultimately unsatisfying). -Bad site location -Long commute -Could not work overtime

    Advice to Management

    There were way too many meetings during the day, and most of them were a complete waste of time and just an excuse for people to talk. They should cut down on the number of meetings. It seemed more like a ritual than an actual useful function.


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