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14 days ago

Legal Counsel - Houston, TX

Shell Houston, TX

This position will report to the Managing Counsel. This attorney will have responsibility for working with their direct Managing Counsel as well as… Shell


7 days ago

Refinery Lab Technician - Deer Park Refinery

Shell Deer Park, TX

The Olefins Lab Technician is an integral member of the Quality Measurements Department providing laboratory support to the Refinery Section of the… Shell


9 hrs ago

Production Team Support Engineer – new

Shell Deer Park, TX

o Interfacing with maintenance to communicate the design package for execution. o Facilitating the final field review and approval… Shell


19 days ago

Draftsperson - Deer Park, TX

Shell Deer Park, TX

are met in a timely manner. As the CAD Draftsperson you are also accountable for the turn-around of drawing mark-ups from field personnel. You will… Shell


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    Former Employee - Engineer in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Engineer in Houston, TX

    I worked at Shell as an intern (less than an year)

    Pros

    Besides the terrible recruitment sector of the US, the company has great people who are willing to help you at any time. Everyone cares about your success and will help you reach your goals except the recruitment sector.

    Cons

    Passed the interview process and interned for the company for two summers. Their new process as of summer 2013 was to make the e-tray 1/3 of the intern assessment process. No matter how good your scores are in the other areas, the e-tray will overpower everything. Only speed readers will be successful on the e-tray. You could be a technical genius and recruitment will turn you down if you don't pass their test. They turned away the majority of their interns due to this test. Many existing shell managers have admitted to doing terrible on this test further proving it is a terrible measure of intelligence or in shell terms "capacity". The company has no loyalty to its interns and will turn down anyone based on this irrelevant test regardless of amount of time served.

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    High upper management knows that recruitment has made some very poor decisions and should work harder to correct recruitment's mistakes.

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