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28 days ago

Environmental Soil and Ground Water Management

Shell Houston, TX

• Work as part of a team that provides sustainable risk-based solutions for soil and groundwater issues (e.g. water resource management and… Shell

19 days ago

Quality Management Engineer (Welding)

Shell Houston, TX

include: Welding Engineering • Provide technical expertise and technical consulting in welding, weld code interpretation, weld procedure… Shell

16 days ago

Electrical Engineer - Norco, LA

Shell United States

• Provide technical assurance for the safe operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of electrical equipment. • Provide technical support to… Shell

16 days ago

Central Support Team Leader - Process,Automation,Control,&Optimization

Shell Geismar, LA

• Understands Production Area priorities, work plans, procedures and goals and how they fit with overall site plans, strategies and goals… Shell

21 days ago

Senior Researcher Computer Science - Houston, TX

Shell United States

Purpose: • For the field of Applied Mathematics or Computer Science - To build capabilities and skills in the Shell Houston Computer Science R&D… Shell

22 days ago

Bitumen Supply Planner - Houston, TX

Shell Houston, TX

• Responsible for coordinating steps 2-3-4 of the S&OP process: • Gather demand and price data from commercial teams, • Provide demand volume… Shell

7 days ago

Completion & Well Interventions Engineer ( Design & Operations)

Shell United States

In this role, you’ll be responsible for defining the control criteria and developing, evaluating and designing completions for both new wells and… Shell

15 days ago

US Commercial Fleet - Regional Sales Manager - Southeast

Shell United States

• Commercial Fleet range of CVPs, and knowledge of customer needs in order to deliver maximum value for both Shell and the customer. • Champion… Shell

1 day ago

Supervisor-in-Training Internship (Wells Drilling) – new

Shell United States

This 4 to 5 month internship program (suite of benefits are included) located in West Texas or Pennsylvania will be assigned to a Senior Wells… Shell

19 days ago

Business Development Manager - Transport Lubricants

Shell United States

Fill pipeline with qualified accounts. Manage the Top 5 opportunities within each sector, prioritized in alignment with Supervisor. Develop new… Shell

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16 Ratings

    Some annoyances, but hard to say no

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    Current Employee - Engineer
    Current Employee - Engineer

    I have been working at Shell full-time for more than 10 years


    Good pay, good benefits, good job security, office culture is generally pretty relaxed. They say that work/life balance is important, and they mean it. You can have a lot of flexibility as long as you get your work done. There are opportunities to work almost anywhere in the world. Most managers are easy enough to work with and care about your professional development. The upper-level leaders are really committed and seem to do a good job. The new CEO looks like he'll do a good job.


    The corporate stuff is annoying. It takes forever to move projects along or make decisions because a million people have to review or approve or something. It does matter who you know, even though they claim it doesn't. People who are identified as 'high leadership potential' get promoted at lightning speed, even though the process is supposed to be equal. There are some incompetent managers in middle management that make you wonder how on Earth they got there. If you're unfortunate enough to get one of those, your satisfaction with your job can go in the tank, fast. The feel-good nature of the company means it can be difficult to get honest feedback sometimes. It seems like no one wants to hurt anybody's feelings or say anything negative. People who have been here a long time are almost like robots. You can see it happen as the new hires get indoctrinated into the culture. If you put together any halfway decent piece of work that wasn't directly required, people act like you're a genius.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If your employees are having a difficult time with their supervisor, manager, or someone they work with, take it seriously. You'll lose good people by not addressing those issues.

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