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I worked at Chevron Information Technology full-time (More than 8 years)RecommendsNegative OutlookRecommendsNegative Outlook
Good pay and benefits
Slow to change
Sometimes too focused on process, not agile
Excessive waste, things can be done at a lower costs, or with fewer resources
Risk adverse to the point of paranoia
IT Company largely disconnected from the core business
IT Leadership out of touch with the core business environment
Advice to Management
You need some fresh leadership, too much complacency and inbreeding. Need your IT to be more business focused and less Powerpoint focused.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university – interviewed at Chevron Information Technology (Baton Rouge, LA) in March 2015.
I had an on campus interview. One person greeted me and led me to the interview room where two people interviewed me. They were very welcoming which made for a relaxed interview. They started off by going over slides about Chevron, then went over my resume, followed by 5 basic behavioral based questions. It was a very easy interview. I should hear back within a month.
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Despite its generic name, Information Technology Company serves one specific client. The business unit is part of the technology operations of Chevron, overseeing the the integrated oil company's corporate technology infrastructure. The unit is responsible for providing network operations and security, purchasing and deploying hardware, and setting global technology standards and strategy for the company. One of its largest development projects, called NetReady, connects more than 50,000 desktops around the world and allows Chevron employees to collaborate and communicate...