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Chevron Jobs in El Segundo, CA

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14 days ago

Process Engineering Manager

Chevron Corporation El Segundo, CA

for this position may include but are not limited to: • Drives Operational Excellence and Operational Discipline focus to ensure that every employee… Chevron Corporation

9 days ago

Lean Sigma Process Improvement Facilitator (Black Belt)

Chevron El Segundo, CA

for this position may include but are not limited to: • Facilitate Lean Six Sigma process improvement teams which include members from all of the… Chevron

17 days ago

Operator - Lubricants

Chevron El Segundo, CA

for this position may include but are not limited to: • Actively support Health, Environment, and Safety (HES) processes by accomplishing daily… Chevron

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    Current Employee - Chemist in El Segundo, CA
    Current Employee - Chemist in El Segundo, CA
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    Ok starting salary but nothing compared to engineers and union workers Good 401K matching (2% contribution to 8% match) Pension after 5 years


    Extremely poor management Office politics are ever present and management will hold you back to ensure you don't succeed Union workers (operators and mechanics) will easily out earn you and be offered more career advancement opportunities Further education needs to be approved by management, that is it needs to be a business need, although the company says they'll reimburse you for 75% tuition Company is definitely more engineer friendly Poor career opportunities unless you are an engineer

    Advice to Management

    Managers should learn to lead their team instead of using condescending management buzz words such as "guidance", "feedback", and "learning opportunities." Managers should also learn how to make sound decisions instead of letting the problem linger. They practice avoidance which causes much more problems further down the line.

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