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One of the best companies I had ever worked for. I met some of the greatest folks there from all over the world. The growth potential was amazing! The benefits were amazing. Chevron made you feel like a big family. They valued their employees feelings and concerns. The office designs were amazing as well. I loved being able to raise my desk to work if I need too and stretch out. Also, the on site gym was wonderful. The ability to be able to work from home sometimes was very helpful since I was a single parent.
I have learned so much working for Chevron - managing projects in field locations accelerates learning and the projects have tangible impacts on the oil and gas production/processing facilities. With such a big company, be sure to take advantage of all networking opportunities to learn about the different positions around Chevron. Unfortunately, The bureaucracy moves very slowly and it can be difficult to see changes happen quickly, but you learn to navigate the system and processes.
When I was interviewed they were looking for my ability to process abstract thought by way of convoluted what-would-you-do-if type scenarios, and at first was confused by this line of questioning but, upon being hired, quickly understood the logic behind it - even though whether or not I would save one life in a complicated way or save three lives in an somewhat easy way is beyond me a fair question to ask - but nevertheless, the logic behind our ability to speak clearly, retain information well and be competent and industrious is a mark on all levels of the working staff. My education up until this date was definitely not for not and I'm happy to be a drilling engineer for this company.