A Chevron engineering career offers the opportunity to put your expertise and passion for solving problems to work in a stimulating environment where you'll have access to leading-edge technology and tools. You'll work with other talented engineers around the world to help create new and innovative energy solutions to power the world.
who we hire
Chevron engineering professionals specialize in a variety of disciplines. Chevron engineering teams:
- Have a high level of integrity
- Identify and resolve crucial technical, safety, environmental and economic issues to improve operations, reduce financial risk, and improve profitability
- Have a high degree of responsibility and autonomy
- Have a collaborative work style
- Enjoy a highly teamwork-oriented environment
- Are solution-oriented and outcome-driven
- Translate situations into scalable solutions
We are looking for candidates with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.
what you'll do
As a Chevron engineer, you'll likely work for several different Chevron operating companies during your career. You may also have the opportunity to travel to Chevron locations around the world.
Engineering jobs are critical across Chevron operations, including:
- Energy technology
- Exploration and production
- Natural gas
- Refining, marketing and trading
- Transportation and shipping
juan, structural engineer
Juan tackles the challenge of hydro-testing subsea equipment in the Gulf of Mexico to help create a pipeline that stretches 136 miles.
calicia, facilities engineer
Calicia helps design and build production equipment to withstand ultra-deepwater operation at pressures never attempted before.
roger, power solutions engineer
Roger helps maintain engines that provide power for Chevron’s oil- and natural gas-producing operations around the world.
Engineers perform strategic research and develop and use the latest technology, including:
- 4D seismic reservoir monitoring
- Applied geochemistry (ITGAG)
- Artificial lift technology
- Carbonates (ITGCO3)
- Clastic stratigraphy (CCSG)
- Formation evaluation (ITGFE)
- Geology forum
- Geophysics (ICGC)
- Geostatistics and reservoir characterization
- Heavy oil
- Horizontal and multilateral well technology
- Maintenance practices and equipment reliability (M-PERF)
- Natural gas hydrates
- Pipeline and subsea systems
- Reservoir management
- Structural geology
- Subsurface fluid control
- Well stimulation
- Work system technology transfer