finance MBA development program
over 70 years of creating leaders in chevron
Chevron’s Finance MBA Development Program (FMBADP) has been the primary source of senior finance management since the program’s inception in 1946. As a member of the FMBADP, you will be joining a select community with strong support and commitment from our Program alumni and leaders. With the FMBADP, you will be exposed to finance in all aspects of the business, make a direct and meaningful impact on the organizations where you work, and interact with the highest levels of management.
program alumni – CEOs, CFOs, and VPs
Alumni have gone on to become Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Comptroller, and Treasurer, as well as holding other senior management positions.
who we hire
We look for the best – people who have a passion for finance and an aspiration to become a senior-level finance leader.
- Outstanding leadership potential and communication skills
- Have a passion for finance and analytics
- Excellent organizational and cultural fit
- Interest in the energy industry
- Strong critical thinking and analytical skills
- Geographical mobility
- Flexibility and desire to explore variety of businesses
- 3+ years pre-MBA work experience
- Permanent U.S. work authorization required
Previous finance and industry experience is valuable but not required.
what you'll do
The FMBADP is a two-year program, consisting of four six-month rotational assignments designed to provide a wide-breadth of exposure across the business. Exciting international assignments are also available during the two-year program. There is no pre-established sequence of assignments. Instead, your path will be designed to broaden your skills and interests as well as reflect Chevron’s business needs and your development areas. Your Program Manager – a FMBADP alum – will guide you through these two years on the program. Upon completing the program, members roll-off into a variety of different finance roles across the company.
Assignments could be in the following business areas:
- Corporate Comptroller’s
- Corporate Treasury
- Downstream & Chemicals
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Investor Relations
- Corporate Strategic Planning
The FMBADP Summer Internship is an introduction and a key entry point to our two-year rotational program and is structured to allow interns to experience what the full-time program has to offer. The internship will be spent in one assignment over 10-12 weeks at our corporate headquarters in San Ramon, CA. Throughout the summer, interns will have the opportunity to attend training, social events, and networking opportunities with program members, alumni, and senior Chevron leaders including our CEO and CFO.
where you'll work
- Summer internships are located in San Ramon, California
- San Francisco Bay Area, California (headquarters)
- Houston, Texas, El Segundo, California, or Pascagoula, Mississippi
- Non-U.S. sites in countries such as: Australia, Angola, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Thailand
International exposure for future leaders of the company is critical, and you'll likely complete one overseas assignment while in the program.
after the program
The program end is just the beginning of your career at Chevron. After completing the program, you will have knowledge and skills that are in high demand throughout the company. Your future assignments will be shaped by your interests, performance and development areas, as well as Chevron’s evolving business needs. A personnel development committee comprised of Chevron’s top finance executives and managers will review and assess your continued career development. With these key decision makers watching your progress, you won’t be lost in the crowd.
how to apply
Check with your university career service center for our job postings or visit us at one the professional MBA conferences this fall. Additionally, you can contact us at email@example.com.