chevron in Angola

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Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Limited (CABGOC) - Chevron's wholly owned operating unit in Angola - is a major presence in Angola's energy market. In fact, we're one of Angola's top petroleum producers and the largest foreign oil-industry employer. 

who we hire

Chevron values integrity, trust, diversity and ingenuity as a company and in our employees. In Angola, Chevron seeks recent graduates and Angolan nationals with education and experience in one or more of the following areas:

  • General business (accounting, economics, finance, human resources)
  • Earth science (geology, geophysics)
  • Engineering (chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, petroleum)
  • Health, environment and safety (environmental engineering, environmental management, ergonomics, fire engineering, industrial hygiene, safety engineering)
  • Information technology

If you are an Angolan National and would like to join our marine operations in Angola, we would like to hear from you. A valid STCW 95 license as a Deck or Engine Officer is required and tanker experience is preferred.

how to apply

If you are an Angolan national and you are interested in combining your talents and ambition with those of our high-performing team, you are encouraged to search our open positions and apply online. If you have an email address, you can complete your profile and apply for a position immediately by clicking on the Apply to Jobs button.

If you do not have an email address, you can use a provider such as HotmailYahoo or Gmail to sign up for a free email account and address. Once you have obtained an email address, you can click on the Apply for a job button to search for open positions, complete your profile and apply to jobs.


In addition to full-time positions, Chevron provides internship opportunities.


In addition to full-time positions, Chevron provides internship opportunities.

Internship opportunities are available for outstanding fresh-graduate and final year university students. Assignments generally last twelve months. When you participate, you'll:

  • Gain hands-on experience by participating in live projects. 
  • Explore skills under the supervision and guidance of experienced professionals. 
  • Use our internship program as a gateway to explore job opportunities with Chevron after graduation.

"We’ve built a higher level of trust with the communities, and evolved a true partnership with our stakeholders. Now the other oil companies are looking at our results and asking to partner with us to learn from our experience."


Manager, Corporate Responsibility and Community Programs

how to apply for internships

If you are an Angolan national and you are interested in an internship, you have to create a profile on the Chevron Careers website and apply for the available vacancies.

compensation and benefits

Chevron's compensation and benefits programs are designed to be competitive within local labor markets and to meet the needs of employees living in Angola.

Programs include the following:

  • Competitive base pay
  • Annual incentive awards when the company meets its established goals
  • Family allowance
  • Social bonus
  • Vacation allowance
  • Christmas allowance
  • Christmas food parcel
  • Situational allowances - for example, offshore allowance, isolation allowance, shift allowance, lunch allowance
  • Housing loan assistance
  • Retirement and savings plan
  • Medical assistance to the employee and immediate family members
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Educational assistance
  • Scholarship for employee's children
  • Service award

career development support

Chevron is committed to your professional development. You'll receive support and tools to create your own career path.