procurement/supply chain program
Chevron’s procurement/supply chain management development program (PSCMDP) prepares you for a dynamic career with Chevron – a global organization focused on growth and innovation.
This program will provide the participants with a variety of unique experiences that will serve to develop and broaden critical skill sets and competencies as they progress in their development towards leadership roles within the organization.
who we hire
The P/SCM is designed for graduate students currently enrolled in MBA and/or master’s in Supply Chain Management, and/or Industrial, Mechanical Engineering, Data Analytics program. We look for candidates that possess the following characteristics:
- Have strong academic performance and career interest in supply chain management
- Demonstrate strong analytical skills, problem-solving capabilities and business acumen
- Possess leadership potential
- Can innovate and look beyond standard practices
- Exhibit excellent communication abilities
- Promote teamwork, diversity and integrity
- Are open to learning and exploring a variety of procurement/supply chain business areas
- Two to five years of prior work experience preferable
- Are geographically mobile
Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment visas or consider individuals on time-limited visa status for this position.
what you'll do
The P/SCM Development Program is a challenging program designed to develop a pipeline of future strategic leaders for P/SCM by enhancing participants’ skills and providing a variety of opportunities throughout the enterprise (Upstream, Midstream, Downstream and Corporate center).
full time program
- Two-year program, three 8-month rotation
- Develop P/SCM capabilities and business acumen
- Contribute valuable work to P/SCM function and business
Full-time positions may be offered to selected interns at the end of the internship. Additionally, Chevron hires a select number of these interns into the P/SCM development program.
summer intern program
Intern assignments mirror the experience and responsibilities of P/SCM professionals and are designed to be challenging and rewarding. Participants will intern as a business analyst or procurement specialist where they will gain a better understanding of Chevron's business and learn more about its people and culture.
- 10–12-week internship
- Houston, TX or CA or other locations
- Business-driven assignments
- Variety of P/SCM roles
- Contribute value-add work
- Develop important P/SCM competencies and business acumen
"My summer internship at Chevron gave me the best opportunity for a relationship of mutual sharing and learning between the company, myself, and fellow interns."
what to expect
Assignments are driven by organizational and business needs, and could include one or more projects within following areas:
- Category management
- Procurement operations & digital
your continued growth
While in the program, you’ll receive guidance from the program manager, procurement/supply chain management leaders, as well as an assigned mentor. You’ll also receive regular performance feedback during each rotation assignment.
after the program
The program’s end is just the beginning of your career at Chevron. Your future assignments will continue to be shaped by your interests, performance and development areas, as well as Chevron’s evolving business needs. A personnel development representative will review and guide your continued career development.
"I got to see actual results and see the impact I made – this is quite rare in many internships. The internship provides an abundance of knowledge on the industry, company and supply chain."
where you'll work
P/SCM internships / development program assignments are based on business needs as well as program participant’s development interests. Working in various locations and business units, you’ll learn about our value chain and develop a strong network across Chevron.
Past rotational assignment locations:
United States locations
- Bakersfield, CA
- El Segundo, CA
- Houston, TX
- Richmond, CA
- San Ramon, CA
eliana, supply chain manager
Eliana shapes the supply chain to make sure that Chevron delivers value for our Angola business.