Type of Organisation
Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies.
With the ingenuity and commitment of more than 4,000 people, Chevron Australia – headquartered in Perth – leads the development of the Gorgon and Wheatstone natural gas projects, manages its equal one-sixth interest in the North West Shelf Project and operates Australia’s largest onshore oilfield on Barrow Island.
Chevron is also a significant investor in exploration offshore northwest Australia and has a Global Technology Centre based in Perth, which provides technology support and solutions for Chevron’s operations throughout the world.
The Chevron operated Gorgon Project, currently under construction, is one of the world’s largest natural gas projects and Australia’s largest single resource project. Along with Gorgon, the Wheatstone Project – Australia’s first LNG hub - is set to cement Chevron’s position as a major LNG operator in Australia and globally.
With these exciting growth projects and ongoing exploration activities come genuine opportunities for career development and progression – the projects are massive, but the opportunity for graduates is even bigger.
A World of Opportunity for Graduates
Chevron was voted the top oil and gas graduate employer in 2013 by the National Australian Association of Graduate Employers.
Chevron’s Horizons Graduate Development Program emphasises the importance of on-the-job learning with a focus on the first five years of your career, however the development and planning tools used in Horizons will be valuable throughout your profession. The program aims to achieve accelerated technical competency for recent university graduates or graduates with less than five years’ professional experience.
As a Chevron Horizons graduate, you will develop through technical training, assignments and mentoring as you rotate through at least three different real job roles, each critical to developing your skills and progressing your career.
During your time on the program we will ensure a diverse, safe and supportive environment by providing:
• Technical, business and personal skills training
• An experienced mentor for the first two years
• On-the-job learning to help you build the knowledge, skills and attributes you’ll need to remain competitive
• Numerous networking events to ensure you have the opportunity to build key relationships within Chevron
What We Can Offer You
Chevron puts people at the centre of everything we do – from protecting the safety and health of people and the environment, to helping you succeed. No matter where you are on your career path, Chevron offers ongoing education and training to help you develop your skills and expand your career. We are creating job opportunities now and for the future – highly skilled long term jobs in LNG and domestic gas plant operations, maintenance and logistics support.
A Chevron career is not just a job. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to help shape the future of energy.
When you join Chevron, you’ll find a workplace committed to your professional development. In addition to a competitive salary, you’ll receive the support and tools needed to create your own career path. To assist you, we have a dedicated committee of professionals whose role is to help manage your career and set goals for your professional development.
Challenging Job Assignments
The Horizons graduate development program offers graduates diverse and challenging work experience through varied job assignments. You will get unrivalled experience working on two of Australia’s largest natural gas projects.
Flexible Working Options
To help balance your home and work life, Chevron offers eligible employees a compressed work week where you redistribute the hours you would work in 10 days over nine days, giving you a long weekend every fortnight. Field based employees also enjoy a lifestyle friendly rotational schedule.
Health, Wellness and Community Programs
Employees are supported in achieving positive health and wellness and work/life balance, through free on-site gym memberships in Perth, and on Barrow Island. We also have a dedicated team who coordinate a variety of events and initiatives throughout the year. In addition, the company supports and encourages your efforts to give back to community, with employees able to spend a day volunteering with their team.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
Australian and New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents only
Degree Subjects Required for Graduates wishing to apply
• Electrical/Control and Instrumentation
• Environmental Science
• Mineral Geoscience
• Computer Science
• Information Management
• Management Information Systems
• Supply Chain/Logistics/Procurement