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Chevron is a global leader in providing integrated energy companies safe and reliable energy. The people who make up Chevron are accredited for the company's success through their commitment to getting results the right way. That way is achieved through operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and exploring new opportunities for profitable growth.

All of this is chalked up to the Chevron Way. This way of life, so to say, is a proven method that has been integrated in every career at Chevron from its beginning to its present. The Chevron Way is understood as being a way to explain who is behind the name, what they believe, how they achieve success and what goals they're striving to accomplish. The Chevron Way paves the path to future success as the company continues to develop the energy that powers the world forward.

Diving Into the Values at Chevron

The energy that powers The Chevron Way is the company's vision: To be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance. But the heart and soul of the company are the values that uphold their beliefs. The values act as a guide for making the best, informed decisions for Chevron.

  • High Performance: Chevron employees are passionate about delivering results, and strive to continually improve. They hold each other accountable for their actions and outcomes. The employees apply proven processes in a fit-for-purpose manner and always look for innovative and agile solutions.
  • Diversity and Inclusion: Everyone at Chevron learns from and respects the cultures in which they operate. With an inclusive work environment that values the uniqueness and diversity of individual talents, experiences and ideas, it's clear that everyone is welcome here.
  • Integrity and Trust: The team members at Chevron are honest with themselves and others, and honor their commitments. They trust, respect and support each other. Team members earn the trust of their colleagues and partners by operating with the highest ethical standards in all they do.
  • Protect People and the Environment: With a high priority placed on the health and safety of the workforce and protection of assets, communities and the environment, everyone feels appreciated at Chevron. Everyone works hard to deliver world-class performance with a focus on preventing high-consequence incidents.
  • Partnership: Within Chevron, the teammates build trusting and mutually beneficial relationships through collaboration within communities, governments, customers, suppliers and other business partners. They believe they are most successful when the partners succeed with them.
  • While the values are the company's foundation, the company relies on its strategies to deliver industry-leading results. The strategies are a guide to whatever action is taken to come up with these results. The strategies are also seen as a way to strengthen shareholder value in any business environment.

    The major business strategies at Chevron are:

  • Upstream: Chevron strives to develop top notch resource opportunities while producing returns that lead the industry.
  • Downstream and Chemicals: Chevron specifically targets investments toward its industry-leading returns while seeing growth in earnings across the value chain.
  • Midstream: Chevron provides operational, commercial and technical expertise that help enhance the results that are seen in the first two strategies.
  • The 0enterprise strategies at Chevron include:

  • Growth: Through identifying Chevron's competitive advantages, the team is able to use those to grow profits and returns.
  • Execution: By being disciplined in operational excellence, capital stewardship and cost efficiency, Chevron delivers industry-leading results.
  • People: The company invests in its people as a way to empower them to work in a highly-competent environment that delivers results in a safe and reliable way.
  • Technology and Functional Excellence: Performance at Chevron is differentiated through technology and functional expertise.
  • Closing the Gender Gap

    Advocating for Real Change

    From early on, Chevron joined the Men Advocating Real Change gender inclusion program to foster an environment that is equal across all domains. Through this program, the company believes it has the ability to build self-awareness, foster individual inclusion skills and sustain a culture of inclusion across the organization.

    In addition, the company awarded a $5 million grant to Catalyst. The global nonprofit works to advance gender equality in the workplace. The grant donation was made in support of expanding the Men Advocating Real Change program. The program has a focus of encouraging male executives and leaders to promote an environment of inclusion. The executives and leaders are empowered to influence more equitable talent management systems and processes, and build effective partnerships across genders.

    "Our aim is to improve workforce demographics globally by providing equal opportunity through recruitment, development and promotion without regard to gender or race," said Lee Jourdan, Chief Diversity Officer. "Generally, our desire is to create a culture where everyone can do their best, everyone can participate, everyone can feel included. When everyone's in, everyone wins."

    Chevron Humankind

    Powering Support Through Volunteerism

    At Chevron employees are encouraged to give back to the communities they serve. Whether it's through applying skills, experience or energy to volunteer activities or donating financially, Chevron employees are known for more than just providing safe and reliable energy. The volunteer activities the employees take part in cover a large basis of helping communities thrive. From helping improve education or providing basic needs, to fostering new business opportunities or strengthening the communities as a whole, Chevron employees are there to provide support throughout every year.

    The giving back aspect to Chevron's culture is powered by the Chevron Humankind initiative. Through this initiative, employees have donated more than $35.2 million through their employee and retiree giving and company matching funds. More than 7,300 Chevron employees and retirees have volunteered through the initiative. And more than 274,200 volunteer hours were logged in the United States alone. Chevron Humankind benefitted 2,185 charitable organizations through employees' volunteer time.

    With a supportive culture that is founded on giving back, it's no wonder so many people love working at Chevron.

    The Organization’s Mission

    We develop the energy that improves lives and powers the world forward.

    Perks of Working at Chevron

    Industry

    Oil, Gas and Consumable Fuels

    Revenue

    $146.5B

    Employees

    44,679

    Founded in

    1879

    Headquarters

    San Ramon, CA

    Website

    www.chevron.com

    Organization Type

    Public

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    The Team At Chevron

    Key People
    • Michael K. (Mike) Wirth (Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer)
    • Pierre R. Breber (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)
    • Mary A. Francis (Corporate Secretary and Chief Governance Officer)
    • Joseph C. Geagea (Executive Vice President, Technology, Projects and Services)
    • David A. Inchausti (Vice President and Controller)
    • James W. Johnson (Executive Vice President, Upstream)
    • Charles N. Macfarlane (Vice President and General Tax Counsel)
    • Navin K. Mahajan (Vice President and Treasurer)
    • Rhonda J. Morris (Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer)
    The Inside Scoop
    Our company's foundation is built on our values, which distinguish us and guide our actions to deliver results. We conduct our business in a socially and environmentally responsible manner, respecting the law and universal human rights to benefit the communities where we work.
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    The Culture At Chevron

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    If you're ready to grow with us and become part of our vision of being the premier Chemical Company, apply today!
    We show our commitment by volunteering locally and making a pledge to sustainability.

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    Chevron Rankings

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    Chevron Salaries

    How much does Chevron pay?
    The national average salary for a Chevron employee in the United States is $55,689 per year. Employees in the top 10 percent can make over $120,000 per year, while employees at the bottom 10 percent earn less than $25,000 per year.
    9.9
    Salary Score
    Average Employee Earnings

    Chevron Salaries By Job Title

    The average employee at Chevron earns a yearly salary of $55,689 per year, but different jobs can earn drastically different salaries. Some of the positions that earn high wages at Chevron include team leader, human resources business partner, store manager, and lead technician. A typical team leader salary at Chevron is $174,819 per year. Some of the other roles at Chevron are cook/server and cashier. A worker with the title cook/server at Chevron earns an average salary of $27,647 per year.
    Job Title
    Title
    ascdesc
    Average Salarydesc
    Team Leader
    Salary Range153k - 199k$175k$174,819
    Human Resources Business Partner
    Salary Range140k - 174k$157k$156,684
    Store Manager
    Salary Range131k - 157k$144k$143,734
    Lead Technician
    Salary Range120k - 140k$130k$130,041
    Petroleum Engineer
    Salary Range113k - 148k$130k$129,927
    Scientist
    Salary Range117k - 135k$126k$125,886
    Geologist
    Salary Range108k - 139k$123k$122,747
    Geophysicist
    Salary Range110k - 136k$123k$122,745
    Assistant Manager
    Salary Range109k - 131k$120k$119,864
    Reservoir Engineer
    Salary Range103k - 137k$120k$119,563
    $89k
    $199k

    Chevron Careers

    On average, employees at Chevron stay with the company for 3.4 years. Employees most commonly join Chevron after leaving Walmart. When they leave Chevron, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.

    Average Length of Employment

    Exxon Mobil
    3.6 years
    BP America
    3.5 years
    Chevron
    3.4 years
    Valero Energy
    2.3 years

    Top Employers Before Chevron

    Walmart
    13.5 %

    Top Employers After Chevron

    Walmart
    17.7 %

    Chevron Employee Demographics

    10.0
    Diversity Score
    We calculated the diversity score of companies by measuring multiple factors, including the ethnic background, gender identity, and language skills of their workforce.

    Chevron Employees Education

    Of the 44,679 employees at Chevron, 19.2% attended University of Houston. Employees at Chevron most frequently majored in Business, and most employees’ highest level of education is a Bachelors.

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    Chevron Employee Political Affiliation

    Chevron employees are most likely to be members of the Republican Party. The largest donation made to a political party by a Chevron employee was by John Watson. John Watson donated $395,100 to the Republican Party.

    Employee Political Donations

    NameascdescJob TitleascdescPartyascdescDonationascdesc
    John WatsonChief Executive Officer
    John Watson
    Chief Executive Officer
    Chief Executive Officer
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $395,100Republican Party
    $395,100
    Jay PryorBusiness Developer
    Jay Pryor
    Business Developer
    Business Developer
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $170,100Republican Party
    $170,100
    Lisa BarryVice President
    Lisa Barry
    Vice President
    Vice President
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $116,007Republican Party
    $116,007
    Michael WirthExecutive Vice President
    Michael Wirth
    Executive Vice President
    Executive Vice President
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $100,500Republican Party
    $100,500
    David ReillyChief Executive Officer
    David Reilly
    Chief Executive Officer
    Chief Executive Officer
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $91,150Republican Party
    $91,150
    Hewitt PateVice President
    Hewitt Pate
    Vice President
    Vice President
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $46,100Republican Party
    $46,100
    Lydia BeebeExecutive
    Lydia Beebe
    Executive
    Executive
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $36,450Republican Party
    $36,450
    JOE LaymonVice President
    JOE Laymon
    Vice President
    Vice President
    Democratic Party
    Democratic Party
    $28,700Democratic Party
    $28,700
    Joffrey PryorEngineer
    Joffrey Pryor
    Engineer
    Engineer
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $21,600Republican Party
    $21,600
    Pierre BreberExecutive
    Pierre Breber
    Executive
    Executive
    Republican Party
    Republican Party
    $21,500Republican Party
    $21,500
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    Chevron Financial Performance

    9.9
    Performance Score
    We calculated the performance score of companies by measuring multiple factors, including revenue, longevity, and stock market performance.

    Revenue

    > $1B

    Founded in

    1879

    Organization type

    Public

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    Chevron Subsidiaries

    Subsidiaries to Chevron include Saxon Oil Co and Iron Horse Insurance Co. Employees at the parent company, Chevron, earn $55,689. In comparison, the salaries at Saxon Oil Co and Iron Horse Insurance Co are $55,235 and $34,590.
    Company
    ascdesc
    Average Salarydesc
    Saxon Oil Co
    Salary Range36k - 83k$55k$55,235
    Iron Horse Insurance Co
    Salary Range23k - 49k$35k$34,590
    $23k
    $83k

    Chevron Competitors

    Competitors of Chevron include ConocoPhillips, General Electric, and Pfizer. Employees at ConocoPhillips earn more than most of the competition, with an average yearly salary of $100,284. Employees at General Electric earn an average of $83,468 per year, and the employees at Pfizer earn an average salary of $82,877 per year.
    Companydesc
    Average Salarydesc
    ConocoPhillips
    Salary Range79k - 125k$100k$100,284
    General Electric
    Salary Range64k - 107k$83k$83,468
    Pfizer
    Salary Range64k - 106k$83k$82,877
    Delek US Holdings
    Salary Range59k - 104k$79k$78,920
    Hess
    Salary Range48k - 99k$70k$69,850
    Halliburton
    Salary Range52k - 88k$69k$68,536
    The Dow Chemical Company
    Salary Range52k - 86k$67k$67,058
    Baker Hughes, a GE company
    Salary Range50k - 86k$66k$65,876
    Exxon Mobil
    Salary Range40k - 89k$60k$60,082
    Western Refining
    Salary Range40k - 87k$60k$59,717
    $23k
    $125k

    Frequently Asked Questions about Chevron

    When was Chevron founded?

    Chevron was founded in 1879.

    How many Employees does Chevron have?

    Chevron has 44,679 employees.

    How much money does Chevron make?

    Chevron generates $146.5B in revenue.

    What industry is Chevron in?

    Chevron is in the oil, gas and consumable fuels industry.

    What is Chevron's mission?

    Chevron's mission statement is "We develop the energy that improves lives and powers the world forward."

    What type of company is Chevron?

    Chevron is a public company.

    Who are Chevron's competitors?

    Chevron competitors include Exxon Mobil, Saxon Oil Co, Valero Energy, BP America, Shell Energy North America, Phillips 66, Western Refining, The Dow Chemical Company, 3M, Sunoco, Hess, ConocoPhillips, Iron Horse Insurance Co, CITGO Petroleum, Airgas, General Electric, Halliburton, Pfizer, Baker Hughes, a GE company, Delek US Holdings.

    Who works at Chevron?

    Michael K. (Mike) Wirth (Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer)

    Pierre R. Breber (Vice President and Chief Financial Officer)

    Mary A. Francis (Corporate Secretary and Chief Governance Officer)

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    Updated December 31, 2020

    Zippia gives an in-depth look into the details of Chevron, including salaries, political affiliations, employee data, and more, in order to inform job seekers about Chevron. The employee data is based on information from people who have self-reported their past or current employments at Chevron. While we have made attempts to ensure that the information displayed are correct, Zippia is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. The data presented on this page does not represent the view of Chevron and its employees or that of Zippia.

    Chevron may also be known as or be related to CHEVRON CORP, Chevron, Chevron Corporation, chevron usa, chevron phillips chemical company, chevron refinery and chevron texaco.