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Work at some of the most advanced, integrated petrochemical sites in the industry. Use your training, certifications and mechanical know-how to solve hands-on operations challenges. Join our relentless pursuit to ensure a workplace that is inspiring, innovative, and safe.

At ExxonMobil, we believe in personalized career growth—your first job role is just a starting point for your professional future. Review the featured job families below to see how you may chart your own career path.

Logistics

We’re constantly seeking experts in seeing the bigger picture. Our Logistics group coordinates and manages logistic service, contracts, and technical evaluations for aviation, marine, shorebase and ground transportation. They also work closely with several ExxonMobil career paths to help manage total system costs with a priority on safe, reliable performance.

Example roles: Flight Coordinator, Mfg. Logistics Engineer, Operations Logistics Advisor, Operations Logistics Specialist

Maintenance

Be part of a team that truly keeps ExxonMobil running. The Maintenance group coordinates and manages routine and special maintenance planning, scheduling, and execution. This group works across many ExxonMobil career paths to effectively manage personnel and process safety risk, cost, and to optimize operations with a focus on safety and reliability.

Example roles: Aircraft Maintenance Technician, Electrical Specialist, Flight Engineer, Global Asset Management Manager, Global Construction & Maintenance Engineering Advisor, Integrity Execution Area Supervisor, Lift Specialist, Maintenance & Engineering Manager, Maintenance Planner, Maintenance Scheduler, Mechanical Specialist, Turnaround Planner, Turnaround Planner/Scheduler, Zone Design Engineer

Operations

We’re built on critical support—off-site and on. The Operations group coordinates and manages plant and field processes and equipment. They work with groups across the entire ExxonMobil network, including Maintenance, Logistics, Projects, Construction, and Engineering. Personnel and process safety, risk, cost, and management remain a key focus with an eye on safety and reliability.

Example roles: Aviation Pilot, Competency and Training Advisor, Competency and Training Specialist, Console Supervisor, Lubricants Zone Manufacturing Advisor, Marine Operations Advisor, Measurement Specialist, Operation Specialist, Operations Planning Advisor - Manufacturing, Operations Support Manager, Process Area Second Line Supervisor, Shift Superintendent, Start Up Advisor

Ideal for people who thrive on managing many tasks, spot problems a mile away, and constantly think about better ways to manage people and schedules.

34%

of all new hires are female.

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Over the last 125 years ExxonMobil has evolved from a regional marketer of kerosene in the U.S. to the largest publicly traded petroleum and petrochemical enterprise in the world. Today we operate in most of the world's countries and are best-known by our familiar brand names: Exxon, Esso and Mobil. We make the products that drive modern transportation, power cities and provide petrochemical building blocks that lead to thousands of consumer goods.

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