Graduates progress through specific operational roles, to gain a broad range of experiences throughout their career with the company. Rapid skills growth and career development is standard and graduates can expect a high degree of intellectual challenge and change throughout their career.
A broad range of exciting opportunities are available within both commercial and technical functions, where graduates can expect immediate responsibility. Job rotations offer graduates the opportunity to test and develop their skills, applying them to new and exciting challenges.
ExxonMobil offers various development programmes, aimed at equipping graduates with the skills required to become leaders of the future. Graduates will experience early career training and development via functional programmes designed to develop technical or commercial skills.
Graduates will receive personal skills training tailored to their individual needs and are also offered support towards studying for professional qualifications, such as IChemE, IMechE and CIPD. ExxonMobil is a Gold Corporate Partner of the IChemE and Simon Downing, Fawley Refinery Manager, ExxonMobil has said: “The award of IChemE Gold Partner status is external acknowledgement of the excellent technical training and mentoring programme we provide to young engineers. It also demonstrates our commitment to ensuring we support Chemical Engineers to achieve their Chartered and Fellow status.”
For Graduates, in addition to the competitive base salary and relocation allowance, employees are also offered a matched 2-for-1 share scheme, final salary pension plan, private health care scheme, 33 days holiday per annum (including public holidays), interest-free loan, tailored graduate training and continuous development, free sports facilities and subsidised dining facilities at most locations, voluntary community activities, international opportunities and regular job rotations (typically every one to three years) with opportunities to develop and hone skills.