A First Career That Will Last a Lifetime

Job opportunities for recent graduates and college students.Whether you are looking to work in Research and Development, Engineering or in a business and corporate function; we offer you the chance to hit the ground running from day one.

At Chevron Phillips Chemical, we give you the freedom to design your own career path and we provide you with the tools and training you need to develop to your full potential. With opportunities in 37 manufacturing and research facilities in eight countries, you can experience multiple careers without leaving the company. 

Be sure to visit the Job Opportunities section to see what jobs are available right now.

 

We are always on the lookout for new talent, so we make our presence felt on the campuses of leading colleges and universities throughout the United States, hiring the best-qualified individuals from various areas of study.
Learning & Development
To position you for career growth, we provide opportunities for you to continually expand your knowledge and skill base.​
Rotational Development
Our Graduate Rotational and Development program is a challenging two-year development opportunity designed for talented college graduates interested in expanding their horizons and careers in engineering, research, technology, sales, client services, operations, finance, HR, and general management.​
Performance Management
At Chevron Phillips Chemical, we believe that great companies are built by great people. Our Performance Management process is a tool used to raise our collective success rate and drive the company’s future growth. ​
Career Progression
Chevron Phillips Chemical’s Talent Stewardship Committees (TSC) ensure that our company has the right talent needed for the future.​
Education Assistance
For Chevron Phillips Chemical employees who have the desire to either finish or continue their education, the company offers a Tuition Reimbursement Program to help.​
Internships & Co-Ops
We view internships and co-ops as a chance for you to frame your classroom knowledge with real-world experience.​