Graduate and internship programs allow students and recent graduates to explore opportunities at Chevron Phillips Chemical and chart the course of their future careers. Join our network to explore opportunities and set up custom job alerts for future openings at Chevron Phillips Chemical.
Internships enable students to supplement their classroom studies with relevant, real-world experiences. Hands-on assignments allow students to make meaningful contributions to our success, while acquiring practical knowledge to carry with them into their careers. Participants are also able to network with other interns and professionals, and tour some of our facilities.
Summer internships are available in chemical, mechanical, electrical and safety engineering. We also hire interns for supply chain, accounting, information technology, human resources and public affairs roles.
Optional benefits include:
- Medical, dental and vision insurance
- Basic life insurance
- Business travel accident insurance
- Accidental death and personal loss (ADPL) insurance
- Employee assistance program (EAP)
- Relocation assistance and housing allowance
We designed the Graduate Rotation and Development (GRAD) program to help recent college graduates obtain valuable experience in their chosen disciplines — not just engineering and operations, but also safety, supply chain, procurement, sales, finance, client services and human resources.
GRAD is a two-year program that consists of four distinct elements:
- Cross-Functional Rotational Assignments: On-the-job training provides broad knowledge of our business with at least two cross-functional assignments during the first two years.
- Learning and Development: Training is designed to expedite learning about our company and processes, as well as the chemical industry as a whole. Topics are covered in both classroom and online training, as well as through project assignments.
- Mentoring: Participants are paired with an experienced peer advisor to help develop necessary professional skills.
- Performance Management: An ongoing dialogue between you and your supervisor allows you to ask questions, explore interests, obtain feedback on your performance, and establish career development goals.