Chevron

Every day, our employees strive to responsibly manage the environmental aspects of our operations. We make continual improvement in our environmental performance by following our Operational Excellence Management System (OEMS), and our Environmental Stewardship (ES) Corporate Standard Process, which require our businesses to systematically identify, assess and prioritize environmental risk and improvement opportunities. We also measure our environmental performance, which enables us to make informed business decisions around protection of the environment.

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Chevron Houston, TX, USA
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of  Toxicologist/ Risk Assessor  located in  Houston, TX or San Ramon, CA  through  May 4th,  2018  at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).  Overview: Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to: Evaluates the potential human health impact of chemicals found in environmental media (soil, water, air, biota) at Chevron operating and legacy sites world-wide. Understands and can appropriately apply human health risk assessment guidance developed by U.S. and international regulatory agencies to environmental projects. Provides strategic direction to Chevron operating company customers for effective risk management of potential exposure to these chemicals. Identifies gaps in scientific knowledge needed to effectively assess potential health risks. Develops and implements scientific studies needed to fill gaps and improve the science of health risk assessment. Communicates the potential health impacts of environmental chemicals to internal Chevron customers and external stakeholders, including regulatory agency personnel and the public. Understands and is familiar with applicable international, federal and state environmental management regulations. Provides knowledge on emerging scientific issues, legislative and regulatory changes/trends to Chevron customers to shape and support advocacy efforts. Provides litigation support including critical review, synthesis, and expertise in epidemiology, toxicology, and causation Participates on industry-wide trade associations, technical workgroups, and scientific advocacy committees to address toxicology, risk assessment and/or exposure assessment issues of interest to Chevron. Develops knowledge of Chevron products/operations and applying toxicology and health risk assessment principles to solve problems and add business value. Serves as a member of the Chevron Emergency Information Center, being on-call on rotation periodically during off-hours. Provides health, safety and environmental information on products or other chemicals to customers and other callers, including physicians and emergency response personnel. Working environment characterized by high degrees of complexity and ambiguity with fixed deadlines and travel (domestic and international) requirements.  Required Qualifications: Master’s degree required/ PhD preferred in toxicology, public health, environmental health sciences or closely related field. Applicants with a Masters or PhD Degree, will only be required to have a minimum of one (1) year related experience In lieu of Master Degree/or PhD, a Bachelor’s with 10 years of experience would be considered Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences including internal customers, regulatory agencies, and the public. Effective oral and written communication skills imperative. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain good customer relations and promote understanding of customer requirements and expectations. This job requires travel, approximately 25% travel (domestic and/or international)  Preferred Qualifications:   Knowledge of human health exposure and risk assessment techniques, especially as applied to the evaluation of environmental exposures associated with the petroleum industry operations. Strong scientific background in biomedical sciences; computer spreadsheet/database analytics/presentation skills; experience in biomonitoring/environmental data collection; clear, concise communication style; analytical laboratory methods, advanced chemistry, and genetics experience a plus. Demonstrated ability to effectively self-manage multiple projects including attention to business partner requirements, problem-solve, developing and meeting budgets and timelines, fostering teamwork on multidisciplinary projects, and skillful communication to enable effective collaboration with technical and business partners.  Ability to inspire commitment and trust and to build internal and external networks. Ability to work independently and interact effectively with individuals in other scientific disciplines on cross-functional work teams to achieve business objectives and to ensure compliance with corporate policies and global health and environmental regulations.  Relocation Options: Position will be located in Houston, TX or San Ramon, CA Relocation   will be   considered within Chevron parameters. Travel: This job requires travel, approximately 25% travel (domestic and/or international) Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.
Chevron San Ramon, CA, USA
Apr 17, 2018
Full time
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of  Marine Ecologist  located in   San Ramon, CA or Houston, TX  through   April 30, 2018   at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).  Overview: Marine ecologist responsible for providing technical guidance to Chevron’s international and domestic operations and developing and managing research in relevant marine science and ocean studies areas. Responsible for providing environmentally beneficial and cost-effective solutions for aquatic environmental issues (primarily marine-related).  Will act as internal consultant and researcher on environmental monitoring, baseline studies, offshore asset retirement alternatives including rigs to reefs, onshore/nearshore aquatic restoration alternatives. Will apply data-driven analysis techniques like net environmental benefit analysis for decision-making and advocacy and oil spill risk assessment and preparedness planning.  Required Qualifications: PhD in marine biology, ecology, or related environmental science discipline International and domestic travel (25-30%) Willingness to work odd hours to accommodate international business calls Experience developing and managing relevant, collaborative research Strong technical leadership skills demonstrated through innovation and R&D implementation, publications and presentations at scientific meetings Drive to work in an entrepreneurial environment and persistence to stand up for one’s own ideas. Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills Experience and ability to work in a collaborative environment with people of diverse cultures and technical backgrounds.  Preferred Qualifications: 3 or more years relevant work experience Solid understanding of oil and gas operations and their intersection with the marine and aquatic environments Demonstrated experience using technically sound methods to address business needs while improving environmental outcomes Applied understanding of risk assessment in at least one technical setting (e.g., oil spill, ecological, human health). Familiarity with concepts from ecotoxicology Technical interactions with regulators Participation in technical industry groups Application of new technology and science-based methods to marine and oil industry challenges Demonstrated ability to work effectively with multiple levels and functions within an organization. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com And always apply early because employers may close the job listing early.