The Production Company's workforce leverages a global functional organization to manage oil and gas assets. This system allows us to utilize technology transfer and best practice application to generate superior results across the globe. Our organizational structure and consistent processes enable the company to define priorities on a worldwide basis and to deploy appropriate resources where they are needed to achieve our business objectives.
We place significant focus on managing and optimizing base performance and continuously generating growth opportunities to maximize the value of our assets. High-quality reservoir management and rigorous depletion planning ensure optimum long-term field performance and enhance production from existing wells. We continually invest in our asset base to enhance resource recovery, maximize profitability and extend field life. New production volumes are generated through drilling wells, workovers and implementing secondary or tertiary recovery programs.
All of these activities are performed with a structured focus on safety, cost management and capital discipline in combination with a steadfast commitment to operational excellence and employee career development.Your responsibility
As a Facilities Engineer your role will be to provide technical support for oil and gas production and processing equipment. You will be responsible for improving the efficiency of existing systems and maintaining the highest standards of safety and environmental integrity. You will be responsible for technical support of one or more oil or gas fields, specifically by providing an understanding of fluid flow, heat transfer and mechanical equipment. This responsibility could involve working on offshore platforms, inland fields or in one of ExxonMobil's gas plants. Your area of responsibility will grow as your technical competency grows.
As a Project Engineer your role will be to provide project management support for oil and gas operations. You will be responsible for implementing projects ranging from the installation of onshore/offshore pipelines to the modification of new or existing facilities. You will be responsible for coordinating the design, fabrication and installation of a project while maintaining the highest standards of safety and environmental integrity. This responsibility could entail working on platforms in the Gulf of Mexico, inland fields or within a gas plant. Your area of responsibility will grow as your technical competency grows.
As a Safety Engineer your role will be to implement policies, programs and procedures related to occupational safety and health, industrial hygiene and fire protection and prevention for ExxonMobil's U.S. Production operations. You will be responsible for technical support of a project working to provide safety engineering inputs and recommendations, specifically by providing guidance to ensure operations comply with company policies and government regulations to ensure a safe work environment and to recognize and anticipate conditions leading to potential safety issues. Your area of responsibility will grow as your technical competency grows.
As an Environmental Engineer your role will be to implement environmental policies, programs and procedures related to ExxonMobil's U.S. Production operations. You will be responsible for technical support of a geographic region or an environmental discipline, specifically by reviewing and interpreting environmental and regulatory requirements applicable to existing or proposed regulations, and the development of permits, compliance plans, waste categorization and site remediation plans. Your area of responsibility will grow as your technical competency grows.
Most of the new engineers hired by ExxonMobil Production Company do not have a technical background in the oil and gas industry, therefore significant emphasis is placed on early training to quickly develop technical proficiencies and operational skills needed to have a successful career. Early career development and training is focused on providing meaningful experiences to facilitate the technical skill development in the initial job assignment.
During a new employee's early career, a great deal of the training will take place to begin developing an understanding of the operations they will be supporting. The cornerstone of this process is ExxonMobil's world-class training program. Formal training is typically conducted in a classroom environment with instructors and students from all parts of the company; required technical training courses and schedules are specifically tailored to job assignments to coincide with an individual's skill development. Another key aspect to overall development is nontechnical training, which focuses on increasing personal effectiveness, leadership and overall business impact.
In addition to formal training, meaningful work assignments from day one and on the job mentoring are utilized to reinforce skills and allow for the implementation of knowledge. As it is often beneficial for new employees to witness operations and field locations, it is anticipated that travel to producing fields will likely be more frequent early in a career.