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It’s hard to imagine that just 100 years ago, just 35 percent of American households had electricity and Model T cars were en vogue. Fast forward to present day, and energy companies not only provide the infrastructure that heats our homes and drives our cars, they also help set up future technologies and breakthroughs that will bring newer, cleaner energy innovations for years to come. Check out these exciting new MBA jobs at leading energy companies to see how you can help make an impact in an exciting, and evolving industry.

Risk Analytics Advisor – ExxonMobil

ExxonMobil is the world’s largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, operating in nearly every country around the world. The firm is hiring new Risk Analytics Advisor at its Brussels offices. The new hire will provide risk-related quantitative analyses, including the valuation of risk factors and the optimization of risks inherent in trading strategies. The job requires at least three years experience in energy trading, financial or energy risk management. Data modeling experience and an MBA degree are preferred.

Activities of the Risk Analytics Advisor include:

  • Developing risk and trade valuation models
  • Keeping up with risk management science through academic and industry training
  • Recommend profitable trading and hedging strategies using in-house developed models, systems and tools
  • Securing major new business entries through customized pricing, fuels management, and financial structures.
  • Participating in and supporting market-based asset valuation studies

Check out the Exxon careers page to see more new MBA jobs.

Category Management Advisor – Chevron

With approximately 48,000 employees working in countries around the world, Chevron is among the world’s largest energy companies. The firm produces, transports, distributes, and markets fuels and other energy products. Chevron is hiring new Category Management Advisor to work in the Procurement and Supply Chain Management function at its Houston offices. The new hire will support the execution of discipline initiatives and provide guidance and recommendations to the Category Management Leadership Team as appropriate to progress shaping plan initiatives. The job requires at least five years of related experience and is MBA preferred.

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Applicants to the Category Management Advisor position in Chevron’s Houston office must have at least five years of related work experience. In addition, an MBA is preferred for the role.

Category Management Advisors are expected to:

  • Support Category Management team as well as Supply, Commercial, and Supplier Performance assurance sub-projects as required.
  • Regularly interact with members of the Procurement and Supply Chain Management Team
  • Handle a diverse workload and multiple tasks with accuracy under minimal supervision.
  • Interact, influence, and build trust proven through experience and their ability to collate information and data into meaningful solutions

Find this job listing and many more like it on the Chevron careers page.

Staff Project Manager – General Electric

Over the course of its long history, General Electric has helped launch radio and television, propelled airplanes into the sky and rocketed astronauts into space. If innovation is your thing, GE is right up your alley. The company’s Renewable Energies Division is hiring new Staff Project Manager at its Vancouver and Denver offices. The Project Manager is responsible for the on-time delivery of Utility and Telecommunications software projects. The project manager is responsible for scope, schedule, cost, contract, and risk management as well as quality and customer satisfaction of all assigned projects. The job requires at least six years of related experience and is MBA preferred.

Responsibilities of the Staff Project Manager include:

  • Owning all aspects of solution delivery for assigned Geospatial Information System projects
  • Delivering business outcomes for customers, in line with contractual commitments
  • Building relationships with customers and anticipating their future needs
  • Ensuring involvement of all internal and external project stakeholders
  • Developing and managing detailed project plans and schedules for projects

You can visit the General Electric careers page to browse other job openings.

Business Performance Lead – BP

BP is a British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London. Like Exxon, it is one of the world’s seven largest oil and gas companies. The North American Rail and Truck team is hiring new Business Performance Lead at its Chicago offices. This hire is responsible for providing service support to the team, such as managing financials, performance reporting, and engagement sessions with the businesses BP serves. The job requires at least five years of logistics or supply chain experience and three years of business performance experience. The job is MBA preferred.

Other responsibilities of the Business Performance Lead include:

  • Leading projects directed at the modernization of key processes and activities
  • Applying new and emerging technologies to Team
  • Leading various internal performance management processes
  • Identifying, capturing, tracking, and reporting savings
  • Conducting finance related activities including budgeting and allocation process

Stop by the BP careers page to see more job openings for MBAs.

Audit Project Manager – Dow Chemical

Dow Chemical is hiring new Audit Project Manager at its Midland, Michigan offices. The new hire will join Dow’s Internal Audit group and work to promote an effective control environment through audit reviews, consulting, and education. Audit reviews are focused in areas such as finance, inventory management, purchasing, accounts payable, sales processes, information systems, treasury and payroll. The job requires at least five years of related experience and is MBA preferred.

Day-to-day tasks for Audit Project Manager include:

  • Maintaining in depth understanding of the auditing process
  • Preparing audit plans for specific engagements
  • Developing and implementing data analytics
  • Coaching team members during the audit on best auditing practices and techniques
  • Evaluating information learned to draw conclusions regarding the adequacy of controls

For more employment opportunities, visit Dow Chemical’s careers page.

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About the Author

Max Pulcini
Max Pulcini

Max Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.

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