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2022-2023: Corporate Affairs Full Time

Chevron’s Corporate Affairs group builds and sustains support for the company’s business objectives by communicating, engaging and influencing key stakeholders - including government officials, the media, employees, and the communities where we operate.

Government Affairs
Government Affairs leads and manages policy development and advocacy on behalf of the corporation with key public stakeholders at the federal, state and international government levels. Government Affairs is seeking a candidate(s) with an awareness of the implications of the political structure and environment in which the energy sector operates. Also seeking experience in international policy as well as an understanding of legislative and regulatory processes within the United States at the state and federal levels.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • With direction, analyze policy/regulatory issues in countries where Chevron operates.
  • Provide support on advocacy initiatives on Chevron’s positions before government, trade, and other third party organizations.
  • Track and report on key U.S. and foreign policy issues in specific regions.
  • When directed, prepare responses to outside inquiries on Chevron's positions on issues, and attend briefings and congressional hearings on foreign policy, legislative, or regulatory matters. 

Corporate Affairs Representatives
Corporate Affairs Representatives provide support for Corporate Affairs at the field level. They act as a bridge between corporate and field offices and have the general knowledge of and the ability to work in public affairs, social investment, and government affairs. Corporate Affairs is seeking a candidate(s) who displays a versatile skill set, including basic understanding of social investment and community engagement, awareness of the implications of politics on energy sector activities, and the ability to effectively create communications that engage external and internal audiences.

Key Roles and Responsibilities
  • Provide support for development of strategic social investment, communications and policy strategies and their alignment with business plan goals and objectives.
  • Collaborate across the Corporate Affairs function, providing support for each job family.
  • Leverage social investment and social media to develop/maintain relationships with key stakeholders such as community, business and political leaders.
  • Support government affairs issues at local and state level in support of our business. 

Public Affairs
Our Public Affairs group achieves these goals by telling Chevron’s story to key audiences to build an understanding of our industry and confidence in our knowledge, expertise and ability to achieve results the right way.  

Chevron’s Public Affairs group is seeking a candidate(s) who is interested in joining our dynamic team. We are looking for someone who can effectively create communications that engage external and internal audiences through media relations, social/digital media, and internal communications. 

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Support tasks related to corporate media relations, employee communications, executive communications, digital and social media engagement and brand management.

Social Investment and Risk Management
Social Investment and Risk Management advances Chevron’s global business and corporate responsibility efforts by partnering with operating companies and business units to identify and manage social impacts, external stakeholders and issues, social investment opportunities, and public policy issues. Social Investment is seeking a candidate(s) who shows a basic understanding of these areas and has strong research analysis and consulting skills.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Supporting strategic stakeholder engagement, social impact management, risk management and social investment consulting opportunities with the field and helping build social performance organizational capability.
  • Conducting research, tracking and analysis of current trends in corporate responsibility and public policy.

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Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breast-feeding and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin or ancestry, age, mental or physical disability (including medical condition), military or veteran status, political preference, marital status, citizenship, genetic information or other status protected by law or regulation.
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