Exxon Mobil manages the exploration, production, transportation, and sale of crude oil and natural gases. It also manufactures and markets petroleum and other related products.
Since first starting to supply the UK just over thirty years ago, it has gone on to be responsible for approximately 10% of all UK oil and gas production. They serve over a million retail customers each year, and rank in the top ten list of chemical companies in terms of total turnover.
Roles are offered within four areas of the business – Finance, Marketing & Commercial, Refining & Chemicals, and Production. All graduates will have a six monthly progress review to discuss their next steps, with the possibility of a pay rise at each stage.
The starting salary for graduates is highly competitive, at around £34,000 to £38,500, depending on level of qualification. Graduates also receive approximately 25 days of paid holiday per year, as well as the option to buy into a share scheme. If you have to relocate for the role, the available support package is second to none. There’s a £2,500 relocation allowance, alongside practical support and guidance.
Following the Exxon and Mobil merger If ExxonMobil were a nation it would have the 18th largest economy in the world larger than Denmark, Finland, Austria, and Greece.
Benefits of working for Exxon Mobil
£1,000 Bursary on acceptance (tax free)
Optional entry to the ExxonMobil Share scheme
25 days holiday