manufacturing and supply accounting
As a manufacturing and supply accountant, you’ll:
- Interpret contracts and other source documents needed to invoice customers and pay suppliers
- Prepare accounting entries associated with sale, purchase or exchange transactions
- Monitor and control all stock activities for proprietary and third-party plants and refineries
- Provide accounting data, reports and analyses to Chevron products supply, marketing and refining personnel
As an accountant with the excise tax group, you’ll:
- Prepare and file excise tax returns in states where Chevron has business activity
- Learn, and keep up to date with, state and federal excise tax regulations to determine customers’ taxability for new account setups, and to ensure proper Chevron reporting
- Work with state taxing authorities to ensure that Chevron is in compliance with tax regulations
As an accountant in the financial accounting group, you’ll work in one of five accounting teams that:
- Account for acquisition, disposition and transfer of assets
- Consolidate the monthly data to develop financial statements for various Chevron operating companies
- Prepare government reports
- Perform equity and subsidiary accounting
- Account for payroll costs
- Perform general ledger account reconciliation
- Track and report dealer loans
- Apply policies and procedures affecting fixed-asset accounting, which will enable you to provide guidance to internal customers
- Use SAP extensively in performing these activities
credit and receivables management
As a credit and receivables accountant, you’ll:
- Analyze financial statements
- Set customer credit lines
- Manage accounts
- Obtain security for commercial accounts
- Perform account reconciliation
- Develop and maintain customer relations
- Use SAP and decision desktop software applications regularly
Interested technical/professional former employees can use the Alumni site to sign up for Chevron's Bridges program (Bridges). Bridges allows you to be considered for specific contract assignments in the technical disciplines supported by Upstream, Global Gas, and the Energy Technology Company (ETC). Contract opportunities include project assignments as technical specialists, partner representatives, guest speakers, recruiters, mentors, peer reviewers, and advisors to focus areas.
- Effective May 1, 2014, HR Policy 305 – Services of Former Employees will be revised to comply with recent guidance from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The revisions are in regards to rehiring or retaining former employees, and apply to employees who are on the U.S. payroll or who participate in the U.S. retirement plans, or both.
Under the new guidance, former U.S.-payroll employees, regardless of pay scale group, must meet the following criteria before they may be rehired as employees or contractors:
· All employees must be separated from the company for at least six months.
· Once rehired, an employee’s work schedule must be less than 50 percent of the average time worked over the 36-month period prior to separation. For example, if an employee worked full time for the 36 months prior to his or her separation from service, he or she may work part time (less than 50 percent) upon rehire. Exceptions to this rule may apply under the following circumstances:
o If an employee does not take a distribution from the Chevron Retirement Plan, he or she may be rehired on a full-time basis after six months.
o If an employee takes a distribution from the Chevron Retirement Plan, he or she may be rehired on a full-time basis after three years.
- Should a suitable contracting opportunity arise, you will be contacted by the project manager or hiring manager. At the time you are selected for a specific assignment, you will be contracted through one of the program's designated third-party employment agencies (i.e.Beeline, VantageForce). The third-party agency will handle the administrative aspects of contracting for you.
Registering for Chevron's Alumni Community gives you access to the Alumni Web site and the option to apply for Bridges. Register for Chevron Alumni.
Once you are a Bridger, be sure to keep your information updated on the Bridges Application screen, especially the “Summary of Previous Work Experience” section, where you can describe your work on recent Chevron projects. You can view the Bridges brochure here.