Shell Martinez Refinery is accepting applications in the Maintenance Department. The process is currently underway; please encourage candidates you believe would be successful in our working environment to apply. Refer them to this email for instructions on how to be considered.

Direct Links:

Instrument/Analyzer Tech

Electrician

Machinist

Step by step:

  • Type the following URL in a web browser: http://www.shell.us/aboutshell/careers-tpkg/operators-technicians.html
  • Once you have found Explore our current opportunities, select Maintenance, Reliability and Turnarounds and click on the image of the magnifying glass. This will pull up all Operations and Craft openings
  • Search for:
    Instrument/Analyzer Technician - Shell Martinez Refinery - 47409BR
    Electrician - Shell Martinez Refinery - 56936BR
    Journeyman Machinist/Millwright - Shell Martinez Refinery - 56868BR
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the selected posting and click on Apply for this opportunity this will take you to the page where you may apply for the position.

Candidates must complete and submit an on-line application form, together with an up-to-date resume. First-time users of the Shell system are required to validate their email. During the application process, candidates will answer questions that help us look at profiles and resumes in a structured way. After the application is submitted, an email is generated to inform the candidate it was successfully received. All candidate correspondence will be conducted electronically via the email they supply with their application.

To be considered, all candidates must submit their resume and application online. No walk-in, telephone, or mail expressions of interest will be accepted.

For technical questions, email careers@shell.com. For all other inquiries, email opsrecruitment@shell.com.

Please encourage candidates you believe would be successful in our working environment to apply.

Thank you!

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