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Internship Opportunities in Advanced Process Control and Optimization

ExxonMobil is searching for Chemical Engineering students pursuing a pr
process control and optimization focused PhD program, for internship ex
experience during summer 2019. The work locations are ExxonMobil's central en
engineering offices in Spring/Houston (TX), and petrochemical complexes in Ba
Baytown (TX) and Beaumont (TX).

During this applied research focused internship, students will gain 
exposure to the real-life challenges associated with innovative advanced control a
control and optimization solutions for large, complex petrochemical processes
processes. Appropriate blend of technology innovation and business impact of techno
of technology solutions will be a key learning. Preference will be given to candidate
candidates whose graduate research is aligned with ExxonMobil's R&D programs,
programs, and candidates who are at least midway through their research program.

program.

*IMPORTANT* This announcement is for a specific set of opportunities only. Student
Students should take advantage of ExxonMobil Recruiting Team's campus visits 
visits to pursue extensive list of opportunities that exist within ExxonMo
ExxonMobil.
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ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will recei
receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, relig
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, prote
protected veteran status, or disability status.
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Instructions to Apply for a New ExxonMobil Job/Position

For internships, please use one of the following links:
https://jobs.exxonmobil.com/ExxonMobil/job/Houston-PhD-Students-Seeking-Optimization
Optimization-Scientist-Internship-Opportunities-TX-77001/503243600/
https://jobs.exxonmobil.com/ExxonMobil/job/Houston-PhD-Students-Seeking-Internships
Internships-Co-Op-Opportunities-TX-77001/496916300/

From above links students can select the “Apply Now” dropdown menu for appl
application options.  Each of these will require students so set up an acco
account to complete the application process.

Regards,

Tyler A. Soderstrom, Ph.D.,
ExxonMobil Research and Engineering
Email: [log in to unmask]