Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Vancouver – 16 June 2015
Chevron is a good starting job also financially and great way to get experience. I really enjoyed working they're. Typical day at work is like any other work good hours also great people. Since Chevron was my first job it taught me alot of things also great experience. The management and coworkers were the best.
cashier (Current Employee) – Penticton BC – 2 April 2015
very fast paced job and it taught me to be more on the ball with my time management and thinking skills. It helped me to learn to deal with difficult people and situations. Also taught me a lot of patience working with people. The most enjoyable parts of the job include the entering the details for the gas inventory and paperwork of it all.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Merritt, BC – 9 March 2015
hours went by so fast with how busy it was. i liked being busy. I learned that i'm better at math now then i was in highschool and that im a very patient person when dealing with miserable customers and did my best to help everyone out. i liked my coworkers they were very nice and easy to talk to. the hardest part of the job wasnt really hard was just annoying to be in the cold freezer for long periods of time stocking and restocking
Cashier/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 5 February 2015
typically I run a till, (gas pumps, credit/debit cards, cash) clean and straighten stock on shelves help customers in a fast and friendly manner. Enter in fuel price changes, fuel deliveries, end of day fuel tank readings. At the end of my shift I make sure product is put away ( cigarettes and cash ) the store is clean and ready for the morning shift set the alarm and close the store. Most of my co workers are great people, absolutely fun to work with.
The hardest part of the job is the system ( tills) they use are not efficient they crash often and have to be rebooted, this is frustrating not only for myself but for the customers, because I have to shut everything down and reboot, which takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 30 minutes.
close to home and free coffee :)
it is not something I want to do forever. I want a forever job.
Assistant Manger (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 13 January 2015
It was a great work environment at the location I worked at , We were a family . I advanced fast with my employer , got lots of responsibilities and trust from her. Unfortunately Chevron had alot of changes and we were all laid off . Hardest part of the job was the drunk customers . Always had regular customers it felt like a place of home in the location I worked at .
Key Holder (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 6 December 2014
The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to take home bread garden orders that would expire the next day! I learned knowledge on BCLC lottery tickets. Good experience with co-workers and some of the management team.
Hardest part of the job was starting the 2 week offshore, leaving my family.. Typical day offshore was the 12 hour shift and the callengers this thrown up. Being a team member working to maintain saftey standards. Most enjoyable part of the job getting on the helicopter after 2 weeks offshore
Being able to work 4 weeks in 2 weeks, Thus giving 2 weeks at home
All Around Gas Station Attendant (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 6 August 2013
Get to meet new people everyday is exciting. I learned plenty from workplace like cash handling, full service, and maintenance. Co-workers are a good team-players. Hardest part of the job is when I have to do full service during mid winter time. Typically point directions for people.
Great workplace that supports a blanace of school and work
Cashier (Current Employee) – langley, bc – 30 July 2013
I have a great manager and boss, the company is well run and the employees are all heard working and strong team players. We have become a great family at chevron. They have all supported me when i needed it and adjusted their schedules to work with mine.
Gas Station Attendant (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 24 May 2013
A day at work would consist of mostly helping customers with dispensing of fuel and in-store purchases. Helping customers with air-pressure checks, oil checks and filling and giving information about current promotions.
I learned that working with customers can be challenging but also rewarding at the same time. Knowing that I was able to help and provide a free service while having the customer leave with a smile.
Management plays a major role in making schedules and adjusting, providing useful safety tips and helping answer customers questions when needed.