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Top tips for a career that travels

Helen Doherty - forever curious

From graduate process engineer to FLNG installations

Meet Ceri Powell

Fortune's 21st Most Powerful Woman in Business

Shell celebrates diversity and is proud to have an eclectic and integrated staff in locations across the world. We’re committed to inspiring change in the workplace, and to creating opportunities for development and learning that are open to all our staff.


Life at Shell: Working Offshore

I can make an impact through Shell. We do a number of things to ensure that we produce safely, and I play a big part in that – contributing to projects and different ideas that can have a potential impact in that area.

Michelle Bourgeois, Facilities Engineer

Working for Shell in Assen, the Netherlands

I think that values such as integrity and honesty are really present. I really feel like one of the team. I never get the feeling that I am approached differently by anyone.

Cindy Dirkx

Engineering careers at Shell: Perspectives from a female leader

Dr Selda really makes an impact on me. As a female, and a female leader in this company, she shows that females can play a significant technical role. So it has really inspired us as young potential female engineers to go into this industry and to develop ourselves and to make a better progress in the future. It really is inspiring.

Zhang Kaizi, Nanyang Technological University

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