An electrical engineering job at Shell is a chance to work for global energy leader and to make an impact on the future of the industry.
The Shell Graduate Programme
As a technical graduate, you’ll embark on a three-year training programme that offers talented individuals a comprehensive introduction to various areas of Shell’s business and operations within the Technical area of the Shell Graduate Programme. It’s a robust platform from which you’ll be perfectly positioned to become pioneers in the field of Electrical Engineering can establish a long and fulfilling career.
Joining the Programme you’ll work alongside the industry’s leading technical experts and visionaries, and could gain experience on some of Shell’s most groundbreaking engineering projects. Within Shell you’ll find a supportive work environment, working with teams across the globe. You’ll be encouraged to take an innovative approach, while developing your skills and technical capabilities.
Shell’s Electrical Engineers solve energy challenges: Working in our New Energies business; Integrating new sustainable sources of energy; Applying new technologies to meet Shell’s business objectives; Designing, managing and maintaining safe and reliable power systems for our new and existing assets. An Engineering job at Shell is not only a chance to progress your career with a global energy leader and expand your horizons, but an opportunity for you to make an impact on the future of the industry.
As an Electrical Engineer, you’ll play a key role in successful project delivery and work alongside fellow creative thinkers, problem solvers and innovators keen to push boundaries. We’ll ensure that you are constantly developing your expertise and abilities.
Shell Graduate Programme: Why should I join Shell?
Title: Shell Graduate Programme Why should I join Shell
Duration: 2:10 minutes
Shell Graduate Programme Why should I join Shell Film Transcript
Working at Shell
Why should I join?
“I work with a lot of great people.”
“You’re working on multi-million pound projects.”
“Challenging, volatile, exciting industry.”
“You feel like you’re part of something that’s important, that’s moving, that’s evolving.”
“You’re talking to governments about their energy needs and how they’re going to provide energy for their citizens.”
“We created fuel that’s burning cleaner, less emissions and that’s key to making, let’s say, a society with less CO2 emissions.”
“You’ve got fantastic exposure to some of the real critical issues going on in the energy industry right now.”
“We all know the challenges that are facing, not just oil and gas companies, but energy companies in general, and I wanted to be part of working out that solution”
“Right now I’m working on a project which is to do with carbon capture, which for me is a big deal because as an energy company I feel we should be contributing and we should be looking into ways of making the ways we produce energy nowadays even more sustainable.”
“My projects are interesting, my colleagues are so friendly and supportive, and I see myself developing every day.”
“I get the opportunity to write a DS. Sometimes they get executed, sometimes they don’t, and people value me for that.
“Delivering your goals in Shell requires a multi-discipline approach and also a commercial mind-set, so I’m regularly working in teams of various sizes and thinking beyond the [unclear 00:01:21] is a must.”
“You get the opportunity to move around, see different parts of the business, apply your knowledge in those areas.”
“And if you look at some of our senior managers and look at their careers in Shell, they’ve tried a lot of these things out, and I don’t think a lot of companies let you do that.”
“For example, when I started I knew nothing about reservoir engineering, which is what I do now, yet within a year I was working on key projects.”
“If you don’t want to be inside engineering all your life you can go to commercial or you can do a finance marketing role.”
“You can go everywhere you want, only it’s up to you to take those opportunities and to determine what you value the most.”
Consider a career with Shell
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Roles and responsibilities
As an Electrical Engineer in Shell your responsibilities will develop in line with the competencies you acquire through the learning and development programme. The roles available can include:
- Accountability for the design of a complex electrical system for an oil and gas facility
- A role in Electrical Maintenance /Operations on an oil and gas facility
- Electrical/Project Engineering or Site Management roles available in a wide variety of locations
Training and development opportunities
The resources and learning opportunities available to you at Shell are some of the best in the industry. As a graduate curious to know more about your chosen field you’ll benefit from a well-established learning and development programme, fully aligned with the requirements for professional registration.
We aim to develop your competencies and capabilities in as short a time as possible, and enable you to make the most of the opportunities presented to you from a range of our world-leading projects and international operations. You’ll receive regular progress checks from experienced professionals to ensure you are properly supported on your development path.
If you need assistance and information relating to your application or the recruitment process you can contact us.
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