Graduate 2022 - Drilling & Well
Location(s):Stavanger, Bergen, Stjørdal, Harstad
Discipline:Drilling & Well
Education Preferred:Master's Degree or PhD
Experience Preferred:Less than 2 years
Closing Date:Aug 31 2021
As graduate at Equinor, you’ll be joining 20,000 colleagues delivering oil, gas, wind and solar power to 170 million people worldwide. By 2050, we aim to become a net-zero company and deliver the energy the world needs without contributing to global warming. It’s one of the defining challenges of our time and attracting and developing the brightest minds will be critical to our success.
Our Corporate Graduate Programme is aimed at master’s or PhD applicants from both technical and non-technical backgrounds. To be eligible you must have graduated or be able to graduate by the end of 2022.
You'll join us on a 2-year programme that includes rotations of 3-12 months across functions, business areas or locations. We can't guarantee where each rotation will be, but wherever you land, we'll provide you with the tools and the experience required to develop into a specialist in your chosen field. This includes access to a mentor and a buddy, learning sessions to get to know our business, and plenty of opportunities to network and share experiences with your peers.
The Drilling and Well (D&W) network in Equinor have more than 1200 employees. We have a worldwide corporate responsibility for D&W activities, and we are currently running approximately 40 operations from platforms, rigs and vessels.
Our graduates are given early responsibility. The most common tasks are to plan for drilling and completion operations, well interventions or subsea activities.
Graduates in the D&W network will have 2 to 3 rotations during their first two years of employment. The rotations can be within the D&W network or to other business areas in Equinor.Interested to explore where else you could start your career in Equinor? You can read more about the various disciplines we recruit for here.
Some qualities are essential for Equinor. You identify with our values, open, collaborative, courageous and caring, which guide our decisions and help us succeed and grow. You make safety your priority and contribute to our zero-harm culture. For this position, we are also looking for:
- Master’s degree or PhD with good academic record within Petroleum Technology, Subsea Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Cybernetics, Data Science and Industrial Economics.
- No more than two years of relevant fulltime work experience
- Fluent in English and preferably a second working language
- Extracurricular activities and/or voluntary work is an advantage
Your personal qualities:
- Ability to live by our safety and security expectations
- High ethical standards
- Good communication skills
- Global mindset
- Team player with the ability to work and deliver results in a diverse environment
- Have a positive attitude to take on new challenges and adapt to dynamic environments
Please make sure that when applying, you attach the following:
- CV/ resume in English
- transcripts of records (or other documents describing subjects and grades) obtained to this point during your studies in English or Scandinavian language. If you are in the process of completing a degree, please upload an official temporary transcript.
Applications submitted without these attachments will unfortunately not be evaluated.
To ensure an efficient recruitment process, please be informed that you may apply for a maximum of three Graduate roles per country.
Candidates are expected to openly offer all relevant information about themselves during the recruitment process. All permanent and temporary hires will be screened against relevant sanctions lists to ensure compliance with sanctions law.
To succeed together, we all need to feel able to perform at our best. That’s why we offer:
- Learning and development. Ensuring our people are always learning and developing will be essential if we want to deliver on our ambitious targets. As a graduate, this means on-the job-training and mandatory physical and virtual learning modules, work rotations, networking opportunities and access to courses offered by our Equinor university.
- Wellness and work-life balance. Ensuring that our people feel supported, valued, and healthy is important to us. That’s why our benefits packages are designed to help you balance work and life at all stages of your career, including health insurance for your physical and mental wellbeing, a flexible working policy and a global parental leave policy.
- An inclusive culture. An inclusive culture allows us to harness the unique experiences, knowledge and backgrounds of our 20,000 employees. Ultimately, we believe we’ll be more creative, innovative, and resilient if everyone in Equinor feels safe in bringing their whole self and their ideas to work.
- Financial rewards. Equinor’s compensation package includes a fair cash compensation and an opportunity to join our share savings plan. In most of our locations we offer pension arrangements aiming to safeguard our employees after retirement.
For more information visit Equinor’s website: https://www.equinor.com/