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Engineering - Chevron Intern Program » Perth, WA - a better understanding of the role as a Petroleum Engineer within an integrated Subsurface Team supporting world-class operations and assist... engineering Petroleum engineering Wells engineering Facilities Engineering: Facilities engineers may assist specialist... • Mon, 26 FebChevron
Engineering - Chevron Intern Program » Perth CBD, Perth - Job Title: Engineering Intern Role Type: Intern Program Location: Perth, Australia About the program The Intern program provides students with 12 weeks of paid employment, giving you the opportunity to participate in the industry-leading oil and gas projects while acquiring practical skills relevant to your field of study. We also provide education and training during the program to help cultivate your professional skills within a diverse, inclusive, supportive, and collaborative workplace. We encourage candidates who self-identify as neurodivergent (Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Tourette's, etc.) to apply. The Intern Program is part of a Neurodiversity Inclusion Program and will include accommodations and support throughout. About the role Our engineering function is split up into 3 different streams: Facilities engineering Petroleum engineering Wells engineering Facilities Engineering: Facilities engineers may assist specialist engineers with the resolution of technical issues impacting LNG plant performance and availability. This will include data collection and analysis in support of the offshore and onshore assets operated by Chevron. You will be exposed to real world technical issues as well as the Chevron processes and systems used to analyse and determine the most realistic and commercially viable solutions. You will gain a better understanding of the varied and extensive technical support required to keep these world class facilities operating at their optimal level. Petroleum Engineering: During the Intern Program, you will gain a better understanding of the role as a Petroleum Engineer within an integrated Subsurface Team supporting world-class operations and assist in evaluating reservoir and well performance and provide support to petroleum engineering field operations personnel responsible for monitoring and optimising well performance and integrity. Throughout your placement, you will also be exposed to the routine management of gas production well operations, in order to maintain asset integrity and optimise resource recovery. You will learn how to utilise well condition monitoring and reservoir surveillance data, and how these can impact short and long term business decisions. Wells Engineering: You will have the opportunity to learn how a Wells department of a global oil and gas business supports projects of various complexities to meet the diverse needs of our stakeholders. You will also gain a better understanding of what a career as a Wells Drilling or Completion Engineer involves, and the opportunities it creates. These roles will be based in Chevron's new building at One The Esplanade. Eligibility / Requirements To be eligible for the Engineering Intern Program applicants must be: Eligible to legally work and live in Australia permanently. Studying one of the following engineering disciplines at a tertiary level (any year level): Mechanical Electrical Chemical Structural Civil Process Reservoir Materials Corrosion Mechatronics Effective communication skills with strong analytical skills and a focus on teamwork and collaboration. Available for a full-time work (Monday to Friday) throughout the duration of employment from 25 November 2024 until 21 February 2025 (with the week of 23 December off work) Committed to Chevron's values of diversity and inclusion, integrity and trust, high performance, partnership and protecting people and the environment. Benefits Participate in world-leading energy projects, advance your professional development and begin your career within an inclusive, collaborative and high-performing workplace. A commitment to supporting work-life balance with flexible working arrangements, optional hybrid working model including remote and in-office working, and a compressed working week (nine-day fortnight) where applicable. Direct industry experience, gaining exposure through working across Chevron Australia's world class energy production facilities. Opportunities to attend multiple industry learning events to further your engineering and energy industry knowledge. A competitive remuneration package. Health and wellness offerings including fitness classes, gym access and mental health support. Following completion of the 12-week intern program, students who consistently perform above expectations may be considered for full time graduate positions, where roles are available. How to apply Please ensure you attach your current resume (no cover letter required) and a copy of your academic transcript/statement of results to date (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) and click Apply now. Note: As part of the application process, in case you get shortlisted, you will be required to take an online assessment that measures aptitude and work styles. You will receive an email containing the link that will direct you to the testing portal, at which point you will have 6 days to complete the online assessment. We recommend you allow approximately 60 minutes to complete the assessment in one sitting. If you need to exit, your progress will be saved. Once complete, your assessment score will be valid for 6 months.Failure to complete assessment will not progress your application further. Should you apply for other Chevron Australia intern job postings within this timeframe, you will be required to complete the application process, and in case you get shortlisted, and receive the assessment link, this will resubmit your previous results. Application dates Applications for Chevron Australia's 2024-25 Intern Program is open from 26 February 2024 to 21 March 2024. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this posting prior to the advertised closing date. About us Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies and, through its Australian subsidiaries, has been present in Australia for over 70 years. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Chevron Australia is the focal point of some of Chevron's most exciting projects globally and our employment opportunities will put you on the frontline to help deliver crucial new energy to the world. With the ingenuity and commitment of thousands of workers, Chevron Australia operates the Gorgon and Wheatstone natural gas facilities as well as the world's largest carbon capture and storage system at our Gorgon facility and Australia's largest onshore oilfield on Barrow Island, Western Australia. We also manage an equal one-sixth interest in the North West Shelf Venture and continue to be a significant investor in exploration. Chevron Australia Downstream delivers quality fuel products and services across Australia, operating or supplying a network of more than 360 retail locations, primarily under the Puma & Caltex brands, and an extensive 24-hour hour diesel stop network, as well as depots and seaboard terminals. Our commitment to sustainability has never been stronger. We believe the future of energy is lower-carbon, and we are using our unique capabilities, assets, and expertise to deliver progress toward the global net-zero ambitions of the Paris Agreement. Within Chevron, our New Energies team is focused on areas where we believe we can build competitive advantages including in hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and offsets. Together, we are creating enduring benefits that will help shape our economic future and spearhead Australia's growing importance as a global energy supplier. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion statement Chevron Australia values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people. We encourage people of all abilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, diverse cultures, and backgrounds, LGBTIQ identities, and all age groups to apply. Energy Transition Chevron believes we all have a stake in a reliable and affordable energy system and a lower carbon future. This belief drives Chevron's lower carbon ambitions and the actions we take to advance them. At Chevron we're leveraging the strengths of our talented people and technologies to safely deliver lower carbon energy to a growing world. We aim to lead in lower carbon intensity oil, products and natural gas, and advance new solutions to reduce carbon emissions of major industries. In addition to this, here at Chevron we're growing our capabilities in renewable fuels, carbon capture, and offsets, hydrogen and other emerging technologies. Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law. Perth, Western Australia Privacy and Terms and Conditions We respect the privacy of candidates for employment. This Privacy Notice sets forth how we will use the information we obtain when you apply for a position through this career site. If you do not consent to the terms of this Privacy Notice, please do not submit information to us. 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Engineering - Chevron Intern Program » Perth, Perth Region - Job Title: Engineering Intern Role Type: Intern Program Location: Perth, Australia About the program The Intern program provides students with 12 weeks of paid employment, giving you the opportunity to participate in the industry-leading oil and gas projects while acquiring practical skills relevant to your field of study. We also provide education and training during the program to help cultivate your professional skills within a diverse, inclusive, supportive, and collaborative workplace. We encourage candidates who self-identify as neurodivergent (Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Tourette's, etc.) to apply. The Intern Program is part of a Neurodiversity Inclusion Program and will include accommodations and support throughout. About the role Our engineering function is split up into 3 different streams: - Facilities engineering - Petroleum engineering - Wells engineering Facilities Engineering: Facilities engineers may assist specialist engineers with the resolution of technical issues impacting LNG plant performance and availability. This will include data collection and analysis in support of the offshore and onshore assets operated by Chevron. You will be exposed to real world technical issues as well as the Chevron processes and systems used to analyse and determine the most realistic and commercially viable solutions. You will gain a better understanding of the varied and extensive technical support required to keep these world class facilities operating at their optimal level. Petroleum Engineering: During the Intern Program, you will gain a better understanding of the role as a Petroleum Engineer within an integrated Subsurface Team supporting world-class operations and assist in evaluating reservoir and well performance and provide support to petroleum engineering field operations personnel responsible for monitoring and optimising well performance and integrity. Throughout your placement, you will also be exposed to the routine management of gas production well operations, in order to maintain asset integrity and optimise resource recovery. You will learn how to utilise well condition monitoring and reservoir surveillance data, and how these can impact short and long term business decisions. Wells Engineering: You will have the opportunity to learn how a Wells department of a global oil and gas business supports projects of various complexities to meet the diverse needs of our stakeholders. You will also gain a better understanding of what a career as a Wells Drilling or Completion Engineer involves, and the opportunities it creates. These roles will be based in Chevron's new building at One The Esplanade. Eligibility / Requirements To be eligible for the Engineering Intern Program applicants must be: - Eligible to legally work and live in Australia permanently. - Studying one of the following engineering disciplines at a tertiary level (any year level): - Mechanical - Electrical - Chemical - Structural - Civil - Process - Reservoir - Materials - Corrosion - Mechatronics - Effective communication skills with strong analytical skills and a focus on teamwork and collaboration. - Available for a full-time work (Monday to Friday) throughout the duration of employment from 25 November 2024 until 21 February 2025 (with the week of 23 December off work) - Committed to Chevron's values of diversity and inclusion, integrity and trust, high performance, partnership and protecting people and the environment. Benefits - Participate in world-leading energy projects, advance your professional development and begin your career within an inclusive, collaborative and high-performing workplace. - A commitment to supporting work-life balance with flexible working arrangements, optional hybrid working model including remote and in-office working, and a compressed working week (nine-day fortnight) where applicable. - Direct industry experience, gaining exposure through working across Chevron Australia's world class energy production facilities. - Opportunities to attend multiple industry learning events to further your engineering and energy industry knowledge. - A competitive remuneration package. - Health and wellness offerings including fitness classes, gym access and mental health support. Following completion of the 12-week intern program, students who consistently perform above expectations may be considered for full time graduate positions, where roles are available. How to apply Please ensure you attach your current resume (no cover letter required) and a copy of your academic transcript/statement of results to date (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) and click Apply now. Note: As part of the application process, in case you get shortlisted, you will be required to take an online assessment that measures aptitude and work styles. You will receive an email containing the link that will direct you to the testing portal, at which point you will have 6 days to complete the online assessment . We recommend you allow approximately 60 minutes to complete the assessment in one sitting. If you need to exit, your progress will be saved. Once complete, your assessment score will be valid for 6 months. Failure to complete assessment will not progress your application further. Should you apply for other Chevron Australia intern job postings within this timeframe, you will be required to complete the application process, and in case you get shortlisted, and receive the assessment link, this will resubmit your previous results. Application dates Applications for Chevron Australia's 2024-25 Intern Program is open from 26 February 2024 to 21 March 2024. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this posting prior to the advertised closing date. About us Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies and, through its Australian subsidiaries, has been present in Australia for over 70 years. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Chevron Australia is the focal point of some of Chevron's most exciting projects globally and our employment opportunities will put you on the frontline to help deliver crucial new energy to the world. With the ingenuity and commitment of thousands of workers, Chevron Australia operates the Gorgon and Wheatstone natural gas facilities as well as the world's largest carbon capture and storage system (https://australia.chevron.com/our-businesses/gorgon-project/carbon-capture-and-storage) at our Gorgon facility and Australia's largest onshore oilfield on Barrow Island, Western Australia. We also manage an equal one-sixth interest in the North West Shelf Venture and continue to be a significant investor in exploration. Chevron Australia Downstream delivers quality fuel products and services across Australia, operating or supplying a network of more than 360 retail locations, primarily under the Puma & Caltex brands, and an extensive 24-hour hour diesel stop network, as well as depots and seaboard terminals. Our commitment to sustainability has never been stronger. We believe the future of energy is lower-carbon, and we are using our unique capabilities, assets, and expertise to deliver progress toward the global net-zero ambitions of the Paris Agreement. Within Chevron, our New Energies team (https://www.chevron.com/sustainability/environment/growing-lower-carbon-businesses/new-energies) is focused on areas where we believe we can build competitive advantages including in hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and offsets. Together, we are creating enduring benefits that will help shape our economic future and spearhead Australia's growing importance as a global energy supplier. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion statement Chevron Australia values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people. We encourage people of all abilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, diverse cultures, and backgrounds, LGBTIQ identities, and all age groups to apply. Energy Transition Chevron believes we all have a stake in a reliable and affordable energy system and a lower carbon future. This belief drives Chevron's lower carbon ambitions and the actions we take to advance them. At Chevron we're leveraging the strengths of our talented people and technologies to safely deliver lower carbon energy to a growing world. We aim to lead in lower carbon intensity oil, products and natural gas, and advance new solutions to reduce carbon emissions of major industries. In addition to this, here at Chevron we're growing our capabilities in renewable fuels, carbon capture, and offsets, hydrogen and other emerging technologies. Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law. Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies. Through its subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide, the company is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry. Chevron explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and lubricants; manufactures and sells petrochemicals and additives; generates power; and develops and deploys technologies that enhance business value in every aspect of the company's operations. Chevron is based in San Ramon, Calif. More information about Chevron is available at www.chevron.com. Chevron is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status, or other status protected by law or regulation. • Tue, 27 FebChevron Corporation
Facilities and Pipeline Engineer » Darwin, NT - with legislation governing the upstream and midstream petroleum and geothermal industries in the Northern Territory. For further... • Tue, 27 FebNorthern Territory Government$146933 - 163950 per year
Engineering - Chevron Intern Program » Perth, WA - a better understanding of the role as a Petroleum Engineer within an integrated Subsurface Team supporting world-class operations and assist... engineering Petroleum engineering Wells engineering Facilities Engineering: Facilities engineers may assist specialist... • Mon, 26 FebChevron

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Engineering - Chevron Intern Program » Perth, Perth Region - Job Title: Engineering Intern Role Type: Intern Program Location: Perth, Australia About the program The Intern program provides students with 12 weeks of paid employment, giving you the opportunity to participate in the industry-leading oil and gas projects while acquiring practical skills relevant to your field of study. We also provide education and training during the program to help cultivate your professional skills within a diverse, inclusive, supportive, and collaborative workplace. We encourage candidates who self-identify as neurodivergent (Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Tourette's, etc.) to apply. The Intern Program is part of a Neurodiversity Inclusion Program and will include accommodations and support throughout. About the role Our engineering function is split up into 3 different streams: Facilities engineering Petroleum engineering Wells engineering Facilities Engineering: Facilities engineers may assist specialist engineers with the resolution of technical issues impacting LNG plant performance and availability. This will include data collection and analysis in support of the offshore and onshore assets operated by Chevron. You will be exposed to real world technical issues as well as the Chevron processes and systems used to analyse and determine the most realistic and commercially viable solutions. You will gain a better understanding of the varied and extensive technical support required to keep these world class facilities operating at their optimal level. Petroleum Engineering: During the Intern Program, you will gain a better understanding of the role as a Petroleum Engineer within an integrated Subsurface Team supporting world-class operations and assist in evaluating reservoir and well performance and provide support to petroleum engineering field operations personnel responsible for monitoring and optimising well performance and integrity. Throughout your placement, you will also be exposed to the routine management of gas production well operations, in order to maintain asset integrity and optimise resource recovery. You will learn how to utilise well condition monitoring and reservoir surveillance data, and how these can impact short and long term business decisions. Wells Engineering: You will have the opportunity to learn how a Wells department of a global oil and gas business supports projects of various complexities to meet the diverse needs of our stakeholders. You will also gain a better understanding of what a career as a Wells Drilling or Completion Engineer involves, and the opportunities it creates. These roles will be based in Chevron’s new building at One The Esplanade. Eligibility / Requirements To be eligible for the Engineering Intern Program applicants must be: Eligible to legally work and live in Australia permanently. Studying one of the following engineering disciplines at a tertiary level (any year level): Mechanical Electrical Chemical Structural Civil Process Reservoir Materials Corrosion Mechatronics Effective communication skills with strong analytical skills and a focus on teamwork and collaboration. Available for a full-time work (Monday to Friday) throughout the duration of employment from 25 November 2024 until 21 February 2025 (with the week of 23 December off work) Committed to Chevron’s values of diversity and inclusion, integrity and trust, high performance, partnership and protecting people and the environment. Benefits Participate in world-leading energy projects, advance your professional development and begin your career within an inclusive, collaborative and high-performing workplace. A commitment to supporting work-life balance with flexible working arrangements, optional hybrid working model including remote and in-office working, and a compressed working week (nine-day fortnight) where applicable. Direct industry experience, gaining exposure through working across Chevron Australia’s world class energy production facilities. Opportunities to attend multiple industry learning events to further your engineering and energy industry knowledge. A competitive remuneration package. Health and wellness offerings including fitness classes, gym access and mental health support. Following completion of the 12-week intern program, students who consistently perform above expectations may be considered for full time graduate positions, where roles are available. How to apply Please ensure you attach your current resume (no cover letter required) and a copy of your academic transcript/statement of results to date (unofficial transcripts are acceptable) and click Apply now. Note: As part of the application process, in case you get shortlisted, you will be required to take an online assessment that measures aptitude and work styles. You will receive an email containing the link that will direct you to the testing portal, at which point you will have 6 days to complete the online assessment. We recommend you allow approximately 60 minutes to complete the assessment in one sitting. If you need to exit, your progress will be saved. Once complete, your assessment score will be valid for 6 months. Failure to complete assessment will not progress your application further. Should you apply for other Chevron Australia intern job postings within this timeframe, you will be required to complete the application process, and in case you get shortlisted, and receive the assessment link, this will resubmit your previous results. Application dates Applications for Chevron Australia’s 2024-25 Intern Program is open from 26 February 2024 to 21 March 2024. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this posting prior to the advertised closing date. About us Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies and, through its Australian subsidiaries, has been present in Australia for over 70 years. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Chevron Australia is the focal point of some of Chevron’s most exciting projects globally and our employment opportunities will put you on the frontline to help deliver crucial new energy to the world. With the ingenuity and commitment of thousands of workers, Chevron Australia operates the Gorgon and Wheatstone natural gas facilities as well as the world’s largest carbon capture and storage system at our Gorgon facility and Australia’s largest onshore oilfield on Barrow Island, Western Australia. We also manage an equal one-sixth interest in the North West Shelf Venture and continue to be a significant investor in exploration. Chevron Australia Downstream delivers quality fuel products and services across Australia, operating or supplying a network of more than 360 retail locations, primarily under the Puma & Caltex brands, and an extensive 24-hour hour diesel stop network, as well as depots and seaboard terminals. Our commitment to sustainability has never been stronger. We believe the future of energy is lower-carbon, and we are using our unique capabilities, assets, and expertise to deliver progress toward the global net-zero ambitions of the Paris Agreement. Within Chevron, our New Energies team is focused on areas where we believe we can build competitive advantages including in hydrogen, carbon capture and storage and offsets. Together, we are creating enduring benefits that will help shape our economic future and spearhead Australia’s growing importance as a global energy supplier. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion statement Chevron Australia values inclusivity and promotes a workplace that actively seeks to welcome contributions from all people. We encourage people of all abilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, diverse cultures, and backgrounds, LGBTIQ identities, and all age groups to apply. Energy Transition Chevron believes we all have a stake in a reliable and affordable energy system and a lower carbon future. This belief drives Chevron's lower carbon ambitions and the actions we take to advance them. At Chevron we’re leveraging the strengths of our talented people and technologies to safely deliver lower carbon energy to a growing world. We aim to lead in lower carbon intensity oil, products and natural gas, and advance new solutions to reduce carbon emissions of major industries. In addition to this, here at Chevron we’re growing our capabilities in renewable fuels, carbon capture, and offsets, hydrogen and other emerging technologies. Chevron participates in E-Verify in certain locations as required by law. • Mon, 26 FebChevron
Petroleum Engineer » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification PO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Flexible,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/RSHQ546509 Closing date 20-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Chris Barrand Contact details 0403764063 Access the National Relay Service Key knowledge and experience You have demonstrated experience in onshore well, completion or production engineering including design, construction, integrity management and abandonment. You demonstrate ongoing professional development through networks and or/member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers or registered professional engineer or equivalent. You have experience with shift work, on call or after-hours roster arrangements. Essential / desirable requirements Tertiary qualification in Petroleum, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, is mandatory The successful candidate for this role will also be eligible for RSHQ support in completing industry leading Well Engineering Competency Program (equivalent to the Shell Round 2 Wells Distance Learning Package) The successful candidate is also to complete a government sponsored training course equivalent to Certificate IV (Investigations) within 18 months of commencement. Data analysis and interpretation skills Recommended applicants will be asked to consent to a criminal history check. The person appointed to this position will be required to undertake field work providing incident response and exercising statutory powers to work sites across Queensland, including remote locations. Current Australian driver's licence. Petroleum and Gas Inspectors are entitled to receive an out-of-hours allowance of $7769 per annum (paid fortnightly) to compensate for being on call for 7 days/nights per week and for overtime performed on Mondays to Fridays (excluding public holidays) outside ordinary hours. The role description will outline any qualifications, licences and specific requirements of the role. If you are interested in this job we encourage you to read the attached role description and talk to the contact officer. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies (identical or similar). Appointments are subject to criminal history checks in accordance with section 52 of the Public Sector Act 2022. Prior to appointment, current and previous public sector employees are required to disclose any history of serious disciplinary action in accordance with section 71 of the Public Sector Act 2022. All employees are required to disclose any interest/s that conflict, may conflict or may be perceived to conflict with the discharge of their duties in accordance with section 182 of the Public Sector Act 2022. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO • Sun, 25 FebQueensland Government
Petroleum Engineer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification PO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Flexible,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/RSHQ546509 Closing date 20-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Chris Barrand Contact details 0403764063 Access the National Relay Service Key knowledge and experience You have demonstrated experience in onshore well, completion or production engineering including design, construction, integrity management and abandonment. You demonstrate ongoing professional development through networks and or/member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers or registered professional engineer or equivalent. You have experience with shift work, on call or after-hours roster arrangements. Essential / desirable requirements Tertiary qualification in Petroleum, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, is mandatory The successful candidate for this role will also be eligible for RSHQ support in completing industry leading Well Engineering Competency Program (equivalent to the Shell Round 2 Wells Distance Learning Package) The successful candidate is also to complete a government sponsored training course equivalent to Certificate IV (Investigations) within 18 months of commencement. Data analysis and interpretation skills Recommended applicants will be asked to consent to a criminal history check. The person appointed to this position will be required to undertake field work providing incident response and exercising statutory powers to work sites across Queensland, including remote locations. Current Australian driver's licence. Petroleum and Gas Inspectors are entitled to receive an out-of-hours allowance of $7769 per annum (paid fortnightly) to compensate for being on call for 7 days/nights per week and for overtime performed on Mondays to Fridays (excluding public holidays) outside ordinary hours. The role description will outline any qualifications, licences and specific requirements of the role. If you are interested in this job we encourage you to read the attached role description and talk to the contact officer. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies (identical or similar). Appointments are subject to criminal history checks in accordance with section 52 of the Public Sector Act 2022. Prior to appointment, current and previous public sector employees are required to disclose any history of serious disciplinary action in accordance with section 71 of the Public Sector Act 2022. All employees are required to disclose any interest/s that conflict, may conflict or may be perceived to conflict with the discharge of their duties in accordance with section 182 of the Public Sector Act 2022. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO • Sun, 25 FebQueensland Government
Petroleum Engineer » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Auditing & Compliance Classification PO5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Flexible,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Rockhampton region Job ad reference QLD/RSHQ546509 Closing date 20-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Chris Barrand Contact details 0403764063 Access the National Relay Service Key knowledge and experience You have demonstrated experience in onshore well, completion or production engineering including design, construction, integrity management and abandonment. You demonstrate ongoing professional development through networks and or/member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers or registered professional engineer or equivalent. You have experience with shift work, on call or after-hours roster arrangements. Essential / desirable requirements Tertiary qualification in Petroleum, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering, is mandatory The successful candidate for this role will also be eligible for RSHQ support in completing industry leading Well Engineering Competency Program (equivalent to the Shell Round 2 Wells Distance Learning Package) The successful candidate is also to complete a government sponsored training course equivalent to Certificate IV (Investigations) within 18 months of commencement. Data analysis and interpretation skills Recommended applicants will be asked to consent to a criminal history check. The person appointed to this position will be required to undertake field work providing incident response and exercising statutory powers to work sites across Queensland, including remote locations. Current Australian driver's licence. Petroleum and Gas Inspectors are entitled to receive an out-of-hours allowance of $7769 per annum (paid fortnightly) to compensate for being on call for 7 days/nights per week and for overtime performed on Mondays to Fridays (excluding public holidays) outside ordinary hours. The role description will outline any qualifications, licences and specific requirements of the role. If you are interested in this job we encourage you to read the attached role description and talk to the contact officer. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies (identical or similar). Appointments are subject to criminal history checks in accordance with section 52 of the Public Sector Act 2022. Prior to appointment, current and previous public sector employees are required to disclose any history of serious disciplinary action in accordance with section 71 of the Public Sector Act 2022. All employees are required to disclose any interest/s that conflict, may conflict or may be perceived to conflict with the discharge of their duties in accordance with section 182 of the Public Sector Act 2022. APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO • Sun, 25 FebQueensland Government
Well Integrity Engineer » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Dynamic Oil and Gas ASX Listed Company Melbourne/Adelaide/Perth based Competitive package and employee benefits We are looking for a Well Integrity Engineer to coordinate Well Integrity compliance for offshore wells during operate and maintain phase of well lifecycle, as per Well Integrity Standards. About the Role The role is to ensure well integrity data is gathered, analysed, and used to identify and report risks, and facilitating effective risk management plans to be in place throughout the business. Key responsibilities will include: Coordinating compliance with Well Integrity Management Plan (WIMP) Developing and updating well barrier status diagrams for wells with risk elevation / primary barrier breakdown Ensuring all Beach wells are captured and up to date in the electronic Well Integrity Management System (Wellmaster IMS) Prepare Monthly Wellmaster IMS internal reporting to well integrity risk owners and Wells TA1 Coordinating well integrity risk assessments after initial analysis of the well integrity measurements and data Regulatory reporting of Well Integrity status; activities / forward planning as per regulatory expectations Coordinate the approval of deviations/dispensations with relevant Wells. Engage and coordinate contractors with scope of work to conduct Well integrity and Wellhead routine maintenance programs, onsite diagnostics technical support. About You We are looking for technically proficient individuals with industry experience in well integrity, well engineering or petroleum engineering. Demonstrated understanding of well integrity discipline including drilling and completions, well bore physics, well maintenance, and well integrity hazards including corrosive and erosive mechanisms. With sound risk assessment and risk management skills, minimising potential safety and environmental risk and Well Control Certification (onshore and/or offshore drilling and cased hole operations). This Certification is preferred, or you must be willing to obtain. You will be delivery focused - with the ability to build fruitful and value-adding relationships with a range of stakeholders including Beach Energy Safety, Drilling, Completions and Production teams. About Us Beach Energy is an ASX listed oil and gas exploration and production company. Founded in 1961, our head office is in Adelaide, and we operate in several locations across Australia and New Zealand. Beach's purpose is to 'sustainably deliver energy for communities' and we are committed to producing the energy needed for a sustainable transition - one that supports the needs of societies today, and into the future. See our actions and plans in our Sustainability Report. How to Apply We are building an inclusive culture where we continue to invest in our people and their capability so that we can all bring our authentic and best selves to work every day. We are committed to improving gender diversity and Indigenous participation; we encourage all applications. Please submit your application, cover letter and current CV by 5 March 2024. For this opportunity you must be eligible to work in Australia. • Sat, 24 FebBeach Energy Limited
Electrical Instrument Engineer » Victoria, Australia - About Cooper Energy Cooper Energy is an ASX-listed company, recognised as Australia's first domestic gas producer (to be) certified by Climate Active as a carbon neutral organisation. As an emerging player, Cooper Energy generates revenue from the discovery, commercialisation, and sale of gas to South-east Australia and low-cost Cooper Basin oil production. Being awarded Climate Active Carbon Neutral Certification, Cooper Energy is taking a lead role in Australia’s sustainable future by commercialising gas, oil and other resources for domestic markets. Our People Our people are vital to our success. We strive to be a respected and sought-after employer. We offer an environment where our people can feel safe, included, recognised, respected, and inspired to grow and perform at their best. We provide flexibility, learning experiences and care, underpinned by real values. Our size creates opportunity to know everyone and influence across the business, take on new challenges and learn from some of the industry’s best. Our performance-based incentives include the opportunity to build equity in a business with a clear growth trajectory. Job Description The Role Reporting to the Engineering Manager , the Electrical Instrument (EI) Engineer will be the Electrical and Instrument Technical Authority and designated subject matter expert providing support to both the Athena Gas Plant and Orbost Gas Plant operations and maintenance teams. Core Duties and Responsibilities include: Technical Leadership Ensure Cooper Energy’s electrical, instrument and control systems comply with legislation, applicable regulatory and industry standards and with the policies, management standards, protocols and procedures as described in the Cooper Energy Management System (CEMS). Implement and maintain effective EI engineering assurance, oversight, and governance processes across all of Cooper Energy’s assets and activities, with particular focus on electrical performance standards. Select, implement, maintain, and audit EI standards, as defined in CEMS, for Cooper Energy’s activities. Drive continuous improvement and optimisation in technical processes to support safe and efficient operations. Develop, maintain, and continuously improve the company’s EI engineering technical requirements as represented in the corporate management system (CEMS). Teamwork and Collaboration Collaborate effectively with the other teams in the Cooper Energy organisation to achieve effective operations and project outcomes, with Operations, HSEC, Maintenance, Projects and Risk teams. Support the Operations and Maintenance Teams in delivering positive outcomes in the area of electrical safety and assist in driving technical rigour and discipline across all functions. Participate in compliance and technical audits and gate reviews through project phases and identify opportunities for improvement. Establish and lead close and effective relationships and cooperation with internal and external stakeholders including Engineering, Health and Safety, Environment, Project Manager(s), Operations, consultants and contractors, state and federal government regulators, and relevant industry groups. Apply cross-discipline technical knowledge and provide specialist technical advice, direction, and support to ensure appropriate integration of individual disciplines to maximise overall company engineering performance and to achieve company objectives. Relationships and Stakeholder Management Support implementation and continuous improvement of a positive personal and process safety workplace culture which is aligned to COE’s vision and values. Establish and maintain good working relationships with operational and technical employees. Training and Development Provide coaching and development of EI engineering requirements with operational and technical employees. Identify skill gaps and development needs. Conduct EI system assurance requirements in accordance with CEMS. Monitor and review work practices, promoting innovation and continuous improvement, and provide leadership in introducing improvements in electrical standards and safety. Desired Skills and Experience About You Candidates are required to hold Degree qualification in Engineering and/or Science, and ideally a minimum of 7 years’ experience in the Petroleum or related Industry with specific skills in EI Engineering. Experience with onshore, offshore, and subsea operations including wells, production systems, processing plants and asset electrical integrity also desired. Capabilities and professional competencies include: Knowledge on gas and associated liquids process facilities and operating parameters Knowledge on safety systems and processes Knowledge on regulatory reporting Familiarity and understanding of reservoir engineering and petroleum engineering Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to liaise with all levels of management, staff, and Joint Venture parties This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic organisation with strong values and a clear growth trajectory. • Sat, 24 FebCooper Energy
Electrical Instrument Engineer » Australia - to the Engineering Manager, the Electrical Instrument (EI) Engineer will be the Electrical and Instrument Technical Authority... a minimum of 7 years' experience in the Petroleum or related Industry with specific skills in EI Engineering. Experience with onshore... • Fri, 23 FebCooper Energy
Petroleum Engineer , Resources Safety and Health Queensland » Queensland - Are you an engineer with experience in petroleum and gas wells with a passion to provide expert advice... Society of Petroleum Engineers or registered professional engineer or equivalent. You have experience with shift work... • Thu, 22 FebQueensland Government
Well Operations Superintendent » Dalby, Dalby Area - About UsArrow Energy (“Arrow”) is an integrated coal seam gas (CSG) company, which develops gas fields, produces and sells CSG, and generates electricity. We have safely and sustainably developed CSG since 2000 and supplied it commercially since 2004 – for both industrial use and power generation in Queensland, and for power generation in the east coast gas market. Our vision is to be the most competitive and respected developer of unconventional gas value chains in Australia. Today, Arrow owns and operates Braemar 2, a 450-megawatt gas-fired power station south-west of Dalby and is developing the Surat Gas Project in western Queensland. Sanctioned in 2020, the Surat Gas Project’s first phase comprises more than 600 coal seam gas wells and will bring 5 trillion cubic feet of gas to market over 27 years.Arrow is an incorporated joint venture owned by two of the world’s largest energy companies, Shell and PetroChina. Our CultureAt Arrow, safety is our highest priority and our values – respect, lead, own, solve and integrate – underpin everything we do. We are proud to be a Work 180 Endorsed Employer for all Women. At Arrow, everyone belongs. We have a high-performance culture that celebrates diversity and inclusivity, as one of our key foundations. We believe that enabling people to bring their whole selves to work creates a thriving and successful culture.You will be Rewarded:We recruit talented and motivated people who are passionate about contributing to our journey.Your appointment will be met with ongoing training and development opportunities, to ensure your greatest potential is realised.Our Benefits: An attractive remuneration package. Annual incentive scheme based on company & individual performance. Flexible working arrangements – combine work from anywhere and the office with flexible start and finish times. Work180 Endorsed Employer for Women. Ongoing learning and professional development opportunities. Indigenous support network, ‘Bundagadan’, offering mentoring, workshops and coaching opportunities. Employee Benefits Program - $3000 per year to cover insurances/electricity rebates. Novated leasing, corporate discount programs, lifestyle benefit, specialist health care service access, annual flu shot & skin check and Employee Assistance Program. Gender neutral leave policies, including paid primary and secondary carers’ leave. Bonus 5 days annual leave awarded at 5-year anniversary. We have a high-performance culture that embraces diversity and rewards quality work.To meet our growing demands, we are looking for a Well Operations Superintendent to join our team.The Role: Reporting to the Manager Well Operations, the purpose of the role is to lead and manage well delivery field operations, providing support and coaching to the operations team to safely deliver the Arrow Wells ambition.In addition, you will: Demonstrate a personal commitment to consistently role model Arrow’s values, code of conduct, safety and the environment. Establish positive and productive working relationships with key stakeholders. Model inclusive behaviours to create a safe environment where different views and perspectives are encouraged and valued. Support safe and efficient operation of the Drilling and C&WI units by providing onsite advice, assisting in maintaining flawless supply chain, ensuring high focus on operational performance and assurance. Actively participate in the process for continual improvement and standardisation of well designs to improve safety, quality and technical performance. Assist the Well Operation Supervisors in performance management of their rigs and other day to day activities by providing onsite assistance and advice during critical activities and by acting as a focal point for operations, performance and HSE for the Wells Team in both regions. Represent the Well Operations function in the field by participating in the relevant field leadership meetings, stakeholder management and other activities. Coach and mentor Well Operation Supervisors by setting clear expectations and providing feedback for their performance on the regular basis. About YouYou will demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills along with the ability to contribute to a high performing-team with a second-to-none focus on safety and integrity. To be considered for this role, you will ideally have: Specific petroleum/drilling engineering qualifications. Experience in onshore drilling / work over operations. Industry training in areas of drilling/production technology, HSE and contracts management. Sound understanding of Legislative and industry standards. Recent exposure to Australia oil and gas operations. If you’re excited about this role however don’t meet all the criteria, we would still love to hear from you anyway. You may be the perfect candidate for this role or future roles with Arrow Energy. We are committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace and genuinely encourage applications from all genders and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates. All applications will be considered with utmost confidentiality. One Arrow, One Team. • Wed, 21 FebArrow Energy
Principal Research Scientist Reservoir Engineering » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Acknowledgement of Country CSIRO acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land, sea and waters, of the area that we live and work on across Australia. We acknowledge their continuing connection to their culture and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. View our vision towards reconciliation Child Safety CSIRO is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people involved in our activities and programs. View our Child Safe Policy . The Opportunity Be a key member of the Reservoir Engineering team within CSIRO Energy Contribute to, lead and facilitate collaborative research programs Create a dynamic career path in this exciting role CSIRO is one of the world’s largest and most successful publicly funded research and development organisations. We are committed to outcome-focused research that will generate economic, environmental, and social benefits. We maximise the impact we deliver for Australia by focusing on solving its greatest challenges. As Australia’s national science and engineering agency our innovation and excellence places us in the top ten applied research agencies in the world. We’re the people behind Wi-Fi, soft contact lenses and the Hendra virus vaccine – and we’re Australia’s leading patent holder. CSIRO’s Energy Business Unit is seeking a motivated and forward-thinking Principal Reservoir Engineer to join the Reservoir Engineering Team. The Principal Research Scientist – Reservoir Engineering will bring fresh perspectives, innovative ideas, and strategic vision to collectively shape the future of our research endeavours that support Australia’s decarbonisation objective and energy security. As a key member of the Reservoir Engineering Team, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your expertise relating to fluid transport and storage in porous media with a strong focus on laboratory-based research. You will also bring research experience specific to underground hydrogen storage processes and/or coal seam gas reservoirs. Your duties will include: Contribute to the research direction of the team by identifying research gaps and future trends, and developing project proposals for strategic research to build CSIRO’s capability. Support the global competitiveness and ongoing development of the Reservoir Engineering Team’s experimental capability, by contributing original ideas and concepts for novel experimental investigations, and developing and leading relevant strategic research. Provide leadership and mentorship to emerging scientists. Communicate and promote CSIRO’s science through publication in peer-reviewed journals and at conferences. Generate new and leverage existing networks to build support for research proposals. Support the translation of laboratory observations into numerical models for reservoir simulation. Provide technical leadership and expertise to projects requiring extensive experience in fluid transport and storage processes in porous media and other expert domains as applicable. Other duties as directed. Location: Melbourne, VIC Salary: AU$146k - $161k up to 15.4% superannuation (pro-rata for part-time) Tenure: Indefinite Reference: 95281 To be considered you will need: It is highly recommended that you address the relevant Selection Criteria in your cover letter, in addition to providing your CV. Essential A PhD (or an equivalent combination of qualifications and research experience) in a relevant field such as Earth Sciences, Petroleum Engineering, Hydrogeology or a related discipline. Minimum 10 years post PhD experience or equivalent in the investigation of fluid transport and storage processes in porous media including significant experience in hydrogen underground storage and/or coal seam gas reservoirs. Significant experience in laboratory-based research, including the design and delivery of experimental studies and its translation into numerical models and application to real-world challenges. Demonstrated ability to develop and undertake original, creative and innovative research by generating and pursuing novel ideas and solutions to scientific research problems. Demonstrated publication history of authorship on scientific papers in peer reviewed journals and/or reports, grant applications or inventorship on patent applications. Demonstrated track record of securing external research funding through government grants or industry contracts. Demonstrated ability to communicate openly and respectfully and work collaboratively as a project team member as well as providing effective project leadership. A track record and willingness to mentor and support emerging scientists/engineers. Be recognised as a national authority in the relevant area of expertise and possess knowledge across a range of scientific disciplines. Desirable Experience in the development of mathematical models for fluid flow and storage in porous rocks. Proficiency in numerical modelling and programming, preferably with expertise in FORTRAN. Demonstrated experience in utilising commercial flow simulation tools to validate laboratory experimental data and conduct field-scale analysis. For full details about this role please review the Position Description Eligibility Applications for this position are open to Australian/New Zealand Citizens, Australian Permanent Residents and International Applicants. Visa Sponsorship may be provided to eligible candidates . Appointment to this role is subject to provision of a national police check and may be subject to other security/medical/character requirements. Flexible Working Arrangements We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Diversity and Inclusion We are working hard to recruit people representing the diversity across our society, and ensure that all our people feel supported to do their best work and feel empowered to let their ideas flourish. About CSIRO At CSIRO Australia's national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact. CSIRO is committed to values-based leadership to inspire performance and unlock the potential of our people. Join us and start creating tomorrow today How to Apply Please apply on-line and provide a cover letter and CV that best demonstrate your motivation and ability to meet the requirements of this role. Please provide your responses to the selection criteria in a separate section or as a separate document with your application. Applications Close 19 March 2024, 11:00pm AEDT • Mon, 19 FebCSIRO
Principal Research Scientist Reservoir Engineering » Melbourne, VIC - a motivated and forward-thinking Principal Reservoir Engineer to join the Reservoir Engineering Team. The Principal Research... and research experience) in a relevant field such as Earth Sciences, Petroleum Engineering, Hydrogeology or a related discipline... • Mon, 19 FebCSIRO
Engineering Manager » Alice Springs, Alice Springs Area - Job Title: Engineering Manager Job Type: Permanent, Full-time Location: Midland, TX USA Sector: Oil & Gas: Midstream/Upstream NES Fircroft is a leading global technical recruitment company providing professional contract and permanent staff to a diverse worldwide client base within the energy industry. Our client, a fast-growing EPCM company to the Oil & Gas industry, has a permanent opportunity for an Engineering Manager to be based in Midland, TX.Job Overview Our client is seeking a dynamic professional to join their team as the Engineering Manager. This leadership role will play a pivotal part in overseeing and optimizing the company's operations, ensuring efficient project management, and contributing to the strategic growth of the company. You will have the unique opportunity to join a team of senior leaders with backgrounds from major owner operators and take the best-in-class technical expertise to provide exceptional full turn-key services to the Oil & Gas industry. As the Engineering Manager in our Upstream Drilling EPCM division, you will play a pivotal role in overseeing the engineering and design processes, ensuring the seamless integration of projects from conception to completion. The successful candidate will lead a team of skilled engineers and designers, collaborating closely with cross-functional teams to deliver high-quality solutions that meet or exceed client expectations. Responsibilities: Leadand mentor a team of engineers, fostering a collaborative and innovative work environment. Provide guidance and support for professional development, ensuring the team remains at the forefront of industry trends and best practices. Oversee the planning, execution, and delivery of engineering projects within scope, budget, and schedule constraints. Collaborate with project teams to identify and mitigate risks, ensuring successful project outcomes. Cultivate and maintain strong client relationships through effective communication and understanding of client needs. Act as a technical advisor, providing expertise and insights to clients on engineering solutions and best practices. Contribute to the development and implementation of engineering strategies aligned with company goals and industry advancements. Stay abreast of emerging technologies and industry trends to drive continuous improvement. Ensure the quality and compliance of engineering deliverables with industry standards and regulatory requirements. Implement and maintain rigorous quality control processes to uphold the company's reputation for excellence. Qualifications: Bachelor's or Master's degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Petroleum, or related field). Proven experience in a leadership role within the oil and gas industry, preferably in a consulting environment. Strong project management skills with a track record of successful project delivery. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build and maintain client relationships. In-depth knowledge of oil and gas engineering principles, technologies, and industry standards. Familiarity with relevant software and tools used in the industry. Benefits: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance. 401(k) retirement savings plan with company match. Professional development opportunities. If you are a dynamic and experienced Engineering and Design Manager with a passion for driving excellence in upstream drilling EPCM projects, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Join us in shaping the future of upstream energy solutions and contributing to the success of our clients in the ever-evolving energy landscape.Not accepting H1-B, Visa, or other forms of sponsorship currently. This is an excellent opportunity to become part of a world-leader in the Petrochemical industry. The successful applicant will receive a competitive annual compensation package, annual bonus, strong medical benefits, PTO, holidays, and more. For more information on this opportunity or others, please contact Cameron Huestis at nesfircroft.com With over 90 years' combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world's leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Chemicals, Construction & Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining and Manufacturing sectors worldwide. With more than 80 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients. • Thu, 08 Feboilandgasjobsearch.com
Senior Environmental Scientist (Contaminated Land) » Melbourne, VIC - mining, petroleum contaminated sites, as well as government sector assets for new uses. You will balance technical work... and provide strategic advice on sustainable solutions and engineer projects that will help societies grow for lifetimes... • Thu, 08 FebWSP
Senior Process Engineer » North Sydney, NSW - providing multidisciplinary engineering design, project and construction management services to the Petroleum Products, Oil...-motivated Senior Process Engineer to join our dynamic Sydney team. The position offers the opportunity of an exciting... • Tue, 06 FebVentia
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Roma, Roma Area - Overview Weatherford is a leading global energy services company. Our world-class experts partner with customers to optimize their resources and realize the full potential of their assets. Across our operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities, operators choose us for strategic solutions that add efficiency, flexibility, and responsibility to any energy operation. We are focused on technology development, digital solutions, and defining our footprint in the new energy space. Our ability to provide integrated solutions across our segments will be critical to growth in our core operations and the energy transition. Energy producers face unique challenges every day, so it is our job to create solutions that enhance safety, streamline operations, and sustain uptime to meet or exceed their targets. We operate across the global energy landscape employing some of the best diverse talent in the industry. At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. We invite you to join our passionate, talented, word-class team. When you join Weatherford, you instantly feel connected to something bigger - a community that is grounded by our core values and driven to create innovative solutions for our customers. We celebrate each other's successes, grow together, and learn from each other constantly. Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford. Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Responsibilities Weatherford is looking for driven and determined individuals to join our NextGen graduate program . NextGen is a global leadership development program that is designed to accelerate development of defined competencies and skill sets to prepare you for future leadership positions. After an opportunity to engage with our leadership and hiring team we will offer selected graduates an opportunity to join as full-time employees within our product lines that have job openings. If you are selected as part of the team, you will be mentored and trained on the job and through classroom training opportunities getting your career off to a fast start. As a member of the NextGen program, you will be building expertise and managerial skills and you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, while making a real impact on the job. The position of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry. This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following: Provide testing, repairs, and routine servicing on equipment in the shop and the field. In addition, help generate business to increase revenues through sales of Weatherford products and services. Provide onsite Engineering support for the client, Technical Specialists and Well Site Supervisors on location throughout all phases of the job. Primary technical support for product line systems and its components. Interact with the rig crew and advise driller or company man of events or problem identified during operations. Perform daily preventative maintenance and troubleshoot equipment as required. Assist in time, cost, and labour estimates for completion of job assignments. Recommend measures to improve methods, performance, and quality to increase efficiency. Responsible for daily report, records of events and proper database management of all well data. Attend morning meetings and conference calls as necessary. Writing daily and end of well reports. Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment. Provide reliable, prompt, and courteous service to Weatherford's customers. Isolate and solve complex problems on the job site with the assistance of our technical support groups. Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford. Personal career development through external and internal technical and non-technical training. You will be required to work in a field and an outdoor setting for extended hours; at times, extreme climates. Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. Qualifications If you are highly driven, enjoy extensive travel, comfortable taking initiative, and can work in extreme outdoor environments and balance multiple priorities, you could go far on the Weatherford team. An undergraduate degree acquired within 2022 / 2023 from an Engineering program is essential . Effective English written and oral communication skills are a must, as are basic computer and problem-solving skills. If you are prepared to succeed as part of a strong team tackling varied and complex problems, we would love to hear from you. SPECIFIC NEXTGEN REQUIREMENTS Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering is preferred. Graduation Year: 2022-2023 . Excellent communication skills (both oral and written); Strong problem solving, critical thinking, judgment and decision-making skills. A strong work ethic and leadership potential. Proven ability to work in a team environment. Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home. Willingness to relocate and work in remote locations over several years. This opportunity is open to candidates who have Permanent Full Work Rights in Australia. • Tue, 06 FebWeatherford
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Australia - Overview Weatherford is a leading global energy services company. Our world-class experts partner with customers to optimize their resources and realize the full potential of their assets. Across our operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities, operators choose us for strategic solutions that add efficiency, flexibility, and responsibility to any energy operation. We are focused on technology development, digital solutions, and defining our footprint in the new energy space. Our ability to provide integrated solutions across our segments will be critical to growth in our core operations and the energy transition. Energy producers face unique challenges every day, so it is our job to create solutions that enhance safety, streamline operations, and sustain uptime to meet or exceed their targets. We operate across the global energy landscape employing some of the best diverse talent in the industry. At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. We invite you to join our passionate, talented, world-class team. When you join Weatherford, you instantly feel connected to something bigger - a community that is grounded by our core values and driven to create innovative solutions for our customers. We celebrate each other's successes, grow together, and learn from each other constantly. Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford. Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Responsibilities Weatherford is looking for driven and determined individuals to join our NextGen graduate program. NextGen is a global leadership development program that is designed to accelerate development of defined competencies and skill sets to prepare you for future leadership positions. After an opportunity to engage with our leadership and hiring team we will offer selected graduates an opportunity to join as full-time employees within our product lines that have job openings. If you are selected as part of the team, you will be mentored and trained on the job and through classroom training opportunities getting your career off to a fast start. As a member of the NextGen program, you will be building expertise and managerial skills and you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, while making a real impact on the job. The position of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry. This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following: Provide testing, repairs, and routine servicing on equipment in the shop and the field. In addition, help generate business to increase revenues through sales of Weatherford products and services. Provide onsite Engineering support for the client, Technical Specialists and Well Site Supervisors on location throughout all phases of the job. Primary technical support for product line systems and its components. Interact with the rig crew and advise driller or company man of events or problem identified during operations. Perform daily preventative maintenance and troubleshoot equipment as required. Assist in time, cost, and labour estimates for completion of job assignments. Recommend measures to improve methods, performance, and quality to increase efficiency. Responsible for daily report, records of events and proper database management of all well data. Attend morning meetings and conference calls as necessary. Writing daily and end of well reports. Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment. The operation and management of a mobile field unit and crew. Provide reliable, prompt, and courteous service to Weatherford's customers. Isolate and solve complex problems on the job site with the assistance of our technical support groups. Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford. Personal career development through external and internal technical and non-technical training. You will be required to work in a field and an outdoor setting for extended hours; at times, extreme climates. Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. Qualifications If you are highly driven, enjoy extensive travel, comfortable taking initiative, and can work in extreme outdoor environments and balance multiple priorities, you could go far on the Weatherford team. An undergraduate degree acquired within the last year from an Engineering program is essential. Effective English written and oral communication skills are a must, as are basic computer and problem-solving skills. If you are prepared to succeed as part of a strong team tackling varied and complex problems, we would love to hear from you. SPECIFIC NEXTGEN REQUIREMENTS Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering is preferred. Graduation Year: 2023-2024. Excellent communication skills (both oral and written); Strong problem solving, critical thinking, judgment and decision-making skills. A strong work ethic and leadership potential. Proven ability to work in a team environment. Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home. Willingness to relocate and work in remote locations over several years. Ideal candidates have worked in field-based roles before or during their studies. This opportunity is open to candidates who have Permanent Full Work Rights in Australia (Permanent Residents and Citizens) • Thu, 01 FebWeatherford International Inc
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Roma, Roma Area - Overview Weatherford is a leading global energy services company. Our world-class experts partner with customers to optimize their resources and realize the full potential of their assets. Across our operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities, operators choose us for strategic solutions that add efficiency, flexibility, and responsibility to any energy operation. We are focused on technology development, digital solutions, and defining our footprint in the new energy space. Our ability to provide integrated solutions across our segments will be critical to growth in our core operations and the energy transition. Energy producers face unique challenges every day, so it is our job to create solutions that enhance safety, streamline operations, and sustain uptime to meet or exceed their targets. We operate across the global energy landscape employing some of the best diverse talent in the industry. At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. We invite you to join our passionate, talented, world-class team. When you join Weatherford, you instantly feel connected to something bigger - a community that is grounded by our core values and driven to create innovative solutions for our customers. We celebrate each other's successes, grow together, and learn from each other constantly. Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford. Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Responsibilities Weatherford is looking fordriven and determined individuals to join our NextGen graduate program. NextGen is a global leadership development program that is designed to accelerate development of defined competencies and skill sets to prepare you for future leadership positions. After an opportunity to engage with our leadership and hiring team we will offer selected graduates an opportunity to join as full-time employees within our product lines that have job openings. If you are selected as part of the team, you will be mentored and trained on the job and through classroom training opportunities getting your career off to a fast start. As a member of the NextGen program, you will be building expertise and managerial skills and you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, while making a real impact on the job. The position of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry. This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following: - Provide testing, repairs, and routine servicing on equipment in the shop and the field. In addition, help generate business to increase revenues through sales of Weatherford products and services. - Provide onsite Engineering support for the client, Technical Specialists and Well Site Supervisors on location throughout all phases of the job. - Primary technical support for product line systems and its components. - Interact with the rig crew and advise driller or company man of events or problem identified during operations. - Perform daily preventative maintenance and troubleshoot equipment as required. - Assist in time, cost, and labour estimates for completion of job assignments. - Recommend measures to improve methods, performance, and quality to increase efficiency. - Responsible for daily report, records of events and proper database management of all well data. - Attend morning meetings and conference calls as necessary. - Writing daily and end of well reports. - Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment. - The operation and management of a mobile field unit and crew. - Provide reliable, prompt, and courteous service to Weatherford's customers. - Isolate and solve complex problems on the job site with the assistance of our technical support groups. - Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. - Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford. - Personal career development through external and internal technical and non-technical training. - You will be required to work in a field and an outdoor setting for extended hours ; at times, extreme climates. - Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. Qualifications If you are highly driven, enjoy extensive travel, comfortable taking initiative, and can work in extreme outdoor environments and balance multiple priorities, you could go far on the Weatherford team. An undergraduate degree acquired within the last year from an Engineering program is essential. Effective English written and oral communication skills are a must, as are basic computer and problem-solving skills. If you are prepared to succeed as part of a strong team tackling varied and complex problems, we would love to hear from you. SPECIFIC NEXTGEN REQUIREMENTS - Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering is preferred. - Graduation Year: 2023-2024. - Excellent communication skills (both oral and written); - Strong problem solving, critical thinking, judgment and decision-making skills. - A strong work ethic and leadership potential. - Proven ability to work in a team environment. - Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home. - Willingness to relocate and work in remote locations over several years. - Ideal candidates have worked in field-based roles before or during their studies. This opportunity is open to candidates who have Permanent Full Work Rights in Australia (Permanent Residents and Citizens) Job Locations AU-ROMA ID 2024-243379 Category OPERATIONS Position Type Regular Full-Time • Wed, 31 JanWeatherford
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Roma - Australia - of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry.... This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following... • Tue, 30 JanWeatherford
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Roma, Roma Area - Weatherford is a leading global energy services company. Our world-class experts partner with customers to optimize their resources and realize the full potential of their assets. Across our operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities, operators choose us for strategic solutions that add efficiency, flexibility, and responsibility to any energy operation. We are focused on technology development, digital solutions, and defining our footprint in the new energy space. Our ability to provide integrated solutions across our segments will be critical to growth in our core operations and the energy transition. Energy producers face unique challenges every day, so it is our job to create solutions that enhance safety, streamline operations, and sustain uptime to meet or exceed their targets. We operate across the global energy landscape employing some of the best diverse talent in the industry. At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. We invite you to join our passionate, talented, world-class team. When you join Weatherford, you instantly feel connected to something bigger – a community that is grounded by our core values and driven to create innovative solutions for our customers. We celebrate each other’s successes, grow together, and learn from each other constantly. Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford. Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Weatherford is looking for driven and determined individuals to join our NextGen graduate program . NextGen is a global leadership development program that is designed to accelerate development of defined competencies and skill sets to prepare you for future leadership positions. After an opportunity to engage with our leadership and hiring team we will offer selected graduates an opportunity to join as full-time employees within our product lines that have job openings. If you are selected as part of the team, you will be mentored and trained on the job and through classroom training opportunities getting your career off to a fast start. As a member of the NextGen program, you will be building expertise and managerial skills and you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, while making a real impact on the job. The position of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry. This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following: Provide testing, repairs, and routine servicing on equipment in the shop and the field. In addition, help generate business to increase revenues through sales of Weatherford products and services. Provide onsite Engineering support for the client, Technical Specialists and Well Site Supervisors on location throughout all phases of the job. Primary technical support for product line systems and its components. Interact with the rig crew and advise driller or company man of events or problem identified during operations. Perform daily preventative maintenance and troubleshoot equipment as required. Assist in time, cost, and labour estimates for completion of job assignments. Recommend measures to improve methods, performance, and quality to increase efficiency. Responsible for daily report, records of events and proper database management of all well data. Attend morning meetings and conference calls as necessary. Writing daily and end of well reports. Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment. The operation and management of a mobile field unit and crew. Provide reliable, prompt, and courteous service to Weatherford's customers. Isolate and solve complex problems on the job site with the assistance of our technical support groups. Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford. Personal career development through external and internal technical and non-technical training. You will be required to work in a field and an outdoor setting for extended hours ; at times, extreme climates. Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. If you are highly driven, enjoy extensive travel, comfortable taking initiative, and can work in extreme outdoor environments and balance multiple priorities, you could go far on the Weatherford team. An undergraduate degree acquired within the last year from an Engineering program is essential. Effective English written and oral communication skills are a must, as are basic computer and problem-solving skills. If you are prepared to succeed as part of a strong team tackling varied and complex problems, we would love to hear from you. SPECIFIC NEXTGEN REQUIREMENTS Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering is preferred. Graduation Year: 2023-2024. Excellent communication skills (both oral and written); Strong problem solving, critical thinking, judgment and decision-making skills. A strong work ethic and leadership potential. Proven ability to work in a team environment. Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home. Willingness to relocate and work in remote locations over several years. Ideal candidates have worked in field-based roles before or during their studies. This opportunity is open to candidates who have Permanent Full Work Rights in Australia (Permanent Residents and Citizens) • Tue, 30 JanWeatherford
Field Engineer - Next Gen Graduate Program » Roma, Roma Area - Overview Weatherford is a leading global energy services company. Our world-class experts partner with customers to optimize their resources and realize the full potential of their assets. Across our operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities, operators choose us for strategic solutions that add efficiency, flexibility, and responsibility to any energy operation. We are focused on technology development, digital solutions, and defining our footprint in the new energy space. Our ability to provide integrated solutions across our segments will be critical to growth in our core operations and the energy transition. Energy producers face unique challenges every day, so it is our job to create solutions that enhance safety, streamline operations, and sustain uptime to meet or exceed their targets. We operate across the global energy landscape employing some of the best diverse talent in the industry. At Weatherford, we understand the value each individual brings to the table. We celebrate diversity in all its forms and are immensely proud of our workforce. We invite you to join our passionate, talented, world-class team. When you join Weatherford, you instantly feel connected to something bigger - a community that is grounded by our core values and driven to create innovative solutions for our customers. We celebrate each other's successes, grow together, and learn from each other constantly. Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford. Weatherford offers competitive compensation, a comprehensive benefits program and provides you a challenging and enriching career path, with a healthy balance of structure and flexibility to chart your own course. Weatherford is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Responsibilities Weatherford is looking for driven and determined individuals to join our NextGen graduate program . NextGen is a global leadership development program that is designed to accelerate development of defined competencies and skill sets to prepare you for future leadership positions. After an opportunity to engage with our leadership and hiring team we will offer selected graduates an opportunity to join as full-time employees within our product lines that have job openings. If you are selected as part of the team, you will be mentored and trained on the job and through classroom training opportunities getting your career off to a fast start. As a member of the NextGen program, you will be building expertise and managerial skills and you will collaborate with cross-functional teams, while making a real impact on the job. The position of Field Engineer is physically and mentally challenging and is a very rewarding and respected job in the oil and gas industry. This is the entry level job for Field Engineer and your responsibilities and duties include, but are not limited to the following: Provide testing, repairs, and routine servicing on equipment in the shop and the field. In addition, help generate business to increase revenues through sales of Weatherford products and services. Provide onsite Engineering support for the client, Technical Specialists and Well Site Supervisors on location throughout all phases of the job. Primary technical support for product line systems and its components. Interact with the rig crew and advise driller or company man of events or problem identified during operations. Perform daily preventative maintenance and troubleshoot equipment as required. Assist in time, cost, and labour estimates for completion of job assignments. Recommend measures to improve methods, performance, and quality to increase efficiency. Responsible for daily report, records of events and proper database management of all well data. Attend morning meetings and conference calls as necessary. Writing daily and end of well reports. Assist in the rig up and rig down of equipment. The operation and management of a mobile field unit and crew. Provide reliable, prompt, and courteous service to Weatherford's customers. Isolate and solve complex problems on the job site with the assistance of our technical support groups. Know and understand Weatherford Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of Weatherford. Personal career development through external and internal technical and non-technical training. You will be required to work in a field and an outdoor setting for extended hours ; at times, extreme climates. Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. Qualifications If you are highly driven, enjoy extensive travel, comfortable taking initiative, and can work in extreme outdoor environments and balance multiple priorities, you could go far on the Weatherford team. An undergraduate degree acquired within the last year from an Engineering program is essential. Effective English written and oral communication skills are a must, as are basic computer and problem-solving skills. If you are prepared to succeed as part of a strong team tackling varied and complex problems, we would love to hear from you. SPECIFIC NEXTGEN REQUIREMENTS Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical or Petroleum Engineering is preferred. Graduation Year: 2023-2024. Excellent communication skills (both oral and written); Strong problem solving, critical thinking, judgment and decision-making skills. A strong work ethic and leadership potential. Proven ability to work in a team environment. Requires extensive travel both domestically and internationally and extended stays away from home. Willingness to relocate and work in remote locations over several years. Ideal candidates have worked in field-based roles before or during their studies. This opportunity is open to candidates who have Permanent Full Work Rights in Australia (Permanent Residents and Citizens) • Tue, 30 JanWeatherford

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