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Electrical/Power Engineers

Job in Pernis, the Netherlands
Posted

Degree level

Master

Job function

Engineering

Required languages

English (Fluent)
Dutch (Fluent)

Work experience

0 to 3 years

Deadline

Dec 31, 2020 10:59 PM

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Do you want to be in control of your own career development and reach your full potential? From the start, you could be working on large scale electrical/power engineering projects through real hands-on roles. For example, in Pernis: the biggest refinery in Europe. 

The Job

Shell’s Electrical Engineers’ responsibilities include troubleshooting and resolving electrical issues, designing hardware and software, and monitoring power distribution. An Engineering job at Shell is not only a chance to progress your career with a global energy leader and expand your horizons, but an opportunity for you to make an impact on the future of the industry. As an Electrical Engineer, you’ll play a key role in successful project delivery and work alongside fellow creative thinkers, problem solvers and innovators keen to push boundaries. We’ll ensure that you are constantly developing your expertise and abilities. 

First placements within the Graduate Programme can include:

  • Accountability for the design of a complex electrical system for an oil and gas facility
  • A role in Electrical Maintenance /Operations on an oil and gas facility
  • Electrical/Project Engineering or Site Management roles

As an Electrical Engineer in Shell your responsibilities will develop in line with the competencies you acquire through the learning and development programme.

Who are you?

We’re keen to hear from enthusiastic, outstanding and innovative men and women with a degree in: 

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Power Engineering
  • Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering

The Shell Graduate Programme: a world of opportunities.

Join the Shell Graduate Programme and you can look forward to an industry-leading three to five year learning programme, offering real responsibility, engaging challenges and continued professional development. 

There’s never been a more exciting time to be part of the energy industry. Start your career at Shell and immerse yourself in innovative projects to find economically, socially and environmentally responsible solutions to the world’s energy needs. You’ll be learning alongside brilliant people from all over the world, with the resources and support to explore new ways of thinking and working – all in all, an unbeatable experience.

Helping you prepare

We want you to be at your best when completing the assessments, so here are some top tips and some additional background information that may help you. Ace your application prep by reviewing our application tips.

Ready to apply?

If you’re excited by the chance to push engineering boundaries, click here to start your application and choose ‘Electrical Engineering’ as your preferred area of interest when being asked for.

Do not wait for the deadline!

Our 2020 Graduate opportunities are open to applicants until 31st December 2020, however we strongly recommend not to wait until the end of the year to apply! We process applications throughout the year to fill our positions and hence advise students and graduates to submit their applications early.

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We have a range of opportunities, assessed internships and graduate programmes for you to explore. No matter your discipline, you’ll have the chance to work on meaningful projects that directly impact our business, and the wider world. Discover your potential and join us on our journey to develop tomorrow’s energy solutions today.

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93,000 employees

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Ellen

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Ellen

Ellen joined the Shell Graduate Programme and now works as a Materials and Corrosion Engineer at Pernis. Ellen studied at Delft University of Technology and holds a BSc in Applied Physics and an MSc in Materials Science and Engineering.
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