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ExxonMobil Engineering Internship with Dutch language skills

Internship Botlek Rotterdam, NL
Posted 17 Nov 2020

Degree level


Job function


Required languages

Dutch (Fluent)
English (Fluent)

Work experience

0 to 2 years

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We are more than just one of the largest energy companies in the world. ExxonMobil is a place where people think independently, take initiative, grow to their full potential and help shape the future of energy. We strongly believe that diversity drives innovation, with our inclusive workplaces helping everyone thrive, regardless of their background. The safety and wellbeing of our employees is at the heart of everything we do. Our skills and competencies are built through training and work experiences in a wide range of assignments.  With the use of cutting edge technology we hold an industry leading inventory of resources to help meet our societies growing energy demands.

 What role will you play in our team

As an intern with ExxonMobil you get a well-defined task and will be coached by a dedicated ExxonMobil coordinator.  The internship environment is young and dynamic and give a clear image of a typical starting environment.  Each internship subject contributes to our business and will give you a ‘taste’ of a typical starting position within ExxonMobil.

During your internship – which can vary in duration and content - at one of our facilities in the Rotterdam area, you will perform a project for one of our engineering departments and will learn to work independently in a professional work environment.

The various areas in which you may work cover virtually all aspects of the engineering work.  Typical projects covered by the interns are for example:

  • The optimization of upstream unit configurations via advanced process simulation software to enhance the units yield and its benefits.
  • Understanding and optimizing the steam consumption of one of our plants
  • Reviewing our Machinery Equipment strategy and advising the different business teams on preventative maintenance strategies.
  • Performing a through pipeline logistic study to determine constraints which might have an impact on the probability of one of our plants

Who are we looking for

  • You must be fluent in English language skills: understanding, reading, writing and speaking
  • You must be at least intermediate in Dutch language skills: understanding, reading, writing and speaking
  • You must be a current student or you must have recently completed Msc studies
  • You have a university education: Msc Engineering Science (Preferred Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Aerospace, Applied Physics)
  • Preferred universities: Delft, Eindhoven, Groningen. Twente
  • You must be available for at least a 3 months internship

What awaits you

  • Pleasant atmosphere with inspiring and diverse working teams
  • Interesting and stimulating work environment
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ExxonMobil is in meer dan 200 landen actief in de opsporing en winning van aardolie, aardgas steenkool en het verkopen van deze energiedragers. Opgericht door de wereldberoemde olietycoon J.D. Rockefeller behoort ExxonMobil sinds vele jaren tot de grootste bedrijven ter wereld met een omzet van boven de 400 miljard dollar.
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