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An exciting opportunity for Graduate Rotating Equipment Engineers
The Rotating Equipment group provides technical and operational support to more than 100 refineries, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plants and upstream operators worldwide. Our customers operate a comprehensive range of advanced equipment including more than 600 gas turbines, thousands of compressors, steam turbines and many types of pumps (with their drivers and supporting systems).
The Shell Graduate Programme: a world of opportunities!
There has never been a more exciting time to work in the energy industry. Starting your career in Shell, you’ll have a part to play in uniquely innovative projects which will provide unbeatable experience.
As a graduate within the Technical area of the Shell Graduate Programme you can expect an industry-leading two to three-year learning programme, offering real responsibilities, challenges and continued professional development. It’s a great introduction to the exciting world of Engineering and a chance for you to gain insights into some of Shell’s most pioneering projects and operations. You'll benefit from formal training and continuous coaching will shape you into an accomplished professional.
As part of Shell’s global network of professionals, you'll have the chance to work alongside some of the industry’s leading visionaries and work with cutting-edge technologies.
As part of Shell’s Rotating Equipment Engineering team you’ll play an essential role in maintaining our exceptional technical performance. Along with other talented professionals, you’ll contribute to the overall success of Shell in a number of ways, including reducing capital expenditure on new projects or upgrading projects by selecting equipment based on the latest technology; increasing the reliability and availability of equipment; and optimising equipment operation to maximise production.
What we have to offer
Rotating Equipment plays a key role in plant operations: results-driven engineers with a passion for turbo machinery will thrive in an environment where sourcing fit-for-purpose equipment and optimising its maintenance can help improve the bottom line.
As a graduate you’ll have the opportunity to display and develop your knowledge on major machinery types, rotor dynamics and performance calculations. Roles and responsibilities can include:
Who we’re looking for
Ready to apply?
Information on our global selection criteria (Capacity, Achievements and Relationships) and our graduate selection process can be found on: shell.com/careers/students-a..
When submitting your application please choose Discipline Engineering as preferred area of interest.