Information Technology at Shell means working alongside our leading experts in the field to push the boundaries of our operations.
The Shell Graduate Program
In the Corporate Functions area of the Shell Graduate Program, you'll experience a 3-year training program that includes two 18-month job rotations. From day one, you'll benefit from being given real responsibility within our highly experienced IT team. You will gain experience on groundbreaking projects while exploring your creativity and developing your leadership skills.
Do you have a capacity for teamwork, commercial aptitude and a taste for problem solving? With these qualities you'll feel at home in our IT team, working alongside talented professionals on a range of highly complex business functions from finance to engineering. At Shell, we are continuously innovating, so the working environment is fast-paced and challenging but incredibly rewarding.
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Roles and responsibilities
Working on rotation will provide you with on-the-job insight into various functions of this highly technical division.
- Business Analyst
- Data Manager
- IT Architect
- Project Manager
- Service Delivery Manager
Your responsibilities could include:
- Implementing global projects
- Providing IT consultancy and technical development
- Developing proposals and performing business analysis
Training and development opportunities
You'll be coached in various aspects of Shell’s IT functions; and take part in technical, commercial and leadership training to help you apply your technical knowledge to our business needs. Formal learning modules within the Shell Graduate Program include Business Analysis, Business Process Improvement and Risk Management. There is a culture of continuous learning at Shell, so in addition to your formal training, you’ll receive ongoing coaching and mentoring as well as regular in-depth development checks to ensure you’re on track to reach your potential.
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