Process Engineers at Shell are pushing boundaries at the forefront of energy innovation

The world’s energy challenges are becoming more complex by the day, which is why we’re in search of talented Process Engineers who share our passion for innovative thinking, cutting-edge technology and a commitment to risk management.

Shell’s Process Engineering community consists of some 2,400 people located around the globe across four business areas:

  • Exploration & Production
  • Gas
  • Refining
  • Chemicals

Process Engineering’s influence is felt across Shell’s businesses, from design and operations to research, supply and distribution, and technical safety. A job on this highly experienced team will introduce you to a wealth of daily challenges that may include contributing to long-term project development, optimizing chemical processes, or providing technical support to oil and gas production facilities, refineries and chemical plants – both onshore and offshore.

Whatever challenges you take on, we can offer you a career at the forefront of industry innovation, with outstanding professional development and opportunities for your work to make a lasting impact on some of the most demanding and exciting energy projects in the world.

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