As an Electrical Engineer at Shell, you can work within our Upstream or Downstream business, resolving issues, designing hardware and software, or monitoring power distribution to help meet the world’s growing demand for energy.
The Shell Graduate Program
Within the technical area of the Shell Graduate Program, you’ll embark on a 3-year training program that offers talented individuals a comprehensive introduction to various areas of Shell’s business and operations. The program is designed to help you make the most of your professional potential.
From day one, you’ll have a supervisor and mentor to help you establish and execute an Individual Development Plan outlining your career goals and how you’ll achieve them. Throughout this time, you’ll be placed in a wide range of hands-on roles with competence-based tasks, challenging and inspiring you to discover your strengths, develop your skills and broaden your experience in various real-world situations.
Joining the Program you’ll work alongside the industry’s leading technical experts and visionaries, and may gain experience on some of Shell’s most groundbreaking engineering projects. Within Shell you’ll find a supportive work environment, working with teams across the globe. You’ll be encouraged to take an innovative approach while developing your skills and technical capabilities.
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.
Roles and responsibilities
As an Electrical Engineer in Shell your responsibilities will grow in line with the competencies you acquire through the learning and development program.
Your responsibilities may include:
- Troubleshooting and resolving electrical issues
- Designing hardware and software
- Monitoring power distribution
- Accountability for design of complex electrical systems
- Electrical maintenance/operations for an oil and gas facilities
Training and development opportunities
The resources and learning opportunities available to you at Shell are some of the best in the industry. As a graduate curious to know more about your chosen field you’ll benefit from a well-established learning and development program, fully aligned with the requirements for professional progression.
We aim to develop your competencies and capabilities in as short a time as possible, and enable you to make the most of the opportunities presented to you. You’ll receive regular progress checks from experienced professionals to ensure you are properly supported on your development path.