Story from RigZone.com | These major energy companies are hiring right now for a range of roles in several different locations around the world. Check out Rigzone’s guide below for more information.
A BP spokesperson told Rigzone that the company is recruiting for roles across its global operations, “from apprentices and graduate opportunities to highly skilled professionals”.
“Our hiring is focused on recruiting for roles across BP’s five growth engines to support our transition to an integrated energy company – Bioenergy, Convenience, EV Charging, Hydrogen, Renewables, and Power,” the spokesperson said.
“The roles are diverse and include disciplines in engineering, science, business, digital and retail. We are also hiring within our production and operations business for roles supporting our hydrocarbon entity to deliver the oil and gas and energy the world critically needs,” the spokesperson added.
The BP spokesperson told Rigzone that BP is a global organization, “in which everyone is valued and plays their part in building the success of our business”.
“There is a strong sense of both purpose and pride in what we do and how we operate,” the spokesperson noted.
“We are made up of a diverse team, united by our drive, determination, and passion for solving the world’s energy challenges. Our team is ambitious, future-focused, and excited by the thought of delivering excellence, improving safety, driving down emissions, innovating how we work, and caring for others,” the spokesperson said.
“We provide our team with opportunities to develop their skills, knowledge, and expertise to help produce the affordable, reliable, and increasingly clean energy the world needs. All the while, working in a rewarding environment, full of fresh perspectives and ways of thinking,” the spokesperson continued.
A Shell spokesperson told Rigzone that the company is hiring across businesses including IT and technology, sales and marketing, finance, upstream, and trading, “with locations including Australia, Germany, India, Manila, Netherlands, the UK, and U.S.”.
“It’s a great time to be working for Shell as we drive towards our aim to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, delivering more value with less emissions by providing energy the world needs today while investing in the low-carbon energy system of the future,” the spokesperson said.
In a careers section on its website, Shell outlines that employees will have the opportunity to develop the skills they need to grow, “in an environment where we value honesty, integrity, and respect for one another”.
Shell has more than 90,000 employees in more than 70 countries, according to its site. The company is currently advertising more than 280 jobs.
TotalEnergies, which has more than 100,000 employees in nearly 130 countries, according to its website, is currently advertising more than 750 fixed-term and regular positions across a variety of roles and locations. This includes jobs in finance, operations, sales, logistics, and drilling/well operations, as well as many other fields.
“At TotalEnergies, thanks to the diversity and broad range of our people’s talent, we will be able to invent the energy of tomorrow,” the company notes on its site.
“That’s why we are committed to supporting equal opportunities, to preserving the health and family life of our employees, to offering them high-level working conditions and a safe, comfortable, and friendly environment where it feels good working together, as well as a high-quality benefits package and rewarding compensation for peace of mind at work, everywhere in the world,” it adds.
TotalEnergies states on its site that the company is a responsible employer and corporate citizen.
“That means we are doing everything we can to achieve a transition that is as just as possible for our employees, our stakeholders and society as a whole,” its site says.
“Backed by our values of respect and solidarity, our strength and reliability, and a commitment to excellence, our company is steadily implementing its ambition to get to net zero by 2050,” it adds.
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A Chevron spokesperson told Rigzone that the company continuously invests in attracting, developing, and empowering a highly competent workforce.
The company is currently looking to fill almost 130 positions across a variety of categories and countries. Open job categories include administrative support, operations, and petroleum engineering. The majority of positions are available in the U.S. (34), while Argentina has the second most open positions (26), and the Philippines has the third most (20).
“Chevron impacts every aspect of the energy industry and conducts business in countries around the world, which offers diverse opportunities for continued growth – both professionally and personally,” the spokesperson said.
“Chevron, we work to provide the energy that enables human progress around the world. Our people are central to this purpose,” the spokesperson added.
“That’s why, for more than 140 years, Chevron has been a place where the imagination and potential of people are celebrated; where trust, respect, and integrity define our culture; and where performance and accountability guide the way,” the spokesperson went on to state.
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ExxonMobil is currently advertising nearly 250 jobs all around the world in a variety of different sectors. Countries include the U.S., China, India, the Netherlands, and the UK, and job categories include engineering, commercial and business, and finance, accounting and tax.
“ExxonMobil strives to develop the most talented workforce to take on the world’s toughest energy challenges,” the company states on its website.
“We’re committed to our employees for their whole careers. That means world-class compensation and benefits, teammates who support and inspire, and the flexibility to explore multiple challenges and roles,” it adds.
ExxonMobil operates in more than 60 countries and comprises a global team of 62,000 scientists, engineers, researchers, technicians, professionals, and other employees, representing more than 160 nationalities, its website outlines.
“Together, we’re determined to play a key role in a thoughtful transition to an energy-secure, lower-emissions future for society,” ExxonMobil states on its site.
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Saudi Aramco is currently advertising 716 jobs for applicants located in the Americas and 763 jobs for applicants situated in Africa, Asia Pacific, and Europe. All roles are based in Saudi Arabia.
“We emphasize continuous development and skill building to drive performance through a wealth of courses, training centers, internships, and mentorship programs,” Saudi Aramco notes on its website.
“From our newest recruits to our experienced professionals and senior leadership, we offer capacity-building programs tailored to help them meet the growing responsibilities linked to our evolving business,” it adds.
“Our success is a result of facing challenges head-on with determination, persistence, and innovative thinking, which is made possible through our unique training programs,” it continues.
Saudi Aramco has a total workforce of more than 70,000 people, according to its website, which states that the company is committed to driving energy efficiency and addressing the global emissions challenge.
“As the world’s largest integrated oil and gas company, we believe we are uniquely qualified to make effective contributions to the overall solution,” the company’s website adds.
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