Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with far-reaching and wide business interests – from oil exploration to power generation to consumer services. With 90,000 employees in more than 90 countries, we play a key role in helping to meet the world’s growing demand for energy in economically, environmentally and socially responsible ways. A career with Shell is more than just a day job. It’s an opportunity to join a company that tackles real world problems. Also, joining Shell means getting more out of your working life than you thought possible.
Job opportunities by Shell
At Shell, we believe in offering you a wide range of career routes. The scale and global reach of our business means we have a huge range of both technical and commercial opportunities for graduates and early career professionals.
Where will you fit in?
We have openings in a wide variety of business areas. Our Technical and Commercial roles (Finance, HR, IT) are open to candidates from a number of disciplines.
Three routes into Shell
There are two alternative routes into Shell, each a different experience. Explore the specific entry areas, so you can make an informed decision on the right application journey for you.
Option A: Shell Recruitment Day Find out how well you cope with various business scenarios.
Option B: Internship First-hand exposure to a range of real-life business projects.
Why join Shell?
- A supportive culture
Help when you need it and responsibility from day one.
- A career platform
Flexible career paths and a continuous learning culture.
- A global business
International teamwork and overseas career possibilities.
- A great package
Competitive performance-related salary and generous benefits.
Onboarding and Early Career Development
Our Global Onboarding programme ensures that you’ll enjoy a positive experience throughout your first year in the job. Early Career Development will continue to further support your progress for up to five years.
More information about these exciting opportunities at Shell can be found on our careers website: www.shell.com/careers
Let’s deliver better energy solutions together.
Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer
CAMPUS AMBASSADOR TEAM
We are Shell’s Campus Ambassador Team for Earth Science students from Amsterdam. For information on jobs and careers for graduates in Shell please check: www.shell.com/careers
If you have more questions about working for or applying to Shell, you can send us a message through our LinkedIn pages provided below. Applying for Shell, for both internships and jobs can be done year round.
Thomas, Thomas and Bart
After a great student time in Amsterdam I finished my BSc and Msc Earthsciences at the VU University in 2014. I gained my first working experience working as a wireline field engineer for Schlumberger. Where I worked both on land rigs in Mexico and offshore platforms and jack up rigs in Norway, before moving back to the Netherlands and joining Shell. For whom I’m currently working at the NAM as a production geologist in the offshore development team. The type of work I do is very diverse, ranging from reservoir modelling, well maturation to providing geological support for the drilling of a new well. On Fridays I often work at the Shell office in Amsterdam, where colleagues (majority also Geovusie alumni) and I celebrate the start of the weekend at the “Tolhuistuin”.
BART VAN ASSEMA
I got my Bachelor’s degree in Earth Sciences at VU Amsterdam, with focus on geology. This was followed by one year master’s Geo Engineering at TU Delft and two years master’s Geology and Geochemistry at VU Amsterdam, with focus on structural geology and petroleum geology. For my final thesis I did an assessed internship at Shell/NAM and got hired, but I started working for NAM after finishing my research project and traveling. At NAM I started in the Groningen Asset as a production geologist where I focused on the Carboniferous rocks below the Groningen gas field. After one year I moved to the Onshore Asset where I currently focus on Cretaceous reservoirs of the Pernis and Rotterdam oil and gas fields. Recently I worked for a few months as well site geologist on the drilling rig in Middelie, Noord-Holland. Every now and then my work is interrupted by courses and field trips, which is always great fun!
At the VU University Amsterdam I studied geology with a focus on carbonate sedimentology and petroleum geology. After a successful assessed internship in the Carbonate Research team at Shell I started my career as an exploration geoscientist at the NAM (joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil, operated by Shell). I currently work in the Netherlands Onshore Team, where I explore for oil and gas reservoirs in the West Netherlands Basin. My main focus lies in prospect evaluation and risking, and maturation of these prospects to the stage of drilling a well. In my role I gained operational experience on several wells onshore Netherlands as a wellsite geologist.