Schlumberger are looking for exceptional student interns and graduates in engineering and applied sciences who are eager to realize their full potential and embark on a global journey of continuous improvement.
With a hard-won reputation rooted in science and expertise, and commitment to innovation, we’re the world’s leading provider of technology and services to the energy industry. Working globally, we invent, design, engineer, apply, and maintain technologies that help our customers find and produce oil and gas more efficiently and safely. We employ 110,000 people working in over 85 countries.
Commitment to innovation
With 65 research, engineering, and manufacturing centres worldwide, we place strong emphasis on developing safe and innovative technology that adds value for our customers. We invest more than $700 million each year into R&D.
Working with us, your job begins the day you’re hired, with the opportunity to have early responsibility, including as an intern. This makes every day different: Whether you’re dealing directly with customers, maintaining multimillion-dollar tools, or designing solutions to further improve our technology, you’ll always be exposed to interesting and challenging opportunities.
Over the course of your career, we offer you the flexibility to move between functions, technologies, and geographies. As your career progresses, we provide you with all the necessary support and training to continuously develop the skills that help you pursue further opportunities within Schlumberger. You will be encouraged to share your ideas and make an impact wherever you can. Join us today to shape your own success and realize your full potential!
At Schlumberger, you will be working globally, and within in the UK we have opportunities in Cambridge, Abingdon, Stonehouse, Aberdeen and Gatwick (London). Our roles range from Field Operations, to R&D and Manufacturing, to Petrotechnical consulting, and more.
We recruit year-round. Applications are accepted from both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students with a minimum 2:1 requirement in the following academic disciplines:
- Computer Science
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Software Engineering
- Data Science
- Petroleum Engineering