Major Opportunities At Baker Hughes (Oil&Gas)

Major Opportunities At Baker Hughes (Oil&Gas)

Baker Hughes is a leading supplier of oilfield services, products, technology and systems to the worldwide oil and natural gas industry. By being the service company that best anticipates, understands and exceeds our customers expectations, Baker Hughes Advances Reservoir Performance. The company s 58,000-plus employees work in more than 80 countries in geomarket teams that help customers find, evaluate, drill, produce, transport and process hydrocarbon resources. Baker Hughes technology centers in the world s leading energy markets are pushing the boundaries to overcome progressively more complex challenges. Baker Hughes develops solutions designed to help manage operating expenses, maximize reserve recovery and boost overall return on investment through the entire life cycle of an oil or gas asset. Collaboration is the foundation upon which Baker Hughes builds our business and develops next-generation products and services for drilling and evaluation, completions and production, and fluids and chemicals. For more information on Baker Hughes’ century-long history, visit our website.

2015 Graduate Field Engineer – 2015 Registration of Interest

Job Number: 1420848
Location: Nigeria
Employment status: Full Time regular

Job Description

  • Would you like to work in a field location and fulfill a business-critical role? Responsible for designing, executing and evaluating wellsite operations, field engineers are the vital link between Baker Hughes and our clients on oil and gas rigs.
  • The role is demanding, both mentally and physically. When at the rigsite you will be required to work 12 hour shifts (day or night), and depending on your product line, you could be assembling, moving or operating heavy equipment, often in harsh environments and in all weather conditions.
  • This role may require extensive time away from home to undertake training or to gain hands-on experience. You may also be required to work weekends and public holidays, as business needs dictate. You should expect to work in a variety of environments including offices, workshops or on rigsites; either on land or offshore.
  • Join us and you will enhance your engineering skills through our three-year structured Field Engineer Development Program (FEDP) and quickly become competent with our technologies and processes. The FEDP enables potentially rapid career progression through a sequence of competency-based development steps.
  • In the longer term, once you have achieved the levels of competence we expect, Baker Hughes offers you the opportunity to progress into a variety of leadership roles. You may elect to stay and build your career in the field, or you can aim for a position in operations management, product development, sales or another business support position.

Key responsibilities / Accountabilities
You will be assigned to a specific Baker Hughes product line where activities may include:

  • Artificial lift
  • Completion systems
  • Drill bits
  • Drilling fluids
  • Drilling services
  • Formation evaluation
  • Integrated operations
  • Intelligent production systems
  • Pressure pumping
  • Reservoir navigation services
  • Sand control systems
  • Specialty chemicals
  • Surface logging services
  • Wellbore intervention
  • Wireline services.

Depending upon your product line assignment, you will be involved in technical activities which could include:

  • Assembling and deploying downhole equipment at a base location prior to being dispatched to the wellsite. Downhole equipment may be a combination of electrically, mechanically, or hydraulically activated and operated specialized equipment
  • Designing wellsite interventions under supervision using simulation software packages
  • Analyzing rigsite performance data and recommending changes to product configurations
  • Assisting sales representatives in business development activities including presenting to clients
  • Performing warehousing and logistical activities
  • Setting up and removing equipment at the well site
  • Authoring and producing post-job evaluation reports for the client.

Essential qualifications / requirements
As well as fluency in English (assessment of your English proficiency may be part of the selection process) and the legal right to work in the country in which you have applied without company sponsorship or time restriction, you will need:

A minimum four-year technical degree or Master’s, completed within the past 24 months in:

  • Aerospace engineering
  • Applied sciences
  • Chemical engineering
  • Chemistry ( organic or inorganic)
  • Civil engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Geology
  • Geosciences
  • Industrial engineering
  • Instrumentation engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Nuclear engineering
  • Petroleum engineering
  • Physics
  • Another engineering-related subject.

At least three of the following:

  • A minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 (2.2) or equivalent
  • Relevant work experience (paid or unpaid)
  • Evidence of practical / technical capability, e.g. internships, summer jobs, hobbies
  • Evidence of extra-curricular activity
  • A valid driving license maybe required in some locations.

Preferred qualifications / requirements

  • We are looking for people who are motivated, resilient, persistent, flexible and adaptable.
  • You will also need to show leadership, creative problem-solving, strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A valid driver’s license with a clean driving record may be required in some locations.

Other details:
The Field Engineer Development Program (FEDP) involves theoretical and hands-on learning to allow you to become an expert in your assigned product line. It consists of three structured steps, each designed to be completed within 12 months:

  • Year 1 work under supervision and participate in instructor-led training in one of our global training centers. Travel may also be required to enable you to get hands-on experience
  • Year 2 continue to increase your technical competencies through instructor-led and on-the-job training, with further courses to develop business and leadership skills. You will have increased responsibilities when working on the wellsite
  • Year 3 progress to working unsupervised, with a broadening scope of knowledge, skills and responsibilities. You may be leading teams at the wellsite and be the primary contact for our clients.

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2015 Graduate Field Specialist – 2015 registration of interest (Job Number: 1420849)

About this job

Field Specialists form the operational backbone of Baker Hughes, performing skilled technical services, usually at the wellsite. Field Specialists carry out a demanding, hands-on role, often working in harsh and challenging environments, making use of all the latest technologies to deliver solutions to our clients. Field specialists lead the delivery of services and products to our clients. Field specialists work in close collaboration with our clients in offshore and onshore locations to ensure flawless and safe execution of the various services that are offered under Baker Hughes. Field Specialists will participate in the structured Field Specialist Development Program (FSDP) to quickly become competent with our technologies and processes taking them from a basic level to an advanced level in their assigned product line. 

 

There is no doubt that the job of a Field Specialist is demanding, both mentally and physically. When at the rig site you will be required to work 12 hours shifts (day or night). You might also be required to work extra hours depending on the operational demand. Depending on your product line you may be assembling, moving and operating heavy equipment, in all weather conditions during day and night hours.

 

The role will require extensive time away from home to undertake training or to gain hands on experience. You may also be required to work weekends and public holidays as business needs dictate.  You should expect to work in a variety of environments including workshops and on rig sites; either on land or offshore. Field specialists are expected to do a lot of travelling between their assigned operating bases and remote oilfield locations. If you prefer a typical office job with normal office hours from morning till afternoon then the Field specialist position is not the best fit for you.

 

The FSDP involves theoretical and hands-on learning to allow you to become a technical expert in your assigned product line.  The FSDP consists of four developmental steps, the first step to be completed within 12 months. In your first year you can expect to work under supervision and to participate in instructor led training. After the first year, your progress will be self paced and you will continue to increase your technical competencies through instructor led training courses and on the job training. As you progress through FSDP you will be expected to increase your technical capabilities and work with minimal supervision as you master the delivery of basic and advanced services in your product line. Although you are likely to stay and build your career in the field, once you complete the FSDP, you can move into various roles, including field operations, technical support, application engineering, sales or management.

 

Key responsibilities / accountabilities

You will be assigned to a specific Baker Hughes product line whose activities may include:  

         artificial lift

         completion systems

         drill bits

         drilling fluids

         drilling services

         formation evaluation

         integrated operations

         intelligent production systems

         pressure pumping

         reservoir navigation services

         sand control systems

         specialty chemicals

         surface logging services

         wellbore intervention

         wireline services.

 

Depending upon your product line assignment, you will be involved in technical activities which could include:

         Assembling and deploying downhole equipment at a base location prior to being dispatched to the wellsite. Downhole equipment may be a combination of electrically, mechanically, or hydraulically activated and operated specialized equipment

         Calibrating, maintaining and troubleshooting downhole equipment in the base or at the wellsite

         Setting up, operating and removing downhole equipment at the well site.

         Generating technical reports and data for the client

         Performing warehousing and logistical activities  

 

Essential qualifications / requirements

You must have the legal right to work* in the country in which you apply. Field Specialists must have completed a two-to-three-year qualification in a technical or engineering- related subject in the past 36 months. Oilfield Experience is not a must.

 

In addition you have relevant work experience (paid or unpaid), or you are able to demonstrate practical/technical capability through internships, summer jobs or hobbies.

 

The business language of Baker Hughes is English, so as you progress through your career, there is an expectation that a good command of the English language may be required for you to fulfil your role effectively. English competency requirements will vary based on location and business needs.

 

* without company sponsorship or time restriction.

 

Preferred qualifications / requirements

We are looking for people who are motivated and persistent, as well as resilient and adaptable. Creative problem-solving and strong communication and interpersonal skills is also preferred.

 

A valid driver’s license may be required in some locations.

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