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Field Engineer Internship


Do you want to work with some of the world’s most advanced technology as an engineer today? Do you want to prepare for a career as a manager in the future? Does the thought of sitting in a cubicle from 8 to 5 everyday sounds terribly dull?


Schlumberger Oilfield Services is a recognized technology leader providing products, services and solutions to the oil & gas exploration and production (E&P) industry. Our headquarters are located in Houston, Texas and Paris, France with regional offices that are located in 80 countries.


Oil and natural gas supply are almost two-thirds of the world’s energy needs today and are likely to continue to do so for many decades to come. While the world is not running out of oil and gas reserves anytime soon, their future development poses significant challenges for an industry that has only recently emerged from a long period of underinvestment. In this landscape, the exploration and production (E&P) industry is increasingly challenged to bring new supplies on line, on time, and at acceptable cost.


New exploration, some which has already begun, will be hampered by the remoteness inaccessibility, or geological complexity of many areas. To overcome these challenges, new ways of working and new technologies are necessary components of the E&P industry’s response.


This is a great opportunity for engineers like you to contribute and have a big impact on the world’s energy future.


The Schlumberger Field Engineer position is a demanding, sometimes physical job involving complex technology utilized to optimize solutions for Exploration and Production companies. The information and services the Field Engineer provides helps our clients locate, evaluate, and produce oil and gas reservoirs more efficiently.


As a Field Engineer you will be responsible for all aspects of the Schlumberger operation at the job site, be it a seismic vessel, an offshore oil rig, or a desert land rig. You will receive intense training in technical theory and applications, troubleshooting, procedures, safety, crew management, and client interaction. You will progress through a structured training program lasting 30-36 months (including 3 promotions) and spend an average of 3-4 years (in total) working in the field.


This entire experience will prepare you for advancement into a variety of management, technical, marketing and/or personnel roles. You will be given a great deal of independence and responsibility so you must have a high degree of self-sufficiency. The job requires the ability to work under pressure and thrive in a variety of outdoor, 24-hour work environments. A sense of adventure is a must!


Leave the suit and tie/heels behind: our dress code is coveralls, hardhats, steel-toed boots, and safety glasses!


Starting positions are available throughout the United States and internationally, virtually anywhere oil and gas are found.


Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status as a protected veteran or other characteristics protected by law.


Schlumberger is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor – priority referral Protected Veterans requested.