Woodside is the biggest operator of oil and gas production in Australia. Throughout Woodside’s 57-year history we have strived for excellence in our safety and environmental performance and we aim to ensure that wherever we operate, the community benefits from our presence.
Woodside produces around 700,000 barrels of oil equivalent each day from an extensive portfolio of facilities which we operate on behalf of some of the world’s major oil and gas companies.
In 2012 Woodside will begin production from the Pluto LNG Project. At full capacity it will add more than 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day to our operated production. We are seeking to expand the Pluto facilities and build new standalone projects including our Browse and Sunrise LNG developments.
Woodside Summer Intern Program
Our Summer Internship Program allows individuals with a genuine passion for the industry, an insight into working within a fast growing, multi-disciplined organisation, where you’ll enjoy the support your need, and the rewards you deserve. You will be given the opportunity to undertake challenging projects in a dynamic environment that will provide:
- Valuable and extensive on-the-job work experience
- Practical experience to build on your theoretical knowledge
- Technical mentors and graduate buddy
- Involvement in our dynamic graduate community of more than 100 graduates
- Opportunity to be assessed for a position on the 2014 Woodside Graduate Program
We offer summer internships to motivated, talented and energetic students in their penultimate year of study who want to undertake solid, meaningful work in Perth over the summer break in various engineering and non-technical disciplines.
Applications for the 2012/2013 program will open on 25 June 2012 on our website www.woodside.com.au/careers
Students in their penultimate year with Australian/New Zealand Permanent Residency or Citizenship can apply.
Any queries for the Summer Internship Program can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 369 489.
Graduate and Intern Disciplines
Graduates in Supply Chain at Woodside will work on business improvement projects and activities centred around effective delivery of inbound materials and services in order to deliver greater value to our customers and shareholders in areas such as Warehousing & Distribution; Facilities Management, Demand & Inventory, Procurement, and Aviation.
Petroleum Engineers at Woodside are typically focussed on reservoir development opportunities. They look at how best to develop a reservoir and what sort of production rates to expect. They can also take on development roles in integrated gas forecasting and working offshore optimising production. Petroleum Engineers are also encouraged to considered roles in well engineering; designing constructing exploration, appraisal and development wells.
Process engineers at Woodside have the opportunity to support two LNG processing plants based in Karratha, WA, or to support one of several offshore oil or gas facilities. Process engineers have the opportunity to be involved in the conceptual and detailed design, installation, commissioning and start up of new projects – both onshore and offshore.
Health and Safety
Graduates in the Health & Safety area work together to provide Woodside with the strategic direction, KPIs and business processes required to manage health and safety. Health and Safety monitor performance internally and against our industry peers and work to reinforce the positive behaviours of Woodside’s safety culture.
Geoscientists at Woodside will be involved in exploring for oil and gas in the sub-surface and working with engineers to develop resulting discoveries. Geoscientists in Woodside use seismic data and geological data acquired while drilling to carry out regional studies, asset-based exploration and development of discovered hydrocarbons. Geoscientists also work in a range of specialist technology groups, responsible for acquisition, processing and quantitative analysis of seismic data, characterisation, prediction and sequence stratigraphy of reservoirs, hydrocarbon charge modelling and structural interpretation.
The Commercial Function supports all value creation and value delivery activities in Woodside, including exploration, equity transactions, construction/ project agreements, joint venture management, marketing/ sales of LNG/ liquids, technology structuring and shipping-related transactions. As a graduate in the Commercial Function you will receive broad business exposure and the opportunity to contribute to the identification, development and execution of business/ investment opportunities through strategy development, economic/ market analysis and the negotiation, award and management of contracts.
Finance provides financial management and accounting support to Woodside’s business, covering a full spectrum of accounting activities including; Management, Financial and Statutory Accounting, Budgeting and Forecasting, Financial Systems and Processes, Tax and Treasury.
Information Solutions and Services
As a graduate in Woodside’s Information Solutions and Services team, you will be dedicated to the delivery and support of information technology solutions and the provision of information management services that enable Woodside’s business. Roles are challenging and diverse, with the opportunity to touch on all aspects of IT and IM; from systems analysis, through to application development, information security, business intelligence, enterprise content management and the provisioning of IT and telecommunications infrastructure.
As a graduate in the ICE (Instrumentation, control and electrical systems) engineering disciplines, you are primarily responsible for Asset Management Systems, Management Information Systems and Hardware and operating systems across the Assess, Select, Develop, Execute, and Operate phases of our assets including refurbishment, replacement and abandonment. ICE Engineers provide high integrity foundations and value-adding innovations to underpin Woodside objectives
Mechanical Engineers at Woodside carry out a variety of tasks across Projects, Developments and Production, you may find yourself writing scope of work for major shutdowns, revising engineering standards to reflect current best practice, participating in design reviews or evaluating equipment operating envelopes and determining feasibility to operate under different conditions.
As a graduate in the Environment function you will be part of a team that provides Woodside with strategic leadership, direction and technical knowledge regarding environmental performance and sustainability across a full range of Woodside’s activities. You will also have a key role in interfacing with communities and Government agencies, who hold an important stake in Woodside’s development ambitions. It covers roles in project approvals and environmental impact assessment, environmental management in seismic and drilling, project planning, construction, commissioning and operational and functional roles setting policy and direction.
How to Apply
Motivated, talented and energetic students in their penultimate year.
Australian citizens and permanent residents only (inlcuding New Zealand citizens).
How to apply
Online at www.woodside.com.au/careers. Our applications open on 25 June 2012.
Woodside offers people the potential to grow in a supportive and caring workplace. Caring for each other, the environment and the community is one of our core values.
Our Values as a company are strong and sustainable performance, care and respect, integrity and trust, initative and accountability, creativity and enterprise, and working together. We put paramount importance on the health and safety of our people.
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Timor-Leste Professional Development Program
A placement within our Timor-Leste Professional Development Program will provide Timor-Leste nationals currently enrolled full time at an Australian university (undergraduate or post-graduate degree) with valuable experience of working within a fast growing, multi-disciplined organisation.
You will be given the opportunity to undertake a variety of tasks in a dynamic environment that will provide:
- 12 weeks paid work experience that will allow you to make Woodside and broader industry contacts;
- Career development skills; and
- Technical, business and personal skills training.
We offer positions to motivated and talented Timor-Leste nationals currently enrolled full time at an Australian university (undergraduate or post graduate degree), who want to undertake solid, meaningful work experience over the 12 week summer break in various engineering and non-technical disciplines. Candidates will need to demonstrate that they have a valid right to live, work and study in Australia. A copy of documentation evidencing this must be provided and must be valid for the full duration of the program.
Applications for the 2012/2013 Program are now open. To apply to participate in the Timor-Leste Professional Development program at Woodside, please click on the 'Apply' button below. Complete the application form, attach a copy of your resume and academic results.
All queries should be directed to email@example.com and 1300 369 489.