Applications are now open and will close on the 31st December 2017.

Check our Role Availability page to see what areas of interest are open.

Some areas of interest are full and will display a Register your interest link. We may open other roles or business areas due to business requirements, we recommend that you Register your interest and input as much information as possible. We may contact you, based on the information you have given, about remaining vacancies and exclusive events.

An Assessed Internship is an excellent way to get to know Shell from the inside and immerse yourself in the energy industry. It can also help you decide what career is right for you. You’ll have full day-to-day involvement in actual projects, selected to match your interests and abilities.

You’ll join a project team and work alongside Shell employees who are all professionals in their fields. Their perspectives will contribute to your understanding of our business, its demands and rewards.

A supervisor and mentor will support you directly and you’ll undertake regular assessments throughout your internship to ensure you get the most from the experience.

What we look for:

You’ll be evaluated on your capacity for analysis, decision-making and creating workable solutions, as well as your drive, enthusiasm, resilience and confidence.

During an Assessed Internship, you’ll have a formal mid-term review with your mentor and supervisor. Following this, there will be a final review where there would be a competency based interview. You’ll also be asked to prepare a final presentation about your project.

Your success in the Assessed Internship could result in you being offered a full time role.

Application process

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