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Graduate programme at Equinor

Do you want to shape the future of energy?
Graduate at Equinor

You've worked hard for your education, now you're ready to put your learning into action on the first step in your career. As a graduate at Equinor, that means contributing to one of the most important challenges of our time – the energy transition. 

Becoming a leader in the energy transition will require ingenuity and imagination as well as technical expertise. It won't be easy, and we'll all need to perform at our best if we want to succeed. That's why we'll ensure you'll have the tools and experiences to shape your future, so you can use your passion and ability to shape ours. 

What can you expect from the programme?  
The two-year programme is made up of 3–12-month rotations across functions, business areas or locations. Our graduates are permanent employees from day one, so you’ll have access to all the benefits that are available in your country of work. 

From the start you’ll be working on assignments that put you in the middle of the action. You’ll develop and build your career through on-the job-training, tailored learning and development modules, networking and various courses offered by our Equinor university. 

When we collaborate, we are more resilient, and we achieve better results. As a graduate, that means opportunities to work with different business areas and on multi-discipline teams, learning from and being inspired by colleagues in a variety of fields. 
 
And we understand that feeling supported, valued and healthy can also have a positive impact on how you perform at work. That's why our benefits packages are designed to help you balance work and life at all stages of your career, including tools for your mental and physical health, flexible working policies and global parental leave. 

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Graduate: Strategy and Business Development
We are responsible for positioning Equinor for the future by shaping the corporate strategy of the company, defining how and where to compete, and optimizing our corporate portfolio accordingly. Business Development delivers short- and long-term business development, mergers, acquisitions, and divestments activities, to actively drive Equinor’s corporate development and growth in chosen markets.   What can you do in Strategy and Business Development?  As a graduate in strategy and business development you could end up working on projects within oil and gas, renewables, or low carbon solutions. It’s a great opportunity for graduates to gain experience and build networks across our whole value chain whilst developing a deep understanding of the economic, technical, and commercial aspects of the energy sector.   Meet one of our graduates   Marine joined the strategy and business development programme in 2020 and now works in a business development role renewables. Here she discusses gaining early responsibility, her learning journey and the importance of collaboration.  See the video Who can apply?   Students studying in disciplines such as Economics, Finance, Business & Administration, Social and Political Sciences would be ideally suited to this area.   However, we are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join our organization and are interested in people with different backgrounds and experiences.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: People and Organisation
Our purpose is to build a values-based, high-performing, and learning organisation enabled by the right capabilities to deliver on the business strategy. The PO function comprises leadership development, employee relations, total rewards, organisation design & change, internal communication, workforce capabilities, diversity and inclusion, learning and development, recruitment and deployment, employer branding, and personnel emergency.   Meet one of our graduates   Ha joined the PO programme in 2019 and currently leads the delivery of our Summer Internship programme. Listen as she talks about her passion for driving change and how she was supported through the uncertainty of the pandemic.  See the video What can I do in PO?   As a graduate in the PO function, you will have the opportunity to develop yourself and work within different areas:  Corporate PO develops strategies, policies, and requirements and supports and monitors the business areas.   PO within the Business areas provides strategic direction and advice to the line management and ensures that ongoing HR processes are delivered effectively and efficiently.   Functional Centre of Excellence PO provides consultative, operational, and transactional services, including learning and development, reward and employee relations, payroll, recruitment, and personnel administration.  We are a broad discipline with many specialisms that graduates can work in. You’ll also get the opportunity to work across more than one area during your time with us; those areas could include:    Attraction, recruitment, and induction  Reward mobility and employee relations  Learning  Development and deployment  Pension and insurance  Operations & systems  Who can apply?   We welcome applications from students from a wide variety of degree disciplines, including;  human resources, business administration, economics, finance, and psychology. Additional fields of study such as information technology, management, and international relations might also be relevant.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Communications
By securing trust, support, and a strong reputation, we enable the company to reach its business objectives. We continuously work with key stakeholders internally and externally and advise leadership and the executive committee on strategic & tactical business decisions.   In the communication function, you will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of tasks and a chance to work within a highly respected organisation in a global energy major. We are working to shape the future of energy, and we need talented individuals to join us on our journey from a focused oil and gas producer to a genuinely global energy company.  Meet some of our graduates  Watch as some of our 2020 graduates explain why they’d recommend applying for a place on one of our programmes.See the video What can I do in communications?   Communications is a multidiscipline area that touches all aspects of our business. As a graduate, you’ll have the opportunity to work in at least one of the following areas:    Internal Communication  Media Relations  Brand Communication  Consultancy and Projects  Political and Public Affairs  Digital engagement  Who can apply?   The most relevant academic subjects include; Social and political science, Communication, Economics, Business & Administration.   However, we are looking for talented and motivated individuals to join our competent organization. We are interested in people with different backgrounds.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Information Technology & Digitalisation
IT and digitalisation are part of everything we do and a key enabler for value creation and secure and compliant operations.    By joining us, you will be part of a technology powerhouse that brings together research, technology, digitalisation, and IT. Our objective is to deliver safe and efficient technology, innovative solutions to problems, and create new opportunities across all areas of our value chain and operations.     We utilize advanced technologies such as cloud computing, microservice architectures, and machine learning to unlock the potential of the vast amounts of data we have.    Within our deliveries, cyber security is a critical function to safeguard our operations and enable our digital ambitions. As a graduate of the Cyber Defense Centre, you will get the opportunity to grow your skillset, specialize, work with competent and experienced colleagues, and be exposed to a complex threat picture against our assets worldwide, onshore and offshore.  What can I do in Information Technology?   We're one of the fastest-growing areas in Equinor, and our deliveries touch almost every area of the business. As a graduate, you'll have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:    Information Technology    Cloud computing  Software development    Data analytics, data science, and Artificial Intelligence (AI)    Cyber security and risk management    Enterprise data management    Automation, robotics, and remote control   Geomatics, Geodesy, Geographic Information Science  Human-centered design  Meet some of our people   Marius, a leader in our cyber security team, discusses what graduates can expect when they join the programme. See the video The next generation of IT talent are playing an active role in how we innovate within IT. Listen as our IT graduate Daniel joins students from AHO to discuss an augmented reality project. See the video  Who can apply?  We need talent from across the spectrum of IT, digital and technology studies. These include   Computer Sciences.  All Information Technology-related degrees  STEM and humanities.  Send in your application here (open from 1.8.2022)
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Graduate: Cyber security
IT and digitalisation are part of everything we do and a key enabler for value creation and secure and compliant operations.    By joining us, you will be part of a technology powerhouse that brings together research, technology, digitalisation, and IT. Our objective is to deliver safe and efficient technology, innovative solutions to problems, and create new opportunities across all areas of our value chain and operations.     We utilize advanced technologies such as cloud computing, microservice architectures, and machine learning to unlock the potential of the vast amounts of data we have.    Within our deliveries, cyber security is a critical function to safeguard our operations and enable our digital ambitions. As a graduate of the Cyber Defense Centre, you will get the opportunity to grow your skillset, specialize, work with competent and experienced colleagues, and be exposed to a complex threat picture against our assets worldwide, onshore and offshore.  What can I do in Information Technology?   We're one of the fastest-growing areas in Equinor, and our deliveries touch almost every area of the business. As a graduate, you'll have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:    Information Technology    Cloud computing  Software development    Data analytics, data science, and Artificial Intelligence (AI)    Cyber security and risk management    Enterprise data management    Automation, robotics, and remote control   Geomatics, Geodesy, Geographic Information Science  Human-centered design  Meet some of our people   Marius, a leader in our cyber security team, discusses what graduates can expect when they join the programme. See the video The next generation of IT talent are playing an active role in how we innovate within IT. Listen as our IT graduate Daniel joins students from AHO to discuss an augmented reality project. See the video  Who can apply?  We need talent from across the spectrum of IT, digital and technology studies. These include   Computer Sciences.  All Information Technology-related degrees  STEM and humanities.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Safety, security and sustainability (SSU)
Safety is our first priority. We believe all accidents related to people, the environment, and assets can be prevented. The goal of zero injuries has become a part of how we think and work, with a strong focus on continuous improvement.    The role of safety, security, and sustainability (SSU) is to set the direction and support the organisation at all levels to deliver industry-leading performance within our three areas of focus.   Our graduates work towards supporting Equinor operations on a wide range of tasks and all of our business areas, creating excellent possibilities for networking and development. Today, SSU works primarily with oil and gas projects. But we are in a transition and building momentum towards supporting our growing renewable and low carbon solutions business.   We are seeking highly motivated and skilled graduates to take part in this exciting journey to shape our future together.  Meet one of our graduates  Watch Roìsìn discuss her reasons for joining Equinor and how she’s been able to develop her network and experiences whilst on the programme. See the video Where can you work?   Our work covers several core areas and specialisms you could work in during the programme. These include:    Safety  Security  Climate and Sustainability  Health and working environment  Security, Crisis, and Continuity management  Who can apply?   A wide range of technical, social, and economic studies are relevant within the SSU area. These include safety, energy and environmental science, material science, social science, industrial economics, chemistry, medical studies, law, psychology, and other business-related studies.   Learn more about our approach to safety and sustainability Send in your application here
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Graduate: Supply Chain Management
We ensure a safe and efficient supply of goods and services to all Equinor's global operations and development projects. PSR is deeply involved in delivering all parts of the Equinor strategy, whether optimizing our oil and gas portfolio, growing our renewables business, or building positions in low carbon solutions.    PSR handles the annual procurement of services and equipment of over 160 billion NOK across various activities. This includes developing strategies that support Equinors move into new areas and developing new processes for working with suppliers and partners. PSR also plays an essential role in the ongoing digitalisation of our operations. Supply chain management (SCM) covers procurement, materials management, and logistics operations. We support capital projects, renewables, drilling & well, and operations.  Meet some of our graduates  Watch as some of our 2020 graduates explain why they’d recommend applying for a place on one of our programmes. See the video What can I do in Supply Chain?   We provide commercial and procurement support to all business areas and cover all phases of our supply chain. For graduates, this means the opportunity to build a broad understanding of our business during your career here. It also provides variety, with the opportunity to move laterally across teams and units, creating networks that will support your development.   Who can apply?   We are interested in graduates from technical, commercial, and legal backgrounds to purely logistics and supply chain management. We are also interested in a combination of these fields.  Some of the most common degree subjects we recruit from include:  Economics  Economics Business Management  Industrial Economics  Logistics and Supply Chain  Law  Engineering  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Subsurface - Geosciences
Subsurface ensures that Equinor finds, matures, and manages its hydrocarbon resources in a profitable, competitive, safe, and energy-efficient manner.   As a graduate in the Subsurface network, you will work within a multidisciplinary team and build your competence alongside colleagues from different backgrounds. You will have the opportunity to work in various areas, including Geological, Geophysical, or Petrophysical evaluations, Basin, Play & Petroleum System Analysis, Prospect Evaluation & Maturation, Well Planning, Reservoir evaluation, characterization, and modeling. Geoscience and Data Science resources may also be involved in technology development and implementation.  Meet one of our graduates “During the programme I’ve learnt a lot, and I think most of that is because of the job rotations. Each rotation is somewhat like starting a new job. You get to know different projects and work with different teams, and you also learn a lot about the different perspectives, challenges and risks that each project has”   Aline Belila  Graduate, Subsurface   What can I do in Subsurface:Graduates joining our geosciences discipline could work in one of the following areas:    Geology  Geophysics  Petrophysics  Data Science (incl. Data Management, Data Science)  Computer Science  Mathematics and Physics  Other scientific lines of university study Who can apply?  We’re looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:    Geology, geophysics, petrophysics, and other data science disciplines. Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, petroleum economics, and management could also be relevant.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Subsurface - Data and Digital
Subsurface ensures that Equinor finds, matures, and manages its hydrocarbon resources in a profitable, competitive, safe, and energy-efficient manner.   As a graduate in the Subsurface network, you will work within a multidisciplinary team and build your competence alongside colleagues from different backgrounds. You will have the opportunity to work in various areas, including Geological, Geophysical, or Petrophysical evaluations, Basin, Play & Petroleum System Analysis, Prospect Evaluation & Maturation, Well Planning, Reservoir evaluation, characterization, and modeling. Geoscience and Data Science resources may also be involved in technology development and implementation.  Meet one of our graduates “During the programme I’ve learnt a lot, and I think most of that is because of the job rotations. Each rotation is somewhat like starting a new job. You get to know different projects and work with different teams, and you also learn a lot about the different perspectives, challenges and risks that each project has”   Aline Belila  Graduate, Subsurface   What can I do in Subsurface:Graduates joining our geosciences discipline could work in one of the following areas:    Geology  Geophysics  Petrophysics  Data Science (incl. Data Management, Data Science)  Computer Science  Mathematics and Physics  Other scientific lines of university study Who can apply?  We’re looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:    Geology, geophysics, petrophysics, and other data science disciplines. Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, petroleum economics, and management could also be relevant.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Subsurface – Reservoir and Production Technology
Subsurface ensures that Equinor finds, matures, and manages its hydrocarbon resources in a profitable, competitive, safe, and energy-efficient manner.    As an engineer in the Subsurface network, you will work and deliver within a multidisciplinary team and build your competence with your engineering colleagues. You will have the opportunity to work in various areas, including reservoir- and production technology activities during exploration, early phase, field development, production phase, abandonment, and portfolio transactions. Subsurface graduates may also be involved in developing and implementing new technology.  What can I do in this area?   Graduates joining our reservoir and production technology discipline could work in one of the following areas:    Reservoir Technology  Production Technology  Meet one of our graduates“During the programme I’ve learnt a lot, and I think most of that is because of the job rotations. Each rotation is somewhat like starting a new job. You get to know different projects and work with different teams and you also learn a lot about the different perspectives, challenges and risks that each project has”   Aline Belila  Graduate, Subsurface Who can apply?   We’re looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:    Petroleum Technology (reservoir and production technology)  Chemical Engineering,  Mechanical Engineering  Electronics, Cybernetics, and Automation  Computer Science  Mathematics, or Physics  Other scientific lines of university study  Additional education in areas such as technology, information technology, economics, and management are also relevant.  Send in your application here  
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Graduate: Drilling and well
The main disciplines we cover are drilling, completion, intervention, and subsea engineering. We have worldwide corporate responsibility for D&W activities, and we are currently running approximately 40 operations daily from platforms, rigs, and vessels. Our teams collaborate closely with a wide range of Equinor stakeholders, our customers, suppliers, and partners to deliver exploration and development wells worldwide.    Our work plays a significant role across all areas of our strategy, from enabling safer and more efficient production to reducing the CO2 emissions from our oil and gas outputs and delivering wells for our carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects. Meet one of our graduates  Get a first-hand look at life on one of our platforms with Viktor, a graduate in our drilling and well discipline. See the video What can I do in Drilling and Well?   Our diverse and evolving project portfolio means we can offer graduates a varied career path and plenty of opportunities to develop their skill sets and broaden their experience. A typical starting point would be in one of our planning centres, which are the backbone of D&W and will ensure you have the competence and expertise to work across any of our disciplines, which include:   Drilling  Completion  Well Intervention  Subsea technology  Further experience could include opportunities in our operational centres, exposure to central functions such as facilities and subsea or discipline engineering, or the chance to work on digitalization and improvement projects.   Wherever your career takes you, you’ll have access to on-the-job learning, dedicated learning modules through Equinor University, and the chance to work in and learn from other business areas.   Who can apply?   We're looking for graduates who are studying any of the following subjects:   Petroleum Technology, Subsea Technology, Marin and Offshore Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical engineering, Petroleum Cybernetics, Data Science, and Industrial Economics.   Additional technology, information technology, and management education could also be relevant.  Send your application here
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Graduate: Corporate Audit
Our responsibility is to monitor the business to assure that it is subject to adequate management and control.   The role of corporate audit is to provide independent, objective assurance and advisory services that are designed to protect, add value, and improve the organisation's operations.   Corporate audit helps the organisation accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluating and improving the effectiveness of governance, risk management, and control processes.  Meet some of our graduates  Watch as some of our 2020 graduates explain why they’d recommend applying for a place on one of our programmes. See the video What can I do in Corporate Audit?   Within the corporate audit function, we conduct audits and investigations in all business areas and staff functions and across geographical boundaries.   Since we provide independent assurance and investigate serious incidents, you will most likely have the opportunity to engage with and be exposed to senior management teams in Equinor. As a graduate, this means the chance to familiarize yourself with different parts of our organisation, network across business areas and build your profile at all levels of leadership.    As a graduate, you'll have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:    Internal Audit  Misconduct  Accident investigation  Strategy planning and methodology  Who can apply?   A wide range of educational backgrounds, such as management, finance, risk management, economics, engineering, safety, sustainability, security, project development, innovation, and industrial economics, may be relevant.   Send in your application here
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Graduate: Renewables
Our ambition is to continue to grow profitably while expanding into other renewable energy sources as a leader in the field.    The renewable portfolio includes several technologies Equinor already has a world-leading position in, including floating offshore wind and innovative battery solutions to improve performance from wind-based electricity production. Our ambition is to be a net zero company by 2050. Learn more about the renewables and low carbon projects that will get us there. Renewable energy and low carbon solutions Meet one of our graduates  Marine joined Equinor in strategy and business development before moving into renewables for her latest rotation. Listen as she talks about some of the highlights of her experience so far. See the video What can I do in renewables?   We're a large organisation expanding rapidly as we grow our expertise and move into new markets. For graduates, this means working at the heart of progress in our sector and gaining exposure to a broad range of career opportunities.   Those joining our renewables programme could end up working in one or more of the following areas:     • Strategy & Business Development: implement renewables strategy and secure access to new profitable opportunities  • Project Development: develop safe, sustainable, predictable, and competitive renewable projects  • Operations & Maintenance: ensure safe, sustainable, and efficient operations of renewable assets  • Technology Development: drive renewables technology development and innovation  Who can apply?   We're looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:  Energy and Environmental Engineering; Renewables Energy Engineering; Sustainable Energy Engineering; Process & Environmental Systems Engineering; Electrical Power Engineering; Energy storage; Geotechnical Engineering; Process Engineering; Materials Science & Engineering; Automation Engineering; Electronic Systems Engineering; Physics and Mathematics; Electrochemical engineering; Process data analytics and simulation; Predictive analytics and machine learning; Industrial Economics, Technology & Management; Business Administration & Science.  Send in your application here
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Graduate: Finance and Control
We ensure financing across our value chain and are responsible for financial information internally and externally. The F&C function provides professional support and advice to business units and corporate executive management. We also represent Equinor in the financial markets and are responsible for the interaction with equity analysts and investors.  Meet one of our graduatesRead the interview with our Finance and Control graduate Lien here. What can I do in Finance and Control?    If you join our graduate programme, you'll have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:    Economic Analysis  Accounting  Treasury and Tax  Performance management  Who can apply?   We’re looking for graduates from the following degree subjects and disciplines:   Master's degrees in Accounting, Finance, Business, Economics, Administration, Economic Policy, Strategy. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Marketing and Supply
As part of Equinor's Marketing, Midstream, and Processing business area, we are responsible for developing infrastructure to ensure flow assurance for Equinor's upstream production, low carbon solutions (CCS and Hydrogen), and external market analysis. We are close to 1,000 employees working in crucial roles across multiple disciplines and specialisms. We also have functional responsibility within IT, value chain improvements, and digitalisation.  You can expect to rotate to different roles in MMP during the programme. You will become a valuable member of our graduate community and collaborate with teams across Equinor's value chain.  Meet one of our graduates“If you think market and supply sounds interesting, I will definitely vouch for that. It’s so broad and there are so many different things you can do and rotate between. For example, you have sales of gas or other products, you have shipping, you have digitalisation, and you have the onshore plants you can work with. It gives you a really good opportunity to get a broad view of our value chain, which is all part of the marketing and supply programme”  Lise Jørpeland  Graduate, Market and Supply  What can you do in Marketing and Supply?  We believe in development via exposure and on-the-job training and we’ll help you shape your career path in line with our strategy and your skills, talent, and aspirations. Some of the areas you could end up working in include:    • Macroeconomics, energy- and commodity market analysis  • Trading, marketing, portfolio optimisation, commercial commodity logistical operations • Asset optimization, business case development, and negotiations • Shipping and chartering • Commercial contracts management and deal handling  • Government and regulatory affairs • Analytics and data management  Who can apply?  We recruit graduates from a range of academic backgrounds, including: Economics, finance, shipping, trading, logistics, business, industrial economics, innovation, engineering, naval architecture, marine technology, offshore technology, maritime law, political science and law, energy management, data science, data management or sustainability. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Geotechnics, Civil & Seabed Intervention Engineering, Marine Surveyor
Participate in developing our facilities for oil, gas or renewable energy production from feasibility studies, through engineering and construction, to operation and removal: Seabed Surveys and seabed intervention (seafloor, seabed and sub-seabed). Geotechnical engineering. Maps and geospatial services.. Acquire, manage, visualize and analyse geographical data For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Marine Surveyor, Subsea engineering, Geotechnics, Civil Engineering, Geospatial, Geomatics, Earth Science. Send in your application here  
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Graduate: Construction And Commisioning In Project Development
Construction and Commissioning are building and modifying equipment and installations ranging from platforms to wind turbines. The activities extend from yards in Norway to offshore facilities and building sites across the world. Equinor's Construction teams follow up the contractors’ construction work and verifies quality before structures and equipment are handed over to commissioning. The Commissioning teams prepare, execute and document tests and inspections prior to final hand over to operations. Both Construction and Commissioning organizations combine discipline expertise (electro, instrument, process, mechanical and more) with leadership skills such as risk mitigation and stakeholder engagement. Project data analytics and digital tools are used for efficient collaboration and identification of bottlenecks.   Graduates will engage in a variety of Construction and Commissioning tasks and projects across the portfolio and can expect new challenges and experiences when building the future of Equinor. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Electrical Engineering, Cybernetics & Automation Engineering, Telecom Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Subsea Engineering, Industrial Economics, Technology & Management, Project Management & Control, Energy and Environment. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Project Control & Analysis
Main responsibilities and tasks in Project Control & Analysis: Provide the project team and management with critical, decision-making basis that ensures deliveries on schedule and cost targets for projects. Collaborate and build strong relationship with all disciplines in the project. Actively perform analysis of schedule and cost performance, and communicate risk, trends, forecasts and mitigating actions. Secure experience sharing and digitalisation to support continuous improvements and further development of best practices, relevant tools and the management system. As a graduate in Project Control & Analysis you will be able to grow and deliver together with experienced colleagues developing own competencies and skills at the same time contributing in the energy transition. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within technology or business administration. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Quality & Risk Engineering
Our aim is to attract and develop people who share our values and are excited by our vision.Working with us you will prepare & facilitate Project Development and: Drive Quality & Risk culture, including continuous improvement and Digitization initiatives. Actively contribute to development of best practice, work processes and tools. Ensure experience transfer, to ensure a continuous learning loop. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Business & Administration, Science, Industrial Economics, Technolgoy & Management, Project Management & Control, Risk Management, Energy and Environment, Engineering. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Information And Data Management
By joining our team in Project Development, Information and Data Management you will have the opportunity to: Contribute to safeguarding traceability and retrieval of project documentation and information. Secure and protect the project information through correct security classification, access management and record management. Contract preparation and follow-up. Creating value and quality by setting up routines and systems to ensure seamless flow of data. Participate in digitalization initiatives and actively contribute to the development and continuous improvement of tools and best practices. Communicate the importance of data and information management and ensure common understanding of requirements across stakeholders in the project. Contribute to build a data driven culture and improve awareness of information management- security and compliance. Contribute to experience transfer within the sector and Equinor’s internal network. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Business Administration & Science, Data Management/Data Science Engineering, Industrial Economics, Technology & Management, Information Management, Library & Information Science, Information systems, Project Management & Control, Energy and Environment. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Subsea Facilities
Join our team in Subsea Facilities within Project Development or Technology, Digital & Innovation to: Develop a diverse skillset by working in one or more projects or technology development initiatives within the Renewables, Oil and Gas and Low Carbon Solution portfolios, focusing within the following disciplines:                      - Subsea Production Systems, including structures, manifolds and tie in systems.                     - Subsea Control Systems.                     - Rigid and Flexible Flowlines and Risers.                     - Pipeline Commissioning.                     - Static and dynamic cables and umbilicals. Integrate multidisciplinary project teams and contribute in tasks in different phases of project development from early phase feasibility studies through concept development, evaluation and selection, FEED, detail design, fabrication, construction, offshore installation, commissioning and operations. The tasks to be carried out include technical and commercial follow-up of external suppliers to Equinor during these phases, which requires personal qualities and competence within engineering subjects as detailed below. Depending on work location, employees within subsea facilities usually have the possibility to go offshore on installation vessels for some weeks per year. It is advantegous if the candidate is interested in prolonged stays (e.g. typically 1 to 3 years) as expatriate outside of Norway, e.g. Europe, Asia, South America, North America. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Mechanical, Marine, Civil Engineering or Cybernetics. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Automation, Robotics And Cybernetics
Automation, Robotics and Cybernetics are important for safe control, monitoring of facilities, and for efficient operations and production in Equinor. By joining Equinor as a Graduate within these disciplines you will have the opportunity to: Accelerate the use of robots and drones within Equinor through software development, technology qualification, implementation, simulation, testing, and integration of robotic solutions. Follow up automation and process development in the major Equinor projects within renewables, oil&gas and low carbon, all the way from early phase to start-up. Contribute to the digital future of Equinor towards remotely operated and more autonomous facilities, including use of AI&machine learning, advanced control and optimization, robotics and drones, predictive maintenance, and execution of digitalization projects. Work closely with multidiscipline teams, gain insight into other engineering disciplines, be proactive towards the possibilities enabled by automation and digitalization, gain increased understanding of cyber security and network design. Provide technical support for operation, maintenance and modifications of our offshore and onshore plants in Norway and abroad. Participate in technology research and development, and implement the results at our plants. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Engineering Cybernetics, Automation, Mechatronics and Robotics. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Electrical Power Engineering
The position will include a wide range of activities related to Electrical Power Engineering in one of our business areas: Contribute to Equinor’s transition to a broad energy company by designing electrical power systems and perform system analysis for renewable as well as oil and gas projects. Follow up and guide contractors and suppliers during feasibility studies, engineering, fabrication, testing, construction and start-up. Provide technical support and integrity tasks to operation, maintenance, and modifications of our offshore and onshore plants in Norway and abroad. Participate in technology development and research programs within the discipline. Contribute to digitalisation of electrical power systems. Contribute to internal and external improvement activities. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Electrical Power Engineering. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Offshore Structure And Marine Technology
By joining our team in Offshore Structure and Marine Technology you will have the opportunity to: Be a part of our team within Marin Technology to Ensure Safe and Efficient Operations of one of the biggest and most advanced portfolios both oil and gas and renewals of marine structures and marine offshore installations globally. Participate in developing and operating our offshore facilities for oil, gas or renewable energy production from research, feasibility studies, through engineering and construction, to operation and removal. Work in a cutting-edge research and technology environment. Follow up offshore structural integrity and marine systems (Mooring and Positioning Systems, Ballast Systems, Loading/Unloading Systems, Stability, etc.) of offshore installations both existing and new builds. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Marine Technology, Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architect and Marine Cybernetic. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Mechanical Technology
Work with a broad range of tasks within Mechanical Technology: Subjects are within turbomachinery, static mechanical equipment, piping engineering, design layout, pipe stress and high-pressure valves. Contribute to Equinor’s transition to a broad energy company utilizing latest mechanical technology solutions for renewables, wind, as well as low carbon solutions, hydrogen, carbon capture and storage, and oil and gas projects. Develop new technology in collaboration with contractors, suppliers, research institutions and universities, and implement the technology in new and operating plants. Participate in building new international and Norwegian energy production sites, from early planning through engineering, construction and start-up, catering for mechanical aspects. Technical evaluation and risk assessment of complex mechanical designs and related systems. Ensure the opportunities digital solutions provide for monitoring and control of mechanical equipment are utilized. For this position, we are also looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Mechanical Engineering, Energy and Process Engineering (other relevant degrees will also be considered). Send in your application here
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Graduate: Process And Flow Assurance
By joining Process or Flow Assurance you will work with tasks such as: Process design in oil & gas, carbon capture and storage (CCS) and hydrogen development projects in Norway and international, including simulations. Production and energy optimization for high value and low carbon. Operational support and tasks related to operation, maintenance and modification on plants onshore and offshore. Support within process safety for all Equinor’s business areas including projects. Research and technology development from idea to broad implementation related to oil & gas, low carbon solutions, renewable energy and power systems. Specialist services and support for projects and production plants offshore and onshore, including laboratory services. Flow Assurance studies in oil & gas or CCS development projects in Norway and international, including steady state and transient pipeline flow simulations (OLGA). For this position, we are also looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Process and Energy Technology, Chemical Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Multiphase Flow, Physics or other related technical disciplines. Send in your application here  
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Graduate: Technical Safety & Technical Working Environment (Human Factors And Acoustics)
The graduate will be part of a strong team of System engineers who provides technical safety and technical working environment support to more than 30 offshore and onshore installations in Norway and internationally.  Tasks are related to providing technical advice and services within: Technical Safety: Provide support to risk assessment, e.g. HAZID, HAZOP, TRA (total risk analysis). Management of Functional Safety/SIS/SIL – develop robust and reliable instrumented safety barriers. Evaluate and follow up the integrity of technical safety systems and equipment on our plants. Technical Working Environment (Acoustics): Noise control to ensure safe and secure conditions with regards to noise exposure and acoustic environment. Contribute to design solutions in project development and modification projects to secure safe and good work environment for maintenance and operation. Technical Working Environment (Human Factors): Ensure the application of human centered design process and principles to support safe and efficient operations. Support projects in the design of safety critical and complex systems such as control rooms and safety automation system Human Machine Interfaces; follow up of operational barriers as part of safety barrier management. For this position, we are also looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Technical safety, Fire safety, Process safety, Process technology, Industrial/ Occupational hygiene, Petroleum technology, Safety and Risk Management, Acoustics, Human Factors Engineering, Psychology (e.g. Organizational, Cognitive), Industrial economy, Simulation programs, computational engineering and other related technical disciplines. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Materials Technology
Shape how we work with additive manufacturing and 3D printing in Equinor for a safe and sustainable future. Work in exciting research project within materials technology to optimize our oil and gas production and to accelerate our renewable and low carbon business by proactively identifying business needs, technology gaps and opportunities within areas like corrosion, material selection, process chemistry, materials engineering, fatigue, welding, fracture mechanics and metallurgy.Deliver on tasks related to material technology to safeguard the integrity and provide operational support for onshore and offshore installations in Norway, as well as internationally.  Establish and continuously improve maintenance programs and long term plans for surface treatment. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Materials Technology. Send in your application here
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Graduate: Maintenance Management & Reliability
By joining our team you will have the opportunity to work with tasks related to the Maintenance Management & Reliability discpline: Perform maintenance and reliability analysis to drive improvements within safety, regularity and cost to support Equinors improvement agenda. Participate in maintenance engineering project. Participate in maintenance planning and execution. Use digital opportunities and big data to support analysis and challenge or improve existing work processes within maintenance. management, including development of digital tools as needed. Transform ideas and suggestions into concrete solutions and improvements. For this position, we are looking for:Master’s degree or PhD with strong academic record within Maintenance Management, Reliability and RAMS, Offshore Technology, Safety and Risk Management, Marine Technology and Mechanical Engineering. Send in your application here
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Internship
The need to meet an increasing demand for energy in a more sustainable way is one of the biggest challenges facing humankind today. Every business area, team and project in Equinor plays a role in delivering this mission, and our summer internship is no different.  What can you expect from the programme?   You will join us on a six-week hybrid programme - partly physical and partly virtual - designed to give you the experience and skills you need in your studies and future career.  Working flexibly, you will split your time between working as part of a team within one of our business areas, learning and development activities, as well as delivering a group project with several of your fellow interns (the group project is not applicable to US interns).  Hands-on experience You will spend part of your internship working on tasks and projects within the discipline you’ve applied for, giving you first-hand experience of the strategy, processes and culture in your team. Your hiring manager will be your main point of contact, ensuring that you get the most out of your time with us, but you’ll also be supported by colleagues in your team.       Learning and development  You will join a series of learning sessions that provide an overview of our business and introduce you to some of the processes and methods we use at Equinor. These will include introductions to key areas of our strategy such as safety and sustainability, the energy transition plan, our value chains (oil & gas, renewables, low carbon solutions), technology and digitalization. There will also be learning opportunities covering various professional skills that will help you in your future career.  Multidiscipline project delivery You will spend the remainder of your time on a group project with other students from various academic backgrounds and supported by experienced colleagues from around our business.  Over the course of this project, you’ll get to develop key skills such as collaboration, leadership, communication, presentation skills and planning and time management.  Protecting your well-being We are constantly developing our flexible working policy to meet the increasing demand for remote working, so you can be sure that your health and well-being will be a priority during your time with us. We also recognise that your summer internship is an opportunity to make connections that could last your entire career. We also provide platforms to build networks and relationships with fellow interns and we encourage our interns to be proactive in arranging social gatherings and events with each other.   
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Lærling i Equinor
As an apprentice with Equinor, you will receive training in one of Norway’s largest and most recognised apprenticeship companies. We welcome hundreds of new apprentices each year. We provide you with professional training of a high standard and challenge you to learn on the job. When your apprenticeship is over, you will have excellent practical and theoretical knowledge in your subject, and everyone who completes their apprenticeship in Equinor has the opportunity to apply for a permanent position. At Equinor we have a long-term perspective to our apprentice programme, and are taking in a large number of apprentices to ensure the recruitment of employees with important competence for the future. Recruitment informationEquinor offers both onshore and offshore apprenticeships. If you find an apprenticeship that is suited for you, simply send your application electronically. We require good grades and a good school attendance record. You must have an approved learning process from VG2 or VG3. We are looking for individuals who are conscientious and work well in teams. If you are offered an apprenticeship with Equinor, a written training contract will be set up between you, the company and the county authority (Fylkeskommunen). You will get an instructor who, together with the technical supervisor, will be responsible for the training. The instructor will help you get acquainted with the work environment and colleagues. Remember – we are looking for apprentices that take an active part both socially and professionally. Practical work combined with theoretical understanding is essential to making the apprenticeship successful. Do you have questions about the apprentice programme? Contact us here How to apply (in Norwegian) PDF
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Om Equinor

We're Equinor, an international energy company committed to long-term value creation in a low-carbon future. We are 21,000 committed colleagues developing oil, gas, wind and solar energy in around 30 countries worldwide. We’re the largest oil and gas operator in Norway, one of the world’s largest offshore operators, and a growing force in renewables. 

- Equinor produces around 2 million barrels of oil equivalent every day 
- Providing renewable power to 1 million European homes 
- 21,000 employees across 30 countries 

 

What do we do?  

Oil and gas  
Equinor produces around 2 million barrels of oil equivalent every day and is responsible for about 70 percent of overall Norwegian oil and gas production. In 2021, Equinor’s activity outside Norway accounted for around one third of the company’s total oil and gas production, and this is expected to increase. The Peregrino field in Brazil and the Mariner field in the UK are our largest operatorships outside Norway. 

Renewable energy  
Equinor provides more than one million European homes with renewable power from offshore wind farms in the United Kingdom and Germany. We are the operator of the Sheringham Shoal, Dudgeon and Hywind Scotland offshore wind farms. Projects currently under development include Empire Wind and Beacon Wind (US), and Dogger Bank (UK), which will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm. By 2030, we plan to have grown our installed net renewables capacity from 2021’s 0.7 GW to 12-16 GW. Two-thirds of this capacity will be within offshore wind. 

Technology development  
Equinor’s strong ability to apply new technologies and digital solutions constitutes a competitive advantage. Digital technology is a key enabler for us to develop into a leading company in the energy transition. Our ambition is to allocate 40% of our research and development capital towards renewables and low-carbon solutions by 2025. 

 

Why work for us?  

At Equinor, you will be taking part in some of the most exciting challenges in today’s energy industry. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to build a career with a company that believes in rewarding your achievements and supporting your quality of life.   

A collaborative and inclusive culture  
It’s the diversity of thought across our 20,000 colleagues that enables us to succeed in a complex and ever-changing sector. We are proud of the different backgrounds, life experiences and capabilities our people bring with them. It makes us stronger and more resilient. Our culture, created by our values and a collaborative mindset, is what empowers our people to help shape the future of energy.  
 
An inovative place to work  
Sustainability and innovation drive the way we deliver oil, gas, wind and solar power to over 170 million people worldwide, and the only way we’ll achieve a low-carbon future is to push the boundaries of technology together. We will continue providing energy for people and progress for society, while constantly looking for the next ground-breaking innovation.   

A meaningful career  
If you want to transform the energy sector, the best place to do it is from within. We offer you the chance to make a difference by providing energy to people across the world and working on making it more sustainable every step of the way.   

Extensive learning opportunities  
Every day our people are encouraged to develop their skills and abilities through on-the-job experience and educational activities. The opportunities to learn and grow with us are extensive thanks to our Equinor University courses, partnerships with top universities for training and research, and access to our internal job market.   

A focus on health and well-being   
Our employees’ health and well- being is a priority to us. We recognise that for you to perform at your best, flexibility and support are invaluable. We offer flexible working arrangements, a minimum of 16 weeks of paid parental leave, contribution to gym memberships, and life, travel and health care insurances covering both physical and mental health.   

A values-based company  
We’re committed to transparency, managing environmental impact, respecting human rights and creating lasting value for local communities. The values we share make Equinor distinct - we are open, courageous, collaborative and caring. They are the foundation of our culture, guiding us in how we do business and how we work together.