Baker Hughes Graduate Field Engineer – Algeria
Field engineers at Baker Hughes deliver front-line technical services and solutions across our drilling, evaluation, completion and production technologies. These are hands-on roles, often outdoors and in demanding or harsh conditions, such as offshore on an oil rig or onshore in the desert.
Key Responsibilities / Accountabilities
Field engineers are the key interface between Baker Hughes and our clients on the wellsite. You will be required to participate in the three-year LEAD Program to provide you with the ability to quickly become competent with our technologies and processes, enabling rapid career progression through a sequence of competency-based development steps.
LEAD involves theoretical and hands-on learning. It is flexible and adaptable to different job requirements and work environments. You will be assigned to a specific Baker Hughes product line whose activities may include:
artificial lift services
- logging while drilling
- drill bits
- wireline activities
- specialty chemicals
- wellbore intervention
- drilling fluids
- cased hole completions
- coring systems
- sand control systems
- directional systems
- wellbore construction
You will be required to participate in developmental activities which will initially focus on acquiring basic knowledge while working under supervision and will progress to working unsupervised, with a broadening scope of knowledge and skills.
Depending upon your product line assignment, you will be involved in technical activities which could include;
Assembling and deploying down-hole equipment at base location prior to being dispatched to well-site. Down-hole equipment may be a combination of electrically, mechanically, or hydraulically activated and operated specialized equipment
Designing well-site interventions under supervision using simulation software packages
Analyzing rig-site performance data and recommending changes to product configurations
Assisting sales representatives in business development activities including presenting to clients under supervision
- A four-year technical degree or Master’s, completed within the past 24 months, in
- chemistry ( organic or inorganic)
- electrical engineering
- industrial engineering
- instrumentation engineering
- mechanical engineering
- petroleum engineering
- another engineering-related subject.
- At least three of the following:
- a minimum grade point average of 3.5/4.0 (2.1) or equivalent
- relevant work experience
- evidence of practical / technical capability
- evidence of relevant extra-curricular activity.
Baker Hughes is an Equal Employment Affirmative Action Employer.
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