Recent graduates are inspired and guided via career-shaping experiences through the Baker Hughes Early Career Program for Field Engineers. With this program, you may assist customers in finding and producing energy more effectively. It takes around 36 months to complete. Graduates of the program are equipped to shape our future with original and substantial contributions.
Requirements for the Baker Hughes Early Career Program
To succeed in this position, you must:
- Within the previous 36 months, you should have earned a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (all areas), Engineering Technology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Geosciences, or a closely related field.
- To be eligible, you should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent)
- Also, possess good communication skills and am proficient in both written and spoken English.
- Be able to work legally and unrestricted by a firm in the nation where you are applying.
- In addition, you should possess excellent communication abilities, a talent for teamwork, and the capacity to mentor others.
Be able to lead effectively, think critically, and use math; you should also be able to analyze data and manage projects.
Benefits of The Baker Hughes Early Career Program
Members of the Field Engineer program are eligible for the following benefits:
- Career Guidance
- Tutoring for career growth
- Access to prominent leaders
- Collaborating in groups with a lot of diversity
- Having access to a variety of professional possibilities after the program
Duties and Responsibilities
- You will be accountable for the following while participating in our Early Career Program as a Field Engineer
- You will serve as the main point of contact between the client and our on-site teams as a field engineer.
- Working professionally and technically, you’ll supervise teams to make sure that machinery is set up, maintained, and started correctly.
- You will aid in establishing dependable, superior service for our clients by producing important inventive contributions to our future.
- You will also be collaborating with crew members to deliver equipment and services, including communication with clients and operations managers situated on the land.
- Engaging in practical work at the rig site to assist in solving difficult technical difficulties.
- You will be responsible for preparing, recording, and receiving goods to and from the well site as well as equipment and items that are going out and coming in.