Graduates and Internships
We offer a variety of career entry points for postgraduates and graduates. In some locations, we also offer internships. Read about graduate and intern opportunities.
Do you like the idea of working outdoors with technology in some of the most challenging places in the world, often in demanding conditions? If you have a Master's degree, a recent undergraduate degree, or are in your final year of a four-year degree studying geosciences, engineering, or an engineering-related subject, discover our LEAD graduate program for field engineers.
If you have a Master's or Ph.D. in geosciences, engineering, or an engineering-related subject, look into nonfield engineering roles. If you have or expect an undergraduate degree in chemistry, applied science, reliability engineering, applied statistics, operations research, logistics, or supply-chain management – you too could think about a nonfield engineering job. Typically, you will work in an office, laboratory or plant in a specialist role within the reliability, supply chain management, design, or R&D functions.
If you’re focused on a career in a business support function and you have or expect an MBA or you’ve completed a four-year degree in a subject, such as accounting, audit, HR, IT or HS&E, we may have the ideal professional role for you.
If you like the idea of a hands-on role in oilfield operations and have recently graduated from a technical college two-to-four-year program, find out about our field specialist opportunities. A comprehensive training program can lead to significant responsibility.
If you’re a student still working toward your degree and you’re looking for valuable work experience with a world-leading company, look into the local summer job programs and long-term internships at Baker Hughes.