[ES_JOBS_NET] Geoscience Students Seeking Full-Time or Intern Opportunities, Exxon/Mobile

Christine Wiedinmyer christine.wiedinmyer.ucar at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 08:25:45 MDT 2018



Geoscience Students Seeking Full-Time or Intern Opportunities


Spring, TX, US

Company:  ExxonMobil

Primary Job Function  

ExxonMobil is interested in finding outstanding scientists who have a strong
fundamental background in the earth sciences, physical sciences, and
mathematics. We have excellent proprietary capabilities in teaching
petroleum science and technology, and therefore do not require new
geoscientists to have any prior petroleum course work or experience.


ExxonMobil geoscientists are deployed across the Upstream to support the
Corporation's goal of finding, developing and producing hydrocarbon
resources and reserves. A geoscientist at ExxonMobil can expect to solve
geologic problems in numerous basins, in various work settings, and in all
the different business stages from exploration to development through
production. In addition, we have roles for geoscientists specializing in
different technical areas, including seismic data acquisition and
processing, formation evaluation, etc.

Job Role Responsibilities 

Geoscientists with ExxonMobil are expected to develop a broad range of
fundamental geoscience skills and the ability to comprehend, integrate
knowledge, ideas and skills to solve geologic problems across exploration,
development and production functions. They typically have the opportunity to
develop a wide range of skills and expertise throughout their careers.
Assignments will provide the opportunity to acquire these fundamental skills
through on-the-job experience and training. Over the span of a career,
assignments could include time in our various Upstream companies:


Exploration Company
Assignments are at the basin to play to prospect scale and focus on finding
and assessing new hydrocarbon discoveries. Regional teams integrate data on
play to basin scales to identify areas for future exploration or to better
define an existing exploration trend. New opportunity teams typically work
in unexplored and under-explored areas, leveraging new concessions or
discoveries that help confirm prospectivity and provide the opportunity to
capture and mature blocks and prospects. Operation teams drill wildcat wells
to test prospect viability and commerciality.


Development Company
Assignments are at field scale, working on discovered undeveloped assets.
Geoscientists in these roles deliver accurate subsurface descriptions and
communicate key risks and uncertainties in support of development planning,
facilities design, construction, commissioning, and startup of the major
Upstream capital projects. Development drillwell planning, detailed
reservoir characterization and integration with engineering studies are key
activities at this business stage.


Production Company
Assignments are done at the reservoir to field scale and focus on defining,
developing and depleting new or mature existing fields. A strong emphasis in
these assignments will be to build skills in integrating and interpreting
geological, geophysical and engineering data These data types include; core,
fluids, well logs, well tests, outcrops, and seismic, using advanced
mapping, interpretation, modeling and other techniques, working closely with
engineering counterparts to optimize business results.


Upstream Research Company
Assignments offer the opportunity to perform basic and applied research in
seeking new ways to find and recover hydrocarbons. Our research programs
reflect exploration, development, and production business strategies; for
example, pursuing attractive exploration opportunities, developing
production from new fields, and maximizing economic recovery from existing
fields. The approach is to align with upstream priorities and key geoscience
and engineering technology issues; focus on timely and effective development
and delivery of proprietary high-impact technologies; provide expert
consulting, unique laboratory capability and technical training.

Preferred Skills and Experience 

Ability to integrate knowledge, varied data sets, analogs and ideas to solve
geological problems to support the business. Provide sound judgment,
timeliness and aptitude in application of geoscience tools and techniques;
and, desire to maintain competitive advantage through advanced training and
superior technological understanding.

Job Requirements 

Candidates should have a BS, MA/MS and/or PhD in Geology or Geophysics (or
related fields). Candidates should have a strong fundamental background in
the earth sciences, physical sciences, and mathematics.


Demonstrated leadership, adaptability, teamwork, excellent communication
skills in English, and a commitment to high safety and ethical standards. In
addition, candidates should be able to work effectively within and across
diverse team environments.


Alternate Location: United States : Houston, Texas 


ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will
receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin,
protected veteran status, or disability status.

Nearest Major Market: Houston 
Job Segment: Engineer, Geology, Consulting, Engineering, Technology,


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