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Shell Management Trainee Program 2016: Our Management Trainee Program is a framework that will help you make the most of your potential, personally and professionally. It is designed to widen in scope, enabling you to prove yourself in different situations, over time. As you move through different experiences on live projects, we’ll provide you with continuous learning in the form of training courses, e-learning modules and workshops.
An important aspect of the Program is monitoring and tracking your performance through regular appraisals with your supervisor and mentor, concluding with a final review. The sequence and nature of your placements depends on your plan and whether you will be working in a technical discipline, a commercial or a corporate role.
Education: Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in any discipline.
What we look for: As you would expect, there are specific skill requirements for each role in Shell. But, no matter what your particular role is, there are certain qualities you’ll need if you’re going to succeed with us.
You should enjoy being challenged. You’ll need to be good at absorbing information, analyzing problems and coming up with ideas. You should have the drive, confidence and resilience to get things done.
We’ll give you training, support and guidance to develop your potential. We’ll team you up with some of our most accomplished problem-solvers – dynamic innovators, helping us to deliver better energy solutions.
Our Ideal Candidate:
Capacity: We’re looking for people with the intellectual, analytical and creative ability to learn quickly, identify issues and propose solutions. Can you reach informed conclusions through broad thinking? Work with incomplete or conflicting data and take well-calculated risks? Have you ever identified new ways of doing things based on an analysis of current conditions, data and feedback?
Achievement: We hope that the graduates we recruit will be future Shell leaders, so we’ll ask you about achievements in any areas of your life as well as your academic qualifications. Have you ever had to overcome obstacles in order to achieve? Are you good at working by yourself or within a team? Do you enjoy taking on new and unfamiliar tasks?
Relationships: Being able to work effectively as part of a diverse team and form mutually beneficial, long-term working relationships will be essential. Can you recall situations where you’ve had to influence people by adapting your communication style? What positions of responsibility have you held over the last four years? What exposure have you had to different environments and cultures? Apply