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Over 90,000 employees worldwide, turnover of USD $470.171 billion in 2011.
Opportunities for relocation encouraged and supported throughout the business.
Excellent work/life balance.
Diverse teams, with lots of interaction and networking opportunities.
Hierarchical model can lead to inefficient decision-making processes.
While the organisation does not recruit directly into a specific graduate scheme, Royal Dutch Shell does welcome applications from graduates with a view to being placed into a direct entry position. Should you be offered a position within the company, you will immediately complete a personal development plan with an assigned supervisor. Each individual’s development plan is tailored to their current abilities and career path.
Royal Dutch Shell welcome applications from all backgrounds, however those with aspirations for progression to senior management levels will be seen as more desirable candidates.
Have a plan. Royal Dutch Shell are willing to commit significant resources to your future career, ensure you can communicate clearly your ambitions and show you will be worth the investment.
Be creative. The organisation will test your quick thinking, utilising what may seem like random questions, such as “talk about sport/cars/toys,” to test your ability to think on your feet.
Royal Dutch Shell is a world-leading supplier of oil and gas, however has interests in many renewable any projects including solar and wind power. The business operates in over 90 countries, with approximately 44,000 consumer retail service stations across the world.
The organisation has continuously sought to evolve, with numerous ventures through the years looking at diversifying the business’ offering into other fuel areas. Nuclear power, coal, and electricity were three of the areas Royal Dutch Shell explored, however none were considered successful, and operations discontinued.
Royal Dutch Shell has a growing “alternative energy” portfolio, with significant investments made into several renewable energy sources.
Royal Dutch Shell’s globally registered office, and United Kingdom headquarters, is situated in London.
The company’s main global headquarters is in The Hague, the Netherlands.
The business has a prominent global presence, with operations in over 90 countries worldwide.
There are numerous opportunities for progression within Royal Dutch Shell, with the best career opportunities coming to those with senior management aspirations.
Example salaries at Royal Dutch Shell include;
Reservoir Engineer £44,000 - £47,000
Process Operator £50,000 - £55,000
Engineer £50,000 - £55,000
Project Manager £53,000 - £58,000