Careers Can you make things happen?
Wintershall is one of the major oil and gas companies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf – and that’s why we want to attract the best people in the industry. Are you curious and ready for a new adventure? Apply today. Together, we can make things happen.
Work with us Start your future today
With new discoveries, new operatorships and new assets, now is the time to join Wintershall Norge. We are looking for talented team-players both offshore and at our offices in Stavanger and Bergen.
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With more than 60 licenses, new developments at Maria and Nova, operatorship on Brage and Vega, and a track record of exploration success, we have grown quickly in Norway. Our goal is to develop as a leading oil and gas company. To make this happen, we handpick the best people in the industry.
At Wintershall, being the best means approaching work with creativity, openness, responsibility and an entrepreneurial flair. The results speak for themselves: we make things happen.
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Join our developments Help us reach our goals
Our offshore developments, Maria and Nova, are a key growth area as we seek to become one of the leading operators on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. We also plan to further develop our producing field, Brage. That’s why we are looking for engineers for drilling and wells, subsea and pipelines, and production. We also need ambitious professionals who can make things happen in cost control, logistics and administration.
Student opportunities Come and make things happen
Wintershall Norge offers support for master's theses in Norway. We welcome students from a range of disciplines including engineering, finance and social sciences. We can provide the right working conditions and support to undertake the project or thesis, including access to a mentor, data systems, and not least competent teams.
The SPEAD programme was a very valuable experience for me. Working at different locations allowed me to get to know the company well and to get friends from all over the world. Thanks to good follow-up from a mentor and experienced managers, I learned a lot and quickly increased my professional skills.
During my training program, I worked in several different roles, on three different continents. Going abroad was a fantastic opportunity for a young graduate engineer, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I learned how an international oil company "ticks" and I also gained a lot of technical expertise.
The trainee programme is focused on training on the job. As a fresh graduate entering the E&P industry, the learning curve is very steep. I learned a lot about the industry and the work that is required when drilling wells. The opportunity to work in different locations outside Norway has definitely broadened my horizon.
During my studies I had an internship with Wintershall and came into contact with employees who had completed the SPEAD Program. This positive experience persuaded me to apply for the programme and I have been with Wintershall ever since. What especially appealed to me was the international nature of the programme, the diversity of projects and the possibility of shouldering responsibility from an early stage.
What appealed to me is the international nature of the trainee programme. I got the opportunity to work from the head office in Kassel and visit sites all over Germany. In Norway I joined the Maria project for which I often travel to onshore and offshore sites. The SPEAD programme has allowed me to further develop my technical skills as well as my language skills in an exciting work environment.
Wintershall abroad Join our international family
Wintershall is an international energy company specializing in the exploration and production of natural gas and crude oil. We have operations on four different continents with widely differing climactic and geological conditions. Check out our international vacancies.