Petrofac Graduates Hero UK Petrofac Graduates Hero UK


Our UK graduate programme, based in Aberdeen, offers plenty of opportunities to develop your skills and expertise. You’ll be supported and encouraged by experienced trainers, supervisors and mentors who are there to ensure you achieve your full potential and progress your career with us.

Join our UK engineering institute-accredited programme in a technical role and you’ll support North Sea projects, with the potential opportunity to experience working offshore.

If you join us as a Finance or HR graduate in the UK, you’ll grow your experience across rotations in three of our key locations – Aberdeen, London and Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates.

Whichever role you join us in, your development starts on day one with our graduate induction where we introduce you to Petrofac’s structure, values and business direction, and deepen your understanding of our industry. You’ll learn about what each part of the company does, and how it all fits together.

This four-year programme is run through the Petrofac Academy, our in-house centre of excellence for employee development. With structured technical training in your chosen discipline you’ll also develop your skills through on-the-job training, working alongside engineers and other functions on live projects with real responsibility. You’ll also benefit from personal development programmes to help you develop your project management and communication skills, and leadership capabilities.

We look for graduates with degrees in the following disciplines with a minimum degree classification of 2.1 or GPA of 3.5:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical/Electronics or Power Engineering
  • Structural Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Human Resources or appropriate business degree
  • Computer Science/Data Science/Data Visualization/Management Information Systems/Network Administration/Cyber Security
  • MSc in Process Safety and Risk Management or Safety and Reliability engineering

The programmes start in October 2019.

Applications will close on 25 February 2019.