It takes more than just engineers and field workers to keep the oil and gas industry running! Business and operations support professionals work “behind the scenes” at oil and gas companies and in government in a variety of occupations that support various aspects of the industry. Sounds kind of vague, doesn’t it? To get more […]
With a labour shortage and increasing energy demands on the horizon, careers in the oil and gas industry have a strong outlook for the future. This means that junior roles are usually well-paying in this industry, although they vary by location, employer and type of position.
Professional services firms such as PwC hire students and new grads from a broad range of academic backgrounds and then develop their skills and expertise as consulting associates. Check out this article for exclusive insider tips about careers at PwC.
“There are great people here to mentor me through this early phase of my career. Most of our projects are fairly large in scope, which means multiple people are working on it and it requires team work.” –Abe Kohandel, a new grad engineer at Pason who graduated from the University of Calgary’s electrical engineering program earlier this year
Since June 2010, fifth-year University of Toronto employment relations student Briar Rodgers has worked as a Management Trainee Intern at a downtown Toronto Enterprise location. Between attending classes and pulling shifts at her branch, she took some time to tell us about her experience as an intern at Enterprise.
Cargill hires hundreds of students and recent graduates for summer, internship, co-op and entry-level jobs across Canada each year in many areas, including sales, accounting, operations, engineering, marketing, agronomy, management and quality assurance.
Sarah Polnik, a 24-year-old graduate of the renewable resources program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), started her career with Cargill as a summer student and she is now an operations management trainee in Carseland, Alta., about an hour south east of Calgary.