Recent Job Position for Shell Graduate Programme 2014 -Shell Recruitment Day in Nigeria 2014
At Shell, we’re developing all kinds of ideas to help meet the growing demand for energy. And we’re looking for ambitious students and graduates to help us do more.
Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies, employing approximately 87,000 people and operating in more than 70 countries and territories. Our aim is to meet the energy needs of society in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future. Our focus on innovation and technology has made us a leading manufacturer, distributor and marketer of refined petroleum products and has us ranked amongst the top 50 most innovative companies in the world.
We are breaking new grounds in Africa and are looking for top talents who have expressed capacity, achievement and strong relationship skills to deliver on the global energy challenge.
Shell’s core values are Honesty, Integrity and Respect in all its operations, is an equal opportunity employer and an advocate for diversity and inclusiveness.
Shell Graduate Programme
The Shell Graduate Programme is a development framework that enables new graduates to become fully independent Shell professionals in 2-5 years. At Shell, new graduates have access to an unparalleled range of roles and world-class training and development opportunities, including:
- Leadership skills development
- Networking, Coaching and Mentoring relationships
- Learning curriculum (training, e-learning modules, accreditation)
Who we’re looking for:
§ Graduates who finished with a very good degree at the Undergraduate level
§ Graduates who are currently engaged in or have finished their National Youth Service
§ Graduates with less than four years post graduation experience
There will be specific skill requirements for your chosen job area. But whatever your role, there are certain qualities you’ll need if you’re going to succeed at Shell.
You also need to be good at absorbing information, analysing problems, making objective decisions and coming up with original ideas. You should have the drive, confidence and resilience to get things done, the flexibility to work well in a team and the credibility to influence others.
Shell matches you into a particular role based on your skills, so you will not be required to apply for a specific Shell position.
Be sure to click on “Students and Graduates” and apply for a “Shell Recruitment Day”. You will need to upload a copy of your résumé, cover letter, and all academic transcripts including both undergraduate and graduate where applicable.
Are you a student or graduate interested in the graduate programme at Shell?
Step 1 – Online application
- Create an account, or login via an existing account
- Next search for available opportunities by selecting the region and country of work location*
- Apply and upload the latest version of your CV/résumé
- Before submitting your application you will be asked to complete an online questionnaire
* When searching for opportunities please check you are eligible to work in the chosen country/location.
Step 2 – Online assessment
If successful during the application stage, you will receive an e-mail notification with instructions on how to complete the online assessment. There are two parts to the online assessment.
* NOTE: Each part must be completed and submitted within 7 working days before the links within the e-mails you receive expire.
Part 1: A series of competency-based questions
These will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and will not be timed. Once completed, you’ll receive an email notification with the outcome.
*NOTE: If you pass Part 1 of the online assessment you will receive an additional e-mail to notify that you have successfully completed Part 1 and this includes a link to begin Part 2 of the online assessment.
Part 2: Consists of two tasks: a decision-making and a problem-solving task: You will need to complete both tasks.
*NOTE: The decision-making task is not timed, but the problem-solving task is timed and you will have 18 minutes to complete it.
The decision-making task assesses how you respond to common situations that Shell graduates may face, and the problem-solving task assesses your capacity for solving numerical reasoning problems.
In total, part 2 of the online assessment should take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
Step 3 – An interview
Once you have submitted Part 2 of the online assessment we will review the results before contacting you to discuss a potential interview.
The interview will take place either face-to-face or over the telephone. This is an opportunity for you to tell us more about your motivations for applying, your achievements, the challenges you’ve faced and how you’ve demonstrated the qualities we’re looking for.
Successfully passing your interview you could see yourself attending the Shell Recruitment Day, the final stage of the assessment process.
Step 4 – Shell Recruitment Day
Following success in the first-stage interview, you will attend an afternoon of non-assessed, interactive activities where you’ll be given further insights into our global businesses.
The next day you will complete a range of assessed exercises which include an online simulation exercise, a written task, group discussion, self-reflection interview, presentation-based case study and final interview.
Step 5 – An offer
The Shell Recruitment Day concludes your assessment. Upon completion, we’ll be in touch to let you know the final outcome for suitable places on our Graduate Programme.
*NOTE: During the application and assessment process you will be assessed on the following criteria CAR:
How well you absorb information, analyse problems, make fact-based decisions, and propose innovative solutions.
How well you get things done (your drive, resilience, self-confidence, and organizational skills).
How well you work in teams, communicate, and respect others.