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Career Opportunities, Internships, and Co-ops in Supply Chain Management
Founded in 1919, Halliburton is one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry. With more than 60,000 employees in approximately 80 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the lifecycle of the reservoir – from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction and completion, and optimizing production through the life of the field. Halliburton consists of two divisions: Drilling and Evaluation and Completion and Production.
Drilling and Evaluation provides field and reservoir modeling, drilling, evaluation and precise wellbore placement solutions that enable customers to model, measure and optimize their well construction activities. It is made up of the Baroid, Drill Bits and Services, Landmark Software and Services, Sperry Drilling, Testing and Subsea, and Wireline and Perforating product service lines.
The Completion and Production Division tests and measures well production, and also provides the means to manage and improve production immediately after a well is drilled or after it has been producing for some time. It is made up of the Cementing, Completion Tools and Production Enhancement product service lines.
Halliburton's team of professionals around the globe provide these services to help the customers meet the world's demand for energy, while maintaining the highest standards of environmental safety. Whether you're a new graduate, newly qualified or an experienced professional, Halliburton has career opportunities across the organization.
HALLIBURTON Career Opportunities
- Internships: The interns contribute more than just their time; they contribute to the overall success of the Company by bringing their motivation, fresh ideas and expertise to their jobs. Depending on your area of interest, there are also global projects you can have the opportunity to assist with. The internship programs typically last for 10-14 weeks during the summer and can include Supply Chain Management Program Intern.
- Co-op Program: The co-operative programs allow you to work in various geographical and departmental areas of the Company, attend classes or work full-time during the semester and gain college credit. The program can include Supply Chain Management as well.
- Supply Chain Professional: As a member of Halliburton's Supply Chain organization, you'll work with one of two groups: Manufacturing or Procurement, Materials and Logistics (PM&L). In either of these groups, you'll play a big part in managing Halliburton's worldwide inventory. Some of your responsibilities might include - Managing supplier relationships; Sourcing goods and services globally; Effectively planning for production and demand; Managing inventory; Managing product movements; and Ensuring material quality. Key activities within this end-to-end process include purchasing, production planning, order processing and fulfillment, inventory management, manufacturing, transportation, distribution and customer service. Halliburton looks for critical thinkers with a strategic mindset, effective communication skills and a strong commitment to providing outstanding service. You should hold a bachelor- or master-level degree in supply chain, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, industrial management or business.
Global Business Units
- Completion Tools
- Consulting and Project Management
- Drill Bits and Services
- Landmark Software and Services
- Production Enhancement
- Sperry Drilling
- Wireline and Perforating
- Human Resources
- Business Development and Marketing
- Corporate Affairs
- Health, Safety, Environment and Operational Excellence
- Information Technology
- Supply Chain