Oasis Petroleum

  • Field Environmental Intern

    Location US-ND-Williston
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  • Position Summary

    Oasis Petroleum has field internship opportunities available for the summer for students currently pursuing an Environmental degree. These individuals will have the opportunity to work in a field operations environment in Williston, ND. 

    Essential Job Functions

    Interns are assigned a mentor, will have the opportunity to shadow in a field operations area(s), and will be responsible for a project to gain valuable experience and contribute to the Oasis team.  Interns will give a final presentation to management at the end of the summer.  Interns will gain:

    • A fundamental understanding of the field operations of the Company
    • A basic understanding of safe processes and related behaviors
    • Experience networking and building relationships inside and outside of Oasis
    • Exposure to different disciplines of field operations as available

    This job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities of the position. Incumbents will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and duties outside of their normal responsibilities as assigned by their supervisor. 

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Pursuing Bachelors or Masters degrees in Environmental
    • Expected graduation date of December 2019 or later
    • Candidates applying must be able to work in their assigned North Dakota field location (Williston, Watford City or Alexander) during their internship
    • Must be able to provide an academic transcript

    *Applicants must be eligible to work for any employer without sponsorship now or in the future.


    Preferred Qualifications

    • Previous oil and gas related internship experience
    • Strong academic performance
    • Good communication, leadership, teamwork and problem-solving skills
    • Strong work ethic with internal drive to succeed



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