Stonehouse - United Kingdom
We are Schlumberger, the leading provider of technology and services to the energy industry. Throughout much of the oil and gas lifecycle in over 120 countries; we design, develop, and deliver technology and services that transforms how work is done.
We define the boundaries of the industry by unleashing our talented people’s energy. We’re looking for innovators to join our diverse community of colleagues and develop new solutions and push the limits of what’s possible. If you share our passion for discovery and want to find out what you could really do, then here is the place to do it.
We are committed to being at the forefront of the industry’s shift towards sustainable energy production – delivering both measurable social and environmental progress. Sustainability is an important part of our history and a critical element of our future. We are proud to have a comprehensive sustainability program which includes a Net Zero decarbonisation plan and investment in New Energy and global energy transition through new and emerging technologies in areas such as Lithium, Hydrogen, Carbon Capture, Geoenergy and Geothermal. Our sustainability focus is made up of three components which align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) – taking climate action, creating opportunity, and empowering local teams.
You can find more information about our sustainability goals here: https://www.slb.com/sustainability/index.html
Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, UK.
Stonehouse Technology Centre (SHTC) is the Schlumberger drilling Centre of Excellence. It supports Schlumberger Oilfield Services through innovative engineering and quality-driven manufacturing, with portfolio emphasis on rotary steerable systems, Measurement While Drilling tools, Specialised Measurement tools and Rechargeable Batteries for Downhole use, and power source products.
Over 300 employees work in SHTC's modern, fit-for-purpose building in scenic Gloucestershire. The facility was constructed to handle future demand for PowerDrive tools with an efficient workflow that ensures assembled tools are extensively and rigorously tested before delivery. On site, tools can be monitored using state of-the-art hardware and connectivity that link SHTC to all field locations.
SHTC continues Research & Development investment for new technologies, extending operational limits so that clients can reach hotter, deeper reserves.
You can find an example project developed at SHTC here: https://www.slb.com/drilling/bottomhole-assemblies/directional-drilling/autonomous-directional-drilling
The Electronics Engineer is responsible for assisting in providing innovative and cost effective solutions requiring the development or sustaining of new or improved techniques, procedures or products. The Electronics Engineer also assists in planning, conducting and evaluating approaches to meeting the project objectives in a timely fashion.
Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
· Analyze product requirements, market needs and technology gaps to define innovative and cutting-edge product used for drilling and placing well trajectories
· Design precise electronic systems that meet the requirements, from sensor acquisitions, signal conditioning, communication drivers, digital processors to low level power analogue electronics
· Support operations by providing technical expertise to field services to help provide quick resolution to potential issues
· Build prototypes, products and systems suitable for testing. Set up and run lab simulations. Design and implement tests, document results and develop customer presentations. Provide timely corrective actions on defects.
· Conduct or participate in technical reviews of requirements, specifications, designs, code and other artifacts. Contribute to design standards and support design re-use.
· Assign, direct and review work of technicians and provide guidance to engineers. With seniority, mentor junior engineers.
· Continually evaluate engineering approaches and risk.
· Author technical reports, papers, articles, patents and presentations. Share expertise via Eureka and special interest groups. Expand informal network throughout the organization.
· Keep abreast of novel technical concepts and markets. Adopt new practices readily in order to develop innovative and low-cost products.
Minimum BSc in Electrical / Electronic Engineering or Mechatronics or equivalent.
Schlumberger Eureka Technical Careers (SETC) is an established and unique program that recognizes and supports our exceptional technical experts to grow and develop. This program is well known in the industry as the backbone of our technical strength and recognizes the development and commitment of our strong technical experts and technical leaders in support of our corporate strategy. The SETC program formalizes the recognition of your technical expertise, highlights the impact of your technical solutions in our business, and sets the framework to nurture knowledge sharing inside and outside Schlumberger.
BlueFlex (if eligible):
We are open to flexible, hybrid working with a combination of on-site & home working days.
What we can offer you:
Competitive base salary
Bonus: Up to 20% of the base salary
Private healthcare for employee + family
Subsidised dental care
Health & Wellbeing programs
· Relocation: If an employee lives more than 40 miles away from the office then they are eligible for relocation. This comes with:
· Custom Relocation assistance
· Relocation Allowance – 2 months’ base salary
Flexible working: 2 days in office are required, 3 days flexible
Employee Mental health support, health & wellness coaching
Employee discounted share purchasing scheme & pension contribution (up to 6%)
Generous income protection scheme, life insurance (4 times base salary, min 150K)
Other benefits through flexible benefits program (Cycle to Work, salary sacrifice, option to select additional insurances like travel insurance, health screening)
Other benefits are also available through the Schlumberger flexible benefits program.
Schlumberger is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or other characteristics protected by law.