Digital (Information Management, Information Technology and Information Systems)
As a graduate in Woodside’s Information Solutions and Services (IS&S) team, you will be dedicated to the delivery and support of information technology solutions and the provision of information management services that enable Woodside’s business to operate. Roles are challenging and diverse, with the opportunity to touch on all aspects of Information Technology and Information Management, including systems analysis, application development, information security, business intelligence, enterprise content management and infrastructure provisioning. Graduates from a wide range of courses including Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Systems, Engineering commerce, business, science, mathematics or arts degree may consider a role within IS&S as we are seeking to develop analysts with diverse skill sets and a strong business and customer focus.
Graduates in the Environment area will be part of a team that work together to provide Woodside with strategic leadership, direction and technical knowledge required to manage environmental performance. Opportunities are varied and may include roles in project approvals and environmental impact assessment, environmental management of seismic, drilling, construction, commissioning and operations activities, as well as functional roles setting internal standards and direction.
Geomatics is the discipline covering the acquisition, management, analysis and delivery of geospatial information. This covers the fields of surveying, GIS, geospatial data management, cartography, remote sensing, and geodesy. Within Woodside, Geomatics is responsible for planning, executing and managing surveys, the provision of positioning services, the management and usage of geospatial information and technology across the company, as well as providing geodetic advice. Geomatics works across the entire hydrocarbon exploration and production lifecycle due to its critical dependency on geospatial data.
Geoscientists at Woodside will be involved in exploring for oil and gas in the sub-surface and working with engineers to develop resulting discoveries. Geoscientists in Woodside use seismic data and geological data acquired while drilling to carry out regional studies, asset-based exploration and development of discovered hydrocarbons. Geoscientists also work in a range of specialist technology groups, responsible for acquisition, processing and quantitative analysis of seismic data, characterisation, prediction and sequence stratigraphy of reservoirs, hydrocarbon charge modelling and structural interpretation.