subsea intervention engineering

Chevron subsea intervention engineers and specialists provide technical and operational interface between drilling, completion and subsea engineering teams.

who we hire

We seek recent college graduates with degrees in:

  • Civil engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Ocean engineering
  • Petroleum engineering

We also seek experienced, degreed engineers and nondegreed specialists currently working in the oil and gas industry.

"I quickly became involved in non-engineering type work that has stretched my skill set in other areas."


Technical Team Lead, Subsea equipment

what you'll do

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Planning, supporting and supervising subsea well interventions, completions and workovers
  • Designing, testing and installing subsea trees, intervention trees, controls, subsea tree running procedures, and completion running and intervention procedures
  • Providing on-site rig operations support to test and run land and subsea production trees, and ROV operations
  • Providing support for subsea blowout prevention equipment and controls, maintenance and inspection for rigs while in assigned fields
  • Coordinating with multiservice vessels and barge operations
  • Participating in industry associations and organizations that have a direct impact on drilling operations

where you'll work

Chevron has operations around the world. As a subsea intervention engineer or specialist, you may have the opportunity to work in:

  • Africa
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America