Brazil internship program
Every year, we invite technical and university students to apply for our internship program. Successful applicants typically take part in a one or two-year internship. We offer positions in a variety of areas, including:
- Commercial and business
- Finance and accounting
- Information technology
- And more
Under supervision, the trainee will be assigned activities compatible with their training and experience. Regardless of the area in which they operate, their activities will always consist of tasks that add real value to their academic training and that effectively integrate the student into the company's processes, giving them the opportunity to contribute to the results achieved.
Depending on the extent of his projects and the term of his internship contract, the student may be able to work in more than one division in an ExxonMobil department, or even more than one department. We thus enable the trainees to have an integrated view of the company's processes, which can be the beginning of their career at ExxonMobil.
At the conclusion of the program, the trainees may be invited to remain as an employee to work in one of the sectors they have collaborated with during their internship period, or in any other area of the company.
Workload and Benefits
Interns have a weekly workload of 20 flexible hours (4h/day). During the internship period, the student will receive a competitive stipend and transportation assistance in cash.
After reviewing resumes, we select qualified candidates from the following careers who are one or two years away from graduation.
Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, International Business, International Affairs, General Business, Supply Chain, Logistics, Communication & Service.
Engineering: Computer, Production, Civil, Chemical, Mechanic, Mechatronic, Control and Automation, Electric - Electronic, Telecommunication, Systems Analysis and Development, Informatics, Information Management, Information Systems, Internet Systems.
Rio de Janeiro
Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Geology, Geophysics, Social and Corporate Communications (Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising), Marketing, International Relations/Affairs & Law.
Engineering: Chemical, Electric, Mechanical, Civil, Petroleum and Environmental.
Engineering: Chemical, Materials, Mechanical and Industrial.
Below we provide an outline of the hiring process from beginning to end. Note that the timing for these steps may vary for different locations. Candidates may be eliminated during any of the following steps. The calendar below may suffer some kind of variation.
- September - Online registration and tests (Languages, and Logical Reasoning)
- September - Video interview
- October - Group Dynamics and Individual Interviews
- November - Final Analysis and Selection
- January/March (depending on the circumstances) - Beginning of the internship
Admission and Onboarding
After completing the admission process, the student will take part in our Integration Program. In addition to meeting the other interns, they will learn from our directors and managers who will introduce the student to our organizational structure and operating methodology.
Pool of Talents
All candidates who are not initially selected will become part of our Pool of Talents for consideration when future opportunities become available. To register, monitor the progress of the process and include information, click on the link and follow the steps. We are open with inclusive opportunities. Anyone is able to apply for vacant positions.