Each new graduate is expected to provide specialized engineering support particularly focused in the deepwater areas of materials & corrosion, flow assurance, chemical systems engineering, waterflood and commissioning & startup.
They will also attend a series of training courses developed by technical experts within GATE, Inc. to establish a broad range of knowledge and the ability to see the “big picture” or “systems approach” to provide more valuable support to our projects and allow graduates to better understand all facets associated with upstream deepwater oil and gas.
Upon starting at GATE, each new graduate will have a mentor within the same area of expertise, providing the new graduate with experience and guidance throughout their career. However, new graduates are not limited to this single source, with GATE’s “open door” policy and friendly atmosphere anyone is willing to assist with any questions that may arise.
Unique Opportunity for Project Responsibility
GATE provides a unique opportunity for new hires to obtain important project responsibilities quickly. The nature of work at GATE allows employees to interact/communicate with clients at a very early stage in his/her career.
GATE offers challenging and non-routine work that will meet the employee’s satisfaction. Being a company managed by engineers, it is expected from everyone in the Company to participate in business development and in developing the management strategies in order to continue to further grow and improve the Company.
This position requires an individual with a proven work ethic and good communication and team working skills. Preference will be given to individuals with engineering degrees, where advanced degrees are welcomed but are not essential.
The following list describes just some of the skills that graduates will gain while working at GATE:
Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio. Cassandra, NORSOK, PREDICT and ECE Corrosion Software, Tulsa Erosion Modeling Software, VMGSim Modeling Software