Information Technology & Digitalisation
Information Technology plays a vital role in accelerating the energy transition within Equinor and shaping the future of energy. IT and digitalisation are part of everything we do and a key enabler for value creation and secure and compliant operations.
By joining us, you will be part of a technology powerhouse that brings together research, technology, digitalisation, and IT. Our objective is to deliver safe and efficient technology, innovative solutions to problems, and create new opportunities across all areas of our value chain and operations.
We utilise advanced technologies such as cloud computing, microservice architectures, and machine learning to unlock the potential of the vast amounts of data we have.
Within our deliveries, cyber security is a critical function to safeguard our operations and enable our digital ambitions. As a graduate of the Cyber Defense Centre, you will get the opportunity to grow your skillset, specialise, work with competent and experienced colleagues, and be exposed to a complex threat picture against our assets worldwide, onshore and offshore.
What can I do in Information Technology?
We're one of the fastest-growing areas in Equinor, and our deliveries touch almost every area of the business. As a graduate, you'll have the opportunity to work in one or more of the following areas:
- Information Technology
- Cloud computing
- Software development
- Data analytics, data science, and Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Cyber security and risk management
- Enterprise data management
- Automation, robotics, and remote control
- Geomatics, Geodesy, Geographic Information Science
- Human-centered design
Meet some of our people
Marius, a leader in our cyber security team, discusses what graduates can expect when they join the programme.
The next generation of IT talent are playing an active role in how we innovate within IT. Listen as our IT graduate Daniel joins students from AHO to discuss an augmented reality project.
Who can apply?
We need talent from across the spectrum of IT, digital and technology studies. These include:
- Computer Sciences
- All Information Technology-related degrees
- STEM and humanities.
Follow the link below to find out more about the open positions and to apply:
Where can I work?
Graduates in this discipline could be based any of the following locations:
Norway (Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim and Stavanger)