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From left; Marcus Morgan, Ben Symes, Taylor Ryan and Lyndon Griffiths

At Shell Australia, we are committed to increasing local and Indigenous employment and procurement opportunities. Many of the benefits delivered are through Prelude’s contractors.

One of the ways we support the pipeline of a skilled workforce is through the National Energy Technician Training Scheme (NETTS), an industry collaboration between Shell, Vermillion, Santos, Woodside and INPEX.

Each host organisation sponsors a number of apprentices over a four-year period, which also includes training at the Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT) as well as on-the-job training.

Recently our second year NETTS apprentices graduated from ACEPT. They will spend their third year on assignment at one of the NETTS host companies, before they have their chance to go out work on Prelude in their final year.

This regular update aims to make opportunities like these more visible to our local communities.

To find out more, please contact our contractors directly using the details below. These roles may also be advertised elsewhere.

Please note, businesses in our supply chain have their own recruitment and procurement processes and we do not have any influence on the final decision.

Employment Opportunities

For direct roles with Shell Australia, please visit our careers page link to: 

Location Contractor Position/s reported Contact details
Prelude Aspen Medical

1 Registered Nurse

1 Intensive Care Paramedic
Prelude / Perth Monadelphous

1 HVAC Technician

1 Services Work Pack Preparer

4 Painters
Offshore DOF Subsea

1 x IR

1 x 2nd Officer

Procurement opportunities

Shell uses ICN-WA in WA and NT to advertise major packages of work:

Please visit our Shell website to find out more information on ‘becoming a supplier’

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Projects and Assets

Read about our projects and assets in Australia.

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