Think big and move fast at Southwestern Energy. We offer challenging assignments, extensive professional development and opportunities for rapid career growth.

Internships

Our paid internships are coveted because they offer invaluable work experience and learning opportunities. Paid summer internships are offered annually, with recruiting starting in September/October of the previous year. Applicants must be enrolled students at a four-year college or university with at least a 3.0 GPA. Disciplines vary each year but may include Engineering, Geosciences, Land, Health, Safety & Environment, Accounting, Supply Chain Management and Marketing

New Hire Rotation Program

We provide a dynamic and rigorous program for recent graduates who are new to the oil and gas industry. New hires will cycle through a series of thoughtfully-designed rotations under the guidance of a mentor. The program provides excellent new hire training and a comprehensive orientation to various disciplines. The rotational assignments are in Engineering, Geoscience, Accounting and Land.

Opportunities

Click on the discipline below to learn more about the many opportunities Southwestern Energy provides for new professionals:
  • Accounting

    • Southwestern Energy’s Accounting Department is in the process of reviewing the potential of initiating a rotational program to enhance the growth of new additions to our group. This would offer a “ground floor” opportunity to experience a wide range of discipline areas and allow for accelerated growth.

      This Intern accounting position will be assigned to our rotational program and given the opportunity to be exposed to the wide range of responsibilities performed by Southwestern Energy’s Accounting Department. This will include opportunities to participate in Oil & Gas Accounting from the “ground up” including, SEC Financial Reporting, Tax, Joint Interest Billing, A/P, Property, Revenue, Midstream, Budgeting, Operational Analysis and Audit functions.

  • Engineering

    • An entry level engineering position will be responsible for a wide range of petroleum engineering activities. Specific areas of responsibility will vary depending upon the particular job selection in reservoir, drilling, completions, production or facilities engineering and/or operations. Tasks will be dependent upon the particular job assignment, but may include other field operations work or office planning and engineering work such as gathering and analyzing data, evaluating and recommending technical projects, and providing engineering support for exploration and production operations.

      Engineers will present their planning, analysis, engineering and operational results to their team management and to other organizations and governmental agencies as required. Multiple projects will often need to be managed simultaneously. “Hands-on” learning is encouraged and supported, and the Engineer may spend significant time in the field learning actual field operations in the geographic area where assigned. Each Engineer will be assigned a mentor who will oversee projects and serve as a technical resource.

  • Geosciences

    • An entry level Geologist is responsible for a wide range of data interpretation activities critical for the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons. Tasks will be dependent upon the particular job assignment, but will typically include prospect generation, gathering and analyzing well data, map and cross-section construction, and providing general geological support for exploration and production operations. Geologists will present data interpretation results to management, other disciplines within the company, and to other organizations as required. Multiple projects will often need to be managed simultaneously. “Hands-on” learning is encouraged and supported. Each Geologist will be assigned a mentor who will oversee projects and serve as a technical resource.
  • Land

    • An entry level Landman is responsible for a wide range of in-house and field land activities. Specific areas of responsibility will vary depending upon the particular job assignment, but general responsibilities may include activities involving prospect acquisition, negotiation and preparation of various joint venture agreements including joint operating agreements and farmin/farmout agreements, producing property acquisitions/divestitures and more.

      The Land Intern will be exposed to a wide range of in-house and field activities including title checks, lease acquisition, basic negotiation and preparation of joint venture agreements and will gain experience in the administrative necessities of performing land work. The position will also be exposed to the basics of the lease records and division order functions. Multiple projects will often need to be managed simultaneously. You will be assigned a mentor who will oversee specific projects and serve as a technical resource.

  • Marketing

    • A Marketing Intern will be assigned to our rotational program and given the opportunity to be exposed to the wide range of responsibilities performed by Southwestern Energy’s Marketing Department.

      Responsibilities:
      Tasks will include opportunities to participate in various groups under the Marketing umbrella including, Marketing (Trading), Risk Analysis, Scheduling, Commercial Development, Economics and Planning.