College of Engineering

Halliburton Summer Internship

Field Technology Engineer – Intern

(No suit or tie required)

Halliburton is one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry.  With more than 70,000 employees in approximately 80 countries, the company serves the upstream oil and gas industry throughout the life cycle of the reservoir—from locating hydrocarbons and managing geological data, to drilling and formation evaluation, well construction and completion, and optimizing production through the life of the field.

Projects will be on and off shore and may include opportunities within Baroid, Security DBS, Wireline and Perforating, Cementing, Halliburton Completion Tools, and Production Optimization; all divisions of Halliburton.


  • Provide technical and operational engineering expertise to external customer (oil and gas exploration & production) in a professional manner
  • Perform assignments requiring knowledge and application of basic engineering principles for design of work
  • Lead Halliburton team in implementing designs at the well site (capacity to work effectively within teams is essential)
  • Assist in pre-planning, job execution (at field well sites on or off shore), and post job analysis
  • Interpret well site data (in “real time”), work with software simulators, electrical, and mechanical devices


Instrumental in one or more of the following (at field well sites remote from the Halliburton office):

  • Wireline and Perforating (electric wire line)
  • Well cementing (Cementing)
  • Tools (down hole), Well testing, Reservoir analysis and Completion products & services (Halliburton Completion Tools)
  • Reservoir stimulation (Production Optimization -fracturing & acidizing)
  • Directional Drilling, Log & Measurement While Drilling (Sperry Drilling Serv.)


The position is entry-level; however, the future career path opportunities are boundless.  A comprehensive, developmental training program is provided (6 months to 1 year+) along with a structured mentoring program to accelerate learning.  Halliburton recognizes a desire for continuing education throughout one’s career and offers this benefit.

Ability to adapt to an indoor/outdoor, 24-hour, 365-day work environment is required. Must be willing to relocate. Prior to employment, all applicants must pass a motor vehicle screening (a motor vehicle report will be pulled for the 12 months prior to the date of application), criminal background check, drug and alcohol screening and physical.  Some travel is required.


Work Authorization: Candidates who are not legally authorized to work in the United States, or those needing visa sponsorship presently or in the future, will not be considered

Characteristics: High level of integrity, analytical, innovative, service oriented, self-motivated, team player, high safety awareness, leadership ability. Effective communication skills (reading/writing/comprehension, as well as verbal) required.

Degree: Bachelors

Majors: All Engineering majors, Engineering Technology, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and other science related degrees.

GPA Requirement: 2.75

Locations: Throughout rural North America

A Halliburton employment application form will be provided via web link to each pre-selected student prior to the interview by a recruiting representative. The required documentation must be received in order to guarantee an interview with Halliburton.

In order to be considered for an interview, you must submit a Halliburton Student Profile via the link below in addition to submitting a resume.  The profile will take no more than 60 seconds of your time.

Please click here to submit a Student Profile: