Build your career at Marathon Oil.
Innovative workplace. Valuable skills.
When you’re in the early stages of your career, you’re looking for hands-on, meaningful experience and early exposure to real challenges, real results and real rewards. At Marathon Oil, entry-level positions are not about being a benchwarmer – they’re about gaining valuable skills quickly in an exciting industry, within a company focused on identifying and leveraging breakthrough technology.
You bring us your energy and fresh perspective, while we offer you plenty of continuous guidance and support, in a collaborative environment where we’re all encouraged to push boundaries and learn from our mistakes. Targeted assignments help you to truly learn the business and further develop your skills.
Learn more about our early career training and Catalyst development program for petrotechnical college new hires below. You will work within an organization that has strong values, including respect for different backgrounds, strengths and capabilities – and encourages employees to work as one team to deliver results.
Investing in your future.
Flexible hours, generous vacation, and an excellent 401(k) enable you start now to build a strong financial future.
Be a catalyst.
As a petrotechnical college graduate, Catalysts enter into a structured training program within the first year to accelerate technical and business acumen and to gain field exposure.
Catalyst program participants also gain exceptionally diverse experience during their first five years with Marathon Oil. Split into assignments, each assignment provides the opportunity to support one of our high value assets actively contribute to the team's deliverables.
Find out what drives you.
Marathon Oil is known for nurturing up-and-coming talent and opening up a world of career opportunities. In an internship at Marathon Oil, you'll be immersed in a working environment with real challenges, real support and real rewards. There's no better way to get hands-on experience while discovering what motivates and inspires you.
Prospective interns may be college rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors pursuing a degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher.