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Student & New Graduate Opportunities

Whether you come to work at Husky as a student or a new graduate, you will be given meaningful and challenging assignments, along with hands-on experience to build your long term career.

Summer Students

Husky offers four-month summer positions from May to August each year. The student jobs are posted on the Jobs & Careers page each September for the following year. Interviews commence in October and continue into the New Year until all summer student positions are filled.

Qualifications for summer positions:

  • Enrolment in post-secondary education
  • Returning to school following your summer work term

Student Benefits

  • Work with one of Canada's largest fully integrated oil and gas companies
  • Contribute to exciting business projects
  • Learn from industry leading professionals
  • Competitive wages and relocation support
  • Be part of our vibrant student community

Exciting opportunities are available in the following disciplines:

  • Engineering
  • Geology & Geophysics
  • Business (Accounting, Finance, HR, Land, Marketing, Communications)
  • Information Services
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technical (Power Engineering and Instrumentation)
Riley Smith
"I am a former student of the Aboriginal Scholarship Program and have worked in the Information Services department. Being part of Husky’s Aboriginal Mentorship Network was my best experience at Husky because I received support from Aboriginal Leaders and learned about other departments within the company. Husky’s culture is student friendly and I felt I was a valued member of the team. I am looking forward to continuing my future career training at Husky."

Riley Smith
Calgary, AB

Co-op / Internship Students

Husky offers Co-op / Internship positions year-round with start dates in January, May and September. Work terms can range in length from 4, 8, 12 or 16 months.

The Co-op jobs are posted on the Jobs & Careers page four months in advance. As a Co-op or Internship student at Husky, you will work in your field of study to gain career-related experience with mentorship and guidance from a team of professionals.

Qualifications for Co-op / Internship positions:

  • Enrolment in a recognized post secondary Co-op or Internship education program

Upcoming Campus Events

Come learn about the role Husky plays in today’s energy industry and how you can be part of its bright future! Our Career Fairs and Information Session will include presentations from experts in engineering, environmental science, commerce, and more. With approximately 350 Summer and Co-op/Internship students hired every year, now is your chance to be part of the energy!

Western Canada

13-Sep

Mount Royal University

Career Fair

11:00am-2:00pm

19-Sep

University of Saskatchewan

Career Fair

10:00am-4:00pm

20-Sep

University of Saskatchewan

Information Session

4:30pm-6:00pm

20-Sep

University of Calgary Indigenous Student Career Day

Career Day

12:00pm-4:30pm

24-Sep

University of Regina

Career Fair

10:00am-3:00pm

25-Sep

University of Regina

Information Session

11:00am-1:00pm

25-Sep

University of Calgary

Career Fair

10:30am-3:30pm

26-Sep

University of Alberta

Career Fair

10:00am-4:00pm

27-Sep

University of Alberta

Information Session

11:30am-12:30pm

27-Sep

University of Lethbridge

Development Session

12:30am-5:00pm

Ontario Tour

17-Sep

University of Waterloo

Information Session

11:30am-1:30pm

18-Sep

Western University

Information Session

5:30pm-7:00pm

19-Sep

McMaster University

Information Session

5:00pm-7:00pm

20-Sep

McMaster University

Career Fair

10:00am-3:00pm

20-Sep

University of Toronto

Career Fair

10:00am-4:00pm

21-Sep

University of Toronto

Information Session

4:30pm-6:00pm

17-Oct

Queen's University

Career Fair

10:00am-3:30pm

18-Oct

Queen's University

Information Session

TBD

Student Benefits

  • Work with one of Canada's largest fully integrated oil and gas companies
  • Contribute to exciting business projects
  • Learn from industry leading professionals
  • Competitive wages and relocation support
  • Be part of our vibrant student community

Exciting opportunities are available in the following disciplines:

  • Engineering
  • Geology & Geophysics
  • Business (Accounting, Finance, HR, Land, Marketing, Communications)
  • Information Services
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technical (Power Engineering and Instrumentation)
Awais Rasool
"My career with Husky started in 2010 and continued through two more Co-op work terms. Today, I’m part of the Husky Engineer-in-Training (EIT) New Graduate Rotation Program. At first, it was Husky’s focus on individual growth and development that attracted me, but what convinced me to keep working here is the Company’s diversity and culture. The rotation program has given me the opportunity to work in four different disciplines at three different locations throughout Alberta. This program is one of the best new graduate programs in the industry because of the meaningful work and experience."

Awais Rasool
Completions Engineer–EIT
Calgary, AB

New Graduates

Husky offers rotational and non-rotational opportunities for new graduates looking to develop their careers after graduation.

Rotational New Graduate Opportunities are structured programs designed to provide new graduates with exposures to different areas during the first years of their professional career.

Rotation programs currently offered are:

  • Engineering
  • Geology & Geophysics
  • Accounting (CPA)

Qualifications for the rotational new graduate programs:

  • Completion of post-secondary education
  • Previous Husky student experience is preferred

Non-Rotational opportunities are hired in the other disciplines as per business need and are posted on Husky’s Career page throughout the year.

Ozzy Ofoegbu
"I started working with Husky as a summer student and after graduating, was accepted into the Geology and Geophysics New Graduate Program. This program has exposed me to many different facets of the business, allowing me to really figure out which area is the best fit for me. My team encourages me to expand my skillset through training courses and educational opportunities. Husky is providing me with valuable work experience and I look forward to continuing my career here."

Ozzy Ofoegbu
Geologist
Calgary, AB

Notice

Beware of False Recruitment

Husky Energy’s hiring process includes an interview with a Husky employee before any offer is made. Individuals selected for the formal hiring process will be contacted directly by Husky and an interview will be arranged.

Husky is aware that some job seekers receive false employment offers from individuals or organizations posing as Husky. These individuals or organizations posing as Husky may ask for money, ID, passport, or other personal contact information. Husky does not ask for this information from job seekers.


If you have any questions or concerns, please email hr.recruitment@huskyenergy.com.