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Continental Resources, Inc.

Intern, Environmental (Summer 2018)

Continental Resources, Inc. - Oklahoma City, OK

Job SummaryThe Environmental Intern will work under the direction and training of an Environmental Professional to develop solutions for project assignments associated with Continental’s energy assets. The Intern will learn the functions within the Environmental Department and perform entry level Environmental duties. Duties/ResponsibilitiesIn addition to a summer project, the Environmental intern will also have the opportunity to:Conduct field activities such as inspections, sampling, remediation and information gatheringAssist Environmental staff with program development, permitting and reporting, and other office tasksReview compliance history of permitted operations and enter data and information to support required routine reportingConduct research of regulatory requirements as well as past and current permitting requirements and help develop strategy for future permitting needs.SkillsStrong communication skills, both written and oralProficient computer skillsStrong customer focus and proven team playerPossess good time management skillsQualificationsCurrent enrollment in 4 year college or university;Working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering or Environmental Science;Minimum 3.0 GPA for consideration;Valid driver’s license;Professional appearance and demeanor; andEligible to work permanently in the United States upon graduation

5 days 17 hours ago

Continental Resources, Inc.


Intern, Environmental (Summer 2018) Continental Resources, Inc. - Oklahoma City, OK, United States


Location: Oklahoma City, OK

Company Profile:
Continental Resources, Inc. (NYSE: CLR), based in Oklahoma City, is focused on the exploration and production of onshore oil-prone plays and is a Top 10 independent oil producer in the United States. The Company has a long and successful history of developing its industry-leading leasehold and production in the nation's premier oil play, the Bakken of North Dakota and Montana, as well as significant positions in Oklahoma in its recently discovered SCOOP play and the Northwest Cana play.