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Ojasvi Gupta

Graduate Project Engineer
Responsible for project execution, ensuring safe, competitive, and on-time project delivery.
Energy, gas and oil
Shell QGC Business
Job Level
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About me

Ojasvi Gupta, Graduate Project/Electrical Engineer at Shell and youth leader at global peace organisation Soka Gakkai International, committed to fostering a culture of vibrant humanism and respect for the dignity of all life, wherever she goes. Growing up, I experienced life in multiple countries; India, South Korea and finally Australia, where my parents settled when I was a young girl. Passionate about a whole range of worldly topics and subjects, I graduated as an Electrical and Computer Systems Engineer from Monash University in Melbourne, and moved to Brisbane for my first full-time job. I believe that each person contains within them an unlimited tank of wisdom, courage and compassion, and encourages each person to tap this tank within them to flourish greatly, and contribute to humanity.

About my role

  • Confident
  • Flexible
  • Idealistic
  • Personable
  • Trusting

As a Project Engineer, you work on projects which involve modification to existing facilities/assets – such projects can take anywhere from 6 months – multiple years before they enter construction. This role is involved in stages of a project where you will coordinate and manage detailed engineering works, material procurement, planning a maintenance strategy for the procured materials, ensuring all relevant due diligence is completed so the project is ready for construction, amongst many other activities. As part of these works, you will travel to site quite frequently and interact with many teams to make sure you deliver a project successfully.

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  • Victorian Certificate of Education
  • Bachelor of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering


  • Recognition from Monash’s Dean of Engineering for achieving high distinctions


  • Dancing
  • Reading
  • Running
  • Seeing family and friends

15 year old me!!

“You are precious and irreplaceable. Believe in your inner voice, trust every experience is necessary for your growth, and sincerely appreciate each person you encounter!”

My career journey

Curious to know how I got here? Here’s a snapshot of my career pathway.
  1. Completed various hospitality/part-time roles while studying
  2. Landed my first internship at PACCAR in 2017 as a Supply Quality Assurance Technician
  3. Begin second internship as an Undergraduate Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer
  4. Worked as a Technical Assistant for Monash University in 2019
  5. In 2020 started as a Graduate Project Engineer at Shell

My employer

Shell businesses in Australia are part of the Shell Group, a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Their aim is to meet the energy needs of society, in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now and in the future.