The Dubai-based Emirates National Oil Company (Enoc) is looking for qualified personnel to fill various positions across different departments within the group.
Job opportunities have opened up in areas like oil & gas, sales & customer relations, engineering, secretarial, operations, IT & Hardware, finance, education & training, marketing communications, manufacturing & logistics and accounting & auditing in the company.
There is no information available on the salaries and pay packages paid by the company. Interested candidates can apply directly through the company website.
Employee reviews on various websites state that the company provides many opportunity for professionals. Free accommodation and transportation, equal treatment of the staff, positive environment and good management are the pros that most employees state in their review. Dealing with unpredictable and difficult customers can be a challenge as some current and former employees have written in their reviews.
Enoc is a truly multicultural company. The group employs people of around 50 nationalities with more than 6,000 employees. “Enoc has developed a nurturing, integrated employee-oriented strategy to put the needs of its employees at the forefront and to nurture their talents and skills to facilitate their development and career growth in the long run,” reads the website.
The company has special programmes to attract local talent. “Recruiting national graduates into Enoc Group of Companies is critical to our strategic approach of ensuring we have talented individuals to develop our business today and tomorrow, and to meet our social and corporate responsibility to nurture and develop local talent in line with the government’s aspirations,” the website adds further.
Enoc operates a network of service stations across Dubai and the Northern Emirates. In addition, it handles a diverse business portfolio spanning refining, storage, shipping, LPG, IT, travel, aviation, lubricants and chemicals, with international operations as far as London and Singapore.
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