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Dubai, UAE; March 19, 2019: As part of its commitment towards human capital development, ENOC Group will offer over 200 job opportunities across upstream, downstream and corporate divisions within the Group to UAE nationals.

These rewarding career opportunities will be showcased by the Group at the UAE Career Fair, to be held from March 19 to 21 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

ENOC is recruiting young talented Emirati nationals in the energy sector in specialisations including chemical, mechanical and electrical engineering, sales, marketing and business development and the legal field, to support the Group’s growth strategy. 

His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, said: “We thrive to provide our employees with opportunities to contribute to the growth of the UAE and aim to fulfil their aspirations by equipping them with essential knowledge, expertise and skillsets to face the industry challenges of tomorrow. 

ENOC Group launched various initiatives to bolster the growth of the Emiratis including the first-of-its-kind comprehensive National Development Programme (NDP) in 2010. With three proficiency levels - Tatweer, Mawaheb, and Imtiaz – the programme focuses on developing the functional, behavioural, professional, managerial, and leadership skills of UAE nationals. In 2017, ENOC Group introduced the 'Graduate Development Programme' (GDP) as part of NDP, with the aim of supporting young UAE nationals in their transition from university to the workplace and contribute to the Group's talent development strategy. 

ENOC Group also provides Technical Training Programme in partnership with the Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT), as well as academic sponsorships, internships and various other training avenues to Emiratis. Till date, 60 UAE nationals have been trained under these programmes.

In 2018, ENOC offered more than 100 jobs at the Career Fair, and we successfully recruited 152 Nationals, 43 of which are fresh graduates. The Group has already achieved 40 percent Emiratisation rate and has previously announced its plans to achieve 50 percent by 2021. 

Careers UAE enables talented UAE nationals in all fields to come face-to-face with recruiters and hiring managers from leading employers. It is designed to expose job seekers to a wide range of training and career opportunities.

ENOC has a robust on-the-job-training culture that provides job shadowing, cross-functional projects and temporary assignments. ENOC has also partnered with various universities including Al Maktoum College of Higher Education to empower its employees and Heriot Watt University to offer a master’s degree to UAE nationals, respectively. 


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