Enoc to provide diverse job opportunities during Careers UAE


Enoc Group, a leading integrated global energy player, underpinned its commitment to support national Emiratisation efforts during Ru'ya, Careers UAE Redefined taking place between September 19 – 21, at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Enoc Group is set to offer diverse job opportunities across midstream, downstream and corporate divisions within the Group.
Earlier this year more than 60 Emirati nationals joined Enoc Group and more than 35 are joining soon.
Candidates interested to join the Group will be able to apply for jobs directly at the stand located at Hall 4, pavilion B4-4, or through Enoc Group’s careers page.
Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, Enoc, said: “As a national company, Enoc Group aligns with the UAE government’s directives for Emiratisation in its national strategy and agenda. During the first 8 months of 2023, the Group hired more than 60 Emirati talent, which is a testament to our ongoing investment in young Emirati talent who strive to be at the forefront of leading and advancing the UAE’s energy sector.”
The Group has already achieved 100 per cent Emiratisation at executive management, 81 per cent Emiratisation at senior management and 51 per cent Emiratisation across the Group.
The Group is recruiting young talented Emirati nationals in the energy sector in specialisations including technical services, operations, maintenance, engineering, business development, sales, marketing operations, trading, customer service, IT, finance, HSE, logistics and procurement.
In addition to academic sponsorships, internships, and training opportunities, Enoc Group has introduced a range of initiatives aimed at fostering the advancement of Emirati nationals. The pioneering Graduate Development Programme (GDP) was also designed to holistically enhance competencies encompassing functional, behavioural, professional, managerial, and leadership skills of UAE nationals.--OGN/TradeArabia News Service

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