Wholly owned by the Government of Dubai, ENOC is a holding company operating thirty, actively growing subsidiaries and joint ventures.
As the “Energy Partner of Choice”, 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.
ENOC is poised to expand its influence as a leading force in the UAE’s economic diversification, as a trusted professional partner for joint ventures within the UAE and abroad, and through its corporate and social responsibility programs which provides the employees with numerous career growth opportunities and development plans for all business sectors.
Working at ENOC
Having already set a formidable course of achievement, ENOC is currently nurturing a friendly, multinational working environment to help reach these targets.
From around 50 nationalities across the entire group and 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.
One of ENOC’s key corporate objectives is to increase the UAE national intake into its manpower pool. Several strategies have been put into action to serve this need including increased quality and efficiency of service delivery, prioritization and ongoing assessments within that regard, including monitoring UAE national development and retention and contributing to the overall enhancement of the skills and competencies of UAE nationals in the group.
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.
To achieve this, a structured and systematic development framework that will enable the Graduate Staff to quickly develop their knowledge skills and competencies in the early stages of their career, and that allows them to assume an established role and contribute effectively to the business in the fastest possible time, needs to be in place.
The purpose of this framework is to outline and guide Line Managers through the process of graduate development for the initial phase of their career in the Company. It is also expected that the Graduate Staff will use this document as a framework for their own development and a reference point for what to expect during this initial period.