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Enoc hunts UAE talent

Enoc has stepped up its efforts to train and employ nationals for positions at the company. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Minister of Finance and Deputy Ruler of Dubai and chairman of Enoc, visited the Enoc stand at Careers UAE 2007,

The leading recruitment exhibition in the UAE and largest of its kind is taking place with 179 companies from different business sectors participating. As part of its participation at Careers UAE 2007, Enoc signed a MoU with Emirates National Development Programme to collaborate on training and employment of nationals for positions at ENOC.

The agreement was signed by Zaid Al Quafaidi, Eppco chief operating officer and Azza Sharhan, director of Emirates National Development Programme during the opening ceremony of exhibition. Basema Al Hassawi from the Group Human Resources Department was present at the Enoc stand along with a delegation from Enoc to provide visitors with an overview on the company.

Commenting on the initiative, Enoc Group chief executive Hussein Sultan said: “This is a positive development which should further enhance the Emiritisation drive within the Enoc Group of companies at the entry point level.

“With over 20 per cent of Emiratis as part of our workforce, Enoc has been a pioneer in the development of nationals. We have also worked closely with TANMIA in the past to recruit nationals at technician and support staff levels.”

Visitors to the Enoc stand were briefed about the company, the types of roles which exist in Enoc and also the existing vacancies.

This was supported by a running video on the role of the Enoc Group, a fact sheet and a binder with relevant information on the company.

Having received hundreds of applications this year, potential applicants were given the choice of applying for a position at Enoc either by directly utilising the available PCs at the stand, submit CVs via a USB or through the Enoc website online.

Established in 1993 as a wholly-owned company of the Government of Dubai, Enoc aims to promote the interests of its shareholders through the development of further downstream and upstream activities in the oil and gas sector and beyond and to encourage the economic diversification of Dubai and the rest of the UAE.

Enoc actively participates in an increasingly broad range of business ventures.

Its joint ventures with major international companies allow partners to pool their technology, know-how and expertise along with their resources to further their commercial success.

Since its inception, Enoc has been guided by its philosophy of quality and professional management based on modern business concepts for commercial success and sustainable growth.

Today it is poised to engineer a new and challenging period of growth and diversity.

Enoc’s mission is to be the reliable Energy Partner of Choice in each sector in which it operates. (TradeArabia News Service)

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