Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company (Orpic) performed a neighborhood recruitment campaign primarily based on its ongoing enterprise expansion as effectively as its authorized manning strategy for 2018. Conducted more than two days, the recruitment drive, held in Muscat, generated a tremendous response with about 300 potential candidates who met the fundamental specifications interviewed out of about 12,000 entries.
Orpic is undergoing a significant transformation particularly with the commissioning of its strategic development projects Sohar Refinery Improvement project (SRIP) and Muscat Sohar Product Pipeline (MSPP), whereas Liwa Plastics Industries Complex (LPIC) is scheduled for commissioning by 2020. In view of the identical, the recruitment campaign has been undertaken to not just develop jobs but to offer a difficult and rewarding profession to vibrant young talented minds.
Orpic firmly believes in supporting the national In-Country Value programme and therefore believes in nurturing and building Omanis to take on roles in line with the company’s lengthy term strategic development strategy. Over time, Orpic has educated numerous batches of Omanis to take on positions across distinct internal disciplines. Over the subsequent couple of years, Orpic will aim at recruiting numerous competent national cadre to operate the existing and upcoming plants.
Nofal al Saidi, GM – Human Resource Services, stated, “We are entering an exciting future wherein Orpic will soon transform into an international player in the global petrochemicals marketplace. Now is the time we require highly talented applicants to bolster our existing teams and work with the largest projects. We aim to serve Oman and customers with pride and people are our number one asset. We are always on the lookout for passionate people who will grow with our business.”
Orpic is a single of Oman’s biggest businesses and a single of the most quickly expanding organizations in the Middle East oil market. Orpic’s refineries as effectively as the Aromatics and Polypropylene plants offer fuel, chemical compounds, plastics and other petroleum items to Oman and to the globe.
Information Source: Muscat Daily