Wood are currently recruiting for a Graduate Civil & Structural Engineer to work in our Al - Khobar office Offshore Maintain Potential Program (OMPP). Graduates will get the opportunity to work in the upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas industry as we look to meet our Client’s needs and exceed their expectations in conceptual engineering studies, pre - FEED, FEED, EPC and PMC Projects. The objective of the Graduate Development programme is to develop Saudi national graduate engineers to the international standards of the Oil & Gas industry and to support Wood projects in Saudi Arabia.
The overall duration of the programme is planned for two years, during which Saudi national graduate engineers will go through a structured development programme. Successful completion of this programme shall allow graduates to obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to become recognized professional engineers in the Oil & Gas Industry.
At the same time the proposed graduate development programme and graduate engineers shall be registered in the Engineering Institution of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as per the requirements of in country legislation and work practices.
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