We are a major integrated energy company, committed to growth in the areas of exploration, production, transport, transformation and marketing of oil and natural gas. All of the men and women who work for eni have a passion for challenge, continuous improvement and excellence while placing special value on people, the environment and integrity.
Eni is the Italy’s biggest company and the world’s 6th largest oil company by market capitalisation, operating in 90 countries with some 78,000 people.
To join the world of Eni is to become a part of a history marked by challenges and projects that have often seemed impossible. It means increasing and completing your knowledge and, most importantly, translating it into operational activity, in a state-of-the-art context, with the support of a system of continuous training.
It means developing solutions for highly complex problems, such as how to design the process for the extraction of oil at previously unreached depths, in extreme weather conditions, without damaging the environment.
It means making a mark on ambitious projects.
All activities are characterised by a strong commitment to sustainable development: making the most of people, contributing to the welfare of the communities in which the company operates, respecting the environment, investing in technical innovation, pursuing energy efficiency and mitigating the risks of climate change.
Professional opportunities and cultural diversity: Working at Eni means engaging in relationships with people of different cultures and ethnicities. The promotion of equal opportunities, regardless of race, colour and gender, is central to the nature of Eni, and derives from the standards set out by its founder Enrico Mattei that foresee the involvement of producer countries in the management of oil resources.
The different job and career opportunities, offer the possibility of:
Indeed, for Eni, professional diversification and geographic mobility, in Italy and abroad, are fundamental tools for the integration and development of resources.
Last updated on 17/01/14