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Recruitment Process

Click on each video clip during orientation activities and discover the various steps that characterise Eni's recruitment process and how to get in contact with us!

Screening CVs and telephone pre-interview

Initial screening is based on the CV you submit via the Eni website and on the specific job or training requirements:

  • education qualifications and grades
  • foreign language ability
  • specialisations
  • professional experience
  • availability for national and international mobility

You will then have a telephone interview if you are a suitable applicant for our needs. This will involve us giving you a more detailed account of the role, whilst you provide more in-depth insight into your CV.
Once your availability and interest in the position has been established, you may be invited to take part in the aptitude evaluation phase and then your CV will be kept on file for the next 5 years.

Aptitude Evaluation

Assessment centres: for school leaver and new graduates
If you are a school leaver or a recent graduate, you will attend an assessment centre for aptitude evaluation to identify your personal characteristics. To do this, you’ll take part in a number of situational tests and group and individual interviews, fill in questionnaires and sit an English language test. A group of evaluators will be present throughout the assessment activities. The tests themselves do not require any specialist knowledge, since they are not designed to evaluate technical knowledge. In specific situations the assessment centre may be replaced by an individual interview.

Individual interview: for experienced professionals
For positions requiring specific professional skills and experience, an individual interview is carried out to ascertain if you have the professional characteristics required for the position. During this interview, your expectations, motivation, professional training and experience are all assessed. If you’re successful in this interview, you’ll then move through to a technical interview with a professional in your field of expertise.

Technical interview

This is the final phase of the recruitment process. It consists of an interview based on your specialist skills and is conducted by a technical manager of the professional area where the role is based.
For school leavers and graduates, the interview will focus on your educational and training experience, any technical and professional skills you have, and your ability to apply the knowledge you’ve gained during your studies to the company environment.
For experienced professionals, the conversation will focus on previous roles and achievements as well as technical skills, key competencies and career aspirations. Depending on the role you’re applying for, more than one technical interview may be required.

Final choice and feedback

Once the recruitment process has been completed, those with the strongest match to the criteria we’re looking for will be selected.
The recruiter will let every candidate know the final result of the recruitment process, after which the chosen candidate will be contacted by HR to formalise his or her appointment. In circumstances where you’ll be relocating abroad, the mobilisation process will also begin, as we begin to support you in your move.

 

How to get in touch with us

For all career opportunities, use the Job Opportunities page to search and apply for current vacancies.
To enquire about international roles or technical roles within Eni’s upstream global subsidiaries, contact Eni International Resources.
To ask a question about graduate, school leaver or other opportunities in Eni’s global subsidiaries contact Eni Corporate University.


Last updated on 02/02/16