Eni International Resources Ltd is in charge of recruiting international resources for Eni.
Eni International Resources Ltd (EIRL) offers dynamic and challenging international careers, guaranteeing our globally mobile professionals a highly competitive salary, continuous support in training and skills development, and a long-term career path based on assignments in our group companies around the world.
The EIRL team is made up of people from a wide range of professional and cultural backgrounds. To join us, we ask that you meet requirements including:
EIRL remuneration packages are among the most competitive in the energy sector and provide:
In addition, international staff sent on assignment abroad may also receive (depending on their location and contract type):
Read more about the benefits and rewards that come with an international career with Eni.
Eni operates in over 62 countries across the world, which means we have a vast range of opportunities available for expatriates to join us. Learn more about what skills you need to succeed abroad, where you could join us, and how Eni will fully support your move to becoming part of our international family.
An expatriate, or an international employee, is someone with specific skills and experience who is working on one of our projects abroad on a fixed-term assignment. Discover more below about the different types of international careers, the skills we look for and the benefits of joining us in an overseas role.
We offer a range of careers depending on the assignment you take with us. Occasionally, local employees may also temporarily work abroad in another Eni location for short periods of time. They’ll then return to their home country to continue working for the business as a local.
The types of international assignments you could work on as an expatriate include:
Residential assignments. You’ll live and work abroad for the duration of your assignment. If you’re relocating on residential status with your family, we can help with finding suitable housing, as well as financial assistance with school fees for all children in full-time education.
Rotational assignments. This involves a specific working pattern such as 28 days on/28 days off, and typically takes place in remote locations. You’ll be flown in and out of the location for your shifts, which means you can spend time off-shift at home or travelling for leisure.
If you’re on a residential assignment, your spouse/partner and any dependant children may accompany you for its duration. We provide high quality support to ensure that your family can enjoy an excellent quality of life while overseas.
Unaccompanied status would suit you if you’re single, choosing to travel without your family, or simply if accompanied status is not available in your working location.
Our international expatriate employees join us in a wide range of disciplines, typically being experts in exploration, development, operations, support, or refining and marketing. Therefore, it’s essential that you have a strong and relevant background in the energy industry.
Assignments are often located in remote parts of the world, so flexibility and international mobility are key qualities we look for. You will also thrive on working with others from a range of professional and cultural backgrounds.
Eni operates in over 62 countries across the world, which means we have a vast range of opportunities available for expatriates to join us.
Our highly competitive benefits are benchmarked against the best in the international market. These include a competitive salary, private medical insurance, pension scheme, access to tax support, relocation and visa support, and a discretionary annual bonus.
You may move between assignments in different locations, but you’ll never be short of practical help, career development or opportunities to collaborate with expert peers. This means you’ll always have the support you need while growing professionally.
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