The panorama of Eni’s professional profiles is extremely broad and varied. All of these are linked to job roles. Each role is mapped in a Professional Area model, which provides a path of professional and geographic mobility, often on an international level, for personnel as soon as they begin working at Eni.
Professional areas: groups of professional families that operate on the same macro-process, which are determined on the basis of compatible know-how and professional backgrounds. To date, there are 33 Professional Areas (e.g., Well Area, Sustainability, HSEQ, Human Resources). Levels of competence and know-how for professional growth have been defined for each of these areas.
Professional families: groups of roles that work on similar processes (e.g., the Well Area includes the Well Area Coordination, Well Area Engineering, Well Area Operations and Well Area Staff families; the HSEQ area includes the Integrated HSE Processes, Safety, Environment, Quality, Health and Product Stewardship & Industrial Hygiene families).
Professional role: an expertise identified by a profile of similar technical-professional competences. Each role strives to achieve analogous company objectives.
At Eni, we currently have more than 2,100 technical-professional competences, which are constantly verified and updated.
We use our professional model to officially represent the specialist know-how required by each professional area.
Our Professional Area models establish development career paths which envisage progressively acquiring competences that are increasingly complex.
Over time, our employees increase their technical know-how and soft skills to strengthen their professional status.
Training, job rotation and development tools support our employees’ development into technical-professional and/or managerial roles.
The importance of combining soft and hard skills and the opportunities for job rotation, international mobility and training: the following video interviews illustrate the skills you will develop at different career path levels.
After his degree in industrial engineering in 2011, Stefano Oliani worked for a consulting firm for two years and then joined Eni. He talks about how a career here offers the chance to develop and expand hard (technical) skills, as well as soft skills, such as communication. It also offers the chance to work in an international environment that includes job rotation and a huge range of training courses.
Judith Solland is an Engineering Manager for Eni Norge on the Goliat project. After finalizing the project, she spent time in Korea to start construction work. She took her family with her: it was an experience of growth for them all. After returning to Norway, she took on additional responsibility in engineering throughout the project lifecycle. Judith has found working for Eni very rewarding, because she has been able to manage different projects and see them evolve; from signing the agreements through to construction and beyond.
Clare Falcon is a Sedimentologist for Eni US Operating Co. Inc. in Houston. She is mainly based in the Gulf of Mexico and has worked for Eni for few years, in a variety of areas. She explains that more junior staff have the opportunity to work with more experienced professionals and can collaborate on important projects. Eni offers fantastic opportunities for training to continue growing, learning and sharing.
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