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Productive and best work place
Electrical Engineer (Former Employee), Al-Khobar, Saudi ArabiaFebruary 9, 2014
Relaxed work schedule, no obstacle to learn whatever like and good cooperation from colleagues.
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All we need to have is Smile in the Face to Make the Work place More Comfortable.
QC/QA Senior welding inspector (Current Employee), Jeddah , Saudi Arabia.December 3, 2013
> In A Typical Day i Learned, How a Normal Personal differ from a Manager, Because On That day where i need to take a Typical Decision and I was Not ready to take that Decision on my Own, But When i called my Manger, He came Right next to me And he told me the Decision was right and told me to Go a Head with the Work.

After That Moment I learned How – more... he was Able to take a Decision very Quickly than i Did, Then I realized the Even I took The Decision but i was holding it Back,

So then onward I Started to think like how a Manager Will take A Optimistic Decision.

Like Wise Every Day Is a Lesson, If we Have the Interest We can learn Every Day.

Enjoyable Part of the Work Is When Every one is Standing Back, But I Am Taking one step a Head to take the Challenge. – less
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Secretary (Former Employee), Al Hufūf, KSANovember 29, 2013
A good place with good working environment, a great experience with additional knowledge. A professional workmates. however unsecured work due to mostly local Saudi Nationalities are only employee that regularized from their post.
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over all, it's okay. i didn't saw any problem.
Scaffold Erector (Current Employee), Ras Tanurah, KSANovember 27, 2013
Pros: free service, free food and accommodation.
Cons: long hours of travel, salty water in the accommodation and not good lavatory.
i become productive and contribute to the company's success and i learned a lot about scaffolding job.
i also encounter different nationalities and their cultures.
the management was good in handling their employees.
the hardest was when the superior doesn't know how to handle his men or workers.
the most enyoyable part of the job is when it is pay – more... day and day off. – less
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Fun at work. Easy to manage daily activities
Sr. Instrument Engineer (Current Employee), Saudi ArabiaNovember 10, 2013
Pros: socio - economics above the best in the industry
Cons: limited advancement for expats.
Nothing in particular. Great teamwork and communication among unit engineers.
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very nice and productive but only this is not my company I only supplied here
Prelimenary Acting QC (Current Employee), Juaymah KSAOctober 23, 2013
Pros: good but don't have free lunch snacks are free
Cons: 2 hrs only
very nice and productive but only this is not my company I only supplied here
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Technical drilling was very interesting and a great learning experience.
Night Drilling Foreman (Current Employee), Uthmaniya gas field Saudi ArabiaOctober 21, 2013
For my own personal reasons I am looking to leave Aramco not any professional issues.
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Useful
SUMMER TRAINEE (Former Employee), Dhahran, Saudi ArabiaOctober 9, 2013
I learned new things such as using SAP and developing websites based on SAP using ABAP language
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pair
SHUTTLE BUS DRIVER (Former Employee), saudiOctober 7, 2013
Cons: 12
quite hard but keep going, they sometime good sometimes lock of benefits other c workers are nice with me, the most hard is the sudden change of weather. enjoyable here we can go other cities
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less systematic and unproductive
Electrical Engineer (Former Employee), Dhahran, S04July 30, 2013
Pros: free overtime hours
Cons: long hours
* cool office climate.
* learned to be patience.
* lousy management.
* proud and unproductive workers.
* to mingle with conceited co-workers is the hardest part of the job.
* finish my job in the day.
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job environment
Plant dcs Operator (Former Employee), Ras Tanura, S04June 28, 2013
Iwas working with Aramco Company as console operator since 1996
1-i study apprenticeship in Aramco ITC from January 13 1991 to may 30 1992 English reading 7b and operator BOC and phase 2 for offshore GOSP OPERATOR
2- FROM JUN 1 TO NOVEMBER 30 1992 TAKE PHASE THREE ON GOSP JOB SIDE
3- from December 1992 –may 1993 .start up course for offshore gosp , – more... gas gothering,utility and switch gear room
4-from January 1 1994 TO 1995 December work on safniyah wet crude handling (desolaters) as out side operator and take phase 2 and phase three
5-from January 1996 -2005 I worked as console operator on safanyyah crude control center with TDC 200 AND TDC 3000 and gas TDC stations since 2005-2008 work as oil/gas shift supervisor and I have all recurred COURSES AND EXPERIENCE
since october 2010 i got over and i am working with rabigh refiynary &petrochemical company(petrorabigh) for 14 month as safety advicer in hydroteating plant/ for one year until now as shift supervisor in alkylation/sulfaric acid/isomeration plants. – less
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Good Experience
Consultant/Senior System Engineer (Former Employee), DhahranMay 4, 2013
Pros: dynamic work
Cons: nothing
work from 7:00 to 4:00PM
24X7 on call , friendly environment for Expat
Challenging , dynamic work
Good Salary
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it is a ver productive work place
Maintenance Planner I (Group Leader) (Current Employee), JeddahApril 16, 2013
I learend all my skills at Aramco, it is the bigest oil company in world.
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good place to work, nice people
Construction Safety Specialist lll / Advisor (Current Employee), East to West pipeline projectApril 7, 2013
Pros: not many pros
Cons: very un-organozed
good place to work, communication needs alot of work. A typical day is always trying to get informatin on what is going on.
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Productive and fun workplace in the flatform
CRANE OPERATOR (Former Employee), SAFANYADecember 20, 2012
Pros: overtime pay
Cons: engine problem of the crane
everyday work is somehow tiring but fruitful.
I learned to adjust to the environment, focus on my job description,and follow the clients job order.
I worked with camaraderie with my co-workers anytime.
the most difficult part that I met was in the rough sea and also the crane malfunction.
the most enjoyable part of the job is when i can finished the – more... job order perfectly. – less
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Great job security and work life balance
Financial Analyst (Current Employee), DhahranJuly 18, 2014
Pros: the company provide nice housing facilities to its employees
Cons: summer heat in saudi arabia is unbearable!
Workload is usually moderate. The company provide great resources for self-education. I liked learning about the oil and gas exploration technology. Coworkers are generally nice and cooperative-not cut throat mentality
Saudi Aramco is a state owned company, so many decisions are not totally commercially driven. There is lots of bureaucracy due to the – more... size of the company and the fact that it is government owned.
The hardest part of working for Saudi Aramco is the lack of challenge. There is also a lack of visibility due to the hierarchy in place. – less
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My contribution as a professional Advisor
Professional Advisor (Former Employee), Dhahran, Saudi ArabiaJuly 14, 2014
Successfully participated in the following:

Advance budget & forecasting
Accounting & Auditings
Inventory management
Treasury Management
Financial operaional planning
Events organization
Business Development management
Sales & Marketing.
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Great place to start a career or end one
IR Assistant (Current Employee), Houston, TXJuly 8, 2014
Not the place to go to development your skills. Company doesn't offer much professional development and has limited training and development opportunities.
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complete facilities
Caregiver/Housekeeper (Former Employee), As sharkiya al udaliyah Saudi AramcoJuly 6, 2014
Pros: so many free dinner and activities specially during ramadan
Cons: free medical and free medicine.
we have bowling,swimming pool .theater,big and nice gym,coffee shop and a good restaurant.its all here inside the compound.so sometimes i stay here during my off
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Good company to work for
Procurement Planner Assistant (Current Employee), Houston, TXJuly 4, 2014
Pros: benefits, flexible schedule, job security, vanpool, cafetaria, gym, onsite health clinic, etc..
Cons: less opportunities to grow
I joined Aramco in 2012 and it has been exciting journey with the Company.

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About ARAMCO

State-owned Saudi Arabian Oil Co. (Saudi Aramco) is the king of oil. It is the world's #1 oil producer, supplying more than 10% – Read more