Ashrami Energy Begins Recruitment Exercise for Graduates

Ashrami Energy Recruitment Exercise

By Adedapo Adesanya

One of Africa’s leading independent exploration and production company, Asharami Energy Limited, is giving professionals an opportunity to build a career at the firm as it commences its recruitment exercise.

The current program, among other requirements, features opportunities for individuals with Second Class Upper in their first degrees in Engineering and Geo-sciences.

According to Ms Olajumoke Ajayi, Managing Director, Asharami Energy, the Sahara Graduate Upstream Trainee Program has been designed to give brilliant professionals a solid foundation for a promising career in the upstream sector.

She said the programme will give successful candidates exposure to challenging real-life upstream business scenarios in today’s rapidly evolving business environment, mentorship opportunities to shadow seasoned leaders and experts as well as world class training in practical upstream activities that are tailored to their career aspirations.

She added that the programme includes formal classroom and practical training for one year, career progression opportunities with clear paths and growth plans, cross-function exposure to several aspects of the sector and in-depth training on the soft skills needed to thrive in a structured business environment.

“Asharami Energy is excited about the program and looking forward to welcoming exceptional talent that will add impetus to our drive towards achieving oil production of 100,000 barrels per day over the next five years,” she added.

Some of the beneficiaries of the program expressed delight at their experiences, one of which is Ms Adaora Obi-Okoye, she said: “My experience in Asharami energy has been exceptional, to say the least. It has surely surpassed all my expectations. Asharami Energy has invested in me as an individual. I can honestly say that it goes beyond honing my skills, I see the organization’s genuine interest in my development as an individual overall.”

Another beneficiary, Mr Olamide Seyi-Olutayo noted, “Working with Asharami Energy has been a tremendous experience as I have learnt to push myself beyond my comfort zone to achieve set goals especially in a fast-paced environment.

“With great support from a team of highly skilled industry experts and opportunities to learn both on the job and in-class training, I have gained mastery of my role,”

Mr Ifesanmi Tolu-Alao added, “Being part of Asharami Energy has been a wonderful journey,every day presents a new opportunity for growth and advancement.”

Asharami Energy, a Sahara Group Upstream Company is one of Africa’s leading independent Exploration and Production players with a diverse portfolio of nine oil and gas assets in prolific basins across Africa.

Adedapo Adesanya is a journalist, polymath, and connoisseur of everything art. When he is not writing, he has his nose buried in one of the many books or articles he has bookmarked or simply listening to good music with a bottle of beer or wine. He supports the greatest club in the world, Manchester United F.C.

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