Recruitment Process

People are our priority. We assess all candidate on a standardized recruitment criteria to ensure that all employees meet the caliber of expertise we strive to maintain.

The recruitment process can vary depending on the nature of the role and stakeholders involved. Below can be used as a guideline, based on a typical candidate journey.

Please note, owing to the large volume of applications we receive each week, we are unable to provide individual feedback to unsuccessful candidates.

Applications

All applications and CV submissions must be received through the careers portal application, or through LinkedIn. We are unable to guarantee CV and applications by email will be received, processed and tracked. If you cannot see an immediate opening that suits your skills, you can also register your profile with us to be notified of suitable vacancies as they are posted.

In some instances, an ADNOC recruiter or representative may contact you directly, based on your publically available profile. Read more about how to distinguish between a fake recruitment campaign or job scam, and an endorsed ADNOC representative here.

Initial Application Review

Once your application is received through the online portal, our sourcing team will review your profile and assess your capabilities in line with the job requirements.

Read the job description carefully, to ensure that you meet the minimum requirements for the role you are applying for, and tailor your application to best showcase your expertise in line with the role and skills described.

In normal circumstances, our sourcing team will require 2 – 3 weeks to review the applications, following the job listing closing date.

Phone Interview & Assessment

If your application is identified as a potential match, one of our sourcing team will contact you to discuss what the role involves and understand more about your background.

If your application is shortlisted, a member from our recruitment team will contact you to arrange a video or phone conference.

Each month we receive a large volume of applications however if your application wasn’t successful we advise to apply for another role matches your qualification and experience or we will keep your profile registered in our Talent pool to contact you for future opportunities.

Depending on the role, you applied for the recruiter will ask you to participate in psychometric assessment before or after the final interview based on the role and level.

Final Interview

The final stage will be usually face to face, but in some circumstances via videoconferencing. This will include a general discussion and a more in-depth competency.

At this stage the panel may include a member of subject matter expert, in addition to the talent acquisition representative and hiring manager.

Offer Stage & Onboarding

If you have been successfully selected – congratulations!

Your talent acquisition focal point will contact you to discuss the offer. If you accept, the ADNOC recruitment team will issue an offer letter for your signature, and will begin the onboarding process.

  • You will be asked to submit your identification and educational documents. You will be required to complete forms in order to process government clearance procedures.
  • Depending on your country of origin, there will be additional pre -employment screening checks, such as education certificate attestation and medical test for your visa application.
  • If the position requires relocation, our onboarding team can explain the accommodation process and secure temporary accommodation for you and your family in line with ADNOC policy.
  • The onboarding team will be on hand to provide information and answer any questions you may have.
  • Prior to arriving, you will be put in contact with your line manager and onboarding buddy to ensure your first day as part of the ADNOC family goes smoothly.  Welcome on board!