SCIENCE AND EDUCATION


BHOS, SOCAR Foster Wheeler enhance cooperation

Baku, December 18, AZERTAC

Rector of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) Elmar Gasimov has met with General Manager of SOCAR Foster Wheeler Engineering LLC (SOCAR-FW) Elmaddin Dadashov and SOCAR-FW’s First Deputy General Manager Mario Castellano.

The BHOS Rector said that SOCAR-FW exemplifies a dream job place for many Higher School students. Highlighting the BHOS latest developments, he noted that cooperation with leading companies of the industry is a priority for the administration and expressed interest in further strengthening partnership with SOCAR-FW.

General Manager of SOCAR-FW Elmaddin Dadashov informed Elmar Gasimov about the company’s main activities. In his words, the management pays special attention to developing relations with national universities and implementing internship and on-the-job training programs for students. First Deputy General Manager Mario Castellano emphasized that SOCAR-FW is particularly interested in hiring young chemical engineers and process automation engineers.

The event participants discussed opportunities of employment at SOCAR-FW for the BHOS graduates. They agreed that the company representatives will conduct a presentation for the Higher School undergraduates. They also decided that after signing a memorandum, SOCAR-FW Human Resources department will invite the BHOS fifth-year students selected through a competition to participate in the company’s internship program. The most successful interns will be offered a job at SOCAR-FW after the graduation.

SOCAR-Foster Wheeler Engineering LLC is a jointly owned company focusing on Engineering, Procurement and Construction Supervision and Project Management Services associated with Refinery, Petrochemical and Environmental Projects.

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