Spencer Ogden opens Dubai office
Dubai, 13 days ago
Spencer Ogden, a leading energy HR consultancy, has opened a new office in Dubai, as part of its international expansion.
The office, already home to 20 specialist consultants, is headed by Jaimie Cork as the country manager.
The office space, designed by Bonita Spencer Percival, has been created to energise its employees, the space, incorporating both local and British design elements, encourages staff of all levels to interact and collaborate.
Spencer Ogden’s graduate academy is set to be launched today (February 26). It will provide a three-month intensive training course with a series of modules teaching new recruits the key components to excel in recruitment in the energy recruitment sector.
It plans to spend $80,000 per graduate, taking on seven graduates when the programme commences, with at least one more academy to commence over the summer.
“This is an exciting opportunity for Spencer Ogden. Not only does Dubai provide the staging post for our expansion into the Middle East and Africa, but the region is showing such significant growth in the energy sector, which is already enabling us to work with some of the biggest and brightest companies in the region,” said Cork.
Located in Dubai Media City, Spencer Ogden takes its place among leading local, regional and international businesses.
David Spencer Percival, CEO, added: “The energy industry across the UAE and GCC is expanding rapidly, requiring a fresh injection of expertise across all facets of the sector. In response to this demand whether in engineering, procurement or construction, we are deploying our sector experts to play a key role in the next phase of growth in the region’s energy markets.
“With the upcoming launch of our graduate academy, we will further reinforce our market leading position as first intake complete their training to become the finest in the industry.” - TradeArabia News Service
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