Egis Launches Graduate Development Program in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Nationals will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and the necessary training to succeed in their careers.
Egis, the leading multidisciplinary Engineering Consultancy, is proud to announce the launch of its Graduate Development Program in Saudi Arabia. The program aims to support the company's commitment to developing young Saudi professionals in the fields of engineering, project management, administration, and more, while contributing to the achievement of Saudi Vision 2030 goals.
Furthermore, Egis has recently joined the Misk Traineeship Program, which aims to empower young Saudi talent to launch professional careers and successfully join a competitive workforce, through real-life work experience in collaboration with top-tier international and national entities.
The programs will offer young Saudi nationals the opportunity to gain practical experience and receive technical and non-technical training in various fields, including engineering, project management, and administration. Participants will also work on real projects alongside experienced professionals, providing them with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in their careers.
Egis has a strong commitment to supporting its clients in Saudi Arabia and helping them achieve their goals. These career development programs align with the company's values and its commitment to making a positive impact in the communities it serves.
As a major player in infrastructure engineering, consultancy, project management, and operations in the region, Egis plays a significant role in some of the Saudi Arabia’s most iconic projects working with distinguished clients that include The Royal Commission of Riyadh City (RCRC), NEOM, SEVEN, Qiddiya Investment Company, Diriyah Gate Development Authority, Red Sea Global, Soudah Development, The Royal Commission of AlUla (RCU), Saudi Downtown Company, Saudi Railway Company, Riyadh Airports, and others. Egis is proud to announce that it welcomed its first group of graduates earlier this year.