You'll get an opportunity to travel and to work overseas with Saudi Aramco, as the company is a big global brand. Pay and conditions are pretty good and they've got the work-life balance just about right. Striking offices in central London are a great place to work. There are lots of opportunities to progress within the company.
The senior management team seems remote and often fails to take an interest in its employees' achievements. There's a definite 'old-boy' network that can leave some members of staff excluded.
It's owned by the Saudi state.
The pay is one of the best you can command at this level in any industry, the company is clearly cash rich, and youll never have to worry about your pay. Its also a decent place to work in that you can have a good work life balance, and depending on your team, you have some itneresting people working for the organisation.
The company is a let down in terms of how its run, with the management absolutely clueless and on a mission to ruin the company. There is no clear career path, and almost everything goes through red tape. The company works like a government.