An event held by the Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission under the auspices of the Minister of Education, Dr. Azzam Al-Dakhil.
Both the Company and its Kingdom-based partners - International Systems Engineering (ISE), and Saudi Maintenance and Supply Chain Management Company (SMSCMC), made the most of the event by participating in a stand hosted by BAE Systems Saudi Development and Training in order to showcase career opportunities available for talented young Saudis.
Abdullah Al-Slaim, Director of Human Resources Services for BAE Systems Saudi Arabia, said: "BAE Systems is eager to contribute to and support employment events that highlight different career opportunities available to Saudis, regardless of their gender. This approach has helped us to become the largest international employer of Saudi talents in the Kingdom.
“BAE Systems and our partners in the Kingdom are committed to attracting, developing and retaining employees across a wide range of professions and fields. As a business we firmly believe in the importance of supporting job creation, Saudisation and the transfer of capability in line with the country’s National Agenda."
BAE Systems offers a wide range of training programmes designed to support the professional development of Saudi Nationals through the course of their careers. Today, within BAE Systems and its partner companies in the Kingdom, many Saudis hold senior positions and are directly involved in towards the transfer of knowledge and capability in Saudi Arabia.
BAE Systems remains committed to the development of young Saudi Nationals through an international graduate programme and links with universities around the world designed at supporting graduates and providing career opportunities.