Young men and women across Saudi Arabia are being given the opportunity to accelerate their careers and fulfil their potential after Abdul Latif Jameel Motors reopened its management trainee program.
Over the last 20 years, 215 people have graduated from the scheme and held senior managerial positions in different departments across the organization. This year’s intake will be the first to include women.
The program is a unique chance for trainees to get the skills they need to play a full and meaningful role in Saudi Arabia’s growing economy as the country plots its course to the vibrant future outlined in Saudi Arabia Vision 2030.
As well as spending time at the Abdul Latif Jameel Academy, each student learns about the different departments of Abdul Latif Jameel Motors, including retail, vehicle logistics and guest services. They also share their experiences and meet with former trainees, before facing an extensive evaluation of their performance in planning, decision-making and interpersonal behavior.
Khalid Al Qarni, Executive Director of HR Operations and Recruitment at Abdul Latif Jameel Motors, said: “The program takes a tailored, unique approach to recruit distinguished Saudi Arabian men and women with bachelor’s and master’s degrees who have displayed leadership skills and ambition.
“Abdul Latif Jameel Motors provides those individuals with training that puts them on the path towards taking on senior roles in our businesses across Saudi Arabia.”