Nestoil was incorporated in 1991 and we are Nigeria’s largest indigenous Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) Company in the Oil and Gas sector.
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If you had told me when I was applying for university admission years ago that I would start my career working for a leading energy company like Nestoil, I would have had some doubts. Although I have always been an outgoing person, I never thought that I would be using traits of my personality to get a job or even one I love so much. But it’s the 21st century, life is interesting, and we’re discovering new things every day.
That’s how I would describe my time so far at Nestoil. It gets even more exciting considering I work with the External Relations department as a Partner Relations Officer. In this role, I spend a good portion of my day to day life interacting with a lot of people within and outside the company. This has helped me immensely as I have improved my emotional intelligence and grown to be more effective in dealing with people over the past year.
Rising into any position in Nigeria’s largest indigenous oil and gas service company is not an easy task. There are a lot of things I have to keep up with daily. I am lucky enough to be in a company where everyone is incredibly supportive and interested in seeing you succeed.
Hands down, working for Nestoil has been one of the most exciting experiences of my life.
To people, especially young women, considering a career in public relations, business development or anywhere in the oil and gas industry, here are some advice: