Almarai Job Vacancies.. 2023
Almarai Company is a Saudi multinational dairy company which is listed on the Tadawul stock exchange. It specializes in food and beverage manufacturing and distribution. The company's main offices are located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
PEOPLE are our most important asset. Attracting the right people, training
them and providing the resources they need to satisfy the requirements of a
world-class food company, continues to be a major priority of Almarai.
The significant growth achieved in the past few years and the future growth
plans contemplated have triggered many human resource challenges. Currently,
we employ around 37,000 employees predominantly in KSA. This number is
expected to continue to increase. The challenge for the future is to continue
to provide an excellent working environment and ensure continued employee
recruitment and retention. Experience is also valued in Almarai by giving long
service awards to employees with 10 years, 20 years, 30 and more year’s
Almarai believes that investing in employees is pivotal to maintaining its competitive advantage. We believe in creating a learning organization, where individuals are provided opportunities to enhance their abilities and to perform their roles effectively. A comprehensive induction program, combined with training and development initiatives ensure that we can meet our business goals. Great importance is also placed on improving employee awareness of health and safety issues and appropriate training is provided.
Almarai started its operations in 1977 by Irish brothers Alastair McGuckian
and Paddy McGuckian and Prince Sultan bin Mohammed bin Saud Al Kabeer. During
the early years of the company's history, there was little infrastructure for
the production and sale of milk in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Prince Sultan
recognized that the area and the wider Middle East could benefit from higher
quality milk production and logistics. Almarai then set up a number of
facilities in regions across Saudi Arabia, which initially helped local
farmers produce and distribute milk.
During the early 1990s, Almarai entered a period of restructuring and reinvestment that took it from a decentralized to a centralized structure. Five decentralized processing plants were replaced with a central processing plant. Ten small dairy farms that were scattered across Saudi Arabia were replaced with four large dairy farms in Al Kharj in the central region.