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SNAM IN 2018

 

93% PEOPLE WITH PERMANENT CONTRACT
3,016 TOTAL EMPLOYEES
107,771 HOURS OF TRAINING
75% OF EMPLOYEES TAKE COURSES
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Why work for Snam? We have always focused on excellence by developing technical, professional and managerial skills. We are looking for dynamic people who want to get involved.

 

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HIGHLIGHTS

PEOPLE
The importance of diversity

The importance of diversity

For Snam, diversity is about ensuring equal opportunities.

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PEOPLE
Smart working

Smart working

Snam’s smart working project "Next Working Day" starts.

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PEOPLE
Young Energy: Snam partners with the Ministry of Education REMUNERATION POLICY

Young Energy: Snam partners with the Ministry of Education

Agreement signed in Rome on the project involving 600 students in Italy.

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FAQ

Read the most Frequently Asked Questions to ease your application

  • Where can I send my CV?

    You can send your Curriculum Vitae on the Send us your CV page. Once we get your CV, it will be loaded into our database.

  • What happens when I send in my CV?

    Your CV will be loaded into our database. Should your details fit our professional requisites and a suitable position become vacant, we will contact you for more information. Your CV will remain in our database and will be considered for future opportunities.

  • I am a university student and I would like to apply for an internship with Snam. What should I do?

    An internship with Snam is a career-making experience that gives students interested in our business their first job opportunity. Of variable duration, up to a maximum of 6 months, our internships include technical training alongside a company tutor who mentors students in their educational-professional activity throughout their entire time with our company. For more info see the dedicated page.

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Talent acquisition & employer branding team
carriere@snam.it

Piazza Santa Barbara, 7
20097 San Donato Milanese (MI) Italy

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