Six years ago, MOL Group launched the Growww Graduate Program to strengthen its team with well-trained and talented colleagues with a good command of English, committed to their profession and our Company in order to attain its strategic objectives.
A 12-month work contract is concluded with selected applicants; at the end of this period, an officer/expert position and an open-ended work contract are offered to successful participants.
Between 2007 and 2012, more than 1100 new graduates joined and most of them still work for MOL Group (in Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Romania, Pakistan, Czech Republic, Poland and Iraq). Some of them have already been promoted to managerial position.
Parallel with member companies, MOL Group Headquarter is also seeking talented graduates within the framework of Growww2013 program.
You can apply for Growww HQ positions by using “Registration “ and „Application” buttons below.
The first step of the application process is the registration.
After registration you can apply for the positions through the Application link.
Feel free to apply more than one positions.
E-mail applications will not be accepted.Application deadline for Growww2013 positions: 25 April 2013
Application deadline for Growww2013 Group HQ positions: 15 May 2013For all Growww and Growww Group HQ positions please select 9-Graduate program under Hierarchy level.
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Why to apply?
We provide our graduates the following opportunities:
- gain hands-on experience with the professional support of a qualified mentor,
- learn from renowned and experienced colleagues,
- prove yourself by addressing challenging professional tasks,
- test yourself in an international environment,
- receive above-the-average benefits.
When to apply?
They have succeeded...
The entry-level job seeker positions will be published within the framework of the Growww Program are published under the Our job offers / Growww positions menu item in 2013.
First steps of the Growww Graduate Program participants at our company
|Blanka Kovács US Procurement
I’ve applied for the Growww program on the MOL website immediately when it started, not to lose the chance to get into it. The first challenge was a skill test, and then in the second round I had a personal interview. It was followed by my very first Assessment Centre, which I had worried about, but now I have only positive feelings about it as I learned a lot during this process. The next part was an interview again, and then I’ve received the desired notification: the MOL Group counts on me as a buyer in its fresh graduate program.
In the frame of the Growww program we can participate in business related lectures, site visits and meet colleagues from different business areas. Not only do the professionals present, but we are also teamed up and need to prepare presentations on different topics. Well, how does it feel like working here?
It’s hard to cut a long story short, because it is various every day, new tasks do always come up. First of all I learned the operation of the organisation and the rules, then I took part in tender processes with my colleagues’ help. By now I am capable of managing the process by myself. I’ve learned not to be afraid of the challenges: with some research, thoroughness and knowledge sharing, we can always find a solution for any problem.
Norbert Ruff Refining
In spring 2010 I found a job advertisement on MOL Group website where automation electrical engineer was looked for. During the application process I went on a professional interview followed by some psychological, logical and intelligence tests. The last round took place in front of the leaders of the Refining organisation where I needed to prove my suitability.
In the first 3 months we, the refining fresh graduates – in the frame of Growww program – have been introduced to several refining units and their related parts in- and outside of the Danube Refinery. Moreover, we could participate in professional lectures, site visits. At the end of this period we had to present what experience we gained as well as our professional comments. In the rotation program (used to be called as ‘Engineer Kindergarten’) I’ve improved a lot, which I can thank for my Growww team-members and for my colleagues, as well. If I need some professional support, I can turn to anybody as they are willing to help me.Now I can try myself out in real situations:
I was appointed to work in a 3-shift schedule at the Aromatics and Hydrogen Production Area for 5 months, where I can get to know not only the technological processes, but also the company itself and my colleagues as well.
Zoltán Dani Reservoir Engineer
I started my career at MOL Group in 2006, at FGSZ Földgázszállító Zrt. Later my interest turned to the Exploration & Production division. I’ve spent 6 months at the drillings as a blue-collar.
Inspired by it I started to acquire another degree. Finishing it I applied for Growww2010 not only as a geologist, but also as a petroleum engineer.I have found my place at MOL Group:
I have started my new life at the Reservoir and Technology Engineering Organization. Currently I am spending my first year on the field, either by active drillings or by well-completion, whilst I am studying my profession’s crafts. I work in a 7+7 days’ shift, which means I work 12 hours a day for a week and then I have 7 days off. It happens sometimes that on my rest days I voluntarily go to see work processes I have never seen before. I have already worked both at -27˚C and +40˚C with heavy sunshine. One could say these work conditions are demanding. But in my opinion those who have chosen drilling as a profession needs to stand it first to be able to imagine and appreciate those colleagues’ work, who he as a future leader or planner of their work processes will be responsible for.
The Growww program has been designed to enable the participants to become acquainted with each other’s job, which helps the integration. Every colleague was open for our enquiries, we were encouraged to question, as there are no wrong questions, but those remain silly who don’t query.