At Special Technical Services (STS), we believe in a participative approach to leadership. Every key decision taken is raised at the appropriate forum, debated and resolved. This approach emanates from our core ethos of 'respect' towards our employees and all stakeholders.
We train and empower our staff to re-examine their agenda and make changes when necessary to respond to the ever changing business environment.
Come join our company and be part of the STS family tradition of work fulfillment and success.
The work culture and the nature of challenging assignments that STS provides give scope for tremendous learning every step of the way. I always feel that there is transparency in every process and operation;
this has made me comfortable with my immediate supervisors. They have always treated me with utmost respect and have motivated me to raise the bar and do more where ever possible. The empowerment to do the Job as best as I can is what I value most.
Khadija Al Harthi
STS helps you develop your skills by offering sufficient training, so one never feels "behind the team". Helping clients achieve their business goals provides one with valuable experience to leverage in the future, not to mention personal satisfaction. STS cares about their employees, it shows in its high standards of health, safety and environment policies. One can notice the satisfaction of employees through the confidence with which they approach work.
Halim Nasir Dad Rahman Al Zadjali
Senior Logistic Coordinator
It has been a very fulfilling experience for me, working with STS. The work environment is friendly. What I cherish most is the freedom to express our views and the delegation of authority at the workplace. Everyday, I walk into an office where I have the respect of my colleagues and superiors and the loyalty and affection of my subordinates.
Sabir Imam Baksh Ismail Al BAlushi
The Sultanate of Oman. The second largest Gulf State, with an area of 309,500 sq.km. A legendary land with a vast coastline of 1700 kms and a rich sea-faring tradition. Known for the warm hospitality of its people.
Under the wise and able leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, Oman has been transformed into one of the region's fastest growing economies, in a very short span of time.
Oil is the largest sector of the economy but the country is fast getting industrialised with the share of non-oil sector in the economy increasing substantially.
Bahrain is a unique land with an ancient and storied culture that spans many centuries. Despite modernization and a cosmopolitan outlook, Bahrain is today essentially an Arabic culture. Relatively new pastimes like soccer share time with traditional arts like falconry, horse riding, hunting, and horse and camel racing.In the thriving capital of Manama, traditional arts share the scene with the modern.
Antiquities can be found at the Bahrain National Museum: ivory figurines, pearl jewelry, pottery, copper goods, and gold rings all share the stage. Elsewhere, there is a vibrant, though small, avant-garde art community keeping Bahrain on the cutting edge. Bahrain is home to nearly 700,000 people.
Abu Dhabi is the Capital of the UAE, and the largest of the seven Emirates, constituting over 85% of the nation's total land area.
Abu Dhabi possesses 10% of the world's oil 5% of its gas reserves, and produces 90% of oil in the U.A.E. The generated income has been purposely invested to create a first class infrastructure and flourishing modern metropolis.
At the same time great effort has been taken to protect Abu Dhabi's natural scenic beauty and to preserve the authentic spirit of Arabia.