LUKOIL Lubricants Europe GmbH is a subsidiary of LUKOIL International GmbH, headquartered in Vienna, Austria, and has its core business in the production and distribution of high-quality lubricants and greases.
Since 2011, LUKOIL Lubricants is also having its presence in Europe and in 2014, following the acquisition of OMV's lubricants business in Austria, relocated the European headquarters from Finland to Vienna. LUKOIL Lubricants Europe GmbH has two own lubricant plants in Austria and Finland and supplies the European market through 8 LUKOIL branches and an extensive dealer network in Northern, Central and Western Europe with a wide portfolio of finished lubricants, various other oil products and chemicals.
In 2019, LUKOIL Lubricants Europe GmbH employed more than 150 people at its 8 branches, of which around 80 were located in Vienna, and posted double-digit sales growth.
Find out more about us as an employer on the following pages, what benefits we offer you and how we promote your career in our company.
Our Commitment to Diversity
Diversity is an enormous strength that we as LUKOIL Lubricants want to use actively now and in the future. Mutual respect, a sense of responsibility and fairness are the basis of our daily business and the foundation of our everyday working relationships. Diversity has become a decisive competitive factor in recent years, because only if we as a company enable more diversity of skills, experience, perspectives and ideas, and at the same time making optimal use of this diversity, we will remain sustainably successful on the market.
Our commitment to diversity includes various initiatives and measures that promote diversity and equal opportunities at LUKOIL Lubricants. Due to the international orientation of the company, e.g. English has been the corporate language since the beginning. There are also a number of family-friendly offers that contribute to more equal opportunities between women and men, such as flexible working time models, home office or various learning and development opportunities. Moreover, the active and sustainable encouragement of young talents such as pupils and students as part of internships is particularly important to us.
We are convinced that only the "best mix" of employees brings us sustainable added value in terms of economic growth and corporate culture, which in turn enables us to further shape the international market successfully.
LUKOIL Lubricants Europe GmbH offers a competitive remuneration within the framework of the budget and group-wide remuneration strategy and also grants a variety of additional benefits.
We are convinced that we owe our success to the dedication and unique achievements of our employees and therefore take it for granted that our employees are rewarded in line with performance and that personal commitment is recognized.
Our goal is to win the right employees for us and to build long lasting, trusting employment relationships.
Our basic salaries are market-oriented, fair and depend on the position, the professional experience already gained and the know-how of the employees. In addition, we offer other attractive remuneration elements depending on the position, such as:
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Depending on the location, there are also country-specific remuneration, sometimes also depending on the local legal regulations:
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Every employee at LUKOIL Lubricants has valuable skills and special talents that we as a company need to recognize and develop. In return, we are looking for people who are curious, show willingness to learn and are motivated to develop and get the best out of themselves. LUKOIL Lubricants GmbH has over 150 employees in 8 countries, about half of whom work in the field and in production, the other half in the office. Qualified employees are our success - therefore, the topic of further education as a future-oriented career promotion measure is particularly important to us.
Job areas at LUKOIL Lubricants
You want to know in which job areas you can join us?
LUKOIL Lubricants Europe GmbH is having the following departments at the 8 European branches: