Mohammed Javed Sajid poses with his wife, Yasmeen, and their children. Sajid recently retired after 37 years with Saudi Aramco. He and his wife plan to travel and will reside in Tyler, Texas, in the U.S.
Haradh — Mohammad Javed Sajid, a planning and programs analyst with the Hardh Gas Plant has retired after 37 years of service with Saudi Aramco.
Sajid started his career in 1977 as a secretary in Pakistan before traveling to Saudi Arabia in 1981 to work with Saudi Aramco as an administration clerk in the Office Services Department in Mubarraz.
From 1988 to 1993, Sajid worked with the Power Distribution Department in Ras Tanura, where he served in several roles, including administrative assistant and a senior statistical assistant. In 1993, he worked at the Power Distribution Department in Dhahran, where he held the role of a planning and programs analyst. For the last 11 years of his career with Saudi Aramco, Sajid worked at the Haradh Gas Plant. In 2013, Sajid obtained an online master’s in business administration from Green Lake University, Florida, U.S.
The most rewarding achievements of his career with Saudi Aramco were receiving a 35-year outstanding safety award and working as a department PMP representative. He is proud of having participated in due diligence of Marafiq in 2000. Sajid was a member of the admin area cost optimization team and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
During his time in the country, Sajid enjoyed spending time doing social work, networking, listening to music, and traveling. He plans to continue traveling. After retirement, Sajid and his wife, Yasmeen, plan on taking a Europe tour in March and later, a transatlantic Royal Caribbean cruise to Miami. Further travel plans include a RV tour around the U.S. — covering Disneyworld in Orlando, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, the Great Smoky Mountains and Cherokee in Tennessee, Niagara Falls in New York, Pennsylvania, and other places en route.
The Sajids have five children: three daughters who are married and reside in Islamabad, Pakistan; Miami, Florida, U.S.; and Dammam. Their two sons are pursuing engineering degrees from Texas A&M University and Texas Tech University, in the U.S. The Sajids will reside in Tyler, Texas, U.S., and can be reached at [email protected] or +1-832-291-3788.