During the month of December, Sharjah Manpower Department, in collaboration with 4 private sector companies, implemented a series of open day activities to conduct job interviews to appoint job seekers to fill 163 job vacancies in these companies. Dubai Islamic Bank, Al Rostamani Group and Grankraft Company by Majid Al Futtaim Group’s government project “Nafs”.
The department has continuously overseen the organization of events and held them at three headquarters in the emirate of Sharjah, namely the Muwailih Suburban Council, the Palace of Culture and the High Technical College for Women Students. Number of male and female job seekers registered electronically for job seekers in the sector holding various certificates. Scientific research, to provide an opportunity to get to know closely the vacancies offered by the participating private sector companies, the benefits and conditions for applying for their jobs.
Through a platform set up at the Muwaileh District Council Headquarters, Al Rostamani Group reviewed the conditions and details of 10 job vacancies offered for 4 specializations: Information Technology, Law, Mechanical Engineering and Public Relations.
Through an open day organized at the headquarters of the Palace of Culture, Majid Al Futtaim Group offered high school graduates and below job seekers the opportunity to work in the following positions in its various branches and departments by offering 80 vacancies: cashier, customer service, front offices and store manager, with an organization Part-time or full-time depending on nature and working conditions.
Gran Craft Recruitment representatives interacted with attendees at the recruitment open day event organized at Muwailih District Council Headquarters; All details related to offering 13 vacancies to work in company headquarters in Sharjah and Dubai, Civil Engineer, Production and Manufacturing Engineer, Planner and Designer, Safety and Security Officer, Social Welfare Officer during regular working hours. , and quality assurance engineer.
The open day organized at the headquarters of the Higher College of Technology for Women Students in Sharjah gave the participants an opportunity to discuss all the details related to the offer of 60 vacancies to work at Dubai Islamic Bank. : Front offices and customer service.
For its part, the Sharjah Human Resources Department continues its efforts to improve the qualification, training and employment opportunities for the national workforce in the private sector. A way of serving the common good and supporting the wheel of sustainable development of the country.
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