Dubai Government Ready to Host Career Fair
The 16th UAE Career Fair will be hosted on �Monday at the Dubai World Trade Centre, bringing together 31 Dubai government entities, offering around 800 job opportunities.
Dubai:-Under the supervision of Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR Department), the career exhibition will take place on May 16-18, under the theme ‘Shaping the Future.’
The exhibition will offer job opportunities in different specialisms and across various administrative, engineering and technical professional levels. The job opportunities will mainly target newly-graduated UAE citizens and will be divided among all government departments, taking into account the variety of academic backgrounds and expertise.
Amal Ben Adi, General Director of DGHR Department said in a report to Gutf News that the GHR Department is keen on enabling and qualifying UAE citizens to contribute to the welfare of the country in line with the vision of our wise leadership, through offering them the opportunity to select from many different available jobs within public and private sectors.
The exhibition will also include a number of masterclasses, workshops, and interactive events aimed at introducing services offered by the participating departments. Departments will also hold job interviews and instant assessment for candidates’ qualification during the event.
The DGHR Department is also keen on presenting the unified vision of government agencies regarding enhancing Emiratisation by combining all of them under one umbrella as explained Adi in the report to GN.
People with special needs will also be included in the event, where there will be a specially-designed section that focuses on their needs.
Hunting for talent:
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) which is taking part in the exhibition, said they are seeking to boost the Emiratization drive by recruiting young Emirati graduates.
Candidates would be subjected to instant interviews by directors during the event in order to expedite the recruitment process, reported as said by Kawthar Kazim, Executive Director, Human Resources and Development, RTA’s Corporate Administrative Support Services Sector.
She added that RTA has developed ‘Edaad’ programme to groom and train graduates before recruiting them, in order to provide qualified Emirati teams capable of contributing to the sustainable development.
The two-year training programme would offer other benefits such as specialised practical training, as well as rewards and incentives, exclusively offered to outstanding students,she added.
Dubai Customs is also hunting for highly skilled and qualified Emiratis to join its cosmopolitan staff. As many as 128 vacancies will be available for nationals during the exhibition.