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Eman Abdullah, Staff reporter
The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation announced that it would provide 112 jobs to citizens in the private sector in partnership with several parties through an opening recruitment day that is going to be held on Tuesday at the Customer Happiness Centre - Tawteen Dubai.
The ministry called on jobseekers to attend the open day to conduct immediate interviews for vacancies available in the service centres sector according to their qualifications, as most of the vacancies do not require experience. The open day is going to provide 100 vacancies for customer happiness consultants and the qualification required is secondary school.
Other jobs that are offered include: architect, civil engineer, secretary, health and safety engineer, customer happiness consultant, computer engineer, lawyers, railway station manager and accountant. Those jobs will require applicants with bachelor certificate holders. The ministry will also provide 11 job offers in Ajman in the education sector, at its premises in Ajman, in collaboration with the Australian International Private School, by appointing bachelor holders through immediate interviews.
The ministry pointed out that it organised more than 100 open days of direct recruitment in various sectors, in 2018. It achieved results exceeding expectations. The ministry was able to provide 20,225 job opportunities for citizens in 2018 with an increase of 6,862 jobs compared to 2017 in cooperation with its partners. It noted that 11,681 citizens benefited from the job opportunities provided during the past year, including 74 per cent of those registered with the ministry.
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