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Sunday, March 25, 2018

1006 Citizens Are Getting Ready to work in the Service Center Sector

After participated in 3 open recruitment days, organized recently by the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation (MOHRE), in Dubai and Sharjah, 1006 Emirati citizens are getting ready to work in the service centers sector. That came in order to achieve the targets of the challenge of speeding up qualitative Emiratisation in 4 targeted economic sectors, including service center sector.

After participated in 3 open recruitment days, organized recently by the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation (MOHRE), in Dubai and Sharjah, 1006 Emirati citizens are getting ready to work in the service centers sector. That came in order to achieve the targets of the challenge of speeding up qualitative Emiratisation in 4 targeted economic sectors, including service center sector.

Undersecretary for Human Resources Affairs at MOHRE, Saif Al-Suwaidi, said that the recruitment days have seen a high turnout of job seekers, numbered 1520 citizens holding academic and university degrees in different fields.

“Officials in the 58 service centers, participated in the recruitment days, have interviewed 1866 interviews for job seekers to recognize their capacities and assess its compatibility with the requirements of hundreds of jobs offered by the centers,” he added. “Some of them had more than an interview.”

Al-Suwaidi clarified that job interviews resulted in 404 Emirati citizens have immediately signed job contracts, while 602 job seekers have been nominated to occupy the available jobs at different service centers which participated in the recruitment days.  He added that coordination is to done for following-up employment of the 1006 citizens.

Service centers that have participated in the 3 recruitment days include a number of centers, run by the private sector with Emirati cadres under the supervision of MOHRE, including “Tasheel”, Tawseel and Tadbeer centers.  Tadbeer is set to begin providing all services related to domestic labor services soon.

The centers included “Tawafuq”, which will provide services of employment relationship and Tawjeeh, which will provide services of awareness and guidance for workers and employers. It also included “Taqeem” that aims at providing IT services and evaluative about facilities, in addition to Amer centers, which are supervised by General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in Dubai.

Undersecretary for Human Resources Affairs at MOHRE pointed out that 514 Emirati job seekers who have attended the three recruitment days failed to pass the interviews. He added that there is coordination with the concerned service center in order to find out the reason behind rejecting them in preparation for engaging them in training programs organized by MOHRE. That would enhance their future chance of employment.

He praised the cooperation between service centers which are a strategic partner to the Ministry in the challenge of speeding up qualitative Emiratisation.

Al-Suwaidi called Emirati job seekers to participate in the open recruitment days that will be organized by the ministry with its partners from the targeted economic sectors, which include aviation, transportation, property development, and building and construction.

The ministry is set to organize two open days in the four targeted economic sectors, on 26 and 27 of this March, in Sheikh Khalifa banqueting room, at Ras Al Khaimah, where many vacant jobs in these sectors.

On the other hand, some of the Emirati citizens who got the job opportunities in the service centers sector were happy about the job, asserting that they are keen to do their job requirements as needed.

Abdulrahman Al Hamadi, from the Higher College of Technology in Sharjah, said that he participated in the open recruitment day in Sharjah and signed the contract at one of Tawjeeh centers after passing the first interview by the officials in the center.

 

Ali Al Marzouqi, a holder of general secondary-school certificate, said that he signed a contract immediately at “Tawseel” center, while Thuraya Mosa, were pleased that she passed the interview and signed the contract.

Ahmed Alfalassi, who holds a law degree, praised the easiness of the procedures followed in the recruitment days in Dubai, where he participated and signed the contract at one of “Tawafuq” centers.

The job seekers who attend the open recruitment days go through 4 fundamental phases, including registering the job seekers upon their arrival to the location of the open day through a smart system which allows every job seeker to select 3 job opportunities of available job vacancies. Then, the second stage, which is vocational guidance aiming at awareness-raising for job seekers on the importance of the sectors and available vacancies. The third stage is to make sure that they are ready for the interview, which is an optional stage and the final stage is interviews.

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