Bahrainis to take up future roles at Capital Club
Manama, November 22, 2010
Jobs4Bahrainis.com, the first private sector initiative dedicated exclusively to improving the employment prospects of Bahraini nationals, has signed a strategic partnership with the Capital Club, Bahrain’s premier private business club.
The Capital Club will use Jobs4Bahrainis.com to source Bahraini nationals to fill junior and mid-level posts, with a view to training them for future management roles.
The club’s general manager Bill Loveday said: “Capital Club is committed to recruiting high-calibre Bahrainis to meet our staffing requirements. Through Jobs4Bahrainis.com, the club has gained access to a pool of local talent which we can engage to meet our future needs, including the expansion of the Capital Club concept beyond Bahrain to Abu Dhabi and other key regional markets.”
Jobs4Bahrainis.com business development manager Ali Daylami said: “The Capital Club is a prestigious employer in the kingdom with exciting plans for the future. It also offers excellent long-term prospects for ambitious Bahrainis looking to carve out successful careers in the hospitality Industry. The Capital Club’s support to our initiative will hopefully stimulate greater interest among Bahraini candidates in viewing the hospitality industry as a viable and rewarding career option.”
As Bahrain’s first premier private business club located at the top levels of Bahrain Financial Harbour, the club offers its members a place to entertain and establish professional and social networks in exclusive surroundings with elegant lounges, bespoke dining options, private meeting rooms, and a variety of special events and business forums. Club membership is by invitation only and is offered to individuals and corporations who meet membership criteria. The club is also associated with 250 clubs worldwide.
Jobs4Bahrainis is a joint venture between Gulf Connexions, the kingdom’s leading recruitment company, and Al Hilal Group, a leading regional publishing organisation. –TradeArabia News Service
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