Oil and Gas job site boosts ME team
Dubai, October 5, 2011
Oil and Gas Job Search, the global industry recruitment website, has added fluent Arabic speaker Troy Quteifan to its business development team in the Middle East.
The company move is in line with its plans to develop its Middle East client base further.
Quteifan, who has Palestinian origins, will have responsibilities in sourcing, developing and account managing clients from the region, utilising his cultural business insight and language skills in the course of his duties, said a company statement.
Anthony Rose who heads the business development team at Oil and Gas Job Search said, “We are building a strong presence in the Middle East region with a client base that includes companies of the calibre AMEC Kuwait and Mubadala Oil and Gas.'
'Recruiting Troy, a skilled business account manager with Arabic language skills, will help us meet our ambitions in the region,' he noted.
Rose said the company plans to open up a new office in the UAE in the next 12 months.-TradeArabia News Service
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