Al Ansari to offer job chance for UAE nationals
Dubai, March 5, 2012
Al Ansari Exchange has announced that it is further expanding its localisation drive as the company takes part in leading recruitment, education and training event exclusively for UAE nationals, Careers UAE 2012.
The company has also revealed that it has prepared a unique presentation at the exhibition, offering various opportunities for UAE citizens who are looking to build a professional career in the financial sector, said a statement from Al Ansari.
The event is being held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center from March 5 to 7 under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Al Ansari Exchange has been actively recruiting UAE nationals as it aims to expand its localization program by 10 per cent in 2012, the statement said.
Rashed Ali Al Ansari, general manager of Al Ansari Exchange, said: “The UAE’s Emiratisation strategy is an integral part of the country’s long-term socioeconomic growth plans. Al Ansari Exchange is confident that the programme will further energise the national economy and ultimately open exciting growth prospects for our business. We are therefore strongly committed to support the nation-wide localisation program and provide UAE nationals with an excellent opportunity to build a successful career in the financial sector.”
Careers UAE is being organised in line with UAE government’s comprehensive Emiratisation programme, the statement said.
Al Ansari Exchange has been supporting localisation initiatives by creating various career growth opportunities for UAE citizens within its organisation and encouraging locals to pursue a professional career in the financial sector, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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