Oil, gas show to host energy job fair
Dubai, July 27, 2011
Arab Oil & Gas (AOGS) 2011, the premier biennial showcase for the region's petrochemical industry, has announced that it will provide a dedicated recruitment segment through the Energy Job Fair 2011, which will gather the largest body of professionals and engineers in the Middle East.
Designed to address prevailing HR and training challenges in the Middle East’s energy industry, Energy Job Fair 2011 will offer opportunities to network, offer training solutions and recruit new and qualified talent from the region.
AOGS 2011 will run from 18th to 20th September 2011, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, gathering over 300 exhibitors from more than 25 countries and thousands of trade visitors.
The Energy Job Fair 2011 will serve as one of the key segments of AOGS 2011 with organisers employing a specialist vetting service to ensure that exhibitors meet qualified candidates and achieve a high return on investment.
Anselm Godinho, managing director, International Conferences and Exhibitions (IC&E), the organisers of AOGS, said: 'The Middle East’s energy sector remains one of the most proactive employers in the region. It therefore makes perfect sense to establish a dedicated venue to address the HR and training requirements of energy producers and contractors. Energy Job Fair 2011 will feature the most comprehensive pool of qualified and skilled manpower in the region, while we have also deployed a specialist vetting service that will ensure that all recruitment needs of participating companies are adequately met. Energy Job Fair 2011 further expands the value proposition of AOGS 2011 as the premier trade event in the Middle East petrochemical industry.”
AOGS will also be attended by technology vendors and global suppliers in the oil and gas sector, who will be demonstrating their latest innovations and launching new products and technology, while seeking opportunities to sign contracts with regional distributors and agents. - TradeArabia News Service
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