ENOC Touts Careers UAE as a Driving Factor for Emiratisation Goals
Prominent government organisation, Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), has hailed Careers UAE as a key day in their schedule and a crucial platform to fulfill competent Emiratis to meet their Nationalisation goals.
Taking part for the tenth successive year, ENOC connects 70 from their total 152 UAE Nationals worked with throughout 2017 as a straight result of their involvement in Careers UAE.
This year, ENOC has forecasted 150 jobs to be offered onsite, which includes 100 placements available for workforce demands, 20 from their graduate growth programme and 30 from their technological training programme.
His Excellency Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Group CEO, ENOC, stated: "Growing a strong calibre of qualified, trained and passionate employees is essential to the growth of a knowledge-based economic situation which remains a key column of the UAE Vision 2021 National Schedule."
" Having grown the proportion of citizens in their workforce by 11 percent, ENOC Group's top-level Emiratisation approach aims to have half of the workforce composed of Emiratis by 2021.
" At ENOC, we are devoted to supporting this vision by creating a generation of skill on par with global standards through our National Development Program which is dedicated to the career growth of UAE Nationals through a number of efforts and critical partnerships in our efforts to create a proficient workforce for the organisation's expanding demands."
Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, the event will enlighten visitors on exactly how their skills and certifications are best fit for different occupations in the general public and economic sectors via three days of seminars, interviews and an understanding right into new employment possibility.
Careers UAE returns with support from Strategic Government Partner: Dubai Government Human Being Resources Department; Bank Enroller: Commercial Bank of Dubai; Companions: the Ministry of Human Resources & Emiratisation, Zayed University and the Higher Universities of Technology; and Academic Partner: United Arab Emirates University.