Emirates Steel National Service attracts graduates to join the industry

Abu Dhabi: “Gulf”

As part of its efforts to attract national service graduates to join the industry, the Emirates Steel Arkan Group, the largest listed national company in the iron and steel production, construction materials and construction sector, is participating in the 4th “National Service Recruitment Exhibition” in Abu Dhabi on March 28-30. Will be

Through its participation, the group seeks to open a direct channel of communication with National and Reserve Service graduates in the UAE Armed Forces, supporting their future professional planning and securing opportunities for them to join important industry sectors, which contribute to the campaign. Economic diversity and sustainable development in the country.

During the exhibition, the group will announce a range of jobs in a variety of disciplines, including engineering, technical disciplines, facilities, services, health, safety and environment, quality assurance, procurement, internal audit, legal issues, etc., and several new training and scholarship programs announced for the first time. Will be done.

It will also highlight its fruitful collaboration with the selection of prestigious educational institutions such as Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi University and the Abu Dhabi Institute for Technical and Vocational Education and Training. These include the group’s current scholarships, research and development programs, and plans to promote emirate and attract young Emirati graduates to the industry.

Arkan Group CEO Engineer Saeed Al-Rumaithi said: “The group is interested in attracting national service graduates and young people to fill key positions in engineering and technology. We look forward to interacting with graduates during the event, to promote emirate in the industrial sector within the framework of our strategy and to support national strategy objectives for industry and advanced technology, where the group emirate rate is currently 20%. With the desire to increase this percentage, we believe that attracting Emirati graduates provides a great opportunity to take the national industry to a new level of growth and advancement. “

The group has launched a supportive program to prepare Emirati graduates for technical jobs, including the “Career Ambition Program”, which attracts young graduates from the UAE who have high school, technical diploma and university certificates in various engineering and technology disciplines. And to prepare their country to work in the iron and steel sector.

Orientation programs offered by the group include preparing staff for the “Masar” supervisory position; And “Future Leader and Managerial Excellence,” which is designed to prepare employees in management positions to take on leadership roles. He formed the Youth Council to open a direct channel of communication between civic youth and senior management.

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