The Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate’s dedicated Authority for culture, arts, and heritage, is expanding its workforce to make way for Emiratis to join the Authority in its mission towards highlighting the city’s creative industries in the run up to the Expo 2020.
Dubai Culture will host an ‘Open Day’ on June 21, 2014, at the InterContinental Hotel – Dubai Festival City, for Emiratis to scoop a number of opportunities in the Authority across a variety of departments.
Potential recruits can choose to work across a number of departments including: Dubai Public Library; museums and heritage sites; fine arts; performing arts; finance; strategy; marketing and communication; information technology; tour guides at the heritage sites; the Arabic language and calligraphy; projects and events; music; theatre; cinema; auditing and financial management; legal consulting; HR; and training and performance, among others.
Khalid Al Doobi, Director of Human Resources, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority, said: “His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai has envisioned that the Dubai Expo 2020 will undoubtedly be the best that the world has ever seen; and keeping that in mind, through the ‘Open Day,’ we are looking to strengthen our cultural workforce by attracting the brightest creative talent to play an integral role in spearheading our growth over the next few years.
Potential candidates looking to join Dubai Culture or other aspects of the city’s cultural sector can register at www.dubaiculture.gov.ae, by clicking on the Open Day link, and entering their data on the ‘Careers’ page.
The Dubai Culture & Arts Authority hosts regular initiatives for all employees within the organisation that promote knowledge and understanding of arts and culture; instill its internal brand values of creativity; and present vivid insights on the Authority’s strategy to establish Dubai as the cultural hub of the region.
The Dubai Culture is committed to enhancing awareness of culture and arts by fostering robust dialogue with the public to generate interest in the cultural sector, and contribute to promoting global dialogue on culture and arts.