du’s stand at Tawdheef 2012 (5C20, Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre) proved to be popular during the exhibition’s first day, with many job-seeking Emiratis expressing their interest in the positions available with the company.
Visitors were invited to submit their CVs into the telecom’s online database, which is dedicated to UAE Nationals. Once included in the database, Emiratis will be informed of relevant opportunities that suit their profile, as and when they become available at the company.
Fahad Al Hassawi, Chief Human Resources and Shared Services Officer, du, said: “We are delighted to see so many young and talented Emiratis interested to work with us. Human capital constitutes our biggest asset and we look forward to identify and welcome career-minded and driven individuals into our family.”
du offers students several employment possibilities, as it engages private and government colleges and universities to give Emiratis a strong start to their careers. The annual Summer Training Programme gives students the chance to work for two months in select departments. Additionally, the Work Skills Programme, Work Experience and Internship Programme, and the Guest Speaker Sessions give students the chance to benefit from du’s varied expertise under the lead of the UAE National Development team, which works with colleges and universities to offer students the chance to develop their technical and personal skills. du also invites students looking for work experience and internship opportunities.
Jobseekers are invited to join du at Tawdheef 2012 until 2 February.