RTA Dubai is hiring Employees

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is offering excellent work opportunities to expand its team that manages the public transport across Dubai.

Calling candidates keen to join one of the leading organizations of the Dubai government, the RTA is looking for potential candidates for the posts of chief specialist, manager, chief engineer, accountants, senior accountants, besides other professionals.


 Here are the job details:

Senior Specialist

Dubai, UAE

    Job Role: Management
    Career Level: Mid Career/ Specialist
    Job Division: Quality & Excellence

• Assist in promoting Excellence awareness and the concepts of continual improvement across RTA. • Ensure the timely submission of business measurable objectives to the concerned supervisor.

Chief Specialist

Dubai, UAE

    Job Role: Safety
    Career Level: Mid Career/ Specialist
    Job Division: Crisis Management & Business Continuity

• Provide the core role of strategic direction for Crisis Management and Business Continuity Management for RTA, which corresponds to the overall RTA vision, strategy and business needs as directed from RTA senior management.

    Chief Engineer

Dubai, UAE

    Job Role: Engineering
    Career Level: Mid Career/ Specialist
    Job Division: No Objection Certificates & Coordination Services

• Ensure the functional role of the Rail ROW NOC & Service Coordination Engineer is efficient and works are executed as per the established procedures. •

Accountant

Dubai, UAE

    Job Role: Accounting/Banking/Finance
    Career Level: Entry Level
    Job Division: Treasury

• Oversee Bank Guarantee and maintain up-to-date related information. • Prepare and release the bank letters of guarantee. • Follow-up with returned cheques from banks

Canada's Bombardier hiring 1,000 to build more business jets

Canadian manufacturer Bombardier announced, the addition of 1,000 jobs in Montreal to build business jets, to meet rising demand for its new Global 7000 series.

The Global 7000 will be the largest purpose-built business jet in the industry, with the longest range and speed, when it enters into service in the second half of 2018 - two years behind schedule.

Chief executive Alain Bellemare said that the demand for business jets, after a weak decade, has turned around.

Bombardier's new craftspeople, artisans and engineers will work over the next 18 months on the aircraft's interior, which boasts a kitchen and four distinct living spaces.

The new positions come after the company slashed more than 15,000 jobs in its aerospace and rail divisions around the world since 2015.

In February, Ottawa loaned Bombardier Can$372.5 million (US$291 million) to complete development of the Global 7000 and its CSeries passenger aircraft.

Eight months later, Bombardier entered into a partnership with Airbus, giving the European manufacturer a majority stake in its marquee CSeries airliner program in exchange for Airbus's heft in marketing the new plane to potential clients.

The move was also seen as a means of skirting US anti-dumping and countervailing duties on the CSeries, by moving part of its production to Airbus's facility in Mobile, Alabama.

The CSeries is the first new design in the 100- to the 150-seat category in more than 25 years.

The US Commerce Department recently imposed duties on the jetliner after US rival Boeing filed a trade complaint accusing Bombardier of having unfairly benefitted from state subsidies that allowed it to sell the aircraft at below cost to Delta Air Lines.

The row has since exploded to involve the British government since the CSeries wings are assembled in Northern Ireland. The European Union has vowed retaliation against Boeing.

   

Air India Recruitment for Business Development Manager and Training Co-coordinators

Air India Recruitment 2017: National carrier, CTE Hyderabad on Thursday announced an invitation for applications by interested candidates for the post of Business Development Manager and Training Co-coordinators

The National carrier, CTE Hyderabad on 16th Nov 2017 announced an invitation for applications by interested candidates for the post of Business Development Manager and Training Co-coordinators. Candidates can visit the official website cte.airindia.in to get the form. The last date to apply for the vacancies is December 4, 2017. There are a total of five vacancies, out of which one is for BD Manager whereas the other four are for Training Co-coordinators.

 The eligibility criteria for BD Managers are full masters in business administration with a specialization in Sales and Marketing or three years part-time Masters degree in business administration with a specialization in Sales and Marketing. The third education qualification a candidate can have is any postgraduate degree. For the post of Training Co-coordinators, a candidate should have a graduate in any field with a good knowledge of English, experience in crew scheduling and handling the training and licensing issues of Pilots and the necessary documentation and proficiency in DGCA CARs. The age limit for the vacancies set by Air India is 50 years.

The application fee of the exam form is Rs 1,500 and should be remitted through Demand Draft (DD) in favour of Air India Limited, payable a Hyderabad. Notably, candidates those belong to Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) are exempted from the application fee. The address to send the application along with other required documents is “Air India Ltd, Personnel Department, Central Training Establishment Ferozguda, Secundrabad- 500011.

Saudi Sovereign Fund to create more than 20,000 Jobs

Saudi Arabia' Public Investment Fund (PIF), the country's main sovereign wealth fund, expects to create over 20,000 jobs by 2020 through its projects, the fund's managing director said.
 Yasir Al Rumayyan was speaking at a major investment conference titled Future Investment Initiative in the capital Riyadh.

As part of Saudi Arabia's economic reforms announced last year, the Saudi government plans to expand the PIF, founded in 1971, to finance development projects in the country.

Part of the plans also involves the sale of a stake in Aramco, the state oil juggernaut.
Its chief executive said that domestic and international exchanges such as New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong have been looked at for a partial listing of the state oil giant.

"All detailed information is currently being reviewed by our shareholder and in due course, a decision will be made about the listing venue," Amin Nasser said at an investment conference in Riyadh.

Aramco's IPO is on track to take place next year, Mr Al Rumayyan said "Everything is on track. 2018 is our target. There is nothing that I know about that can take us off track."

Asked if the possible involvement of investors such as the Chinese would delay the IPO, Mr Rumayyan, who sits on the board of Aramco, said it would not.

RTA Dubai is hiring Employees

The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is offering excellent work opportunities to expand its team that manages the public transp...