Monday, March 28, 2016

Over 700 vacancies up for grabs at Job fest by KMCC Dubai

Job seekers in Dubai can now register for walk-in interviews on Friday for 723 job openings in 28 categories, ranging from salespersons, accountants, teachers, drivers, doctors and nurses by several Indian companies in the UAE.

The first Job Fest 2016 is being organized by the Dubai-based KMCC (Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre,Dubai KMCC is a registered organization in Dubai under Social Regulatory & Licensing (Community Development Authority), Government of Dubai and Islamic Affairs & Charitable Activities Department, Government of Dubai, having its registered office in a Deira – Dubai.Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre is a glorious organization representing the heart-throb of the Keralites who have crossed the seas in search of a livelihood ).

Announcing the details, Anwar Naha, president, Dubai KMCC, said about 25 companies are offering more than 700 confirmed job openings at the festival, to be held at the Gulf Model School Al Qusais, on April 1, 2016, between 2.30pm and 9pm.

Pre-registration at the Al Baraha office of KMCC has begun, with entry restricted to the first 1,001 candidates.

Representatives of the 25 firms will conduct interviews during the six-hour job fest.

“It will be a job fair with a difference because we will not be just collecting CVs and sending the candidates back home empty handed. Several job openings are confirmed and eligible candidates can apply for multiple posts,” said a KMCC official.

The jobs on offer for walk-in interviews include salespersons (260 jobs), drivers (40), accountants (30), male and female nurses (35 and 40), office administrators (25), teachers (30) and labourers (75).

In addition, there will also be vacancies for storekeepers, nannies, waiters with language skills, assistant chefs, laboratory staff, clerks, guest and patient relations officers, civil engineers with B.Tech degree, electricians, masons, carpenters, logistic coordinators, electrical technicians, insurance coordinator, merchandiser and even doctors

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