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Emirates Group attends Careers UAE 2018

Posted 13 March 2018 · Add Comment

The Emirates Group has returned to Careers UAE 2018 with new and distinctive career opportunities for UAE Nationals.

The group has recently unveiled a campaign that recognises the “unsung heroes” within the workforce – the individuals who work tirelessly behind the scenes to contribute to Emirates’ success story in roles that may not be as obviously associated with the aviation business as flight crew or engineers.

The campaign, which commenced last week and ran on the Emirates Group’s National Recruitment Instagram account, Rehlaty, features the stories of Emirati employees representing distinctive roles.

“The world of aviation is far more expansive than what often meets the eye. As Careers UAE 2018 kicks off today, it’s important to showcase the broad range of roles available to Emiratis within the Emirates Group.  From catering specialists, facilities managers, cargo handlers, security specialists, doctors and trainers to airport, crew and uniform supervisors and security guards, I am proud to see UAE nationals employed in a myriad of roles within the organisation,” said His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group.


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