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Emirates airline is hiring administration, finance and accounting staff

Candidates should be holding high school education and one-year experience

  • Waheed Abbas
Published Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Emirates airline is recruiting administration, finance and accounting professionals to meet staff needs for its fast expanding operations.
Dubai-based carrier will hire full-time permanent employees who are computer literate, familiar with MS Office and have high school education. The positions are vacant in Dubai.
Emirates employs more than 50,000 people and flies to over 125 destinations across 6 continents on a modern fleet of 180 wide-bodied aircraft.
The candidates should possess at least one-year experience in office administration, finance, accounting, cashiering or a similar field. University degree is preferred for accounting positions, it said.
"As part of our expansion plans we are currently looking for motivated individuals for a wide range of operational and support function roles across various departments. Based in cosmopolitan Dubai, you will be earning a competitive salary and exploring the world with our global travel benefits.
"Our ideal candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and organisational skills as well as a keen eye for detail," the airline said.
Interested candidates could apply for the jobs by using AA/RS/23703 as reference number of the vacancies in the administration and finance and accounting sections. The carrier promises competitive salary to the selected candidates. See job post here.
The carrier had recently advertised for the positions of cabin crews for its aircraft - including Airbus A380 planes.


"Entrepreneurship Development Programme" for the unemployed graduates

Hyderabad, March 07:
Osmania University is organizing "Entrepreneurship Development Programme" for the unemployed graduates who passed in Degree, P.G in Diploma / Engineering / Technology /Medicine /Pharmacy / Management etc. The 6 weeks programme will commence in the month of March.
The programme will give the knowledge of entrepreneurship traits such as Project Identification, Project Report preparation, Sources of finance, Licenses and clearances, IPR, Marketing management etc.
Interested persons may log on to or contact, Director, Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Osmania University, Hyderabad 500 007. Ph: 27072427, 9951890190


B.Ed entrance test 2013: online registration from March 8

Hyderabad, March 06:
Ed.CET, the entrance exam for admission into B.Ed is scheduled on June 3. Andhra University is the convenor. Degree pass or students who are appearing for degree final year exam are eligible. This year forms have to be submitted online. Online submission of forms will begin from March 8. Exam is held in 5 subjects Social Studies, Biological Science, Physical Science, Maths and English. For coaching and notes reach Mahboob Husain Jigar Hall, Siasat premises, Abids.
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Applications invited for International Fellowship 2013-14

Hyderabad, March 06:
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) invites applications from Indian biomedical scientists for the international fellowships for the year 2013-14. 12 fellowships for young scientists and 6 for senior scientists have been announced. The duration of fellowship will be 3-6 months for young scientists and 10-15 days for senior scientists. Required eligibility is M.D/PhD degree with at least three years teaching/research experience for young scientists and at least fifteen years for senior scientists, regular position in a recognized biomedical/research/health institution in India, and maximum age is 45 years for young scientist and 55 years for senior scientists.
Eligible candidates will get US$ 3000 per month, contingency grant of Rs. 20,000/- and return economy class air ticket (excursion airfare) for young scientists, where as US$ 200 per day (including US$ 75 as per diem and US$ 125 is for accommodation expenses), contingency grant of Rs. 20,000/- and return economy class air ticket (excursion airfare) for senior scientists.
For further details log on to Last date of receipt of applications is 15th April, 2013.


Expo 2020 to create 280,000 jobs from 2013-2021

Winning the Expo 2020 bid will have far-reaching impact on Dubai's economy, accelerating growth, creating jobs and boosting opportunities for the emirate's main sectors with the legacy it will leave behind.
The Expo is expected to contribute an increase of €28.8 billion to Dubai's GDP and €17.7 billion (Dh86.2 billion) in added value to its economy, according to the Expo 2020 organisers.
The international gathering will create approximately 280,000 jobs in Dubai from 2013 to 2021, with about 10 per cent of those jobs being available from 2013 to 2017, they said.

The Expo will offer the country's SME sector the exposure to showcase their products, network on a global scale and do business with international companies, Abdul Baset Al Janahi, chief executive of Dubai SME, told Gulf News.
"The economic impact of the Expo is tremendous…it will be a real qualitative jump and direct benefit for SMEs," he said. "The countries that participate in the Expo will need to import their products, they will need logistic support on the ground and they will need staff. So this will be a big opportunity for SMEs to offer their services in logistics like transport, printing and utilities."
Winning the Expo bid will give SMEs, which make up 95 per cent of the UAE's businesses, more global reach and solid reputation.
"The Expo will be an opportunity for SMEs to exhibit their products and create business relations. Dubai and the UAE are already renowned but if we win the Expo, this gives a big push for SMEs in interacting with businesses abroad. It will be the first time a country in the Middle East hosts the Expo and this will give businesses a feel of confidence in dealing with SMEs," Al Janahi said.
UAE-based businesses see the potential of contributing to the various infrastructure projects on the Expo site in Jebel Ali and serving ancillary industries around it.
"It will be a major boost for all the sectors in Dubai, which will significantly be reflected on the industrial sector," said Abdullah Bel Houl, managing director of Dubai Industrial City.
The industrial sector provides the machinery and mechanical equipment, transport equipment and parts, base metal, chemicals, food and beverages and mineral products that will contribute to the needs and preparations for Expo 2020, he said.
Dubai Industrial City, which is located next to the new Al Maktoum Airport, will target exhibitors and investors with its products, including warehousing and logistics solutions, Bel Houl added.
The boost in traffic of tourists, companies and visitors expected to congregate in Dubai during the six-month Expo if it wins the bid, will translate into growth opportunities for UAE businesses across various sectors.
Retailers are optimistic that the expected increase in tourists will help boost the current growth levels of the retail sector.
"Dubai is on par with London in terms of available Gross Leasable Area (GLA), which reflects its maturity. Any further growth in Dubai's retail sector will have to be in line with growing population and number of tourists," said Iyad Malas, chief executive of Majid Al Futtaim Holding.

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