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Dubai World Central to Expand Workforce

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Since the last HR initiative launched by Dubai World Central (DWC), the 140 square kilometre urban land development centred around the world’s largest airport under construction in Dubai, last year was heavily focussed on emiratisation, DWC is expanding its human resource footprint as several components of the DWC-Al Maktoum International Airport go-live during 2008-09.

“While last year’s HR drive provided young emiratis an opportunity to use their skill sets and resources in one of the government’s most strategic initiatives so far, this year’s approach is to ensure all DWC’s operational requirements are met,” said Hassan Hokal, Human Resources Group Director, Dubai World Central.

“People form the cornerstone of any massive project and we recognise that expatriates have contributed to the building of the nation. Dubai World Central hopes to attract the best talent in the aviation, logistics and real estate industry from around the world.”

Over 50 technical vacancies related to DWC-Al Maktoum International Airport and Dubai Logistics City are expected to be announced this week.

“All our vacancies will have to be applied online at thereby enabling easy access and management of applications by applicants,” explained Rashed Buqua’ra, CEO, Infrastructure & Facilities Management, DWC.

Under DWC’s HR strategy, a major part of the work force will include experienced personnel seeking employment in the diversified and challenging government or private sectors with internationally recognized Human Resources programmes.

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