UAE jobs that pay up to Dh1.6 million in 2020
Published on January 20, 2020 at 13.59
A Dubai-based recruitment agency has revealed the UAE's top 10 in-demand roles for the first half of 2020. Below are the findings which are part of Robert Half UAE's 2020 Salary Guide.
MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS (Dh291,000 - Dh415,000)
Demand for accounting professionals is growing in the UAE as start-ups seek professionals with accountancy experience to establish and develop their financial processes. Equally, SMEs through to large multinational companies are looking to streamline costs and maximise their bottom line.
CFOs (Dh720,000 - Dh1.6 million)
At the head of finance operations, CFOs are regarded as the key to driving global best practice. With a talent deficit threatening hiring strategy across the finance and accounting sector, organisations are looking for CFOs to lead from the top and deliver business targets, with a focus on market regulation and increased return on investment.
RISK MANAGERS (Dh360,000 - Dh576,000)
The financial services sector is seeing a hiring increase due to rapid advancements in technology. One of the most in-demand professions is risk managers, as awareness of the dangers posed by new technologies and processes becomes a priority.
HEADS OF DIGITAL/DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION (Dh627,000 - Dh961,000)
The UAE technology market is one of the most competitive in the region, but technical knowledge is something that won’t be limited to the technology department. Leading from the top, heads of digital, or heads of digital transformation, will be required to oversee the modernisation and vital digitalisation needed for future business success.
AI DEVELOPERS (Dh192,000 - Dh459,000)
To remain at the forefront of development expertise, businesses are bringing specialist support in AI within their in-house technology team. Those with medium to senior-level development experience will stand out against the competition as they can bring best-practice insights to the role.
HR BUSINESS PARTNERS (Dh240,000 - Dh359,000)
Due to new UAE labour laws, HR professionals including HR business partners can expect a surge in demand for their skills, especially those who specialise in the benchmarking of compensation and benefits packages to attract and retain staff.
TALENT ACQUISITION SPECIALISTS (Dh143,000 - Dh216,000)
Demand for talent acquisition professionals has increased within large multinational organisations, as the need to source top talent becomes increasingly competitive.
LEGAL COUNSEL (Dh326,000 - Dh571,000)
With legal practices adapting to a rapidly changing business landscape, corporates are looking for legal counsel professionals with 5-8 years’ local experience, who offer the skills to support with developments in FinTech, financial regulation and dispute resolution.
LEGAL ASSISTANTS (Dh168,000 - Dh238,000)
Bilingual legal assistants can expect a wider range of job opportunities, as businesses look for support in drafting and reviewing contracts in different languages, to maintain alignment with international best practice.
SECURITY ANALYSTS (Dh204,000 - Dh420,000)
Security analysts will be in high demand, supplying businesses with the know-how on what they should be doing to defend and secure their data.