UAE govt job openings, earn upto Dh17,000 per month

Dubai - 175 vacancies in the Field Control and Inspection department of Sharjah Municipality.



By Web Report

Published: Tue 16 Mar 2021, 4:19 PM

The move to hire 1,000 citizens in 2021 in Sharjah, under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, just received a boost with the announcement of 175 jobs in the Field Control and Inspection department of the Sharjah Municipality.

The vacancies will target holders of university degrees as well as those with a general secondary education qualifications.

Sheikh Sultan has allocated a budget of Dh300 million to create the jobs in the emirate.

Dr. Tariq Sultan bin Khadim, member of the Sharjah Executive Council and Chairman of the Human Resources Department, said that the vacancies were approved after identifying the manpower requirements in Sharjah Municipality’s Field Control and Inspection department.

Dubai Police vacancies

Meanwhile, Dubai Police has announced openings for the posts of guard and junior patrol officer assistant, offering Dh17,000 salary per month.

The last date for the submission of resumes is April 16, 2021. The jobs are open for the UAE citizens.

The junior patrol officer assistant is required to hold a general secondary school certificate, attested by the Ministry of Education. He should be aged between 18 and 30 years with a height not be less than 165 cm. He must be holding a driver’s licence, too.

EMSAT Certificate of English with a score of 925 or its equivalent, and TOEFL Certificate with a GPA of 400 or an ILETS Certificate of 4.0 are also required.

For the post of guard, the candidate should have a general secondary school certificate approved by official authorities, aged between 18 to 30 years and a height of not less than 165 cm.

EMSAT Certificate of English with a score of 925 or its equivalent, and TOEFL Certificate with a GPA of 400 or an ILETS Certificate of 4.0 are also required.

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