Sunday, March 29, 2009

Dubai eGovernment to highlight its eJob platform at Careers Show 2009 along with 13 government entities

Dubai eGovernment to highlight its eJob platform at Careers Show 2009 along with 13 government entities

March 29, 2009
Dubai eGovernment is currently showcasing its eJob search and recruitment system and other automated public services during the 9th annual Careers Show which runs from March 29 to 31, 2009 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Thirteen government entities are participating in the fair under the Dubai eGovernment umbrella. These include Dubai eGovernment, Dubai Statistics Centre; Dubai Center for Ambulance Services; Dubai Department of Economic Development; Dubai Electricity & Water Authority, Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Young Leaders, Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation; Dubai Civil Aviation Authority; Dubai Public Prosecution; Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Est.; Dubai Municipality; Dubai Financial Audit Department; and Dubai Judicial Institute.

“We are pleased to be joining the 2009 edition of the fair as a full-fledged government department, which provides us with greater flexibility to promote our electronic services. We want to emphasize our online employment search and recruitment offerings, which complements the regional efforts to rationalize and further boost the UAE’s job markets. We look forward to launching the careers of deserving candidates, especially UAE national jobseekers,” said H.E. Ahmed Mohammad Bin Humaidan, Director General, Dubai eGovernment.

eJob, is an updated version of the online recruitment portal of Dubai eGovernment’s centralized job search portal. The system provides an electronic platform for job seekers and recruiting departments to interact. Both full-time and part-time jobs are offered by the online service.

“Dubai eGovernment is a central component in the Emirate’s goal of becoming a digital society. It is very fitting that one of our initial activities as a new government department, is to assist in employment, which reflects our important role in both social and economic development. We invite the citizens of UAE to explore and take advantage of the various services we offer,” concluded H.E. Thani Abdullah Al Zafeen, CEO, Dubai eGovernment.

Dubai eGovernment was formally declared a full government department by H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, in his capacity as Ruler of Dubai, under Law no 7 of 2009. Dubai eGovernment manages more than 2,000 services after starting with an initial set of 14, thus making Dubai one of the few governments in the world to provide fully integrated electronic services to its citizens, residents and businesses.

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