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Dubai Culture showcases rewarding opportunities for Emirati professionals at ‘Careers UAE 2015’

 4/29/2015

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The Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the Emirate's dedicated Authority for culture, arts, and heritage, is showcasing job opportunities for Emirati professionals in the culture and arts industry at the annual 'Careers UAE 2015' to be held from April 28 to 30, 2015, at Dubai World Trade Centre.

At Careers UAE, the Dubai Culture Human Resources department will present potential job opportunities available across its various departments for young Emirati nationals who can become active partners in driving the growth of Dubai's cultural and creative landscape.

Visitors can gain all necessary information on the list of available opportunities across different departments within the authority which includes: IT, Tour Guidance, Libraries and Culture, HR, Corporate Communications and PR, Secretary and Office Management, Operational and Administrative Management and Logistics Support, Corporate Strategy and Performance, Projects and Events and many more.

Khalid Al Doobi, Director of Human Resources, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority, said: "Careers UAE 2015 offers a strong platform for reaching out to Emirati professionals who are eager to play a constructive role in enriching Dubai's cultural and artistic scene. Our participation is in line with the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to strengthen the participation of Emiratis across all sectors and build their skills.

"With a wide range of initiatives touching all aspects of culture and the arts, Dubai Culture offers a creative and innovation-driven environment that will support the personal and professional development of our team members. We are offering career choices across various disciplines and will particularly appeal to Emiratis who are keen to work in the creative industries."

Several cultural activities including music and calligraphy as well as heritage art will be showcased at the Dubai Culture stand.

Dubai Culture is committed to enhancing awareness of culture and arts by fostering robust dialogue with the public to generate interest in the cultural sector, and contribute to promoting global dialogue on culture and arts.

For more information, please visit the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority stand at the Dubai Government stand at Careers UAE 2015, Booth A8-4, Hall 8, at the Dubai World Trade Centre, or visit: www.dubaiculture.ae