Interviews for vacant teaching positions with Emirati candidates
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 08:57
- PRESS RELEASE
In compliance with the directives of H.H. President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan to turn 2013 as the year for Emiratization by creating job opportunities for UAE nationals, the Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) is interviewing Emirati candidates for teaching positions for the 2013/2014 academic year.
H.E. Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, ADEC Director General, said, "ADEC is keen to nationalize the various education sector jobs across the Emirate and to recruit the best national graduates who have the expertise and skills necessary for educating students."
"National staffs are being selected based on certain standards and criterias in order to ensure they provide our students with high quality education that will help students meet the job market needs of the future. The number of UAE nationals working in the education sector across the Emirate is 6881 which constitutes to 47.5% of the total workforce across the sector. This number is expected to increase in 2013," said Dr. Al Khaili.
H.E. Mr. Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, ADEC's Executive Director of School Operations, said, "255 Emirati teachers are scheduled for interviews in order to fill 18 teaching vacancies across schools in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and the Western Region."
These vacancies are available due to teachers resigning, retiring or as per recommendations issued by the Health Authority Abu Dhabi to transfer teaching staff with health conditions to administrative positions.
The teaching specializations required include: kindergarten, Field 1, Physical Education, Islamic Studies, Arabic, English, lab specialists, Science, Special Education, Mathmatics, Social Studies, IT, Social Workers, LRCs, Arts and Musical Education.
Mr. Al Dhaheri emphasized, "ADEC is always keen to recruit the most qualified staff in all areas in order to best utilize their skills in promoting education development in the Emirate."
"Candidates have been notified of the dates and place of the interviews through SMS while reconfirmations are made by phone," concluded Mr. Al Dhaheri.
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