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DSG launches version of mJobs app for Android users

App is downloaded 200 times daily on average

Dubai Smart Government Department (DSG) has launched the Android version of its smart app, mJobs, on Google Play Store. Now customers can access the iPhone and Android versions from their respective stores.

Both sets of customers can access the latest job postings from 20 Dubai government entities on their smartphones. Multiple services include creating accounts, or login by Facebook, updating profiles, customized search, sharing job vacancies with friends, easy upload of CV from cloud-based Dropbox or smartphone, viewing notifications and tracking application status. The same smartphone account can also be used to login to the DSG job portal www.ejob.ae

Ahmad Bin Humaidan, DSG Director General said: “The unprecedented success of the mJobs app is a strong indicator of the interaction the public has, with the smart transformation called for by HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.”

Humaidan added: “The manner in which the mJobs smart app has been designed aligns with the theme of the connected smart services of the DSG Strategy 2014-2017, which requires government entities to unify their services to enable customers to have easy and fast access through their smart devices. It is based on our customers’ feedback received through various surveys and on our belief in the importance for Dubai government entities to combine efforts to ensure the fulfillment of the leadership’s vision of meeting all the requirements that contribute to the satisfaction and happiness of all those living in our emirate and country and dealing with our government entities inside and outside the UAE.”

Launched by DSG on April 27, 2015, mJobs is attracting a larger turnout with more people interested in downloading the app and applying through it for Dubai Government’s job vacancies. The app has been downloaded 21,000 times since it was launched. As many as 4800 people registered in the app by creating new accounts over the same period, while 27,000 applications were submitted for the announced job vacancies.

The app features several other services including information on the app, how to communicate with DSG and the websites of government entities. For further queries about the new app, the public can contact AskDubai on 600560000 or use the email [email protected] round the clock.