Saudi: No More Expats In 251 Private Sector Jobs

Some 251 managerial and technical jobs in the private sector offered by 10 companies have been reserved for Saudi men and women holding bachelor’s degrees, diplomas and secondary school certificates, the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) said in a statement on Saturday.

Personal interviews will be conducted with Saudi applicants from Oct. 15 to 18 at the RCCI headquarters and at respective companies.

Vacancies are open for training supervisors, electricians, receptionists, salesmen and saleswomen, accountants, computer technicians, food and beverage supervisors, front desk employees, female human resource in-charge, systems development managers, internal auditors, perfumes and cosmetics saleswomen, civil works engineers, electrical field works engineers, pump operators, water and gas plant operators, external gas pipeline and gas distribution station supervisors, operators for boilers, air compressors and coolers, electricity maintenance and repair technicians, air-conditioning technicians, mechanics’ supervisors, aluminum and iron works technicians, etc.

Deputy chairman of the RCCI board and chairman of the human resource and labour market committee at RCCI Mansour Al-Shithri praised the cooperation and response by private sector companies, the Chamber’s policies and its efforts to employ Saudi youth.

 

Source Credit: Saudi Gazette