Ras Al Khaimah Bank (RAK Bank) is holding walk-in interviews on Thursday, March 8 to hire Outdoor Sales Officers.
RAK Bank has invited interested candidates to walk in between 10am and 3pm tomorrow at the company’s office in Deira near Ramada Continental Hotel, said an advertisement in the local media.
A large number of interested job-seekers are expected to turn up tomorrow as witnessed last month when Emaar Properties subsidiary advertised an Open Day and more than 2,000 candidates turned up for the event.
In another development, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) will also organise an Open Day on Saturday, March 10, to fill both blue and white-collar vacancies, it said in an advertisemtn in loca media. An advertisement released by Dewa in the local media showed that it would hire staff for a number of vacancies open to all nationalities.
According to RAK Bank's advertisement, Outdoor Sales Officers will be based in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to sell expatriates personal loans and credit cards in the UAE.
The bank is offering Dh4,750 per month plus monthly sales incentives and benefits, which include private medical insurance and air passage to hometown.
The bank, however, didn’t disclose the number of sales person it will hire.
Interested candidates who’re unable to attend the open day interview can send their resume through the bank’s website.
On Wednesday, Rakbank said it had set up a Chinese-Enabled Automated Teller Machine (ATM) at Burj Al Arab Hotel, the latest addition to the Bank's network of ATMs that support Chinese language, bringing their total number to 41, out of the 150 machines installed by the bank throughout the UAE.
Graham Honeybill, Chief Executive Officer, Rakbank, said that the Bank enjoys a considerable and growing reputation in the Chinese community. "On the back of strengthening economic ties with China, the UAE has witnessed an influx of Chinese businessmen seeking banking solutions in their own language. The ATM at Burj Al Arab is a further testament of how Rakbank is focused on achieving customer satisfaction and convenience," he added.