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Etisalat Facilities Management (EFM) is looking to hire people. The company requires personnel for its operations and projects based in the United Arab Emirates.
Senior technician, operations engineer/site acceptance audit engineers as well as office boys are required. For more information candidates can write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In job reviews available on Indeed majority (58 per cent) of the current or former employees of the company say they would recommend EFM to a friend.
Based on the reviews, the company gets a score of 3.3 on 5 company attributes. Work/life balance, compensation and benefits, culture and values, senior management and career opportunities – all get the same score.
The company comes under Etisalat Services Holding group and has a diversified clientage in educational, commercial, hospitality, IT, Aviation business, and Islamic Public Sector. It provides an integrated FM solution covering facilities management operations and maintenance for hard and soft services and facilities management consultancy.
The company operates on more than 5,000 sites within UAE. In addition, Etisalat Facilities Management provides services for Data Centers serving Etisalat spread all over the UAE.
Another big company, Emirates, is also looking to hire candidates in an open day but this will be out of the UAE.
Recruitment will happen in Tunis. Those interested to become a cabin crew member with the airline can apply online - or call I.A.C, an Emirates appointed agency in Tunisia, before February 19, 2014.
Emirates cabin crew benefits depend on the role, as per the airline. However, to give a broad outline of the pay package, it includes the fixed monthly cash payment (related to the position and based on the knowledge and competencies of the individual).
Besides this, Emirates provides shared cabin crew accommodation with own bedroom. Profit sharing schemes, exchange rate protection scheme, professional specialist allowances also make up a part of the package. However, these benefits depend upon the role and/or applicant’s unique personal circumstance.
Transportation to and from the airport and other standard non-cash elements like annual leave, leave tickets, end of service gratuity, medical and insurance form a part of the package. On leaving the company, an employee is entitled to an end of service gratuity or provident scheme payment, whichever is higher.
Education support allowance is given to staff in more senior positions and eligible UAE National and GCC citizens are enrolled into their respective government pension scheme, with employee and company contributions payable.
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