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15 April 2024

Jobs on offer at Emirates Islamic Bank, Sharaf DG

By Staff

Good news for sales executives in the UAE – there are a number of jobs on offer at one of Dubai’s major Islamic banks and an electronics retailer.

Following Dubai-based Emirates NBD bank’s Open Day earlier this week to hire sales staff, this time it is Emirates Islamic Bank that has announced openings for sales executives dealing in credit cards, SME finance, SME deposits and telesales executives.

The bank prefers bilingual candidates – English and Arabic speaking – and must possess experience for the required positions.

The candidates must quote references for the position they are applying for when sending in their candidatures. The references need to be quoted as are Ref. CARDS, Ref. SME-FIN, Ref, SME-DEP and Ref.


Candidates can send their résumé at rashab@emiratesislamicbank.ae.

More options

Candidates with sales experience in other fields can also apply for jobs with Dubai-based electronics retailer Sharaf DG, which is hiring for its offices in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, Dubai, Oman and Qatar.

The retailer said that candidates with sales experience of one to three years in retail, banking, finance, automobiles, insurance and electronics industry can apply for the vacant positions.

It requires candidates to have a pleasant personality and excellent communication skills.

Apart from sales executives, the retailer is also hiring staff for the positions of cashier, inventory executive, customer care executive and visual merchandiser. Candidates can apply online through https://bit.ly/Wf5syl

The electronics retailer held walk-in interviews a couple of months ago where hundreds of candidates turned up to offer their services.

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