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National Ambulance seeks Emirati Talents at Tawdheef 2016

National Ambulance at Tawdheef Exhibition 2016

Career opportunities in Corporate Services, Supply Chain, Finance, Knowledge Management; and Quality, Health, Safety and Environment

Abu Dhabi, 01 February 2016: National Ambulance is attending the Tawdheef 2016 career fair with the objective of attracting qualified UAE nationals to fill positions in multiple functions across the organisation. Taking place from 1-3 February 2016 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Tawdheef will provide an opportunity for National Ambulance to engage with local talents at all levels.

This is the 5th consecutive year that National Ambulance has participated in this important local career fair. Emiratisation is an integral part of National Ambulance corporate strategy, which reflects the policies of the UAE government.

Ahmed Saleh Al Hajeri, Deputy CEO of National Ambulance said: “We are proud to offer exciting career opportunities to UAE Nationals in an organisation dedicated to serving the local community. At National Ambulance Emiratisation is a central pillar in our vision and a top priority of our HR division. As part of our commitment to support the growth of the Nation and in support of the government’s vision, we continually seek attracting growing number of UAE Nationals to this vital sector and support their growth as future leaders.

Speaking about National Ambulance participation in Tawdheef, HR Manager Amaal Al Harbi said: National Ambulance is a local success story. I have witnessed its growth, which is built upon a high level of professionalism. As National Ambulance expands, we need the best UAE Nationals to join us to ensure our success continues. We are happy to be part of Tawdheef and look forward to meeting ambitious Emiratis who would like to join us and share the success of making a real difference in the community.

The range of employment opportunities on offer include positions in Corporate Services, Supply Chain, Finance, Knowledge Management; and Quality, Health, Safety and Environment.  Candidates interested in joining the highly qualified team in National Ambulance are encouraged to visit the stand to find out more.

Al Hajeri added: “At National Ambulance our objective is to provide the best possible care for our patients, which can only be achieved due to a dedicated team ranging across all that we do. Highly professional support in non-clinical areas like Corporate Services, IT and Supply Chain are as vital as the critical care delivered by our clinical staff.”

National Ambulance provides emergency pre-hospital care round-the-clock to communities across the UAE. It was established in 2010 to serve the government and private sector and its workforce of clinical practitioners is backed up by a dedicated Ambulance Communications Centre and a full range of business support staff.

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