“Nafis” provides 1000 jobs in the financial sector for national executives

Yesterday, the Emirates Competitiveness Council (Nafes) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, the Human Resources Authority and Mubadala Investment Company (Mubadala), to begin the next phase of the national recruitment agenda aimed at improving the sustainability . employment of Emirati cadres in the financial sector, at the federal and local levels in the state.

According to the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office, the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, in collaboration with partner agencies, will provide more than 1,000 jobs in the financial sector in Abu Dhabi, and launch the first employment center in the field of financial services, in addition to initiatives for to develop skills and develop talent, through the Nafees program, which the government has presented as part of the “50 projects”, with the aim of accelerating the development journey in the country and strengthening its economy, by increasing the competitiveness of Emirati human resources, enabling them to take jobs in the private sector, and providing training and development programs to enhance the skills of nationals looking for work, and qualify them to support their integration into the private sector, especially sectors of specific strategic priority.

The media office stated that the parties participating in the memorandum of understanding will work to develop a comprehensive employment plan that reflects the structure of the Nafes program and focuses, in addition to defining the duties and responsibilities of the participating parties, and the number. of targeted jobs in the private sector.

The Secretary General of the Emirates Competitiveness Council, Ghannam Al Mazrouei, stressed that the memorandum of understanding aims to emphasize strategic cooperation to unite efforts aimed at launching multiple programs that will provide opportunities to hire emirates and enable them to possess the skills and competencies. necessary to meet the needs of companies in the private sector through the Competence Program.Which is one of several Nafes programs to raise the level of competitiveness of Emirati cadres in the private sector.

Al Mazrouei said these programs will focus on a mixed educational approach, combining basic skills, internationally recognized specialty qualifications, on-the-job training, and leadership and counseling, with the goal of providing the country’s citizens with the support they need to gain employment. opportunities.

He explained that the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, which is distinguished by its rich history of skills-improvement programs, was chosen to be among the partners to support the “Nafis” program in creating the appropriate enabling environment to prepare the workforce for future challenges. , provides a promising future for the working segment of citizens, supports the private sector and achieves added value. .

While the Human Resources Authority and the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy announced a plan to launch the first financial work center in the region, as one of the Human Resources Authority’s strategic initiatives to provide services to support the Emirati youth enter the labor market, and develop an integrated journey of innovative services and mechanisms, increase their participation in the labor market through Provision of professional and career guidance services, and design of training and job rehabilitation plans, and this is part of the strategic partnership between the Human Resources. Authority, the Abu Dhabi Global Market Academy, and other employers to contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Skilled workforce

The Acting Director General of the Human Resources Authority, Amal Al Jabri, affirmed the authority’s zeal to keep pace with the rapid developments witnessed by the labor market within its plans and projects, and to meet the needs of the various economic sectors of national labor force. and qualified to assume various specialized jobs, to serve the purposes of Emirati in the emirate.

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