Getting a real and secured job in Dubai most times could be difficult for non-citizens or generally anybody. Most people might have been scammed in the process of try to get a nice job in Dubai. Email scams are relatively 100 percent high to respect of job seekers across United Arab Emirates and other countries of great value.
I have put in some great guides that would definitely be of help in any prospective job hunt within Dubai. It is of great importance to be informed of the basic processes in getting a real and existing company job in Dubai, Below are some few ultimate guide that might help you in your career and quest for a good job.
Where to start:
You might really be bothered about getting connected to the right employer or getting newsletters about latest job around vacancies within United Arab Emirates . Firstly, you will need to spend more time reading information’s on social medias and job niche websites in Dubai. Some few websites niched on job related vacancies in United Arab Emirates include naukrigulf, dubaijobs and many more online. Find jobs featured in your field and get to know about its requirement before any application or CV submission. Note: Do not pay for processing fee or any imposed fee of any sought to help you get a job. Don’t be too desperate, Avoid companies with Yahoo or Hotmail email addresses; there are however a number of legitimate companies in United Arab Emirates and surrounds that do actually use these!!! Personally, I feel that if a company can’t afford the 500 odd Dirhams to get a registered email address or web page, then you should be on the alert.
Documents needed when applying for a job in Dubai:
– Original school/university degree certificate
– International passports
Note: Make proper contacts before arriving Dubai and be convinced your employer is ready to employ you to work.
Processes of securing a job in Dubai:
– Interview invitation
– Offer of employment by your employer while you decide either to accept or decline
Your employer helps in securing you an easy passage to United Arab Emirates because he will prepare or provide attestation for job offer in Dubai. Residency Visa would be preferable when looking for a job in Dubai, so if you are on a visit visa when employed, try to change such visa to a residency visa.
Periods when you might not really get a job in Dubai:
– Ramadan/ Eid:
Ramadan Foreigners are expected to observe the practice of fasting during the Holy month of Ramadan, and are required not to eat, drink or smoke in public areas during this time. Pregnant women and children (normally considered children under the age of 12) are excluded from fasting. If you forget and absentmindedly pop a cigarette into your mouth you will normally be reminded/ reprimanded by a passer-by and at some point a policeman. Restaurants and bars are open in the evening, although no live music or band performances are permitted.
– Mid-summer months (June, July, August)
When looking for a job, you need prayers for substance and the highest level of decorum to during interview.