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The College of Engineering and Information Technology invites applications for a post of Lab Engineer in Electrical Engineering, for commencement of employment in September 2021. The Lab Engineer should have a master’s degree in Computer Engineering from a reputable university and experience in teaching Electrical and Computer Engineering labs. A bachelor’s degree with good experience in labs teaching may be considered. Moreover, the candidate should have experience in:

  • LabVIEW
  • Microprocessor Programming
  • FPGA Programming
  • MATLAB
  • C++ and Python Programming

 

Experience in artificial intelligence and cyber security is preferred.

 

Candidates must send an up-to-date CV to the following address:

Amitha Marie Philip
College of Engineering and IT at the University of Dubai
Email: amphilip@ud.ac.ae

 

The College of Engineering and Information Technology invites applications for the position of an Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, for commencement of employment in Fall 2021 or as soon as possible.

Suitable candidates must have a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering with specialization of Power Engineering from an accredited university and possess excellent teaching and research record. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in the area of renewable energy. In addition, candidates are expected to have effective English oral and written communication skills, effective interpersonal skills, familiarity with blended learning and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary collegial environment.

University of Dubai is a fast-growing institution of higher education with a wide range of academic programs in Engineering, Information Technology, Business, and Law. The University of Dubai is part of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its academic degree programs are accredited by the UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

Candidates must send an up-to-date CV to the following address:

Amitha Marie Philip
College of Engineering and IT
Email: amphilip@ud.ac.ae

Position Title:             Career Advisor, Internship & Career Development Center (UAE National Only)

Department:               Internship & Career Development Center

Reports to:                  Manager, Internship & Career Development Center and Alumni Relations

Position Summary:

The Career Advisor, will report directly to the Manager of Internship & Career Development Center (ICDC) and his/her role is to support and to coordinate for internship opportunities and career services for students and alumni. The Career Advisor works collaboratively with the ICDC and alumni personnel, student services, and faculty members and employers to ensure the delivery of career development services. The ICDC Executive facilitates linkages with students and business/industry to support students’ transition to postgraduate education and employment.

Major Responsibilities:

 

I – Career Services

  1. Serve as Liaison to other departments on behalf of ICDC including Admissions, Registration, Colleges, UD Professional Centers, Students Services, faculty and industry providing information about ICDC.
  2. Co-develop and implement specialized program for UD talents (Students and graduates)
  3. Builds the network of career speakers
  4. Assist in setting and implementing career strategies
  5. Create and maintain strong partnerships relationships between Employers and Career Services to foster employment opportunities for our students and graduates.
  6. Promote career awareness, exploration, and planning.
  7. Counsel and advise students regarding employment opportunities through various employers
  8. Provide assistance to students, and alumni with major selection/career planning, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing techniques, job search skills and job negotiation, etc.
  9. Organize career events and activities throughout year (Open days, career fairs, employers’ award ceremony, etc.)
  10. Organize career-related workshops, webinars, and networking events to meet the needs of UD students, and alumni.
  11. Assist in the organization of virtual and face-to-face job fairs; assisting with the maintenance of the online jobs database
  12. Monitor local and international workforce trends and develop/implement strategies within the career services area that help address these needs.
  13. Assist in compiling and providing data that is compliant with all federal and programmatic accreditation requirements including, but not limited to recruitment activities, career employment reports, academic areas represented in placements, salary scales, job market research reports, etc.
  14. Publicize partnership resources
  15. Contribute to the creation/implementation of employer surveys, graduate surveys, response rates and reporting results.
  16. Use and maintain technology applications within the department, including, but not limited to web-based products and services, employer and student online services i.e., CareerNetwork, Job Teaser, Career Assessment software, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs to connect students to alumni and job seekers to employers.

II- Internship

  1. Initiate and build partnerships with employers to develop student opportunities for experiential endeavors.
  2. Work collaboratively with faculty and administration to create policy and procedures for ensuring the academic quality and integrity of internships
  3. Conduct site visits to evaluate appropriateness and relevance of internships for students
  4. Identify, develop and monitor current internship sites
  5. Visit employers to promote students and graduates
  6. Co-assess the effectiveness of internship programs by identifying policies and procedures gaps and propose recommendations for improvement
  7. Organize and co-conduct internship workshops and information programs
  8. Evaluate internship proposals and training plans along with the assigned faculty advisors;
  9. Implement Internship registration and placement
  10. Ensure that all requirements needed for the completion of the internship program is submitted by students;
  11. Ensure that all students, faculty supervisors and employers’ concerns regarding the internship program are addressed in an efficient and professional manner;
  12. Co-review the Internship policies, ICDC webpage on a regular basis and propose amendments;
  13. Perform other essential duties and tasks specific to the position
  1. Professional Development
  2. Participate in professional development activities at the local and national levels.
  3. Engage in professional growth opportunities to remain current with trends, demands, and emerging careers in a rapidly changing workforce.
  • Beta Gamma Sigma
  1. Supervise and mentor BGS Undergraduate student members
  2. Conceptualize, organize and implement meaningful activities for the UD Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma;
  3. Coordinate with BGS Head Office for the active participation of the UD Chapter in international events.

Handle any Internship /Career related admin work assigned by the ICDC Manager

  1. Minimum qualifications
  • Bachelor Degree in Career Counseling, Human Resources, psychology, business management, or other related major
  • Minimum two years’ work experience with a recruitment or career counseling firm or in a university;
  • Career development Executive must have strong interpersonal skills so that they can work collaboratively with human resources staff and other company professionals. It is also important that they have strong communication skills because their duties involve producing written instructional materials as well as leading training programs. Analytical skills are important for several reasons. They must assess workplace issues, workplace processes and employee performance. They use the data that they process to determine how to provide training to resolve issues, improve efficiency, meet company goals and improve employee performance.
  • UAE National candidates are preferred.

Kindly send us your comprehensive resume including current and expected salary to amarzak@ud.ac.ae

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

 

The College of Engineering and Information Technology invites applications for the post of a Mission Control Software Engineer in the MBRSC Lab to work on a satellite mission control software (MCS) project. The duration of the contract is 1 year and the commencement of employment will be in May 2021 or soon after. The Software Engineer should have a Master or a Bachelor in computer engineering from a reputable university and should have industrial experience as well. Expertise in software development is a must. Preferably the candidate should have experience in:

 

  • Design and Development of application-based Mission Operation Software using COSMOS open-source tool by Ball Aerospace, or Open MCT – Open-Source Mission Control Software by NASA, or similar space technologies.
  • Serial interfaces, communication protocols and full-stack networking. Experience in CubeSat Space Protocol (CSP) is highly desirable.
  • Ruby, C#, Python Programming, and web development.
  • Designing, Testing, and Developing software to meet Client’s needs.
  • Documenting application process for future Maintenance and Upgrades.
  • Ensuring Software functions normally through Software Maintenance and Testing.

 

University of Dubai is a fast-growing institution of higher education with a wide range of academic, research and training programs in Engineering and Information Technology, Business and Law. The University of Dubai is part of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its academic degree programs are recognized by the UAE Ministry of Education. More details about the MBRSC Lab at University of Dubai can be found at:

 

www.mbrsclab.ae


Candidates must send an up-to-date CV to the following email:

Amitha Marie Philip
Email: amphilip@ud.ac.ae

 

The College of Engineering and Information Technology invites applications for the post of a Research Assistant in the MBRSC Lab at the University of Dubai. The duration of the contract is for 1 year and the commencement of employment will be as soon as possible. The Research Assistant should have a Bachelor or Master degree in GIS from a reputable University. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in remote sensing with knowledge of ArcGIS software and data processing.

Responsibilities

  • Utilizing the ArcGIS Pro to generate value added products (such as disaster management reports and environmental studies).
  • Analyzing spatial data using ArcGIS software.
  • Discovering patterns and trends through spatial mapping of data.
  • Designing digital maps with geographic data and other data sources.
  • Preparing Geodatabase structure and data schema.
  • Producing maps showing the spatial distribution of various kinds of data.
  • Performing data mining and cleaning to convert data into its desired form.
  • Producing reports on geographic data utilizing data visualizations.
  • Managing a digital library of geographic maps in various file types.
  • Converting maps/design drawings and related information into different formats, including the interpretation of survey bearings and distances to properly input new data to appropriate GIS and/or CAD layer for reference.
  • Creating & managing GIS and/or CAD data documents and quality assurance (QA/QC) procedures and technical reports.

University of Dubai is a fast growing institution of higher education with a wide range of academic, research and training programs in Engineering and Information Technology, Business and Law. The University of Dubai is part of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry and its academic degree programs are recognized by the UAE Ministry of Education. More details about the MBRSC Lab at University of Dubai can be found at: www.mbrsclab.ae

Candidates must send an up-to-date CV to the following email:
Amitha Marie Philip Email: amphilip@ud.ac.ae

Position Summary
Faculty members are responsible for providing effective instruction in the following areas/ disciplines:

  • Islamic Studies
  • Emarati Studies

Requirements

  • A Master’s Degree in the required discipline
  • A minimum of 3 years of teaching/training experience, preferably at an adult or tertiary level
  • Ability to teach various disciplines within the program areas
  • Experience in developing course curriculum as per accreditation and international standards
  • Demonstrate ability to teach the above courses in English Language
  • Demonstrate effective interpersonal & communication Skills
  • Ability to provide equivalency certificate issued by the Ministry of Higher Education in U.A.E for the terminal degree

Send your CV along with a cover letter and a minimum of three references to the following email address: careers_gucr@ud.ac.ae

Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted for a preliminary interview.

A Full-time faculty position in the area of Financial Crime Law is open for recruitment to candidates who can teach in Graduate and Under Graduate programs. The faculty would be expected to teach Bribery & Corruption, Anti-Money Laundering, Competition Law, Corporate Governance, Compliance & Assurance, Corporate Law, and provide thesis supervision.

Job Responsibilities

  • Develop and deliver courses to students in specified discipline areas of study, considering and aiming to achieve the three fundamental standards of the University, those are: Teaching, Research and Services.
  • Must be able to provide instruction at various courses and levels within the program areas
  • Evaluate and monitor individual student progress and provide feedback to sustain student success.
  • Research, organize and manage instructional resources, courses outlines, and community networks.
  • Actively seek out methods, procedures and resources to best achieve course objectives.
  • Support and participate in accreditation initiatives.
  • Perform miscellaneous job related duties as assigned.

Job Requirements

  • PhD Degree in the teaching discipline or directly related to the field of instruction specified.
  • Have a minimum of five years teaching experience
  • The candidate is engaged in ongoing, and substantive academic activities such as scholarly research and other scholarly activities
  • Graduate of reputable universities
  • Candidates must master the English language both orally and in writing and demonstrate the ability to teach the above courses in English. Excellent command of Arabic language is an advantage.
  • Advanced use of technology in the education process (delivering classes via presentations, using e-learning systems, reports).

Note

  • Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
  • Kindly mention the position & job reference in the subject field when applying.
  • Please send your CV to the following e-mail address: law@ud.ac.ae

Position Summary:

The Executive, Internship & Career Development Center will report directly to the Manager, SAA and his/her role is to support and to coordinate for internship opportunities and career services for students and alumni. The Executive, ICDC works collaboratively with the ICDC and alumni personnel, student services, and faculty members to ensure the delivery of career development services. The Executive, ICDC facilitates linkages with students and business/industry to support students’ transition to postgraduate education and employment.

Major Responsibilities:

  • I. Internship
    • Provide leadership in the development and implementation of a viable internship program
    • Facilitate student learning by assisting students to secure appropriate internships to enhance overall academic experience and learn skills essential to conduct a successful job search
    • Initiate and build partnerships with employers to develop student opportunities for experiential endeavors locally, state-wide, nationally and internationally.
    • Work collaboratively with faculty and administration to create policy and procedures for ensuring the academic quality and integrity of internships
    • Work alongside faculty and academic departments to identify and promote internships for specific majors
    • Provide optimal marketing strategies to connect students to experiential endeavors and jobs
    • Conduct site visits to evaluate appropriateness and relevance of internships for students
    • Identify, develop and monitor current internship sites
    • Visit employers to promote students
    • Help in developing and revising internship policies and procedures
    • Plan and conduct internship workshops and information programs
    • Develop an internship manual and promotional material and updates as needed
    • Research appropriate websites and resources to support the program
    • Assess the effectiveness of internship programs
    • Assist career staff in development of employer relations through verbal and written communications and membership in professional organizations
    • Evaluate internship proposals together with the assigned faculty advisors;
    • Maintain database administration for purposes of tracking
    • Coordinate and assist other career staff with various events and activities throughout year (Open days, career fairs, etc.)
    • Assist in marketing the services and programs through developing appropriate materials as well as advertising special events
    • Assist production of program material and informational publications
    • Determine what incoming information via mail needs to be communicated to the campus community; independently drafts correspondence
    • Ensure that all requirements needed for the completion of the internship program is submitted by students;
    • Ensure that all administrative concerns regarding the internship program are addressed in an efficient and professional manner;
    • Update the internship database and webpage on a regular basis;
    • Maintain and update Internship database
    • Maintain and update internship files
    • Perform other essential duties and tasks specific to position
  • II. Career Services
    • A. Career Development
      • Serve as Liaison to other departments on behalf of ICDC including Admissions & Registry, Colleges, UD Professional Centers, Students Services, and faculty; providing information about ICDC: assisting with the development of ICDC publications, website materials and brochures and performing other job-related duties as assigned.
      • Provide leadership and direction in the areas of individual assessment, educational choices, career-planning and development and employment strategies for students
      • Coordinate career development services.
      • Counsel and advise students regarding employment opportunities through various employers
      • Promote career awareness, exploration, and planning.
      • Assist with the planning and execution of career-related workshops, seminars, and networking events to meet the needs of UD students, and alumni.
      • Assist in the organization of virtual and face-to-face job fairs; assisting with the maintenance of the online jobs database
      • Provide assistance to students, and alumni with resume writing, interviewing techniques and job search skills
      • Conduct career assessment tests and interpret results for students.
    • B. Preparatory Services
      • Assists students with selection of major.
      • Coordinate career planning activities in classrooms, groups, or individual sessions.
      • Provide and coordinate administration and interpretation of career assessments
      • Provide information on postgraduate education programs and employment opportunities.
      • Assist students with postgraduate education and employment opportunities.
    • C. Transition Services
      • Facilitate work-based learning opportunities.
      • Provide and coordinate activities for students to develop employability skills.
      • Promote the integration of career research and work-based learning opportunities
      • Promote the use of technology for career planning and research.
    • D. Employer Relations
      • Serve as a liaison with the business and industry
      • Facilitate business, and community partnerships that provide internship and job opportunities for UD students and assist in establishing and maintaining employer relationships.
      • Serve as a liaison with the business and industry.
      • Publicize partnership resources
    • E. Professional Development
      • Participate in professional development activities at the local and national levels.
      • Engage in professional growth opportunities to remain current with trends, demands, and emerging careers in a rapidly changing workforce.
  • III. Beta Gamma Sigma
    • Supervise and mentor BGS student members in both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels;
    • Conceptualize, organize and implement meaningful activities for the UD Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma;
    • Coordinate with BGS Head Office for the active participation of the UD Chapter in international events.

Handle any Internship /Career related admin work assigned by the ICDC Manager

  • IV. Minimum qualifications
    • Bachelor Degree in business, marketing, psychology, communication, public relations or other related major
    • Minimum two years’ work experience with a recruitment or career counseling firm or in a university;
    • Excellent command of the English language and Arabic both written and verbal;
    • Familiarity with corporate and nonprofit human resource management. Understanding of experiential education and career advising.
    • Experience in presentation of workshops or public speaking.
    • Skilled at planning, organizing and multi-tasking, understands the importance of deadlines and timelines.
    • Excellent presentation skills.
    • Positive attitude and team work spirit.

Kindly send us your comprehensive resume including current and expected salary to amarzak@ud.ac.ae

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Position Summary

Student counselors work closely with students, parents, and educators to improve student outcomes and help students succeed academically and socially both during school and after they’ve graduated. Student counselors work in a variety of school settings ranging from elementary schools to colleges. In any setting, they provide one-on-one guidance to students, listening to their concerns and helping them make healthy decisions.

This role requires extensive preparation, including an internship or other supervised work, along with patience and compassion for students dealing with a range of issues and challenges. Student counselors provide students with a safe and secure space to talk about their problems and work closely with those students to develop and implement solutions.

Student Counselor Duties and Responsibilities

  • Listen to Student Concerns: The primary duty of a student counselor is listening to students. A student may visit a counselor or receive a referral due to academic, emotional, social, or behavioral concerns. The student counselor listens to the student’s problems in an open and nonjudgmental way, allowing the student to explain what’s troubling them and give the counselor a more complete picture of surrounding circumstances.
  • Develop Solutions and Goals: Student counselors work directly with students to develop solutions and set goals. These goals can be as simple as developing a timeline for college applications and setting a schedule or as complicated as managing difficult emotions or processing trouble at home. In any case, the counselor listens to the student to learn what they want and proposes actionable goals to resolve these issues.
  • Mediate and Resolve Conflicts: Many student counselors play an important role in conflict resolution. This includes not only conflicts between students, but conflicts between students and teachers or teachers and parents as well. By assisting with conflict resolution and mediation, the student counselor helps ensure that personal conflicts do not interrupt academic activities or disrupt the student’s goals.
  • Assist with Career and Academic Development: Another important duty of student counselors is supporting academic and career development activities. They may organize job or college fairs for students and graduates, provide one-on-one skill assessment and career guidance, or hold test and admission application preparation sessions for students. The student counselor may also provide students with materials related to careers that they are interested in or that would suit their skills.
  • Develop Counseling Programs: Many student counselors help develop counseling programs within their universities. These can include peer counseling activities that connect students to one another for support, as well as university-wide initiatives like drug and alcohol prevention programs. Student counselors may organize assemblies to address ongoing issues that affect the entire student population or work with teachers on classroom activities.
  • Connect Students with Care Providers: Student counselors may also need to provide students with access to resources outside of the university to provide further support. A student counselor may provide a student or their parents with a referral to a mental health or substance abuse counselor, for example.
  • Psychometric tests: Perform assessments, interpret tests and study student records.

Student Counselor Skills and Qualifications

Student counselors prepare students for success by helping them with a variety of issues and tasks ranging from behavioral issues to career preparation. Student counselors tend to have a master’s degree, extensive supervised experience, and the following skills:

  • Counseling – effective counseling skills are vital in this role, and student counselors should be able to confidently provide advice and guidance while creating a space where students can express themselves honestly.
  • Student development expertise – student counselors work with students of all ages, so they should have an understanding of the different needs of students at every stage of development
  • Communication skills – student counselors need excellent communication skills, including the ability to actively listen to a student’s thoughts, feelings, and concerns, and provide helpful advice.
  • Patience and compassion – this role requires high levels of patience and compassion, since student counselors assist students dealing with a range of academic, emotional, social, and behavioral issues.
  • Attention to detail – student counselors should also possess a high level of attention to detail to successfully guide students and understand their goals and concerns during a counseling session
  • Collaboration – student counselors work with students, teachers, and parents to guide students toward success, so they should be able to successfully work together while respecting privacy guidelines.

Student Counselor Education and Training

  • Degree and proven working experience in Student/School Counseling.
  • Working knowledge of various counseling models, practices and resources.
  • Extensive training and professional development.

The College of Law, University of Dubai, is currently seeking applicants for the Adjunct/Part-time Faculty positions to teach Pre-LLM (foundation) courses in the LLM graduate program.

Suitable candidates must have a PhD Degree in Law from a reputable university and possess teaching experience. The part-time faculty would be expected to teach the following courses:
Criminal Law, Criminal Procedures Law, Civil Law, Civil Procedures Law, and Business Law.
Candidates must master the English language and are also expected to have effective oral and written communication skills, effective interpersonal skills and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary collegial environment. Excellent command of Arabic language is an advantage.

Candidates must send an up-to-date CV to the following email address: law@ud.ac.ae.

Notes:

  • Only short listed candidates will be contacted.
  • Candidates must be based in the UAE with valid visa.

Position Summary:

The Executive, Internship & Career Development Center will report directly to the Manager of Internship and Career Development Center and Alumni Relations Office and his/her role is to support and to coordinate for internship opportunities and career services for students and alumni. The Executive, ICDC works collaboratively with the ICDC and alumni personnel, student services, and faculty members to ensure the delivery of career development services. The Executive, ICDC facilitates linkages with students and business/industry to support students’ transition to postgraduate education and employment.

Major Responsibilities:

  • I. Internship
    • Provide leadership in the development and implementation of a viable internship program;
    • Facilitate student learning by assisting students to secure appropriate internships to enhance overall academic experience and learn skills essential to conduct a successful job search;
    • Initiate and build partnerships with employers to develop student opportunities for experiential endeavors locally, state-wide, nationally and internationally;
    • Work collaboratively with faculty and administration to ensure compliance with internship policy and procedures;
    • Conduct site visits to evaluate appropriateness and relevance of internships for students;
    • Identify, develop and monitor current internship sites;
    • Visit employers to promote students;
    • Plan and conduct internship workshops and information programs;
    • Co-review and co-update internship manual and promotional material;
    • Research appropriate websites and resources to support the program;
    • Assess the effectiveness of internship programs and propose recommendations for improvements to the ICDC Manager;
    • Evaluate internship proposals together with the assigned faculty advisors and the ICDC Manager;
    • Maintain Internship database administration for purposes of tracking;
    • Coordinate and assist other career staff with various events and activities throughout year (Open days, career fairs, etc.);
    • Assist in marketing the services and programs through developing appropriate materials as well as advertising special events;
    • Assist in the production of program material and informational publications;
    • Ensure that all requirements needed for the completion of the internship program is submitted by students;
    • Ensure that all administrative concerns regarding the internship program are addressed in an efficient and professional manner;
    • Update the internship database and webpage on a regular basis;
    • Maintain and update internship files;
    • Perform other essential duties and tasks specific to the position.
  • II. Career Services
    • A. Career Development
      • Serve as Liaison to other departments on behalf of ICDC including Admissions & Registry, Colleges, UD Professional Centers, Students Services, and faculty; providing information about ICDC: assisting with the development of ICDC publications, website materials and brochures and performing other job-related duties as assigned;
      • Provide leadership and direction in the areas of individual assessment, educational choices, career-planning and development and employment strategies for students;
      • Counsel and advise students regarding employment opportunities through various employers;
      • Promote career awareness, exploration, and planning;
      • Assist with the planning and execution of career-related workshops, seminars, and networking events to meet the needs of UD students, and alumni;
      • Assist in the organization of virtual and face-to-face job fairs; assisting with the maintenance of the online jobs database;
      • Provide assistance to students, and alumni with resume writing, interviewing techniques and job search skills
    • B. Preparatory Services
      • Assists students with selection of major;
      • Coordinate career planning activities in classrooms, groups, or individual sessions;
      • Provide and coordinate administration and interpretation of career assessments;
      • Provide information on postgraduate education programs and employment opportunities;
      • Assist students with postgraduate education and employment opportunities;
    • C. Transition Services
      • Facilitate work-based learning opportunities;
      • Provide and coordinate activities for students to develop employability skills;
      • Promote the integration of career research and work-based learning opportunities;
      • Promote the use of technology for career planning and research;
    • D. Employer Relations
      • 1. Serve as a liaison with the business and industry;
      • Facilitate business, and community partnerships that provide internship and job opportunities for UD students and assist in establishing and maintaining employer relationships;
      • Serve as a liaison with the business and industry;
      • Publicize partnership resources;
    • E. Professional Development
      • Participate in professional development activities at the local and national levels;
      • Engage in professional growth opportunities to remain current with trends, demands, and emerging careers in a rapidly changing workforce.
  • III. Beta Gamma Sigma
    • Co-supervise and mentor BGS student members in both the Undergraduate and Graduate levels;
    • Conceptualize, organize and implement meaningful activities for the UD Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma;
    • Coordinate with BGS Head Office for the active participation of the UD Chapter in international events.
    Handle any Internship /Career related admin work assigned by the ICDC Manager
  • IV. Minimum qualifications
    • Bachelor Degree in Career Development, business, marketing, psychology, communication, public relations or other related major;
    • Minimum two years work experience with a recruitment or career counseling firm or in a university;
    • Excellent command of the English language and Arabic both written and verbal;
    • Familiarity with corporate and nonprofit human resource management;
    • Understanding of experiential education and career advising;
    • Experience in presentation of workshops or public speaking;
    • Skilled at planning, organizing and multi-tasking, understands the importance of deadlines and timelines;
    • Excellent presentation skills;
    • Positive attitude and team work spirit.

Kindly send us your comprehensive resume including current and expected salary to amarzak@ud.ac.ae . Not later than June 30th 2019.

We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

 

 

The Centre for Executive Development (CED) at University of Dubai is in search for Professional trainers/industry practitioners in the field of Management, Accounting, Finance & Banking, Soft Skills, Leadership & Human Resource Management, Sales & Marketing, Procurement & Supply, etc.

Candidate should be a holder of Ph.D./Master’s degree from an accredited university in the concerned field and have at least ten years of relevant industry experience. Preference will be given to professionals who have passed professional examinations in their area of expertise such as CPA, CMA, CFA, PHRM, SPHRM, CIM, CIPS, FCIPS / MCIPS, etc.

Send your CV to:
Email : ced@ud.ac.ae
Center for Executive Development

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