Noor Bank Marks Continued Participation at Careers UAE

Noor Bank Marks Continued Participation at Careers UAE

Bank Representatives Highlight Job Openings from Booth No. C3-5 in Hall 03 at Dubai World Trade Centre

Dubai-UAE: 13 March, 2018 – Noor Bank, a leading Shari’a compliant bank in the UAE, is once again opening up new employment opportunities in the banking and finance space for UAE nationals as part of its consecutive participation in Careers UAE, which runs from 13 to 15 March at the Dubai World Trade Centre.


Organised under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Careers UAE brings together more than 160 UAE-based companies and close to 18,000 Emirati job seekers.
Noor Bank’s continued association with the annual event reiterates its strategic objective to position itself as an employer of choice amongst professionally qualified Emiratis. In the current edition of Careers UAE, Noor Bank is listing job openings across the Corporate Banking, Risk Management, Compliance and Retail Banking business units. Representatives from the bank are on hand at booth no. C3-5 in Hall 3 to highlight the bank’s legacy, strategy, and key departments to potential candidates and visitors.

John Iossifidis, CEO, Noor Bank, said: “Emiratisation plays an important part of our People strategy.  We are heavily committed to investing in and cultivating Emirati talent, providing on-going development and long term, rewarding career opportunities.  Through our participation at the 2018 Careers UAE, we look forward to connecting with aspiring Emirati talent seeking enriching career opportunities in the UAE financial sector.”

Hind Al Attar, Head of Human Resources at Noor Bank, said: “Having a large number of UAE nationals occupying key positions at Noor Bank is a strong indication of the success of our Emiratisation strategy. Our representatives are constantly looking to induct new talent into the organisation. The team will be present on all three days at Careers UAE to attend to queries and conduct preliminary interviews. We encourage all candidates seeking to pursue a career in banking, particularly those interested in contributing to Dubai’s goal of becoming the capital of Islamic economy, to visit and explore opportunities with us.”

As part of the Emiratisation strategy in 2017, 30 Emiratis were welcomed into the workforce as Management Associates. In addition to participating at Careers UAE, Noor Bank’s commitment towards the UAE’s Emiratisation vision is articulated in its management associate programme (‘Imtiaz’) that is run in association with the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies, to nurture and recruit promising nationals in core banking roles within various departments.
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About Noor Bank
Noor Bank began operations, in Dubai, in 2008, as Noor Islamic Bank. It is a full-service bank delivering the broadest range of products for its customers, with an emphasis on unique and personalised service. Noor Bank is governed by the Shari’a Supervisory Board made up of leading Islamic scholars, with extensive experience and expertise in legal, financial and banking-related matters. Noor Bank is rated “A-” IDR with a stable outlook by Fitch Ratings. The corporate shareholders of the Bank are The Office of the Crown Prince of Dubai (25.73%), the Investment Corporation of Dubai (22.71%) and the Emirates Investment Authority (4.7%).  The remaining shares are beneficially held by individuals who each own less than 5% of Noor Bank.  For further details, please visit: http://www.noorbank.com or call 800 6667.

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