Qatar Steel has held a career open day in Doha to attract and recruit national students. In a statement, the company said it aims to familiarise national students in general and graduates in particular with the job opportunities available and the academic disciplines required, as well as to brief them about the training and development courses and internships programmes Qatar Steel provides.
Ali Bin Hassan al-Muraikhi, managing director and general manager, stressed that the initiative supports the Qatarisation strategy, which is one of the important policies adopted by the company's management, in compliance with Qatar National Vision 2030 that focuses on national human resources and the need to provide them with all support required. “We hope that through this event, we can encourage Qatari students to join the steel industry, which is one of vital industrial sectors in Qatar.”
"The career open day helps students interact face to face with the employers, enquire about the jobs required and check about the career path suitable for them," said Mohamed Saleh al-Mahdi, administration division manager.
He pointed out that job opportunities are available at Qatar Steel in different technical and administrative areas and disciplines, and that the company, as a rule, qualifies the newly appointed employees through providing proper training courses in order to boost their practical skills and develop their career potentials.
The career open day has attracted a “great number of Qatari students who are seeking suitable job opportunities that meet their ambition and aspirations”, according to the company.
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