WAM ABU DHABI, 3rd February, 2014 (WAM) -- The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, is participating in Tawdheef to seek the U.A.E.'s best and brightest talent to join employment opportunities in the various fields of the organisation.
ENEC is offering a range of exclusive scholarships to Emiratis attending the recruitment event, which will be held at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, ADNEC, from 3rd to 5th February.
"We are committed to finding the most talented minds and train them to the highest standards of safety to develop and operate the U.A.E.'s nuclear sector. We are looking for talents for both administrative and engineering fields," said Mohamed Al Hammadi, ENEC's Chief Executive Officer. "Our Energy Pioneers programme has aimed to build a national skill base to ensure a sustainable future for nuclear energy, an industry that will play a critical role in the country's continued growth in future years." By 2020, ENEC expects to have more than 2,000 employees, with a target of maintaining minimum 60 per cent Emiratisation. A total number of 292 talented U.A.E. students have already been enrolled in the Energy Pioneers scholarship programmes.
ENEC also offers scholarships for Emiratis wishing to pursue Bachelor's and Master's degrees in the fields of chemical, nuclear, mechanical and electrical engineering. Students have the opportunity to study in the U.A.E. and USA's top universities or at a Master's program at the Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi. A significant number of positions are also available for experienced professionals looking for new and exciting challenges.