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Dubai government firms offer expats salaries ranging from AED10,000 to AED50,000


Expatriates seeking job opportunities in the public sector have a chance to land a role in various Dubai government firms. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), Dubai Academic Health Corporation, Dubai Women Establishment, Department of Finance, and the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government are among the entities advertising for several vacancies that are open to foreign workers.

Most of the roles require skilled professionals, and some government firms are offering competitive salaries ranging from Dh10,000 to Dh50,000, depending on the nature of the job.
Dubai’s Academic Health Corporation is looking for a Consultant-General Surgery for Hepatobiliary, offering a salary between Dh40,000 and Dh50,000. On the other hand, the corporation is also hiring a Radiographer with a salary less than Dh10,000.

Meanwhile, the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government is seeking a Multimedia Specialist and an Instructional Designer with salaries ranging from Dh10,000 to Dh20,000. The Department of Finance is advertising for a Chief Systems Officer and a Chief Business Continuity Specialist, while the Financial Audit Authority is offering a role for a Senior IT Auditor and a Financial Auditor.

The Roads and Transport Authority is looking to fill various roles such as a Dubai Licensing Expert, Chief Engineer – Urban Planning & Quality of Life, Senior Engineer – Corporate Security, Project Manager – Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, Senior Internal Auditor – Operations & Corporate Support Audit, Senior Specialist – Quality, Health, Safety & Sustainability Office, Chief Specialist – Data Management, and Chief Specialist – Services Assurance & Improvement.

Candidates interested in any of the job vacancies can apply through the government’s recruitment portal.

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