Qatar Airways hosted an open recruitment day on Monday for Qatari nationals at the Recruitment Centre at Qatar Airways Tower 2 as part of its ever-expanding Al Darb Qatarisation programme.
As part of the open day, students and graduates were given the chance to meet with employees and explore the many different employment pathways available at Qatar Airways, including national scholarship, cadet pilot, and aircraft maintenance engineering programmes.
Now in its sixth year, the Al Darb Qatarisation programme presents young nationals with local and international career opportunities through eight different programmes and 35 different majors across the airline’s various departments.
Qatar Airways senior vice president Human Resources Nabeela Fakhri said: “We are aligned with the Qatar’s national vision and therefore sourcing, developing, and nurturing young national talent to remain high on the agenda at Qatar Airways.
“The Al Darb initiative invites Qataris to join our award-winning team and use their talent and skills to support the rapid expansion of the national carrier of the state of Qatar. The aim is to empower these young students to succeed in a chosen career path with Qatar Airways by providing them access to knowledge, skills development, and valuable experience.”
Qatar Airways’ Al Darb Qatarisation programme aims to develop the skills of young Qataris, allowing them to gain experience through Qatar Airways’ network of offices around the world.
Currently, the programme features 35 majors and eight programmes, including the Summer Internship programme, National Scholarship programme, Cadet Pilot programme, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering programme, Graduate Development programme, Airport Operations programme, Aviation Management programme, and the Jossor programme. It is a tremendous project that brings benefits and opportunities at a variety of different levels and across various aviation-related fields.
At the event, visitors received first-hand information about the Al Darb programme and were given the opportunity to meet and hear from current and previous students about their experiences.
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