Abu Dhabi International Airport Job Vacancies

Looking for Airlines or Aviation jobs in Abu Dhabi? Well, there are plenty of vacancies. In fact, you might be able to work for one of the best airports in the world: Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) that serves over 102 destinations in 56 countries.

With Abu Dhabi airport expanding day by day because of more passengers coming to the emirate, the Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) is hiring staff for different departments to support the Emirate’s long-term strategy to transform into a center for business and tourism. ADAC is striving to increase the number of UAE Nationals employed with the company having implemented a comprehensive Emiratisation program which extends to a wide spectrum of roles across their portfolio of airports and subsidiaries.

Those consider working for the airport or airline can find the following positions open.

Company: Abu Dhabi Airports (adac.ae)

Job Role: Senior Manager Hospitality (Food & Beverage) – (17000009)

Criterion: Exemplifies excellent customer service and creates a positive atmosphere for guest relations. Previous experience working in food service, including experience managing employees within a hospitality environment is wanted.

Language: Exceptional communication skills in English and Arabic.

Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

Company: Etihad Airways PJSC (careers.etihad.com)

Job Role: Manager UAE National Development

Criterion:

Job Responsibilities: Manage feedback and information on each staff, as well as manage on-going relationships with business area leaders.

Experience: At least 3 years of working experience gained in a supervisory role or in a management capacity setting.

Language: Working knowledge of spoken and written English and Arabic.

Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

 

Launch your career in the World’s leading Airline by joining their team. Etihad is especially committed to building a strong and successful Emirati workforce to complement their global multi-cultural team.

Alternatively, there are other vacancies in aviation facilities and support, so be sure to visit the Abu Dhabi Airports Career Centre’s website (adacwms.csod.com).

Why work at AUH? It is a winner of “Best Airport in the Middle East” and “Most Improved Airport: Middle East”; a recipient of the annual Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards that recognizes airports around the globe for its services as rated by customers over the course of the year. As for airline hospitality, Etihad Airways has been nominated for many prestigious awards, including ‘World’s Leading Airline’ at the World Travel Awards for five consecutive years.

The Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS), a center of excellence for airport and aviation training, also introduces Emiratis to several job opportunities and reinforces its position as an employer of choice for UAE nationals. GCAS recently launched Al Eqla’a—the Abu Dhabi Airports National Training Program, an innovative 18 to 24-month program of study to develop young Emiratis as airport professionals. The program is fully sponsored and allows students, upon graduation, to have the opportunity to become full-time employees in their field of their choice: ranging from operations, engineering, finance, HR, customer service, IT and commercial, to name a few roles.

The main focus of Al Eqla’a is to help those who have interest in a career in aviation gain skills to work in critical roles within Abu Dhabi Airports. To know more about Al Eqla’a, or to apply to join the program, email ntp@adac.ae. It is a great chance for fresh graduates to get a job in international organization that provides all kinds of benefits to their employees, like accommodation, medical, transportation incentives and many others benefits and opportunities in addition, obviously to salary.
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