Jobs in Qatar or GCC countries በኳታር እና አካባቢው ፕሮፌሽናል ስራ ለመፈለግ

Forum rules
በአካባቤያችን የምናገኛቸውን ክፍት የስራ እድሎች ሌሎች ወገኖቻችን እንዲያውቁ፡
የስራ ማመልከቻዎችን ፡ በስራ ቃለመጠይቅ ጊዜ መደረግ ስለሚገቡ ነገሮች ለመማማር እና ለመረዳዳት
Neba
Posts: 3
Joined: 13 Oct 2009 07:03
Contact:

Jobs in Qatar or GCC countries በኳታር እና አካባቢው ፕሮፌሽናል ስራ ለመፈለግ

Unread postby Neba » 21 Nov 2009 07:32

This post is intended of helping with information how to search jobs for those who are interested-in to work in Qatar. I/We have seen many fellow country men/women suffering in search of a job & made decisions which they wouldn't, given that they were well informed before setting their foot. Besides, there are also young graduates facing difficulty in finding a job in Ethiopia, so this might serve as an option.
Qatar is an Arab emirate in the Middle East, occupying the small Qatar Peninsula on the northeasterly coast of the larger Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the south; otherwise the Persian Gulf surrounds the state.
Qatar is an oil and gas-rich nation, with the third largest gas reserves and the second highest GDP per capita in the world. An absolute monarchy, Qatar has been ruled by the al-Thani family since the mid-1800s and has since transformed itself from a poor British protectorate noted mainly for pearling into an independent state with significant oil and natural gas revenues. During the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Qatari economy was crippled by a continuous siphoning off of petroleum revenues by the Amir, who had ruled the country since 1972. His son, the current Amir Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, overthrew him in a bloodless coup in 1995. In 2001, Qatar resolved its longstanding border disputes with both Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. Right now Qatar is marching on the development track.

Here I'll post some sites which I think will help you search the job right from where you are with out incurring any cost:
1/ http://www.naukrigulf.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false
2/ http://my.monstergulf.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false
3/ http://qa.jobisland.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false
4/ http://www.gulftalent.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false
5 / http://www.bayt.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false

These are some of the websites which can help you search a job in Qatar and other gulf countries. You can sign up and submit your C.V. and fill the required information.
In addition to that, in case if you get the job you are looking for, you have to be able to negotiate your employment deal. In gulf countries:- there is no income tax calculation on your salary, transportation + accommodation will be ,either provided in the form of the service or you will be paid allowance aside from your basic salary by the hiring company[its a must imposed by their labor law] . In case of accommodation bachelor and families are treated differently, due to their social/religious values.
Currently they stopped issuing Ethiopian female visa-may be temporarily.
Updates will be made in the near future, and if you know better plz post your info, it might affect some one's life positively.
And I would like to thank OC who brought up this idea in the first place...thanks again man, what ever the result, the idea is sacred.
Your constructive opinions are welcome.

Neba
Posts: 3
Joined: 13 Oct 2009 07:03
Contact:

Re: Jobs in Qatar or GCC countries

Unread postby Neba » 21 Nov 2009 07:54

Few things about Qatar from Wikipedia
Main article: History of Qatar


Image

Zubara fort
Recent discoveries on the edge of an island in the West of Qatar indicate early human presence in pre-historic Qatar. Discovery of a 6th millennium BC site at Shagra, in the South-east of Qatar revealed the key role the sea (Gulf) played in the lives of Shagra’s inhabitants. Excavation at Al-Khore in the North-east of Qatar, Bir Zekrit and Ras Abaruk, and the discovery there of pottery, flint, flint-scraper tools, and painted ceramic vessels there indicates Qatar’s connection with the Al-Ubaid civilization which flourished in the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates during the period of 5th –4th millennium BC. There had also been a barter-based trading system between the settlements at Qatar and the Ubaid Mesopotamia, in which the exchanged commodities were mainly pottery and dried fish.[9]
Economy

Main article: Economy of Qatar

Image
Qatar's capital, Doha.
Qatar has experienced rapid economic growth over the last several years on the back of high oil prices, and in 2008 posted its eighth consecutive budget surplus. Economic policy is focused on developing Qatar's nonassociated natural gas reserves and increasing private and foreign investment in non-energy sectors, but oil and gas still account for more than 50% of GDP, roughly 85% of export earnings, and 70% of government revenues. Oil and gas have made Qatar the second highest per-capita income country – following Liechtenstein – and one of the world's fastest growing. Proved oil reserves of 15 billion barrels should enable continued output at current levels for 37 years. Qatar's proved reserves of natural gas are nearly 26 trillion cubic meters, about 14% of the world total and third largest in the world. The drop in oil prices in late 2008 and the global financial crisis will reduce Qatar's budget surplus and may slow the pace of investment and development projects in 2009.[7]
Before the discovery of oil, the economy of the Qatari region focused on fishing and pearl hunting. After the introduction of the Japanese cultured pearl onto the world market in the 1920s and 1930s, Qatar's pearling industry faltered. However, the discovery of oil, beginning in the 1940s, completely transformed the state's economy. Now the country has a high standard of living, with many social services offered to its citizens and all the amenities of any modern state.
Qatar’s national income primarily derives from oil and natural gas exports. The country has oil reserves of 15 billion barrels (2.4 km³), while gas reserves in the giant North Field (South Pars for Iran) which straddles the border with Iran and are almost as large as the peninsula itself are estimated to be between 800 trillion cubic feet (23,000 km3) to 80 trillion cubic feet (2,300 km3) (1 trillion cubic feet is equivalent to about 80 million barrels (13,000,000 m3) of oil). Qatar is sometimes referred to as the Saudi Arabia of natural gas. Qataris’ wealth and standard of living compare well with those of Western European states; Qatar has the highest GDP per capita in the Arab World according to the International Monetary Fund (2006)[13] and the second highest GDP per capita in the world according to the CIA World Factbook.[7] With no income tax, Qatar, along with Bahrain, is one of the countries with the lowest tax rates in the world.


Aspire Tower, built for the 2006 Asian Games, is visible across Doha Sports City
While oil and gas will probably remain the backbone of Qatar’s economy for some time to come, the country seeks to stimulate the private sector and develop a “knowledge economy”. In 2004, it established the Qatar Science & Technology Park to attract and serve technology-based companies and entrepreneurs, from overseas and within Qatar. Qatar also established Education City, which consists of international colleges. For the 15th Asian Games in Doha, it established Doha Sports City, consisting of Khalifa stadium, the Aspire Sports Academy, aquatic centres, exhibition centres and many other sports related buildings and centres. Following the success of the Asian Games, Doha kicked off an official bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics in October 2007.[14] Qatar also plans to build an "entertainment city" in the future.
Qatar aims to become a role model for economic and social transformation in the region. Large scale investment in all social and economic sectors will also lead to the development of a strong financial market.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) provides financial institutions with world class services in investment, margin and no-interest loans, and capital support. These platforms are situated in an economy founded on the development of its hydrocarbons resources, specifically its exportation of petroleum. It has been created with a long term perspective to support the development of Qatar and the wider region, develop local and regional markets, and strengthen the links between the energy based economies and global financial markets.
Apart from Qatar itself, which needs to raise capital to finance projects of more than US$130 billion, the QFC also provides a conduit for financial institutions to access nearly US$1 trillion of investments which stretch across the GCC as a whole over the next decade.
The new town of Lusail, the largest project ever in Qatar, is under construction.
[edit]Climate

Main article: Climate of Qatar
[hide]Weather data for Qatar
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average high °F (°C) 72
(22) 73
(23) 81
(27) 90
(32) 100
(38) 106
(41) 106
(41) 106
(41) 100
(38) 95
(35) 84
(29) 75
(24)
Average low °F (°C) 55
(13) 55
(13) 63
(17) 70
(21) 77
(25) 81
(27) 84
(29) 84
(29) 79
(26) 73
(23) 66
(19) 59
(15)
Precipitation inches (mm) 0.5
(12.7) 0.7
(17.8) 0.6
(15.2) 0.3
(7.6) 0.1
(2.5) 0
(0) 0
(0) 0
(0) 0
(0) 0
(0) 0.1
(2.5) 0.5
(12.7)
Source: weather.com[15] 2009-10-26
[edit]Geography

Main article: Geography of Qatar


Desert landscape in Qatar


Map of Qatar
The Qatari peninsula juts 100 miles (161 km) north into the Persian Gulf from Saudi Arabia and is slightly smaller than the state of Massachusetts, USA. Much of the country consists of a low, barren plain, covered with sand. To the southeast lies the spectacular Khor al Adaid (“Inland Sea”), an area of rolling sand dunes surrounding an inlet of the Persian Gulf. There are mild winters and very hot, humid summers.
The highest point in Qatar is Qurayn Abu al Bawl at 103 metres (340 ft)[7] in the Jebel Dukhan to the west, a range of low limestone outcrops running north-south from Zikrit through Umm Bab to the southern border. The Jebel Dukhan area also contains Qatar’s main onshore oil deposits, while the natural gas fields lie offshore, to the northwest of the peninsula.
[edit]Religion

Neba
Posts: 3
Joined: 13 Oct 2009 07:03
Contact:

Re: Jobs in Qatar or GCC countries

Unread postby Neba » 21 Nov 2009 07:58

You can find Qatar labor law : http://www.qatarembassy.net/Qatar_Labour_Law.asp" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false

ኦሽንoc
Leader
Leader
Posts: 1129
Joined: 07 Aug 2009 14:20
Contact:

Re: Jobs in Qatar or GCC countries በኳታር እና አካባቢው ፕሮፌሽናል ስራ ለ

Unread postby ኦሽንoc » 21 Nov 2009 20:10

THANK YOU.. THANK YOU NEBA !
I am glad you posted this useful information for Ethiopian brothers and sisters that look for Professional careers in Middle East countries specially in Qatar.
I am sure a lot of people will find it very useful.
I am sure you will answer for questions arise on this topic. like what a kind of criteria should an applicant should have and related things.


Return to “Job listings, Offering, Interview Tips...ስራ፡ የስራ እድሎች”