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QNB employees who were recruited to the Bank based on their applications at last year’s Qatar Career Fair have been speaking about their success stories at this year’s edition of the Qatar Career Fair. 

Abdullah Al Maliki, a human resources officer, and Maha Al Dosari, a client relations officer at the Bank, where among the successful candidates who were present at QNB’s stand at the Career Fair.

Abdullah Al Maliki spoke about how his career path has taken him full circle and is now able to guide potential candidates at this year’s career fair, having been an applicant a year ago. He said one of the reasons QNB stood out as an employer to him was the keen interest and professionalism demonstrated by his recruiters, which he aims to emulate at this year’s fair to help applicants understand the many opportunities available at QNB Group. 

Their level of professionalism, he said, demonstrated the Bank’s strong corporate culture and commitment to providing Qatari citizens with potential opportunities for personal and professional growth, catered to their academic degrees, aptitude and career preferences.

Soon after last year’s Qatar Fair, Abdullah was contacted by QNB's Human Capital department with an offer. Today he is representing QNB at this year’s fair.

Maha Al Dosari, a client relations officer at the Bank, is another success story.

Maha submitted a job application at the Bank's pavilion at last year’s Career Fair. She said the Bank’s trained Human Capital officers helped her apply for a job that suited her qualifications and personality and soon after her personal interview, was appointed a client relations officer.

After having completed her induction process, Maha began working at the Bank. She spoke highly of the support and encouragement she received from the Bank’s managers and officers.

Maha has also been keen to develop her professional skills and has attended specialized courses at the Bank’s Training and Development centre. She admires the respect and consideration that all employees receive and the precise training provided to new employees to prepare them for various highly challenging roles across the QNB Group.

Maha said QNB’s approach to supporting national candidates is one of the reasons why the Bank enjoys the highest percentage of Qatari nationals in the local banking sector. She said this is supplemented by the Bank’s clear appreciation of the roles women can fulfill in the Banking sector, by providing them with full rights and all the incentives and support they need to access leadership positions.

Maha and Abdullah invite all interested Qatari citizens to visit the Bank’s stand at the Career Fair to understand the many attractive job opportunities on offer at the leading financial institution in the country which is keen on developing more national talent.

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