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As part of its efforts to develop human resources and help national talents hone their skills, as well as build a firm based on efficiency, QNB recently announced that it concluded its preparations to participate in the Qatar Career Fair (QCF) 2012, held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, the Heir Apparent of the State of Qatar, from 1-5 March 2012 at the Qatar International Exhibition Centre (QIEC) in the Education City.

The exhibition aims to build on the success achieved in previous years, which was well received by institutions, job seekers and the participants in general.

The QFC is considered as one of the most important events in the country, and plays a significant role in offering unique opportunities to Qatari youth seeking appropriate employment opportunities. It also oversees the significant picture across all sectors, which makes QNB one of the first institutions in the country to participate in it, in support of Qatar's aspiring objectives for its citizens.

By taking part in the QCF 2012, QNB seeks to recruit the largest number of national talents. Additionally, the Qatarization ratio at QNB is the highest in the banking sector and currently exceeds 50%, with 59% of its Executive Management, 44% of its top management and 31% of its administration being Qatari employees. Noting that, the ratio of Qatari branch managers at the Bank is now 80%.

Mr. Yousef Al Othman, General Manager, Group Human Capital said: “QNB is committed towards developing young Qataris in various fields, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 that aims to transform Qatar into a developed country that is able to achieve sustainable development. Building on that, the Bank’s senior management dedicates its efforts to provide the best employment opportunities for Qatari graduates from high schools and universities as well as experienced professionals, in order to contribute to the achievement of the country’s goals.”

Al-Othman also said that QNB, which already has the largest Qatarisation ratio in the banking sector, is keen to elevate this ratio and attract more national talents at QCF.

He added that the bank has received 500 job applications in the last year, which demonstrates the attractiveness of the work environment of QNB and provides the best benefits for the applicants, as well as the highest development standards the Bank follows to help these national talents achieve professional security and stability.

At the end, Mr. Al Othman invited visitors to visit the QNB pavilion and review the best available career opportunities that fit their qualifications. In addition to that, the Bank’s staff will be there to provide every visitor with guidance on how to acquire the appropriate job.

In its pavilion at QCF, QNB offers job opportunities that address the requirements of the market, in addition to training courses for applicants in areas of English language, computer and banking, through its dedicated training and development centre. The Bank is also committed to provide Qatari talents with contiuous support to help them develop their skills and reach their future goals in its various departments.

QNB’s Human Resources Department staff has a clear strategy to deal with applicants from students and fresh graduates and other professionals in order to accelerate their administrative procedures.

QNB participates in QCF on a regular basis, and also organises its own career exhibition.

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