Nawras creates 17% more jobs

Nawras, Oman’s customer friendly communications provider is committed to creating 150 new jobs in a move that will see the company’s employee numbers jump significantly with an immediate increase of 17%.  Under the guidance of the Ministry of Manpower and the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, Nawras is currently holding events to interview invited job seekers and to provide them with all the information they need to join this award winning full service provider.

“We are delighted to have this great opportunity to grow the Nawras family even further and to provide rewarding careers for so many more young people in our exciting business of serving the people of Oman with pleasingly different communication services,” said Chief Executive Officer, Ross Cormack.

He continued, “Through our recruitment drive in response to the job creation initiative, Nawras is proud to have committed, so far as we have heard, to the highest percentage increase in employee numbers, in terms of proportionate expansion, when compared to any other company in the private sector, so far.”

Becoming the latest ‘Nawras family members’, the young people joining Nawras will be able to look forward to working in an innovative and caring culture where their career development will be carefully nurtured and encouraged.  Each will have a company mentor to help them settle in and grow in their role. They will be able to look forward to working in one of the Sultanate’s top companies with a mission to be the communications provider and employer of choice in Oman.

Responsible for bringing significant advances to the telecommunication landscape in Oman, Nawras recently listed on the Muscat Stock Market as the country’s fourth largest company by market value.

Nawras, a member of the Qtel Group, started offering its pleasingly different mobile services in 2005 and in 2010 launched pleasingly different fixed services to provide broadband internet to corporate and residential customers.  This year will see the company extend its Home Broadband coverage to over 80% of households in the country.

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