Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) recently joined a forum on the nationalization of jobs (Liqaat) which was held at Dhahran International Exhibition Center (DIEC) in the Eastern Province.
Maaden presented a number of jobs in areas related to engineering, geology, accounting, HR, and IT with a view to attracting newly graduated Saudi youths and enrolling them into qualification programs.
They include carriers of bachelor and master degrees.
Maaden also plans to attract graduates of secondary and diploma programs to join training programs organized in cooperation with Jubail Industrial College.
The programs are aimed to develop skills of the candidates and furnish them with modern technical know-how to work in various projects of the company Kingdomwide.
Maaden seeks to develop mining industries as one of major pillars of Saudi industrial base by transferring and nationalization of modern technology thus contributing effectively to sustainable national development by creating jobs and improving levels of education and training.
Saudization rate at Maaden has so far reached 63 percent, thus placing it in ‘green’ category in the ongoing Nitaqat program, which measures to what extent Saudi private sector firms are applying the required levels of Saudization program at these firms.
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