The Emirates group wants to recruit Tunisian ICT experts | African Manager

Tunisian IT experts with the required skills need look no further than the Emirates Group to advance their careers. The group includes Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, and dnata, one of the world’s leading providers of air and travel services.

The group will kick off its recruitment campaign in Tunis with an invitation-only information session on November 15, 2022. To be shortlisted for the session and meet the group’s IT specialist and recruitment teams, technology specialists can click here

Over the next few months, the group is looking to recruit more than 800 IT experts for a selection of positions in the following areas: software engineering, DevOps, hybrid cloud, Agile delivery, technical product management, digital workplace, cybersecurity, IT architecture, innovation and service management.

Adel Al Redha, Chief Operating Officer of Emirates, said: “Dubai ranks among the top 10 cities in the world where technology experts aspire to work on initiatives and the development of future applications. As a global airline, we seek to continually improve our products and the efficiency of our operations, and we invest in the future to take advantage of technological developments and improve the skills of our employees. We are eager to attract talent to be part of our IT staff. We have an array of exciting and challenging technology and innovation projects in the pipeline, some of which will shape many of our day-to-day processes and activities. We know they will be the bedrock of dream careers for tech savvy people.”

In general, the group’s IT team works on top tier projects across B2C, B2B, support functions and operations for over 40 brands and companies in Dubai and globally. The team effectively designs, develops and maintains software and systems that really help manage operations, increase revenue, streamline costs, optimize business and people efficiency, and internal engagement. Recent projects carried out by the IT team include the launch of the sale of the Emirates Premium Economy product, the optimization of catering using artificial intelligence models, the integration of biometrics for the self-service check-in and bag drop, as well as Dnata’s cargo and asset management systems.

Employees in the Tech division have tremendous opportunities to introduce advanced technologies and the latest applications into airline operations, embark on the development of flexible and user-friendly customer interfaces, use in-depth data analysis and implement machine learning and robotics in partnership with industry leaders.

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