The Financial Control Department in the Umm Al Quwain government announced the availability of an accountant position, and set three conditions for applying to it, which are that the applicant is a citizen of the country, that he has a bachelor's degree in accounting, and that he is fluent in both Arabic and English, speaking and writing.
She explained that whoever finds himself qualified for the job sends his CV and copies of educational qualifications and experience certificates to the following e-mail: [email protected]
On the other hand
The Minister of Economy, Abdullah bin Touq Al-Marri, revealed that the number of employees working in the cooperative sector in the country is about 13,000, working in 43 “cooperatives” spread across the various emirates of the country, explaining that citizens constitute 6% of the total workers in cooperatives, (more than More than 780 citizens) working in senior and resettable jobs.
In a speech he delivered during the Federal National Council’s discussion of a “federal draft law on cooperatives” at the closing session of the third ordinary session of the 17th legislative term, the minister stressed that “cooperatives” are a self-assembly consisting of people who share common goals through which they seek to Achieving their aspirations and goals to meet their various economic, social, cultural and other needs.
He explained that “cooperatives” are divided into seven different types: “financial, productive, consumer, professional, multi-stakeholder, societal, and new forms and models of cooperatives (artificial smart digital).”