To serve its business in “Emirates Airlines” and “Dnata”

Emirates Group: Employing 500 technology professionals within 6 months

The group seeks to build its own talent line with expertise in various fields.

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The Emirates Group announced yesterday that it intends to hire 500 IT professionals over the next six months, to build its own talent pipeline with expertise in various fields, including cybersecurity, technology product management, and practices that combine software development and information technology operations. , in addition to hybrid cloud computing, modern architecture, software engineering, service management, digital workplace, express delivery and innovation.

In a statement, the group stated that it is working to provide opportunities for information technology professionals to join the world of aviation and travel, in order to serve technological development, and to use applications on a large scale in various roles across the group's business, which includes "Emirates Airlines", the largest international carrier in the world, and " dnata is one of the world's largest comprehensive air service providers.

She emphasized that it creates a dynamic and diversified technical environment, providing career growth opportunities to serve the requirements of B2C (from companies to customers) and B2B (from companies to companies), noting that it supports more than 40 different companies and brands in Dubai and the world.

The group stated that, in addition to its own internal programmes, it has also invested in a number of innovation programs such as the Aviation X-Lab in partnership with General Electric, Airbus, Thales and Collins Aerospace, and an incubator incubator in partnership with Accenture and Microsoft.

"The Emirates Group continues to invest in technologies and introduce innovative solutions based on artificial intelligence, data analysis and smart solutions, in order to provide our products and service our loyal customers with the utmost efficiency and flexibility," said Adel Al Reda, Chief Operating Officer of Emirates Airlines.

• The group creates a diversified technical environment that offers career growth opportunities.

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