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UAE Central Bank Hiring: Jobs Open To Expats
UAE Central Bank Hiring

UAE Central Bank Hiring: Jobs Open To Expats

UAE Central Bank Hiring

UAE Central Bank hiring: Jobs Open To Expats; Click For Positions

Most vacancies open for applications until end of March of this year

UAE’s Central Bank is looking for professionals in its various departments. Several vacancies have opened up in areas of research and statistics, risk management, monetary and reserve management, banking supervision, IT, HR, communication and international relations, internal audit, legal affairs, anti-money laundering and suspicious cases, strategy and organisation excellence and administration affairs.

Most vacancies are open for applications until the end of March of this year. Applications are being accepted for positions such as research analyst, senior officer – statistics management, senior officer – operational risk, senior fund manager – capital markets, economist, senior financial analyst, examiners – exchange houses, banking supervisor, specialist IT and control, manager planning and recruitment, officer media and public enquiries among many others.

All details of the advertised vacancies have been listed on the bank’s website but salaries and pay package details have not been mentioned. For more information check

The bank is also looking for nationals who have recently graduated.

Those interested can apply an online form with the required personal and educational details and expected monthly salary.

The Central Bank has five branches, seven departments, seven divisions, seven units and the risk bureau.

The five branches are in major cities of the country, in addition to the head office located in the capital city Abu Dhabi.

Central Bank branches are located in Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah and Al Ain.

These branches facilitate inter-bank dealings as well as commercial banks’ dealings with the Central Bank. Each branch consists of three main sections, namely, banking operations, accounts and administrative affairs.


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