Latest Job Openings At Emaar Careers 2021

  • Full Time
  • Dubai
  • 30000 AED / Month

Emaar Properties Group

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Organization Name Emaar Properties Group
Job Location Dubai
Nationality Selective (Update)
Education Equivalent Degree/Diploma
Experience Mandatory
Salary Discuss During an Interview
Benefits As Per UAE Labor Law

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All Details About Emaar Properties

Founded in 1996, Emaar Group is the world’s leading real estate development company with a valuation of over $9.7 billion. Located in the United Arab Emirates, Emaar is a public jointed stock company that is also listed on the Dubai Financial Market. The group owns six business segments, 60 companies. It has presence in 36 global locations including prime spots in Middle East, Asia Pacific Europe, North America and North Africa. Some of the most notable projects of Emaar group include the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world and the grand Dubai Mall. Subsidiaries of Emaar group include

Emaar Properties, Emaar International, Emaar Hospitality, Emaar Malls, Emaar Hotels & Resorts, Emaar Retail, Burj Khalifa, Emaar Community Management, Emaar Technologies, Emaar Industries and Investments, Amlak Finance, Emaar Investment Holdings, Hamptons International. Emaar Group employs over 6600 people worldwide and is a major contributor towards the economy and community, a service that has won it numerous accolades and awards.

Therefore Emaar Group Careers has many divisions and variety for you to work for.

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