Projects in UAE
The United Arab Emirates
UAE
The United Arab Emirates is the constitutional federation of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al-Quwain, Ras Al Khaimah, and Al Fujairah. It stretched over 1448 km from the west coast of Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman, where water and land overlap, to the Arabian Peninsula.

Rich of pearls which have been sustaining the UAE population for centuries, the coastline is studded with islands, coral reefs and ridges. Nearly 200 islands fall under the UAE territory on Persian Gulf, including Abu Dhabi Island, capital of United Arab Emirates, Das Island which is rich in Oil, Delma Island which is rich in pearls, Umm Al Nar Island, Saadyat Island, Hamra Island near Ras Al Khaimah, Abu Moosa Island, Greater Tunb Island, Lesser Tunb Island, and other islands which have left their mark on UAE.

Climate
This is a destination with almost year-round sunshine, little rainfall and near perfect winter temperatures.
UAE Climate
Temperatures range from a low of around 13°C on a winter’s night, to a high of around 42°C on a summer’s day. The cooler months, November to April, are the most pleasant time to visit, when temperatures are around 24°C during the day and 13°C at night.




Modern History
The various coastal towns in the Trucial States enjoyed flourishing economy throughout the nineteenth century and in the first decade of the 20th century primarily due to a lucrative pearling industry in the region. The boom in the pearling industry, however, was cut short when World War 1 broke, and was further severely impaired by the economic depression that followed in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The invention of cultured pearl by the Japanese, however, proved to be the final straw that led to the collapse of the industry, leaving the coastal towns of Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah reeling in such loss.
UAE History
An astute man, who was to become the first president of the UAE, was born to Abu Dhabi ruler Sheikh Sultan at the onset of this economic shakedown, around 1918. Named after his grandfather and the youngest of four sons, Sheikh Zayed at an early age displayed a keen interest in acquiring knowledge and in understanding the desert and the sea, and how people relate to their environment.

Sheikh Zayed was only 28 when he became the Ruler’s Representative in Al Ain, administering the needs of six villages as well as the neighbouring region. The young leader utilized this time to gain a deep understanding of the government and the existing tribes, whilst laying out plans that led Al Ain to become a model community in terms of agriculture, water supply and education, amongst other important areas of development.

UAE - Then and Now


On the background, rudimentary oil exploration has been taking place in Abu Dhabi dating back in the 1930s. At the time a consortium of Western oil companies operating in Iraq (under the name Iraq Petroleum Company) sought to explore the lower gulf for oil and found a potential oilfield in Abu Dhabi. Concession agreements between the company and Abu Dhabi’s ruler were signed over a period of several years which culminated to the establishment of the first oil company in Abu Dhabi, called Petroleum Development (Trucial Coast), in 1951. Eleven years later, the first export of crude oil from Abu Dhabi was underway.

In 1968, the British announced their planned withdrawal in three year’s time. As soon as the prospect of being independent became apparent, Sheikh Zayed, who succeeded his brother as ruler of Abu Dhabi in 1966, lost no time rallying rulers of the other emirates to form a strong federation and on December 2, 1971, the United Arab Emirates was born.

Sheikh Zayed, who was consequently elected as UAE president by his fellow rulers, utilized the state’s enormous oil-based income to promote the welfare of his people through education and infrastructure development, and his 33 year-rule saw the state develop at unprecedented pace. From an ancestry of semi-nomadic people who depended on seafaring and pearling in the summer and date palm gardening during the winter, Abu Dhabi has now acceded as one of the world’s most promising and sophisticated business and holiday centres. And all these happened in less than three quarters of a century.

Population
Populatuin
Abu Dhabi is the largest and most populated of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates, with over 80% of its landmass. The emirate’s population, now over 1.6 million, is growing at an average annual rate of 4.7%. Across the UAE, Emirati citizens make up nearly 20% of the total population; the other 80% are expatriates from Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe and North                                                                                                         America.

Language
Arabic is the official language, although English is widely spoken and most road and shop signs and restaurant menus are in both languages. The further out of town you go, the more Arabic you will find, both written and spoken.
Language
There are three types of spoken Arabic in contemporary Abu Dhabi. The oldest form of the language is known as Classical Arabic (think Shakespearean English), which is not commonly spoken by Arabs today, at least not in their everyday conversations. The revelation of Quran in Classical Arabic explains for the most part why the language has been preserved down the centuries; it is also the language of royal and princely courts, and the educated elite throughout Islamic history.


Abu Dhabi locals speak Gulf Arabic, which is the native spoken language of Arab nationals in countries such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Southern Iraq, UAE and to a lesser extent, Oman.

Religion
Religion
Islam is the official religion of the UAE, and is widely practised. The basis of Islam is the belief that there is only one God and that Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) is his messenger. The Islamic holy day is Friday. Muslim is required to pray (facing Mecca) five times a day. The times vary according to the position of the sun, when the modern-day call-to-prayer is transmitted through loudspeakers on mosque minarets.
The UAE Constitution provides for freedom of religion in accordance with established customs. Abu Dhabi is tolerant of other religions with people being free to practice their religious beliefs, so long as they do not interfere with Islam.

Bartender/ Barista at Cafe (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
Do you want to work abroad and earn good money? We have a good opportunity for you to realize yourself as Bartender/ Barista in one of the most popular Cafes in Abu Dhabi. Join the team of Cafe and start you career right now!

Location: Abu Dhabi, UAE

Working conditions:
• work and residence permit paid by employer
• official contract
• salary – 880USD
• duty meals
• shared accommodation
• vacations, transport
• air tickets

Requirements:
• previous work experience on the same position (1-2 years min)
• good English skills
• customer oriented person
• great communicative skills, creativity


Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua

http://resumes.clarusapex.com/

Dance/ Gymnastics Instructor for kids (Kuwait)
We are actively searching for active, energetic, creative and sociable people for work at sport club in Kuwait. If you have the experience working as Dance or Gymnastics Instructor for kids - feel free to send us your CV!

Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait

Working conditions:
• Work and residence permit paid by customer
• Salary 1000-1330USD + service charge (salary depends upon experience of candidates)

• Official contract (2 years)
• Transportation
• Shared accommodation
• One-way air ticket, vacations
• Full medical insurance

Requirements:
• Work experience as Dance/ Gymnastics
Instructor for kids (1-2 years min)
• Diploma or qualification in Sports Coaching (Gymnastics/Dance)
• Knowledge of rhythmic gymnastics (preferable)
• Sociable person, fluent English speaker
• Active, creative, confident and stress-resistant person

Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua

http://resumes.clarusapex.com/

Waitress at Restaurant (UAE, Ajman)
Do you want to relocate to one of the richest countries in the world and work in the customer service field? We have a project for you in Ajman - Waitress at Restaurant!

Location: Ajman, UAE

Working conditions:
Work and residence permit paid by customer
Official salary 410USD + tips (up to 15%)
Official contract
Accommodation
Full medical insurance, paid vacation
Air tickets

Requirements:
• Work experience as a Waitress (1 year min)
• Sociable person, fluent English speaker
• Customer-oriented, active personality

Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua


http://resumes.clarusapex.com/

Fitness Instructor at fitness club (UAE)
Our new Employer is actively looking for Fitness Instructors to join his network of fitness clubs in UAE. If you have experience working as Fitness Instructor - send us your CV!

Location: UAE

Working conditions:
• Work and residence permit paid by customer
• Official salary 950USD + bonuses (up to 1770USD)

• Official contract for 2 years
• Air tickets, vacations
• Accommodation provided
 • Full medical insurance

Requirements:
• Previous work experience as Fitness Instructor (2 years min)
• Degree/qualification in Sports/Fitness
• Fitness Instructor Certificate
• Fluent English speaker, Arabic is the advantage
• Knowledge of First Aid

Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua

http://resumes.clarusapex.com/

Gym Supervisor in Abu Dhabi, UAE (women fitness club)

Gym Supervisor in Abu Dhabi, UAE - excellent equipment, perfect training programmes, motivating staff.

This is the 1st company to lead the way in providing fitness services in very convenient locations like residential buildings and office blocks. This fitness club is here to provide a healthier lifestyle to all ages by being budget friendly and time saving.

Working conditions:

  • Salary - $2220  including:

  • Accommodation for the first month;

  • Free joining ticket and vacation ticket after 1 year

  • Free medical health care

  • 30 days annual leave

Requirements:

  • Qualification diploma/certificate

  • Good communication skills, English - upper intermediate

  • Energetic, active, passionate about sport person

Nice to have:

  • Customer-service skills

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Listening skills

Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua

http://resumes.clarusapex.com/

Fitness Instructor in Abu Dhabi, UAE (women fitness club)
Fitness Instructor in Abu Dhabi, UAE

- excellent equipment, perfect training programmes, motivating staff.


This is the 1st company to lead the way in providing fitness services in very convenient locations like residential buildings and office blocks. This fitness club is here to provide a healthier lifestyle to all ages by being budget friendly and time saving.

Working conditions:

  • Salary - $1945  including:

  • Accommodation for the first month;

  • Free joining ticket and ticket after 2 years

  • Free medical health care

  • 30 days annual leave

Requirements:

  • Qualification diploma/certificate

  • Good communication skills, English - upper intermediate

  • Energetic, active, passionate about sport person

Nice to have:

  • Customer-service skills

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Listening skills

Contact us from 9 a.m till 6 p.m (on weekdays)
phone: +38(044)-461-97-94 or e-mail: applyHere@clarus.com.ua

http://resumes.clarusapex.com/