Bank Sohar lately carried out different assessment sessions for potential Omani candidates searching for appropriate positions inside the bank. These sessions reiterate the bank’s commitment towards supporting Omani youth in developing a sustainable financial benefit for the sultanate and following the choice of Council of Ministers on the provision of 25,000 jobs.
Working with the Ministry of Manpower by means of the Meera recruitment platform, 83 candidates have completed the assessment workout in 4 batches, out of which a considerable quantity have currently been interviewed for varying positions inside the organisation.
Using state-of-the-art internationally developed assessment tools with the highest requirements of transparency and a scientific-primarily based method, the assessment measures the common reasoning skills of candidates in line with the needs of the jobs they will be interviewed for.
Mohammed Mahfoodh al Ardhi, chairman of Bank Sohar, mentioned, “We are diligently working in line with government directives that aim to support and develop the national manpower reserves in every sphere of the banking industry. As a community-oriented bank, we have channelled substantial investments into not just supporting the national quotas for Omanistion but to also create fulfilling career opportunities for aspiring, talented Omanis. Stemming from such belief, we have recently also promoted Omani senior management to executive management positions subsequently witnessing them take on greater responsibilities within the bank.”
Candidates that have currently passed the assessment phase are becoming interviewed for distinct positions inside the bank.
Information Source: Muscat Daily