Nice use of Notes/Domino in Dubai
From Khaleej Times: eJob portal to benefit local, expatriate job seekers
DUBAI - The Dubai government will create new opportunities for job seekers and employers in the Emirate through the eJob portal that aims to provide enhanced employment services for both locals and expatriates in the public and private sectors.
Job seekers can now post their CVs on the bilingual eJob portal (http://ejob.dubai.ae/), previously servicing local citizens in the public sector only, and search for available full-time and part-time vacancies, while employers will be able to advertise positions and access a rich database of candidates, searching for those with the qualifications and skills needed for their businesses.
"The all round expansion and development activities taking place in Dubai have created numerous employment opportunities in the emirate, attracting individuals not only from across the region but from many other parts of the world to visit Dubai and seek jobs here. By opening up our services to the expatriate community and the private sector, job seekers all around can now use the portal to explore the job market in Dubai, while organisations can take advantage of a larger pool of skills that is made available to them through the portal," said Salem Al Shair, eServices Director, Dubai eGovernment. "This is very much in line with our vision to bring new growth opportunities to Dubai through the use of advanced technologies."
The new eJob portal was developed by the IBM Software Group Services, using IBM's Lotus Domino software.