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Papla
19-06-07, 08:55
Wczoraj w robocie przyszedl email z Expression of Interest (do zainteresowanych) o skladanie podan o prace w Abu Dhabi.

No i tak sobie mysle, pensja taka sama, ale dochodzi darmowe mieszkanie, dodatek zagraniczny, przeloty.. no i zero podatkow

kobita sie napalila, ja chyba troche tez, choc szanse male, bo jedna rubryka mowi "jak dobrze gadasz i piszesz po arabsku" ale....

chyba zloze

Shandor
19-06-07, 09:32
:) ale fajnie... też bym tak chciała :(

Karla
19-06-07, 10:49
Jakas jedna tajemnicza osoba poleca odpowiednie wyposażenie przed wyjazdem ;)

Ale numer... Panie Papla jak pan tam wytrzyma? :)

Porzadny
19-06-07, 11:13
Ja bym sie do arabowa nie pchal. Dzicz i tepota.

Papla
19-06-07, 11:47
jejku, przeciez jeszcze nie jade!!! jeszcze nawet nie napisalem aplikacji... jeszcze nic nie jest zatwierdzone, jeszcze... jeszcze wszystko jest patykiem na wodzie pisane... jedynie jest email w ktorym

(..) successful in winning an international tender to establish the first institute of vocational education and training in Abu Dhabi. The Abu Dhabi Vocational Education and Training Institute (ADVETI) will be fully funded by the Abu Dhabi Government (through the Abu Dhabi Education Council) and will be opening in early September 2007. The Institute will offer programmes and qualifications in a range of vocational areas and prospective students will gain access to intensive English teaching and support, particularly in the first semester of their courses.

Although owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi, the Institute will operate day to day under the auspices of TAFE NSW for the duration of the contract. While many staff members of the ADVETI will be drawn from TAFE NSW, there will be a significant and growing presence of Emiratis. An underlying philosophy of the Institute is one of Emiratisation, which will see TAFE NSW staff mentor and train Emirati nationals to take over the management and staffing of the Institute.

Barry Peddle, Director South Western Sydney Institute, has been appointed as the inaugural Director of ADVETI. Barry will be supported by other senior TAFE NSW staff in the establishment and management of the Institute.

ADVETI is currently in the Design and Start-up Phase, which includes

• The refurbishment of an existing educational facility in Abu Dhabi and the procurement of appropriate furniture and equipment. A team has also been working to establish a range of operational and management systems for the Institute. This work is being undertaken by senior TAFE NSW staff temporarily located both in Abu Dhabi and Sydney.

• Extensive analysis of industry and enterprise needs and the development of curriculum to address these needs. This work is being undertaken by the relevant Curriculum Centres of TAFE NSW. The initial curriculum offerings are currently being finalised and will include customised courses leading to local qualifications in a wide range of industry areas.




3. Recruitment of ADVETI Staff

The recruitment of long term ADVETI management and teaching staff is now commencing. During this process, new eligibility lists will be established for a range of positions. This process is an EOI only.

Staff recruited in this phase will be offered the following general employment conditions funded by ADVETI:
• Duration of appointment
o It is anticipated that appointment will be from mid August 2007 for periods of one semester, one, two or three years, depending on the needs of the Institute
• Salaries
o The salary for each position is based on the current TAFE salary as noted in each EOI form (Part B)
• Hours of work
o Hours of work will be based on the academic calendar developed in accordance with the local environment. Teaching hours will be averaged and annualised and will be consistent with TAFE NSW conditions
• Leave
o Leave will reflect the Institute’s academic calendar
o The granting of any leave will be at the discretion of the Director of the Institute taking into account educational and legislative requirements
• Allowances
o In-country incentive
o Education expenses for up to three children according to ADVETI agreement to cover expenses to attend an international school
o Removal of personal effects up to a limit specified in the relevant Abu Dhabi Government schedule
o One off payment to cover the purchase of personal effects
o Health insurance for the employee and eligible family members as required by the laws of the UAE
• Travel and accommodation
o Return air travel (economy class) for officer, spouse and children (if any) at the beginning and end of his / her appointment and at the end of each academic year
o Transfers
o Furnished apartment style accommodation provided by ADVETI schedule

Questions relating to the ADVETI project should be directed by email to ADVETIrecruitment@det.nsw.edu.au.


3. The Context – the United Arab Emirates

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven sovereign sheikhdoms, formed when the British withdrew from the Gulf in 1971. The seven Emirates are:
• Abu Dhabi
• Dubai
• Sharjah
• Ras Al Khaimah
• Ajman
• Fujairah and
• Umm Al Quwain.

Full country name: United Arab Emirates
Area: 83,600 sq km
Population: 5 million
Capital City: Abu Dhabi
People: Arab, Indian, Pakistani, Iranian, other expatriates
Language: Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Persian, English
Religion: Muslim (96%) Hindu, Christian and other (4%)
Government: Federation with specified powers delegated to the UAE federal government and other powers reserved to member emirates

Abu Dhabi

Everything in Abu Dhabi is modern, sleek and shiny. The United Arab Emirate's capital has been recently declared “the richest city in the world” by Fortune Magazine (March 19, 2007). However, it is by far a more conservative and traditional emirate than Dubai. Traces of the pearling village it was a short time ago can be found below the surface of modern Abu Dhabi. The city's old streets and the Old Fort are good places to discover local history, Islamic art - both ancient and modern, and the ageless life of wharf and Souk (the traditional Arab marketplace). The second-largest mosque in the world, named after the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahayan, is currently under construction. The Abu Dhabi Cultural Foundation has a library, a theatre featuring English language films, and often hosts events like art exhibitions or book fairs. The Marina Mall is a very modern, waterside shopping complex with the most modern designer boutiques, international food court, cinemas and children’s entertainment a

araj
19-06-07, 15:54
nie ,dofo cie potrzebuje

inde
20-06-07, 00:27
jedz... i nie wracaj:)

Papla
20-06-07, 10:04
dziekuje.... ja ciebie tez

Miekki
20-06-07, 15:21
w abu dhabi też jest net

Papla
21-06-07, 14:39
cenzurowany pewnie...

inde
22-06-07, 00:32
w nie znacznej czesci tak:)

Papla
22-06-07, 00:59
i tak mam wasze glosowanie w nosie.. juz napisalem polowe , a dzisiaj dokoncze

RIP
22-06-07, 01:03
U "muzelmana" bedziesz robił? No jak to...Papla, co z tobą...nierozumiem :10: :(

:)

Papla
22-06-07, 02:05
a kto ty jestes ze mam niby brac twoje zdanie pod uwage? znam cie? znasz mnie? wiedz prosze per PAN do mnie

RIP
22-06-07, 02:23
Chodziło mi o to, że skoro płaca ta sama to jaką mowytwację masz jechać tyle kilometrów, zwłaszcza ze nie pałasz sympatią do muzulmanów. Ja na przykład mógłbym pracować nawet i w mongolii ale za 10x większą kasę niż w Polsce.
Chyba, że darmowe mieszkanie, przeloty, chęć przygody itp. to ta wartość dodana. ZEA całkiem ciekawe miejsce.

Papla
22-06-07, 08:05
no i gut

wyslalem... zobaczymy :)