Muscat: The Ministry of Labor and the Oman Society for Oil Services (OPAL) launched an initiative to localize the position of fuel station manager for the diploma and bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration and related fields, which will benefit from about 655 fuel stations located in the Sultanate.
This initiative comes within the efforts of the Ministry and the Society to localize, enable and develop this sector with capable national outputs and able to manage work in these stations and confirm the principle of the Ministry in cooperating with the private sector in reviewing and Omanisation the professions of the different sectors.
His Excellency Sheikh Nasr bin Amer Al Hosani, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Labor for Labor, said that this decision was an embodiment of cooperation between the Ministry and the private sector to enable and provide job opportunities commensurate with those looking for work.
His Excellency indicated that this decision will provide more than 655 job opportunities from holders of higher diplomas and bachelors degrees in business administration and related fields, stressing his happiness that the Ministry is working to review various professions in the private sector and study the possibility of resettlement and replace them and issue the necessary decisions to support Emiratisation and follow up its implementation.
His Excellency explained that the Omani Association for Oil Services and Marketing Companies will have a role in training and empowering job seekers in the skills and knowledge necessary to fill this job, and will also work in cooperation with the Ministry to follow up the implementation of the stations for this decision.
Abdul Rahman bin Humaid Al Yahya, CEO of the Oman Association for Oil Services (OPAL), said that this initiative came within the framework of cooperation between the Ministry of Labor and the Association to provide job opportunities for Omani youth in the energy sector.
Al Yahyai added that the association aims to strengthen the energy sector in the Sultanate as a sector capable of international competition, by upgrading the operating standards of member companies and establishing an understanding on the minimum agreed standards in order to create a level playing field within this sector.
Nabhan bin Ahmed Al-Battashi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Federation of the Sultanate’s Workers, said: “Omanis have proven many successes in many vital and important sectors when they find adequate empowerment and care, as the Omanisation percentage in some of these sectors has reached more than 90%.”
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