Premier Recruitment Limited, a labour externalization company in Uganda has announced an urgent need for a female Ugandan to work as a welfare manager in Saudi Arabia.
According to the company, this is a special job opportunity and only one candidate will be selected once deemed successful and through the interview process. The candidate who will be deployed to work in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia will earn a monthly salary in the range of 500-800 USD (1.7million-2.8million shillings), with extra fringe benefits which include; food, accommodation, and transport
The prerequisite for the female Ugandans interested in this job is a passport, an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae (CV), must be fluent in English, Luganda, and Arabic, and should also possess a valid Covid-19 Vaccinationc certificate alongside an Interpol clearance certificate. The potential candidate should be aged between 21-40 years
To apply for this opportunity, or get more information about the registration fees and other costs, you can reach Premier Recruitment on Office line: +256707555001 or +256707555018 or visit their offices located on Kampala road, Crane Chambers building, First Floor Opposite City square.
Premier Recruitment has in recent months been sensitizing Ugandans about processes, procedures, costs, requirements, and benefits of seeking employment abroad especially in the Gulf countries.
A recent report shows that Uganda’s immigrant workers have been sending less money to their families as COVID-19 continues to impact the global economy and the job market.
Such remittances not only provide crucial support to individual families but the economy too.
The May 2021 Migration and Development Brief shows that remittance flows to Uganda declined by 26 per cent, from US$1.4 billion in 2019 to US$1.1 billion in 2020.
The publication by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) says despite the decline, Uganda was ranked among the top ten recipient countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
According to the report, for millions of households that depend on remittances, the decline only underscores the role these private transfers of funds play in safeguarding their food security, health care, savings and investment opportunities.