Tuesday , September 18 2018

MoE ‘embarks’ on kuwaitization process based on CSC directives

e-site ready to receive applications

KUWAIT CITY, April 18: Director of the Directorate of Human Resources at the Ministry of Education Saud Al-Juwaiser said the ministry has embarked on the process of Kuwaitization based on the directives of the Civil Service Commission (CSC), reports Al- Rai daily.

The CSC had earlier asked the ministry to reduce the number of expatriate employees by 660 teachers, 214 social workers, psychologists, laboratory attendants, librarians and educational technology employees in addition to 21 engineers, accountants, lawyers and service executors.

He added the directorate has created the needed vacancies for the citizens. He pointed out the CSC has defined the numbers but did not define the specializations and that is one of the reasons why the directorate chose to create vacancies by getting rid of what it called the ‘surplus’ staff. Al-Juwaiser added, the ministry received Thursday, April 12 a decision issued by Undersecretary of ministry Dr Haitham Al- Athari concerning the start of local contracting of expatriates. He added, the directorate coordinates with the Info System Directorate to receive the applications on the ministry’s e-site.

Meanwhile, Director of Info System Directorate Huda Al- Mutairi pointed out the e-site has been activated and is ready to receive the applications. She added, applying for jobs will strictly be online and the date of appointment for interview will be defined accordingly.

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