Apple, manufacturer of the ubiquitous iPhone, is expanding its retail presence in the United Arab Emirates with various job openings in the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
To staff its for United Arab Emirates locations (Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates, Yas Mall, and Al Maryah Island), the company is currently accepting applications. The corporation has posted nine open positions on its website, and those who speak more than one language stand a better chance of being hired.
Listed below are currently open positions by Apple in the UAE:
|Creative||· Skills to teach small groups, coach multiple customers at the same time, and be comfortable selling and teaching.
· Support other team members.
|Business Expert||· Understands the use of technology in businesses, improving business experiences through in-store briefings, workshops, and events.
· One year of experience selling in the business market and developing qualified leads by phone.
|Expert||· Experience in sales and technology solutions.
· Proficiency in technology, particularly Apple products.
|Specialist||· Strong communication skills, time management skills, and flexibility with schedule.|
|Operations Expert||· Manage and meet multiple inventory deadlines each week.
· Fast problem-solving skills, and leadership, whether by example or coaching a group.
· Strong organizational skills.
|Genius||· Strong social skills.
· Aptitude for acquiring skills in technical repairs.
· Time management skills.
|Technical Specialist||· Assess customers’ requirements and provide solutions.
· Flexibility to regularly rotate through different technical specialties and skill.
|Business Pro||· Minimum 3 to 5 years of proven track record in technology and business solutions sales or equivalent.|
|Manager||· Experience in managing multiple tasks in operations.
· Advanced Apple knowledge of mobility adoption and business transformation, as well as a broad understanding of key SMB industries, technology trends, obstacles, and industries.
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