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Find career opportunities with the region's most innovative technology companies with Randstad. We offer a wide range of employment options for professionals with experience in IT, throughout the Middle East and North Africa.

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At Randstad we use technology to our advantage. We apply digital innovations to improve our recruitment services; to make processes smart, simple, and efficient. And to make better matches between candidates and companies.

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make a difference.

The MENA region is increasingly being exposed to new waves of information technologies, each presenting fresh opportunities to drive innovation and value creation.

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constantly evolving.

Find out how much you should be compensated for in your next role. Our salary survey doesn't just look at pay rates, but offers insight into which benefits workers in the Middle East want in the information technology sector.

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above & beyond.

We know from our heritage that real connections are not made from data and algorithms – they require human involvement. Our role in the Middle East has spanned over 30 years, and provided us with deep local knowledge of the IT industry.

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at the forefront.

We actively place tech and information technology talent in areas such as systems administration, database analysis and network architecture, cyber security and enterprise architecture, testing, and quality assurance.

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where you can work.

In the digital age, most Middle Eastern businesses have an IT department. The shortage of technical skills in the UAE and wider Gulf area has led to a high demand for IT professionals. Businesses are investing in specialists with the expertise to improve efficiency or help them reach increasingly digital markets. Sought after tech skills include development, network security, big data analysis, cloud software, Internet of Things, and DevOps. With these skills, you'll have your pick of job opportunities.

your day to day tasks.

The broad range of tech jobs and specialties in the Middle East means every day presents new challenges. Some of your daily tasks may include:

  • analysing, sorting, or reporting on data
  • identifying or resolving technical problems
  • developing software or applications
  • writing or editing code for various sources
  • maintaining your employer's website
  • maintaining or installing security systems
  • monitoring and maintaining networks
  • installing and configuring software
  • testing, debugging, or quality assurance
  • troubleshooting IT issues for customers
  • setting up user accounts and profiles
  • managing or leading an IT department

what you bring to the table.

Being tech savvy is all but a given. You have a deep understanding of technology and use it to your advantage. You know the programs and systems you work with inside and out and are the person co-workers turn to for assistance.

You also have an ability to process and analyse complex data. You can handle massive amounts of information and excel at distilling it into simple takeaways you can communicate to supervisors and upper management.

education & training.

Most IT jobs require at least a Bachelor’s level education. A degree in computer science, engineering or technology is a requirement for most IT jobs in the Middle East. A business degree may also be an asset.

Some opportunities will also require knowledge of and experience with programming languages. There are IT certifications available in various specialties to help you increase your expertise and earning power.

where your career is headed.

Working in the IT sector leaves plenty of room for you to advance your career in countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia. In today's tech-driven world, skilled IT professionals are in constant demand in just about every industry. With experience, you can move into supervisory and management positions where you lead an IT team. At the top executive level, you can become an IT director, or even a chief information officer (CIO).

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