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3-min read. Announcing our latest Career Comeback programme! Have you ever thought about working for one of the largest digital companies in the world? Have you been out of work for at least six months and need help getting a foot back in the door? Well, this is your chance.
We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Facebook to offer two six-month-long returnship places as part of our Career Comeback programme!
Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. At Facebook, you’ll do the best work of your career. Every day, you’ll have new problems to solve—and meet new people to learn from.
A Career Comeback offers our community a chance to gain genuine experience in a hands-on, diverse and supportive environment after taking a career break. Designed to help boost confidence, build relevant skills and make connections in your industry, you’ll be hitting the ground running but with plenty of support to make a success of the six-month opportunity.
Located in the Internet hub of Dubai, this is the first time this opportunity has been offered by Facebook in our region. They are looking for women that have 7 plus years of experience in the creative Ad industry and who have hit the pause button on their careers for whatever reason, with genuine experience in ‘making’. Previous experience in legacy agencies at Associate Creative Director level and above with editing and motion design background would be a huge plus, as would Arabic.
You can check out the role right here –
To find out more about the role and to apply, simply click on the link above, and please note that you will need to available from January onwards.
*Due to the volume of applicants expected, we will come back to successful candidates only.
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