Finance Jobs in Oman

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Oman is a little country bordered by the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. It has a vast coastal plain and has small population where numerous religions co-exist but Islam is the dominant of all. Oman is governed by Monarchs and 50% of the population is indulged in agriculture and fishing jobs. The Sultan is making efforts to make its men and women educated by setting up universities so that the country can be benefited in a way that its own folks take up jobs in Oman and earn very good salaries.

Like other countries in the Middle East, jobs in Oman are also becoming created on a scale. In past handful of years the government has taken crucial methods by entering into friendship treaties with other nations and attracting them to invest in Oman. Banking and finance jobs sectors are crucial for every country’s economic stability. Omani banking sector is extremely productive and stable which responds to regional and international developments and it is also attempting to liberate economic solutions within the framework of Planet Trade Organization. Much more and a lot more Omani citizens are gaining information of finance connected scientific studies and numerous colleges are offering courses in banking and economic sector. The government has set up specialist banks which help efforts made for national development in housing, fisheries, agriculture and sector.

Men and women from different nations arrive with an aim to function and uncover jobs in Oman. The expatriates are normally the labor force which comes from nations like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Philippines, and middle-east nations. But a significant quantity of foreign workers are also skilled labors and are offered handsome salaries with desirable perks. Some foreign workers are offered accommodation facility, pick and drop facility and free of charge tickets to travel back to their home country. When their tenure ends the organization provides them large bonuses typically cash which tends to make Oman a destination for lucrative career.

A particular person coming to Oman to operate will knowledge a lot of cultural difference. Omani society is extremely conservative and has stringent punishment for modest crimes. Male and female interaction in public spaces is not encouraged in Oman. This has assisted in curbing the crime rate but a foreign worker has to make certain that he/she is on the appropriate side of the law. But all round, you will appreciate functioning in Oman if you go with an open and no cost thoughts with least expectations.

The nation in the past has spent a lot on its infrastructure and has attracted many western nations to set up their company right here. With improving life-style and disposable incomes, a lot more and much more people want to safe their earned funds and home. This has led to the development of distinct economic sectors such as insurance organizations, real estate organizations, economic planning companies and income management businesses to establishing their offices in Oman. These MNC’s need operating force and have job vacancies in large number for Omani people. A individual ought to have a graduate and post-graduate degree in finance reports with 2-3 years of perform knowledge to get a job in Oman.

Even though other sectors are emerging in Oman but, the region is well-known for its oil and petroleum reserves and its economy is based on these organic minerals. But, there are enormous prospects in other emerging sectors as well which have several vacancies and job in Oman. Due to lack of supply and availability of sources citizens are partially benefiting and therefore, businesses employ foreign professionals.

In the instances of globalization, the people residing in Oman are well aware about the benefits of education and its benefits in their countries expanding economic climate. Hence, several parents are sending their young children abroad in order to get expertise and come back to their country to put their expertise into practice by acquiring great jobs in Oman and contributing to the country’s development.

16 Responses to “Finance Jobs in Oman”

  1. Hobert January 26, 2013 at 3:08 pm #

    I’m from India. At the moment i’m employed in Sultanate of Oman.I’m likely to perform a publish graduation program (Master of business administration-finance) while ongoing within my present job. Is IGNOU-Master of business administration can be obtained here ? Please produce the contact address as well as roughly just how much it cost to accomplish this program ?

  2. Elbert January 26, 2013 at 10:42 pm #

    Exist jobs available there for Britons?

  3. Neil April 19, 2013 at 5:01 am #

    I am a government employee. I wish to do ICWAI as a part time course. That is why I am asking this question.

  4. Tristan April 22, 2013 at 12:08 pm #

    a friend has gone to oman in search of a job in finance sector. what is the scope?

  5. Harvey April 29, 2013 at 7:21 am #

    it cannot possibly be the united states. in the united states the only ones that can afford healthcare probably cannot actually afford it, their insurance covers it. take away insurance give to many by their jobs and who in the united states can afford to visit a doctor? who can afford to break an arm? who can afford to be diabetic? i just want to give up my citizenship and go where the government takes care of its own people.

  6. Sandy May 1, 2013 at 2:45 pm #

    in Oman? 🙂
    my mum was asking, and I wanted to help her

  7. Heath July 31, 2013 at 1:39 am #

    is it better to go to us for MS right now or do MBA in india or do ME in india?

  8. Carmelita August 5, 2013 at 8:36 pm #

    am working as a IT Engineer in India from past 4 yrs… i have Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University ( JNTU) Hyderabad………
    now am interested to move one of this countries.( UAE,Kuwait,Saudi Arabia,Oman,Qatar, Bahrain,Singapore,Malaysia & Canada )…So Please any one of experienced person suggest me.. how can i get job in this countries (mainly preferring on visit visa) ….
    Interested Job area: IT Support Engineer / IT Administrator / Desktop Support Engineer / Web Developer / IT Help Desk.
    My 1st Preference (Visit Visa )……
    My 2nd Preference ( Genuine Travel Agent)….

    Waiting for your Positive Answers

  9. Lettie August 6, 2013 at 4:47 pm #

    please tell me icwai,registation fee, full detail
    centres details

  10. Olive August 8, 2013 at 1:03 am #

    well that’s me, the point is everyone hate pakis, the country is full of terrorism and stuff and off course no one wants terrorists entering their country, im not anything like that, but im a paki, whats my fault if im born here……..

    i wanna get out of this under developed, full od terrorism and politically destroyed country, im not in a good financial condition right now but im gonna get an amount soon and i wanna use it to get a good future, i wanna go to US but i don’t know how, not much information available so easy here….

    anyone suggest and give a little details about visa n stuff ? . study ? but idk about colleges there, even education system is different… like which one can i apply. and would they even let me there or i just have to die on the streets here.

    plz don’t tell me to complete my studies here…. and thanks for everyone who give even a little bit of help/./

  11. Darnell August 8, 2013 at 11:31 pm #

    I worked for a UAE company and was asked to work from Oman. It was a new job, but due to the liquidity crisis, I was laid off just after two months. Since the company did not pay any compensation at the time of lay off, I got scared and tried to save every last bit of money.
    I also had some credit cards from UAE banks and since I did not have finances left, I stopped my monthly credit card payments. I did tell some of them about the termination and also sent them relevant documents to lodge an insurance claim but since it was a new job, the claim was rejected on the grounds that I have to be in the current job for at least six months.
    I left Oman and came back to my home country and now I have a job offer in Saudi Arabia and the company there has already arranged a visit visa for the upcoming meetings. Two of the credit card banks have filed a police case against me, although I promised them that as soon as I get a job, I will pay them back in big chunks but they refused to accept that.
    Now I am afraid and confused, does this police case means that I can not enter Saudi Arabia, even though the police case was lodged in UAE? The credit card banks knew that I was in Oman, does that mean that I can not enter any GCC state?
    I would really appreciate if someone could help me out with authentic and accurate information and for people who just want to preach without knowing individual circumstances, YES, I know its my fault and my burden, and I will pay it back, so save yourself of writing sarcastic preachings and suggestions.
    Thanks once again.
    Dear H
    I do not have a UAE visa, since I was based in Oman, I have an Omani visa but the company was kind enough not to cancel that one so I can still roam around GCC and look for jobs.

    Also, what about my main query? If I have a police case filed against me due to non payment of credit card, can I still go to Saudi or some other GCC states?

  12. Mi August 21, 2013 at 12:39 am #

    Hi..I am a fresh CA frm India… I have been offered OR 550(p.m.) in United Finance Company, Oman..Is it a good offer?? How is the working environement there??
    The Cost of Living for a Single person???
    Growth Opportunities?? etc.

  13. Scottie August 22, 2013 at 10:34 pm #

    “[Housewives] are dependent creatures who are still children…parasites.” ~ Gloria Steinem, “What It Would Be Like If Women Win,” Time, August 31, 1970.

    “A parasite sucking out the living strength of another organism…the [housewife’s] labor does not even tend toward the creation of anything durable…. [W]oman’s work within the home [is] not directly useful to society, produces nothing. [The housewife] is subordinate, secondary, parasitic. It is for their common welfare that the situation must be altered by prohibiting marriage as a ‘career’ for woman.” ~ Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex, 1949.

    “[The] housewife is a nobody, and [housework] is a dead-end job. It may actually have a deteriorating effect on her mind…rendering her incapable of prolonged concentration on any single task. [She] comes to seem dumb as well as dull. [B]eing a housewife makes women sick.” ~ Sociologist Jessie Bernard in The Future of Marriage, 1982.

    “The chief thing is to get women to take part in socially productive labor, to liberate them from ‘domestic slavery,’ to free them from their stupefying and humiliating subjugation to the eternal drudgery of the kitchen and the nursery. This struggle will be a long one, and it demands a radical reconstruction, both of social technique and of morale. But it will end in the complete triumph of Communism.” ~ V.I. Lenin, International Working Women’s Day Speech , 1920.

    “Women owe Frieden an incalculable debt for The Feminine Mystique…. Domesticity was not a satisfactory story of an intelligent woman’s life.” ~ Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Feminism Is Not the Story of My Life, 1996.

    “Being a housewife is an illegitimate profession… The choice to serve and be protected and plan towards being a family-maker is a choice that shouldn’t be. The heart of radical feminism is to change that.” ~ Vivian Gornick, University of Illinois, “The Daily Illini,” April 25, 1981.

  14. Cruz August 24, 2013 at 1:05 am #

    Options to choose are.. Eg:, MBA , CA ….. i would like advise with 2 things in mind that is..
    1) i will be trying to work in Oman as my family is there
    2) which option is best to take which can get my a job with a very good pay, in Oman – Muscat

    Thanks in advance

  15. Tad September 14, 2013 at 8:31 pm #

    Dear Friends,

    I know iam wrong in asking. But honestly I tried my own business and ended up huge lose. In fact I sold all properties, car, and jewels to settle my friends who financed me. But to bank I owe AED 180,000 and my shop rent cheaque AED 120,000. Now I left with nothing.

    I am getting jobs in Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar. I need to start new life from zero. iam safe to travel and work other GCC countries. Will there be a problem pls advice me as your brother.

    now iam in india and i have police case from bank for 180000 and my shop owner filed aed 120000 for case.

  16. Rickey September 18, 2013 at 7:29 am #

    Anyone traveled in Oman air?

    How are the seats arranged in rows? 2-3-2, 2-4-2, 3-3?

    Also mention aircraft number in which there are 2 seats near the windows. (Eg. 2-4-2 or 2-3-2)

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