Premier Recruitment Limited has again sourced over 50 jobs for Ugandan youths skilled in plumbing, painting, and carpentry in a bid to curb unemployment in the country.
According to the company, those who will be vetted through the interview process will be deployed to Qatar where they will execute their duties.
The company added that plumbers will be paid salary that is between 1.5-1.8, carpenters 1.3-1.5 and as well painters will be paid between 1.3-1.5 million Uganda shillings .
The company directed all interested Ugandans to reach them through +256707555001 or +256707555018 or visit their offices located on Kampala road, Crane Chambers building, First Floor Opposite City square.
About Premier Recruitment Agency
The Company is fully registered with the Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development for both internal and external recruitment and work with clients in various areas.
* Provides employment opportunities for Ugandans in Uganda and internationally
* Provides employment opportunities for international candidates in Uganda and East Africa
* Provides recruitment and HR services to clients in Uganda and East Africa
Premier is committed to helping reduce the high employment rate in Uganda by providing suitable job opportunities to unemployed Ugandans. They do this by partnering with reputable organisations and agencies here in Uganda and internationally to ensure they offer candidates empowering, compliant and suitable roles.
The company is also committed to providing a high quality, customer service is driven and efficient service to both our candidates and clients with the utmost integrity, honestly and compliance processes and procedures. They do this by ensuring they maintain and grow a team of ambitious, hard-working and driven staff who can deliver their service.
According to the Uganda Association for External Recruitment Agencies, there are 140,000 skilled and semi-skilled Ugandans working in the Middle East as blue-collar professionals as well as technicians, security personnel, porters, drivers, cleaners, housekeepers, catering and hospitality personnel.
World Bank and IMF Balance of Payments as well as Bank of Uganda data, personal remittances to Uganda have grown by 174.6 per cent from $451.6 million (Shs1.66 trillion) in 2007 to $1.24 billion (Shs4.5 trillion) in 2017, but our neighbours, Kenya raked in $1.962 billion (UShs7.2 trillion) in 2017 and $2.5 billion (Shs9.2 trillion) in 2018.
Diaspora remittances to Uganda are equivalent to 30 per cent of Uganda’s traditional export earnings- $3.4 billion (Shs12.5 trillion) in 2017 and $3.6 billion (Shs13.2 trillion) in 2018 and almost 3 times bigger than coffee export receipts- $555.4 million (Shs2 trillion) in 2017 and $436.4 million (Shs1.6 trillion) in 2018.