Head of MENA
Zahra manages a broad range of clients within the MENA region, including those within oil and gas, financial services and professional services sectors. Based in Dubai, Zahra’s has formerly held roles as a C-suite EA, a private PA and business manager between Dubai and London, so she has a unique insight into the individual requirements by both candidates and clients.
In addition to the recruitment of business support roles, she can assist clients with organisational planning, job descriptions and consultative advice. For candidates new to the Middle East, she is also happy to assist with any questions relating to visas, accommodation, and general queries.
[email protected] +971 4 4504742
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