Omanisation at Bank Muscat at over 95%

About 49% of its employees are women, who work across different departments


In line with its pioneering role in the development of Omani human resources, Bank Muscat, the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate, has appointed over 120 Omani nationals in its different departments at the Head Office and branches across the country, from the beginning of the year till date taking the total number of Omanis working in the bank to 3,584. The bank, which has an Omanisation ratio of over 95 per cent, will be continuing its recruitment drive and recruiting more talented Omani youth in the coming months. It must be mentioned in this regard that the bank has recruited 184 Omani nationals in 2020.

With its positive work culture, common values, fostering of innovation, employee engagement activities, and sound HSE (Health, Safety and Environment) practices, Bank Muscat is a dream employer for many job seekers in the Sultanate, particularly those who are interested in the banking and financial services sector. It is notable in this regard that Bank Muscat has excellent gender equality. About 49 per cent of its employees are women, who work across different departments and at all levels including the bank’s management. The Bank recruits Omani talent through its strong relationships with leading higher educational institutions, career fairs and through posts on its official social media accounts.

Speaking about the many successes and achievements by the bank over the last four decades, Said Salim al Aufi (pictured), Group Deputy General Manager - Human Resources, Bank Muscat, said: “The bank is moving forward in close alignment to its strategic plan of developing Omani human resources in the best manner possible. It takes into account the need to develop Omani human resources across different specialties and disciplines for all round development. To ensure success in its mission to develop the Sultanate’s human resources, the bank works in close partnership with many government organisations and higher education institutions. This ensures that Bank Muscat is a much sought after employer and is able to attract and retain the best and most talented Omani nationals.”

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