UTAS-A believes that re-connection and reunion with our former students is essential for the growth of the college and that the continuous support of the college to the alumni is an important part of their success.
Oman Labour Law issued by the Royal Decree No. 34/73. Its provisions include: Employment of Citizens and Regulation of Foreigners' Work, Wages, Leaves and Working Hours, Employment of Juveniles and Women, Industrial Safety, Employment of Workers in Mines and Quarries, Labour Disputes,Representative Committees, and Penalties.
Job Seekers Services is provided by the Ministry of Manpower to potential graduates who are looking for job vacancies. Other helpful information are also given such as creating CV (arabic), searching for vacancy, activating status of Jobseekers as well as omanisation plans, training centers, and courses.
eGovernment Services Portal is the gateway to services and information from the government of the Sultanate of Oman. Through portal, omani citizens will have access to services electronically or will find information about where and how to get other services, such as SMS services or forms to download.
Recruitment Services of the Ministry of Civil Services posted the current vacancies that jobseekers wanted to apply. There is also SMS services capable of allowing job hunters to register and apply for job service and they can also be prompted with the test dates and interview dates.
Alumni.net is a social site that enables people to connect using messages, photos, discussion boards, wiki pages, maps, and groups. There is one page created exclusively for Al Musanna College of Technology.
n3mal Forum is a national forum site that omani citizens can tackle and discuss certain issues and questions.
Gulf Talent is a job online posting site for over 2,000,000 experienced professionals covering all sectors and job categories in the Middle East. It serves as the primary source of both local and expatriate talent to over 3,000 largest employers and recruitment agencies across the region.
Create your CV is a special webpage provided by Ministry of Manpower Services that provides helpful tips to develop Curriculum Vitae that stands out and suitable for the needs of prospect employers.
Example CVs, Covering Letters and Application Forms, from the University of Kent, that serves as guidelines to the key points that should be covered in a CV for these areas of work.
Prepare for interview is part of the Career Planning section given by the eGovernment Services portal which is essential to job-seekers and employees, who wish to plan their career by exploring the available employment opportunities and becoming successful during job interviews.