SAUDI ARABIA

Justice Ministry to hire Saudi women

November 14, 2017
Dr. Waleed Bin Muhammad Al-Samaani
Dr. Waleed Bin Muhammad Al-Samaani



Saudi Gazette report

RIYADH
– Saudi women holding master’s degrees will be employed as as social researcher, Shariah researcher, legal researcher and administrative aide in the Ministry of Justice.

A directive to this effect was issued by Minister of Justice Sheikh Dr. Waleed Bin Muhammad Al-Samaani.

This is the first time in the history of the Ministry of Justice that Saudi women will be allowed to work officially in these fields, Saudi Press Agency reported Tuesday.

Qualified Saudi women holding master’s degrees in any of the Shariah, law, sociology and administration specializations can submit apply for these position.

The applications should be filled and submitted online via the website of the Ministry of Justice www.moj.gov.sa. The jobs will be in Riyadh, Makkah, Jeddah, Dammam and Madinah.

Al-Samaani said the Ministry of Justice is keen to provide jobs to Saudi women.

Female employees will be working in the women’s sections in courts and notary public offices. The sections include reception and guidance, lawsuit documentation and appointments, reconciliation and family guidance in the Personal Status Courts. They will also work in the complaints departments.


November 14, 2017
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