For the first time, Saudi Justice employs 300 women


Saudi sources revealed the Ministry of Justice’s intention to employ 300 women, in the first batch of women employment, after the decision of the Saudi Justice Minister, Walid Al-Samaani, to open employment opportunities for Saudi women in four functional areas.

“The Saudi women will officially work for the first time in the history of the Ministry of Justice in vacant positions at the eighth rank of a social researcher, a legal researcher and an administrative assistant through job contests for holders of a master’s degree in Shari’a Legal, social and administrative”.

“Recruitment will be in five major cities; including Riyadh, Mecca, Jeddah, Dammam and Medina”.
“The Ministry of Justice is keen to open the door to employment for Saudi women because it is very important to facilitate the provision of services to beneficiaries in the judicial and documentary fields”, he said, praising the achievements of Saudi women in the various fields.

Samira SALAH




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