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  • Jobs in Madaba

    Jobs in Madaba | Job Opportunities in Madaba

    Madaba is the capital city of Madaba Governorate of Jordan. The estimated population of the city was around 60,000. Madaba is the fifth most heavily populated town in Jordan. The city is also known as Byzantine and Umayyad mosaics, particularly a huge Byzantine-era mosaic map of The Holy Land. Madaba is located 30 kilometers south-west of the capital Amman. Ever since the days of Rome, people have come to the thermal mineral springs of Hammamat Ma’in or Zarqa Ma’in for thermal treatments or just to enjoy a warm bathe. Hammamat Ma’in is located in the southwestern side of Madaba. It is a thermal mineral spring that for centuries has fascinated people to come and immerse themselves in the sites’ hot beneficial waters. There is an outstanding 5-star hotel operated by the famous Six Senses group here, which provides indoor and natural outdoor hot pools, a swimming pool and spa facilities.

    Jobs in Aqaba

    Jobs in Aqaba | Job Opportunities in Aqaba

    Aqaba is a coastal town, located in the southern side of Jordan. It is the capital of Aqaba Governorate. The city is strategically very significant because it is the only seaport in Jordan. The town is located at the border of Eilat, Israel, and there is a border post where it is possible to cross between the two countries. Both Aqaba and Eilat are located at the top of Gulf of Aqaba. The town is famous now days as a diving and beach resort. But the industrial activity remains vital to the area, and the town is an exporter of phosphate and some shells. The town is also an significant administrative center within the far south of Jordan.

    Jobs in Irbid

    Jobs in Irbid | Job Opportunities in Irbid

    Irbid is also known as Arabella or Arbela in ancient times. It is the capital and the biggest city of the Irbid Governorate. It also has the second biggest metropolitan population in Jordan after Amman. The estimated population of the city was around 660,000, and the city is located about 70 km north of Amman on the northern ridge of the Gilead, equidistant from Pella, Beit Ras and Umm Qais. The city is also nicknamed as ‘Arus asShamaal (Bride of the North) due to its beauty and its position in the north of Jordan.

    Jobs in Zarqa

    Jobs in Zarqa | Job Opportunities in Zarqa

    Zarqa is a city in Jordan situated in the northeastern side of Amman. The estimated population of the city was around 440,227, it is the country’s third biggest city after Amman and Irbid. The city is the administrative center of Zarqa Governorate. Its name means "the blue one". The city is the Jordan’s industrial center, home to over 50% of Jordanian factories. The development of the industry in the city is the result of low real estate costs and proximity to the capital, Amman. The city was built as a result of migrants from the Caspian Sea area at the beginning of the twentieth century, at first the city was established on the banks of the Zarqa River, the population increased steadily with the construction of the Hejaz railway by the ottomans. The bases of the Jordanian army, previously known as the Arab Legion, were located in Zarqa.

    Jobs in Amman

    Jobs in Amman | Job opportunities in Amman

    Amman is the capital city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, a city of 2,525,000 population, and the administrative capital and commercial center of Jordan. It is also the largest city in Jordan. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It is the capital city of Amman Governor-ate.

    Amman is situated in a hilly area of north-western Jordan, and is at an elevation of 1029 meters above sea level to 773 meters above sea level. The city was originally built on seven hills, but it now spans an area of over nineteen hills (each known as a jabal or “mountain”). Many of Amman’s districts derive their names from the name of the mountain on which they are built.

    Jobs in Jordan

    Jobs in Jordan | Job opportunities in Jordan

    Jordan is an Arab country in Southwestern Asia spanning the south part of the Syrian Desert down to the Gulf of Aqaba. It shares borders with Syria to the northern side, Iraq to the north-eastern side, the West Bank and Israel to the western side, and Saudi Arabia to the eastern and southern side. It shares control of the Dead Sea with Israel, and the coastline of the Gulf of Aqaba with the state of Israel, Saudi Arabi, and Egypt. The capital city of Amman is in the north-west.