Welcome to the Human Resources Department, University of Doha for Science and Technology. It is our goal to provide first-class services to our clients and customers in the Gulf Region. We have professional and helpful staff who are fluent in both English and Arabic and can answer any of your Human Resources-related questions.

Our employees come from a diverse backgrounds from all over the globe and there are two categories under which they are classified, International employees and Locally Hired employees (Valid Qatar Residence Permit and a no objection letter (NOC) are required to be eligible for this position).                                               

Why work for UDST?

University of Doha for Science and Technology
offers a unique, multicultural environment, and world-class facilities in a beautiful campus located in the Duhail area of Doha.

Our employees come from a diverse background from all over the globe and enjoy competitive compensation and benefits. These benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Generous Annual Leave 
  • Professional Development opportunities
  • Convenient work hours - Sunday through Thursday 
  • Top class Health & Life Insurance
  • Immigration Services
  • Full access to our recreational facilities

International career opportunities

Working with UDST and its fully-resourced facility provides you with a unique opportunity to shape the youth of Qatar as they become the leaders of the future. The College's 300-plus instructors deliver world-class College of the North Atlantic curriculum to over 2,500 students from Qatar and around the world each year.

UDST is unprecedented in terms of concept, scope and size and has experienced solid growth and success over the past ten years. UDST is now the second-largest post-secondary training institution in the State of Qatar and is the premier technical institute.

  To learn more about the State of Qatar, and other important information for potential/new employees, please read our section on Moving to Qatar.
 

RECRUITMENT FRAUD NOTICE

It has come to our attention that there are some bodies, persons, and websites involved in fraudulent job postings and offers purporting to be from or associated with UDST, which include misusing candidates’ personal information and offering non-existent jobs at UDST, either free of charge or in return for payment. 

UDST does not send unsolicited emails with offers of employment, nor requires any payment of fees for the processing of job applications or employment visas. All employment opportunities are advertised on the UDST website and recruitment is done directly and via authorized third party recruitment agencies. 

UDST’s recruitment team uses only authorized email address, originating only from the “udst.edu.qa” domain. We do not permit employees to send or receive work-related emails from personal accounts or any other address. 

UDST does not charge any application, processing, training, interviewing, testing or other fees in connection with the application or recruitment process. Please also note that emblems, logos, names and addresses are easily copied and reproduced. Therefore, you are advised to apply particular care when submitting personal information on the web. 

If you receive what seems to be an unusual money request from person(s) representing to be members of UDST, or have concerns as to the authenticity of UDST’s actual involvement in a particular transaction, solicitation, notification, directive or request, do NOT respond to the request and do NOT send any money or provide any of your personal bank account details. 

Please be advised that any potential job-seeker willingly corresponding with such individuals and recruitment agencies in any manner whether by e-mails or otherwise will be doing so at their own risks and consequences. UDST strongly recommends that the potential job-seekers should not respond to such solicitations. Kindly note that UDST will not accept any liability for any loss or damage that may be suffered or incurred directly or indirectly through correspondence with fraudulent individuals or recruitment agencies and that such communication should not be treated as an offer or representation from UDST.