Bahrain Polytechnic has been established by the Bahrain Government to address the need for a skilled Bahraini labour force aimed at supporting economic growth and diversification. Bahrain Polytechnic delivers applied, professional and technical qualifications. Graduates will be work-ready; they will be confident and competent, aware of what is expected of them in the professional world and be able to perform to their full potential.
Programmes, qualifications and courses, and the underlying methodology of how they are delivered are developed in consultation with businesses, industries, professions and international education and training institutions. The Bahrain Polytechnic aims to attract the best staff talent to join its workforce to achieve its mission, vision, and values.
Why Work for Us
Are you successful in your profession or industry? Do you find satisfaction helping others to improve their skills? Are you passionate about what you do? Are you keen to make a difference? Are you committed to the future prosperity of Bahrain?
If you can answer yes to the questions above, please read on.
Bahrain Polytechnic is a Higher Education Institute established to fill the gap in the market for applied professionals and technicians. As Bahrain’s economy grows and diversifies, the Polytechnic continues to expand to meet the needs of industry and business for skilled graduates.
Experienced candidates are required to fill a range of positions within the Academic, Non-Academic and Managerial areas. Check the Vacancies section for job openings.
Talented staff are critical to the success of the Polytechnic. All staff of the Polytechnic will be experts in their area of work, will demonstrate flexibility, innovation, creativity, high levels of technology competency, and people skills.
We expect that the majority of our teaching staff will be people who are successful in their profession or industry and who would like to make a career move into teaching their skills to others.
All teaching staff will be provided with a structured training programme to ensure they have the necessary skills to teach profession/industry expertise to adults of all ages.
If you would like to know more about teaching careers at the Bahrain Polytechnic, kindly contact us.
Training and Development
The training and development section recognises the responsibility to enhance the organisational effectiveness of employees in order to maximise the performance in their current positions and for future career advancement within the organisation. We ensure that all employees are offered an equal opportunity to develop in a healthy and positive environment. Ultimately, we strive to assist Bahrain Polytechnic in the realisation of its mission and vision by developing a highly skilled workforce with ability to lead the organisation into the future.
Training and Development Goals:
- Develop and maintain a highly skilled and flexible workforce.
- Provide employees with appropriate career opportunities through training.
- Provide employees with the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge through multi-skilling and job rotation.
Bahrain Polytechnic Environment
With carefully selected administrative staff members and tutors, Bahrain Polytechnic constantly strives to provide the highest quality of education using the distinct problem-based learning approach. Each department plays an important role in supporting Bahrain Polytechnic’s mission and vision.
Discover the campus life homepage to learn more about the environment of Bahrain Polytechnic, including facilities and centres. If you’re interested in being a part of the academic staff at the Polytechnic, find out more about our programmes.
The educational institution employs quality staff members with different educational and cultural backgrounds. Find out more about our employees on our academic staff profile homepage.
Positioned in the Arabian Gulf, the Kingdom of Bahrain is an archipelago made up of 33 islands and a population of approximately 1.3 million. The Kingdom is centrally placed among the states of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and shares membership with Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
The capital of Bahrain is Manama, located in the Capital Governorate. The official spoken language is Arabic, whereas English is the widely spoken second language.
Learn more about the Kingdom’s society, landmarks, and useful living information (i.e. accommodation, travel, education, healthcare, etc.) by visiting Bahrain’s official homepage.
There are currently no vacancies at Bahrain Polytechnic. Please visit this page at a later time for job opportunities.