Amwaj Rotana Dubai appoints new director of materials

With more than 27 years of experience in Dubai, Monir Al Yazji first joined Rotana Hotels in 2008

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Monir Al Yazji has joined Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach, Dubai, taking on the position of Director of Materials.

Al Yazji first joined Rotana hotels in January 2008 overseeing the purchasing teams of three Rotana properties as cluster director of materials.

He has more than 27 years of experience in Dubai alone, Al Yazji has a Bachelor's degree in management and business administration from the Lincoln College of Technology, United Arab Emirates.

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He has previously been shortlisted in the Procurement Person of the Year category at the Hotelier Middle East Awards.

In his new position, he will oversee the purchasing team and also contribute to upcoming projects that the hotel has embarked on including the opening of a new restaurant and lounge by the end of the year.

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