At acon calibration and instruments trading (acit) the greatest asset that our organization has is our people. Everything we have done has been designed to put people at the center, because empowering people is what we stand for.

Working at acit means working in a place where your work and impact are never limited to just your desk.

When you join acit, you’re joining fellow catalysts of change that are building the foundations for lifelong learning and discovery, and making an impact in QATAR.

Our Culture

At acit, we promote a working culture that enables employees to be more accountable, transparent, collaborative, and innovative in their everyday working lives.

Working toward shared objectives is key to our continued success. In order to achieve our organizational goals, we want to engage and unify all employees, ensuring every member of our team is empowered to approach their work in new ways.

Our unique ecosystem inspires a shared sense of purpose, and offers exciting and new challenges to help build a future for ourselves, our community and QATAR.

Why Join acit Family?

We realize the importance of cultivating teams of people that feel fulfilled at work and outside of it. That’s why we offer a range of benefits to ensure every team member is able to live a balanced lifestyle while helping take our organization forward.

Frequently Asked Question’s

We know applying for a job, especially when it’s in another country, can be a long and confusing journey. To help make this process as smooth as possible, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions that people often have about QATAR, the application process, and more.

Please send the below requested documents (clear copy in color) to

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV). Please make sure your present contact number, email and address is mentioned.
  • Degree Certificate (attested by Qatar Embassy from your country)
  • Mark List (attested by Qatar Embassy from your country)
  • Bonafide Certificate (attested by Qatar Embassy from your Country)
  • Latest Color Photo.
  • Passport Copy.
  • Experience Certificate.
  • Driving License Copy.
  • Any additional supporting documents would be add on.
We will review your application and, if suitable, it will be submitted for further assessment. Due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates are notified.
Once the candidate is shortlisted, you will receive several details by email and you will be contacted over phone. Once you send all required information, we will begin processing the papers necessary for government approval and notify you once this is completed.

Getting the Degree Certificate, Mark list and Bonafide certificate attested by Qatar Embassy, of your Country, is the responsibility of the new hire. We recommend you to inquire for further details with the Qatar Embassy in your Country. As per the State of Qatar requirements, a new hire must provide the requested attested documents from the same country that he/she is holding a passport from, and intends to enter Qatar using that same passport, even if they are residing outside of that country. The documents must be original, stamped by the issuing agency, and attested by the nearest Qatar Embassy as well. Please contact the embassy directly to confirm the issuing government authentications they require to do so.

We will confirm your start date after receiving your visa and any other necessary government approvals. The duration of this process cannot be confirmed as it is dependent on government actions.

The weather is generally pleasant in winter, and hot and humid during the summer. Winter daytime temperatures average 20-35 degrees Celsius (68-95 degrees Fahrenheit), although nights can be relatively cool. You will need to wear a sweater or a light coat during the winter. In summer, the temperature gets as high as 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit).

Qatar is an Islamic country and visitors and expats are expected to be respectful of the traditions of the state. Qataris generally wear the national dress of abayas and thobes. In accordance with local culture and customs, residents are requested to wear modest clothing that covers your shoulder and knees.

National holidays include National Sport Day (the second Tuesday in February) and Qatar National Day (18 December). We also provide working holidays during the two Eids. The exact dates of the Eids vary depending on the year, but are normally both 3 days in length.