This Employer Will Make A Saudi Arabia Career Worth It
Much can be said about Saudi Arabia. From its tax-free salaries to its relatively stringent policies; its hot weather to its conservative practices, anyone who has worked here would attest to its numerous eccentricities. Its difference from the culture, governance and working environment of many other countries may have caused them, that’s why it’s extremely important to be very adaptable to be able to assimmilate well.
One Saudi Arabia employer of ours, the National Guard Health Affairs, is currently our most popular employer client among Filipino nurses. Its positive characteristics and the unique advantages that it offer can truly lead to a thriving nursing career in the Middle East, most popular of which are the following:
JCI Accreditation. The Joint Commission International is the world's leading and most recognized health care accreditor as it authors and evaluates the most rigorous international standards in quality and patient safety. JCI-accredited institutions, therefore, are following the gold standard in health care and the NGHA is just one of them. At the NGHA, you will be exposed to internationally recognized standards and practices which will definitely enhance the way you do nursing.
Government Hospital. The NGHA is a government-funded health system that’s affiliated with the Ministry of National Guard and the Saudi Arabian National Guard. As it enjoys unwavering support from the K.S.A. government, nurses can expect a kind of working environment that’s pretty much predictable and financially stable.
Numerous Facilities. The NGHA is composed of massive medical cities scattered all over Saudi Arabia so there are many locations that nurses like you can choose from. This includes King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh; King Abdulaziz Medical City in Jeddah; King Abdulaziz Hospital in Al Ahsa; Imam Abdulrehman Bin Faisal Hospital in Dammam; and Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Hospital in Al Madinah.
60 Days Annual Leave. Not only does NGHA offer short 1 year contract periods to its nurses: It also allows for 60 days paid leaves within this contract period, with free roundtrip tickets if you’re planning to vacation in the Philippines! This is definitely a plus for nurses who wish to see their loved ones more often despite their work abroad.
Continuous Employer Interviews. Despite the pandemic, the National Guard Health Affairs was one of the very few overseas employers that did not stop hiring. Amidst the deployment limit imposed by the Philippine government and the very stringent protocols during the pandemic, the NGHA was able to hire as it made various favorable changes to its recruitment process. This move says a lot about how one can effectively deal with a tremendous crisis and a changing world, which is a kind of employer that any nurse would want to be with.
If you wish to be a part of the NGHA, you can enjoy the most cost-efficient application when you apply through Abba! Check out the details below.
JOB VACANCY DETAILS
Staff Nurse Vacancies
NGHA - Riyadh & Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Primary Health Care
100% tax free salary, now starting at a higher value of 4,335 SAR (~ 65,025 PhP)
Specialty Area Bonus ranging from 450 - 2,250 SAR (~ 6,750 - 33,750 PhP)
Two 30-days paid vacation leave every 6 months
1 year renewable contract
Annual salary increase
Most cost-efficient application among all of NGHA’s recruitment agencies
At least 2 years of solid post-license experience in hospitals with at least 100-bed capacity
No more than 6 months of work gap
Sign-up at: https://tinyurl.com/AbbaNGHA2022 or
Send your updated resume CV to email@example.com following the email subject format Name/Speciality Area (Example: Maria Dela Cruz/ICU) then wait for a Recruitment Officer to get in touch with you.
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