Medacs Healthcare Middle East is currently recruiting nurses for fantastic opportunities across the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman.
Our nursing positions are for two years and come with fantastic benefits exclusive to Medacs Healthcare.
Benefits of working in the Middle East
Depending on the level and grade of your position, the contract may also include these benefits for your family.
One of the most attractive aspects of working as a nurse in the Middle East is the tax-free salary. In addition to the base salary, add such benefits as free accommodation, travel allowance, medical cover and bonus schemes on completion of contracts.
For many who have worked in the Gulf States, they have had the experience of a lifetime, made life long friends, travelled the world and returned home financially secure.
With the professional language being English, a multi-national workforce and the working methods often mirroring those of European countries, you should find settling into your work easier than you might expect.
To be placed in the Middle East as a nurse, you need to be a qualified nurse who has been registered and working for a minimum of two years.
As a registered nurse, you must maintain your existing registration in your country of origin. You will be required to show this original documentation.
You will also be required to have:
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