Government Announces New 1700 Nursing Jobs in Saudi Arabia; How To Apply, Requirements, Monthly Salary, Allowances & Application Deadline
The government has announced the 1700 nursing opportunity in Saudi Arabia, inviting the qualified graduates to apply before meeting the deadline.
The 500 positions available are for personal assistant/Health care assistant with the salary of 2000 Saudi Riyal that is equivalent to Ksh 91, 371.
The requirements for the 500 positions mentioned above is Certificate in care giving or Certificate in Community Health Nursing or enrolled community Nursing certificate.
The female candidates agee between 22 years and 35 years will be given consideration in the contract of 2 years as per the advertisement issued by the National Employment Authority Integrated Management System (NEAIMS).
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1000 nursing jobs was also listed , requiring qualified applicants, holding diploma in nursing where the application deadline is set in June 30, 2024.
According to the listing, the nursing jobs will pay 3000 Saudi Riyals per month which is an approximation of KSh 124, 596 per month in Kenyan shillings for the 2 years contract.
Other benefits include allowance of 300 Saudi Riyals and there a promise that more experienced nurses will be considered for a higher pay.
National Employment Authority also listed another 200 one year contract nursing and midwifery openings seeking applicants to grab the opportunity.
Applicants of either gender with a Bachelor of Science (Nursing Science); Bachelor of Science (Nursing); or Bachelor of Science (Nursing, With IT) degree are encouraged to apply for the 4,700 Saudi Riyals (approximately Ksh.195,197) per month positions.
“The Government of Kenya is collaborating with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in enhancing safe, regular, and productive labour migration between the two countries,” the listing reads in part.
“This initiative has facilitated employment of thousands of Kenyans in various economic sectors in the KSA which has expressed willingness to recruit additional Female health care workers from Kenya.”