The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is in need of 100 Filipino nurses, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) announced on Friday.
Based on the recruitment specification form (RSF) released by the agency, the Riyadh Ministry of Health, headed by Prince Mohammad Bin Abdul-Aziz, posted that their government needs 100 nurses who can work in the burn unit, x-ray department and/or operating room.
The POEA said that the Filipino applicants must not be more than 40 years old and must be nursing graduates, but clarified that unlicensed nurses or non-board passers are qualified, if they have passed the prometric exam.
“Applicants with valid Saudi Council Certifications and a minimum four years’ experience are also qualified,” the POEA said.
Qualified applicants will be given free food and accommodation, a paid annual vacation with free round trip economy ticket and a basic salary of SR4,080.
Applicants were urged to register online and process their application form on the POEA website (www.poea.gov.ph or (www.eregister.poea.gov.ph) and then personally submit their pertinent documents.
“Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication of written information before forwarding the resume’ to the employer,” the POEA disclosed.
Submission of documents is until January 29, 2014 only, the POEA said.