Working in the Middle East
If you fancy something a little more exotic, talk to PULSE International about working in the Gulf countries of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE.
We recruit doctors, nurses and allied healthcare professionals for permanent (contract) posts in a wide variety of locations. We work with some of the most prestigious hospitals in the Middle East, most of which are internationally accredited and offer fantastic opportunities for career development.
You’ll experience a mult-cultural environment, meeting and working with professionals from all over the world. Most people make life-long friends and have a fantastic time.
Before you go we will listen carefully to you and help you choose the right job and the right location. We’ll help you with all the formalities such as visas and professional registration
In short, the benefits of working in the Middle East include:
- Tax-free salaries with excellent benefits, including free accommodation.
- World-class, internationally-accredited hospitals with outstanding facilities.
- Excellent opportunities for career development and further education.
- Great opportunity to save a serious amount of money.
I applied for the Registered Nurse post internationally through the Pulse Agency. After 3 days I received the e-mail from the International Pulse Recruitment Department offering an interview with the Saad Specialist Hospital (SSH) representative in London.
Before the interview I managed to forward all the essential documents to the Pulse Agencyas requested. Overall the time taken for my application till the day I arrived in Dammam,Kingdom of Saudi Arabia literally took 2 and half months, which is an even faster process then the countries embassies.
Any queries regarding my application process were answered on the same day via e-mail or telephone, if not the same day definitely I received a reply the next day and I was very pleased with the explanations provided.
Overall the service provided by the Pulse International Recruitment Team was very efficient,accurate and reassuring. Special thanks goes to Kalay Moodley who handled my application all the way. In her absence it was Alex and Charlotte. I would definitely recommend my friends who are nurses in the UK and wish to work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to these three members to handle their application process.
Even though I’m abroad now I can still e-mail Kalay and get guidance from her. I would like to take this opportunity to say Thank you to the Pulse International Recruitment Team.
Sidhu Bhupinder Singh