Occupational Therapy New Zealand
Whakaora Ngangahau Aotearoa
|Organisation||Sheikh Shakbout Medical Centre (SSMC)|
|Area, City||Abu Dhabi|
|Contact telephone||AUS-1800 818 844 or NZ-0800 700 839|
|Full/Part time||Full time|
|Closing date for applications||15 April 2018|
Explore a New Horizon
Occupational Therapists WANTED
SEHA Abu Dhabi is looking for enthusiastic and experienced Occupational Therapists to form the foundation of their Occupational Health Department.
Representatives are coming to AUS and NZ to hold Interviews & Information sessions
Melbourne – 9th April
Brisbane – 11th April
Sydney – 13th April
Auckland – 16th April
Skype interviews available for those outside these cities
SEHA, Abu Dhabi Health Services Company manage the public hospitals and clinics across the United Arab Emirates and are preparing to open their newest state of the art facility at Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City (SSMC) in Abu Dhabi.
SEHA facilities cover ALL specialties including Trauma, Burns, Pediatrics and Midwifery.
Enjoy attractive benefits such as:
• Salary paid tax free
• Housing allowance or free accommodation provided
• Flight paid at beginning and end of contract
• Annual air ticket allowance within supplemental allowance
• Full medical insurance
• Generous annual leave and more
Bachelor’s degree in relevant specialty
Minimum 2 years’ experience in current specialty.
Think advanced trauma and burns facility, first class patient care, high tech robotic equipment. Think international travel hub. Think pearl diving, and desert camping under the stars. Think Middle Eastern money and generous benefits packages. Think friends for life. Think adventure of a lifetime.
This is your chance to talk to the source. Grab your friends and find out for yourself what life and work in Abu Dhabi is really like.
Email: email@example.com or call us on AUS - 1800 818 844 or NZ - 0800 700 839
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