If you’re struggling to find your next career move in nursing, why not consider moving to the Middle East? Nursing jobs in the public sector here in the UK are not as plentiful as they once were, but there are still plenty of vacancies in a whole range of specialisms in the Middle East.
Along with finding the ideal job in the specialism you want, you could also be offered a package that includes:
- Generous tax free salary
- Free or highly subsidised accommodation
- Free annual return ticket home
- Re-location bonus in first month’s salary
- Minimum of 6 weeks leave per year
- Free healthcare cover
If you’re willing to consider making the move, there are generous benefits to be had. The working week is slightly different from the UK, usually Friday / Saturday are the weekend days, but your working routine will still be allocated on a shift rota just as you would be here. If you’re worried about the possible language barrier between the people you are treating and yourself, there are usually translators on hand for patients that only speak arabic, and it’s common for employers to offer basic arabic language classes for new nurses. The universal language of all medical personnel is English, so you will be able to communicate easily with colleagues.
Your concerns, questions and all the details of your application will be managed by the agency you apply through. They will handle your enquiry from start to finish, as well as supporting you as the make the move. Follow this link to find out more about Middle East Nursing Jobs, or read more about the lifestyle and what you can expect if you decide to move to the Middle East for a Job.