|Location||JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia|
|Date Posted||December 8, 2020|
We are seeking a highly trained and experienced Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist, to join one of the largest health organisations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. You will receive a generous tax-free salary plus benefits package which includes, but is not limited to, family housing, education allowance, transportation, health and dental insurance and annual flight tickets for you and up to four eligible dependents. This vacancy is based in Jeddah.
- You must be a suitably qualified and experienced Physician from UK/Europe or North America
- You must be a registered Consultant
- You should have a minimum of 3 - 4 years' clinical experience post board certification (CCT or comparable)
- You must be able to provide certificates of good standing
- You will work alongside professionals from more than 50 countries worldwide, each providing a dynamic healthcare environment and exchanging ideas on practice, procedures and competency. You will use modern technology to enhance care in partnership with evidence-based practice and the effective use of clinical and educational resources. Collaborative partnerships, self-development and clinical advancement programs are encouraged.
Our client is a highly regarded, governmental healthcare institute, serving the population of SANG employees and their dependents. Currently comprising two major medical cities in Riyadh and Jeddah plus three hospitals in Al Ahsa, Dammam and Madinah. Our client also operates 74 healthcare facilities kingdom-wide.
You are invited to share in this international opportunity to personally experience the multicultural context of professional employees practicing in a healthcare organization with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Your collective knowledge and experience will contribute positively to the diversity of the medical and nursing staff.
In recent years Saudi Arabia has witnessed a period of high growth and economic progress. Record oil revenues have given rise to increased public spending on infrastructure to match the increasing needs of a fast growing population. Priority has been given to education and healthcare, which has led to the growth of medical cities as well as the creation of many new healthcare institutes. This has created a number of exciting new career opportunities for doctors interested in working in Saudi Arabia.