Recruiting for the position of CHARGE NURSE NICU. Candidates with NICU experience in Tertiary Hospitals in Western Countries OR GCC countries invited to apply. Qatar's leading healthcare provider now recruiting international candidates for 3 year contract work in DOHA QATAR. The medical group is embarking on one of the most exciting and ambitious master facility plans ever seen in international healthcare. Critical vacancies need to be filled at the soonest. If you would like to be part of the team and feel your qualifications, skills and experience is a good match for this position we encourage you to contact us. Not suitable for you? Why not pass this position on to a friend or colleague? Note: Global Medical Recruiting will not charge you, the applicant any placement fees.
Employees are offered a comprehensive benefits program that meets their individual needs.
3 Year contract (renewable)
Single and family contracts available.
Generous Tax free basic salary. Offered according to experience. Basic salary range from 6800 QAR up to 12375 QAR per month. Depending on currency rates 12375 QAR is +/- R42400 South-African Rand / 2500 GBP/ 2900 EUR. Note: Salaries paid in QAR.
Free fully furnished accommodation provided.
Transport allowance of 1250 QAR per month added to your basic salary.
Free "round trip" (to and from home country) flight tickets on joining, annual leave, and on repatriation. For those with family contract offered also be applicable for your family (wife and up to 3 children up to 18 years old).
40 days paid annual vacation days.
End of Service Award (at end of contract) which is one month's salary for each year worked.
The benefits outlined here are those that apply to most employees.
EDUCATION: Bachelors Degree in Nursing. Note: ONLY DEGREE qualified nurses will be considered. Nursing Diploma's not accepted.
Must have experience working in Tertiary Hospitals in WESTERN(ex. South-Africa, UK, Canada, Australia, NZ)
OR GCC countries(Qatar, UAE, Saudi-Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait).
A minimum of 3 years post nursing registration clinical experience in a NICU.
Evidence of management/leadership tasks or functions.
Valid nursing license from the country of origin AND be eligible for license in the Supreme Council for Health State of Qatar
Relevant life support/resuscitation certificates preferred, but there will opportunity to undertake as part of orientation.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Fluent in English - Oral and Written.
The Charge Nurse assists in managing the patient care unit for administrative and clinical aspects to include organizing, developing, directing and assuring the delivery of cost – effective, quality patient care. Assists in the process, which ensures that patient care is delivered in accordance with established corporate wide policies and procedures and Nursing standards, and the hospital’s code of ethics. Provides education to staff based on theoretical and clinical expertise. This position will be accountable to ensure clinical resource and continuity of patient care during her/his duty hours.
Charge Nurses are responsible to a Head Nurse and assist in the management of a defined area of organized nursing services. Charge Nurses allocate available resources to promote efficient, effective, and compassionate nursing care, provide input into executive – level decisions, and keep staff informed of executive – level activities. To fulfill the responsibilities above, the Charge Nurse, in collaboration with nursing personnel and members of other disciplines, engages in the following activities:
Provides guidance for and supervision of personnel accountable to the Charge Nurse. Coordinates nursing services with the services of other health care disciplines. Assumes responsibility for staffing and scheduling personnel. Assignments reflect appropriate utilization of personnel.Fosters a climate conducive to education experiences for nurses and students. Evaluates the quality and appropriateness of care. Accepts organizational accountability for services provided to recipients. Assures appropriate orientation, education, and continuing professional development for personnel
Global Medical Recruiting is one of the Middle East's leading medical staffing suppliers to a wide range of hospitals and clinics in Middle-Eastern countries such as Qatar, UAE, Saudi-Arabia, Oman etc. We have access to a large client base and thereby have access to a large number of open vacancies making it easier for you to secure your ideal job faster.
We have successfully undertaken hundreds of assignments and successfully placed medical personnel from all around the world at Middle Eastern hospitals. Our recruitment services are paid by our clients the employers and you the applicant will NEVER be asked to pay recruitment fees to us.
Global Medical Recruiting's dynamic and professional team will assist you in the following:
- Creating a CV according to the requirements of Middle Eastern hospitals.
- Submitting your CV to different hospitals/clinics in Middle Eastern countries of your choice.
- Scheduling of a face to face/SKYPE/telephone interview with hospital management on request from the hospital .
- Assist you in offer of employment and submission of documents required by hospitals.
- Assist you with Verification / Credentialing (Clinical Staff) and all recruitment requirements.
- Liaise with the employer regarding issuing of your entry visa into the country.
- Booking of your flight and meet & greet at the airport.
Living and Working in Qatar:
Qatar is a land of fascinating contrasts. Endless stretches of desert flank modern towns; sleek four-wheel-drive Land Cruisers share the desert roads with lumbering camels; and sophisticated malls exist side-by-side with the traditional souks (traditional Arab open-air marketplaces).
Surrounded by clear, shallow waters on three coasts, Qatar has, as neighbors, Saudi Arabia to the west and the United Arab Emirates to the southeast. Although Qatar is one of the smallest Arab states in the Gulf region, it has a big heart, huge ambitions, and reputation for hospitality that reaches far beyond its borders. Doha has managed to transform itself into a modern city without losing its traditional heritage.
Qatar is rich in oil and gas reserves and has one of the world’s highest GDP per capita incomes. The state reinvests much of this wealth in the development of its health education sectors, acknowledging that the country’s greatest resource is its people. Qatar may be one of the safest places you will ever visit. The crime rate is extremely low and it is safe to walk out alone, even at night, or to take taxis or buses. You will find residents more than willing to offer directions if you get lost. Qataris are proud of their heritage and the country’s achievements, and will be delighted to explain their culture, traditions and history. Adding to Qatar’s cultural fabric is the large population of expatriate residents; hence there is a rich multicultural and ethnic flavor in every aspect of daily life.
Sport has played an increasingly important role in Qatar’s development, which is bolstered by the number of prestigious international events held annually in the country. The 15th Asian Games Doha 2006 was the largest multi-sport event ever hosted in the region so far. Other notable sports events that have taken place in Qatar are the 2011 AFC Asian Cup Finals, and the Qatar Ladies Tennis Open and Mens Tennis Open are annual events, as is cycling's Tour of Qatar. On December 2nd, 2012, Qatar won its bid to host the 2022 World Cup.
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