Dec 192019

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
Available Medical staff From Pakistan to work in Saudi Arabia
الطاقم الطبي المتاح من باكستان
للعمل في المملكة العربية السعودية.
1. GP and Specialist Doctors
طبيب عام و كل اخصائي طبيب
2. Nurses – Male and Female
ممرضة أخصائية و ممرض عام
3. Pharmacist
4. Dentist – BDS and MDS
اخصائي تقويم و اسنان عام
5. Physiotherapist
علاج طبيعي
6. Optometrist . Opthmology
طبيب العيون
7. Medical Lab Technician and Specialist
فني مختبر طبي وأخصائي
8. Medical X-Ray Technician and Specialist
فني الأشعة السينية الأخصائي
9. Medical Insurance Staffs – GP or relevant candidate
موظفي التأمين الطبي – GP أو المرشح ذو الصلة
كل موجود
موجود علي كرت هيئة التخصصات السعوديه وكارت التصنيف

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-10-25
Job Location: Islamabad, Pakistan
Job Role: Medical, Healthcare, and Nursing
Company Industry: Employment Placement Agencies/Recruiting

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Director/Head
Nationality: Pakistan
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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