King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has Vacancies Through SA International, Houston, TX USA

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has Vacancies Through SA International, Houston, TX USA

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has several new medical job postings! Available through SA International, Houston, Texas

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, has the following medical jobs available through SA International, Houston, Texas:

  • Director of Cancer Center
  • Head of Urology
  • Chairman of Dentistry
  • Head of Ophthalmology
  • Head of Psychology
  • Chairman of OB/GYNE
  • Chairman of Oncology
  • Chairman of ER
  • Consultant Endocrinologist

If you are interested to apply, you may forward your resume to info@sainternational.us

If you have any questions, you may contact SA International, located in Houston, TX

Toll Free: 1 (877) 489-7327

Office: 1 (281) 486-2492

Fax: 1 (281) 486-2698

A well-recognized University in Saudi Arabia has several new Pharmaceutical vacancies!

A well-recognized University in Saudi Arabia has several new Pharmaceutical vacancies!

A well-recognized University in Saudi Arabia has several Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical vacancies available. Check out the list below, and if you are interested to apply, please send resume to info@sainternational.us!

A well-recognized University in Saudi Arabia has the following vacancies:

  • Associate Professor of Pharmacy
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacy
  • Lecturer of Pharmacy
  • Associate Professor of Pharmacology
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
  • Professor of Pharmacology
  • Lecturer of Pharmacology
  • Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Assistant Professor of Medical Chemistry
  • Professor of Medical Chemistry
  • Lecturer of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Associate Professor of Pharmaceuticals
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmaceuticals
  • Professor of Pharmaceuticals
  • Associate Professor of Pharmacokinetics
  • Assistant Professor of Pharmacokinetics
  • Professor of Pharmacokinetics
  • Research Associate

If you would like to apply, you may forward your resume to the following email address:
info@sainternational.us
If you have any questions, you may contact SA International, located in Houston, TX
Toll Free: 1 (877) 489-7327
Office: 1 (281) 486-2492
Fax: 1 (281) 486-2698

EID MUBARAK from SA International!

EID MUBARAK from SA International!

Wishing you all EID MUBARAK!

Eid al-Fitr, or Feast of Breaking the Fast, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. The religious Eid is a single day during which Muslims are not permitted to fast. The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan.

Eid al-Fitr is celebrated ceremoniously with great enthusiasm in Saudi Arabia. Like other festivals observed by the Muslim community, this festival symbolizes faith. The celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr not only has religious essence but also carries a social connotation. Saudis decorate their homes and prepare extravagant meals for family and friends and in the major cities in Saudi Arabia, every night there are huge fireworks shows.

Eid festivities in Saudi Arabia may vary culturally depending on the region, but one common thread in all celebrations is of generosity and hospitality and serves as a good occassion to bring people together in harmony and gratitude. First, it is common Saudi tradition for families to gather at the patriarchal home after the Eid prayers. Before the special Eid meal is served, young children will line up in front of adult family members who dispense riyals (Saudi currency) to the children. Family members will also typically reserve a time to pass out gift bags to the children. These bags are often beautifully decorated and contain candies and toys.

It is also traditional in some areas for Saudi men to go and buy large quantities of rice and other staples and leave them anonymously at the doors of those who are less fortunate. Also, in some areas in the middle of Saudi Arabia, it’s a common tradition that during Eid morning and after the Eid prayer, people will put large rugs on one of streets of their neighborhood and each household will prepare a large meal where these meals will be shared by all neighbors.

High Demand for Registered Respiratory Therapists for Saudi Arabia and Gulf States

High Demand for Registered Respiratory Therapists for Saudi Arabia and Gulf States

We currently have many vacancies for respiratory therapists in Saudi Arabia.

We currently have many vacancies for respiratory therapists in Saudi Arabia.

It is required that you have at least an associate degree in respiratory therapy, registration in respiratory therapy (RRT) and at least 3 year experience as a RRT.

One of the organizations we recruit for is King Abdul Aziz Medical Cities. KAMC is comprised of 5 hospitals located in major cities in Saudi Arabia.

King Abdul Aziz Medical Cities offers the following salary and benefits:

  • 58,000 USD per year, prior to overtime
  • Eligible for overtime work
  • Tax exempt in USA
  • Tax-fee salary in Saudi Arabia
  • Fully furnished housing accommodation
  • Transportation services
  • 30 days annual leave
  • 11 holiday leave per year (5 days Eid Al Fitr, 5 days Hajj abd 1 day for Saudi National Holiday)
  • Mid-year benefits (Mid0year air ticket or 10 days post leave)
  • Annual air ticket
  • Medical and dental care
  • Free uniform and laundry services
  • Recreation services
  • Annual merit increase
  • Re-contracting bonus (equivalent to one month salary)
  • Saudi Service Award (equivalent to ½ month salary each year for 5 year & 1 month salary thereafter)

Furthermore, successful candidates will receive the full month of their salary without any hidden deductions at all and most of the basic necessities are provided by the program. Therefore, you will save most of your salary during the tenure at the Kingdom.

If interested you may submit your resume to the following email address: info@sainternational.us

An Introduction to Taif, Saudi Arabia

An Introduction to Taif, Saudi Arabia

Read on to explore Taif, KSA!

Ta’if is a city located in the Mecca Province of the Western part of Saudi Arabia and is the center of an agricultural area known for its grapes, pomegranate, figs, roses and honey. A popular summertime vacation destination in the Kingdom, Ta’if offers fantastic views, hiking trails and cable cars, as well as, a number of rose farms open to visitors and available for tours.

During the summer months Arabian horse racing is moved from Riyadh to Taif. The opportunity to see the horses in action is yet another added attraction to a summertime visit to Taif. Taif is one of three places in the Kingdom established by the National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development dedicated to the study of endangered animals and plants and to their breeding in controlled conditions. Below you will find a list of other popular attractions located in Tai’f.

Places to See:

Al Rudaf Park: Located south of Taif is a large natural park where clumps of tree lie scattered amidst magnificent weathered granite rocks. The site also has a small zoo.

Wadi Mitna: Muhammed’s sanctuary built in 619 AD. Muhammed came here to gain support of the Hawazeen and the Tawfiq but was stoned by the tribes. He was later given sanctuary by his fellows in a small house now used as a mosque.

Ta’if Rose Plantation. In the month of April the rose fields are filled with small, fragrant pink roses that are picked at dawn and later distilled into Ta’if Rose Oil.

Shubra Palace, the regional museum of Ta’if, located in a building built around 1900, which served King Abdul Aziz as lodging in the 1930s.

Rock Carving Site: Located 40 km north of Taif, this was the site of the Okaz Souk, the largest and most well-known of the pre-Islamic souqs, or gathering places. The souq was a scene for annual social, political and commercial gatherings. It was also the location of competitive recitation of poetry and prose. The buildings remain, including prominent outlines of walls of basaltic stone.

Turkish Fort: The remains of the fort are located near the Rock Carvings. Legend has it that Lawrence of Arabia fought here in 1917. Many battles have been fought there and numerous graves can be found at this site.

Nature Reserve: Located between Al Hada Hospital and the Sheraton Hotel and at the top of Al Hada Mountain is a large nature preserve. Al Hada, which means tranquility, offers a great view of the preserve of trees and plants and is also a good location to catch the sunset over the mountain.

Al Shafa: A small village situated high upon the Sarawat Mountains rich in agricultural products and fruit gardens. This site provides a great backdrop for photographers and also offers camel rides.

Taif also contains a number of historical palaces such as the Palace of Ismaiel, The Palace of Bahawat and The Palace of Shubra which were all built in the local construction style for which the western region of the Kingdom was famed.