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

American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition on October 2014

American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition on October 2014

Managing Director, Suleiman Arabie, and Recruitment Consultant, Kelsey Ciabattoni

SA International and staff recently traveled to San Diego, California to attend the 2014 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition on October 11 through October 14. The purpose of our visit was to network our recruiting services and inform qualified medical professionals about the benefits of working in United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
During our visit, SAI personnel had the opportunity to attend several educational sessions, including the plenary address given by Hillary Rodham Clinton highlighting the importance of pediatricians promoting reading beginning in infancy and to raise awareness among parents about early language development.