Echocardiographer - Paediatric Technologist - Ar-Rifaa

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Our specialist client in Bahrain are looking for a  Paediatric Echocardiographer to work within their brand new state of the art specialist cardiac facility set to be fully operational by the end of 2018!

Face to face preliminary-interviews will be held in Central London on 13th April 2018.




Successful applicants will receive a generous package including:

  • tax free salary
  • accommodation
  • travel allowance including flights
  • healthcare medical insurance
  • generous leave allowance



The client is one of the major hospitals chains in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the only healthcare provider which provides free health care exclusively for non-civilians in the country. They are opening a brand new, state of the art specialist Cardiac facility and are looking for seasoned professionals who will help cement and facilitate the establishment of a robust infrastructure of the new facility.

The client team will be visiting our offices in London on the 13th of April and will be conducting face to face interviews for a number of exciting positions. To fast-track yourself for the interview for the role, send us an updated CV making sure all job requirements are clearly highlighted.



  • Western Passport (UK/USA/Canada/New Zealand/Australia & Europe)
  • 5 years’ western Echocardiography experience

  • Echocardiography Course (minimum 2 years duration)

  • Western Bachelors degree in related field

  • Excellent written and spoken English

  • Enhanced CRB checks will be carried out

Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.

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 (to confirm you're over 18)
Do you have 2-3 years’ clinical experience or experience in specialism?
Do you have experience working in Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia?