Medical Imaging Nurse - Riyadh

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Our client, one of the largest and most reputable govt. hospital chains in Saudi Arabia, are looking for a Medical Imaging Nurse Coordinator



  • Tax free salary
  • Generous leave
  • Accommodation
  • Flights + Travel
  • Medical Insurance
  • Recreational centre
  • Renewable contract
  • Annual flight tickets


The Client

One of the most credible healthcare brands with hospitals located all over the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Our client operates to the American Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) standards and is pioneering in some of the most cutting edge medical and scientific research projects to date.


Mandatory Requirements: 


  • Western Nurse registration – UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia (click yes if you have aforementioned Nursing registration if not NMC)
  • Western Nursing Diploma/ Degree – UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia
  • 1 year western senior experience in Medical Imaging – UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia
  • 3 years' western experience in Medical Imaging – UK, Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia
  • Visa Requirements: UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australian passport (click yes if you have aforementioned passport if not British)
  • Enhanced CRB checks will be carried out
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    For more information, or to be considered for the interviews, please send us an up-to-date, detailed CV and we will contact you directly.

    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?
    Are you NMC/GMC/HCPC registered?
    Do you have experience working in Europe, USA, Canada, New Zealand or Australia?