Why work in Bahrain?
Working in the Middle East has many advantages, allowing you to immerse yourself in a new culture, enjoy glorious sunshine and perhaps even learn a new language, all while furthering your career. Given that the accommodation is paid for and that rates of pay are excellent, many expats choose to work in the Middle East for a period to save money and return home having done exactly that.
Being located in the Middle East also means many holiday destinations in Africa, India, Australia and South East Asia are a short distance away so you can see the world while working abroad. Arabic is the official language, but English is widely spoken and is always used by Pulse staff at their place of work.View jobs in Bahrain
Register with Pulse
Working in the UK
With its world-leading National Health Service (NHS) and close proximity to the rest of Europe, the UK is a great place to work as a healthcare professional. With thousands of jobs across all specialisms, we can make your UK dream a reality.
Working in the Middle East
With tax-free salaries and world-class hospitals, it’s no wonder the Middle East is a popular choice for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals seeking new experiences. Explore our jobs in the Middle East.
Working in New Zealand
Thinking about making the move to live and work in New Zealand? With demand for nursing professionals in Auckland and other parts of NZ, now is a great time to take the plunge.
Not what you’re looking for?
Search our jobs
We have thousands of healthcare jobs waiting for you, including many that are exclusive to Pulse.
Read our FAQs
We’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions to give you the answers you need.
Want to talk?
Simply request a call back and we’ll be in touch at a time that suits you.