We are looking for a well trained and experienced Interventional Cardiology Consultant. Our client is based in 2 of the 7 emirates in the United Arab Emirates in both Dubai and neighbouring Sharjah including one of the largest and longest running facilities in the country. The U.A.E has been particularly important in the growth and sustenance of the Healthcare market in the Gulf nations enjoying a comfortable increase in the size of the healthcare market by about 12% by the end of 2015, with massive projects and facilities being constructed across the country in the hope that the other G.C.C nations such as Oman, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait follow suit in keeping their communities healthy. Our client works in accordance with its values.
* Salary starts at around 60,000 AED per month (£10,000) plus benefits
* Free medical insurance
* Free malpractice insurance
* Educational allowance ( usually translating up to 35-50,000 dhs per semester)
* 30 days annual leave
* 10 public holidays
* 5 days continued education leave
* Senior consultants and management positions - 6 days administrative leave
* 8-10 gratuity per annum upon severance (end of service bonus)
Dubai is often seen as the more the more attractive city to live in: the shopping malls are world class in size and scale with the largest shopping mall in the world, Dubai Mall deliberately placed at the bottom of the tallest building in the world. Seasonal sales such as the DSF offer massive discounts on everything from electronics to cars. Tourist attractions and pace of life in general are pros and cons to living in each of the emirates. Rent in Dubai for example will be higher than in most of the other emirates, providing convenience over cost.
This client offers up educational support for dependent children between the ages of 8-16, usually this comes in the form of an allowance to pay for said child's placement in school. One of the most interesting things about the schooling pool in the U.A.E is that there a number of different curriculums on over from a number of different schools. There are British curriculum schools, American curriculum schools and there is even a number of International Baccalaureate schools, offering one of the most comprehensive and rewarding educational programmes in the world. Very often the high schools are well suited to feeding their students into redbrick and Ivy League universities back at home. Some of the less tangible benefits would be the multilingual and multicultural that children are placed into by default, character building to the say the least.
Skills and Qualifications
* CCST ( certificate of completion of specialist training)
* American Board Registration
* CIS (French Board)
* Australian or NZ fellowship
3 to 4 years of experience after obtaining these qualifications would be preferable but not essential depending on expectations of the client and the position being applied for. Arabic speaking is not expected but is always well received, no matter your aptitude.
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