KMTC Announces 1700 Nursing Opportunities In Saudi Arabia; Here is How To Apply


KMTC Announces 1700 Nursing Opportunities In Saudi Arabia; Here is How To Apply

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) has released information about 1700 nursing job opportunities in Saudi Arabia, urging graduates to submit their applications.

Specifically, there are 500 available positions for Personal Assistants/Health Care Assistants with a monthly salary of 2000 Saudi Riyals, equivalent to Ksh. 91,371.

Prospective candidates are required to hold either a Certificate in Care Giving, a Certificate in Community Health Nursing, or an Enrolled Community Nursing certificate.


The advertised positions for the two-year contract are especially open to female applicants aged between 22 and 35. This information is available through an advertisement on the National Employment Authority Integrated Management System (NEAIMS).

Additionally, there are approximately 1000 nursing positions available, targeting recent nursing diploma graduates. These roles offer a monthly salary of 3000 Saudi Riyals, equivalent to approximately Ksh. 124,596, and come with a two-year contract.

The job listing outlines supplementary benefits such as meal allowances of 300 Saudi Riyals, with a commitment to considering higher pay for more experienced nurses. The application deadline for these positions is set for June 30, 2024.

Furthermore, the National Employment Authority has listed 200 one-year contract opportunities in nursing and midwifery.

Prospective applicants of any gender holding a Bachelor of Science (Nursing Science), Bachelor of Science (Nursing), or Bachelor of Science (Nursing, With IT) degree are encouraged to apply. The positions offer a monthly salary of 4,700 Saudi Riyals, approximately Ksh. 195,197.

“The Government of Kenya is collaborating with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) in enhancing safe, regular, and productive labour migration between the two countries,” the listing reads in part.

“This initiative has facilitated employment of thousands of Kenyans in various economic sectors in the KSA which has expressed willingness to recruit additional Female health care workers from Kenya.”

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KMTC Announces 1700 Nursing Opportunities In Saudi Arabia; Here is How To Apply



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