Salary: Up to £75k per annum depending on skill and experience
Job role benefits will include:
â¢Tax free salary
â¢Free, modern accommodation
â¢Very generous annual leave
â¢Free medical care
â¢Depending on the level and grade of your position, the contract may also include these benefits for your family
â¢Extremely lucrative posting to warm and inviting culture
â¢Operating in a cutting edge environment
â¢State of the art equipment and facilities
â¢Brand new Modern Hospital environment
â¢Working with fellow UK, European and International healthcare professionals
â¢Excellent international schooling.
Our client has been the principal public healthcare care provider in the State of Qatar for over three decades, and is dedicated to delivering the safest, most effective and most compassionate care to each and every one of our patients.
They are leading the development of the region's first academic health system and are committed to building a legacy of healthcare expertise in Qatar.
Clinical Nurse Specialist in the following areas:
â¢Obstetrics and Gynaecology
â¢Intensive Care Unit
â¢Psychiatric/mental health and community health among others
â¢If youâre a Clinical Nurse Specialist in another area please also apply!
Clinical Nurse Specialists provide expert advice related to specific conditions or treatment pathways. They focus on improving patient care and developing services. Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs) play a unique role in the delivery of high quality care.
The clinical nurse specialist will:
â¢Assess patients, plan, implement and evaluate evidence based care
â¢Provide specialist advice to patients, families and carers and the wider multi-disciplinary team
â¢Carry out specialist nursing procedures
â¢Contribute to the development of the workforce through developing and delivering education and training
â¢Contribute to the development of services
â¢Participate in and lead research activity, and clinical audits in own specialist area
â¢Work collaboratively with the multidisciplinary team to ensure the cohesive management of patients
Masters in Nursing or Midwifery (or field of health practice e.g. Mental Health) or equivalent postgraduate education leading to, or in addition to, a valid nursing license that meets the requirements for licensing in the State of Qatar.
â¢Masters level education related to specialist area (mandatory)
â¢Degree in nursing (preferred) but Diploma is accepted (If you have Masters)
â¢A minimum of 5 years post nursing registration experience
â¢Including a minimum of 3 yearsâ experience in specialty area of focus
â¢Including a minimum of 1 year as an Clinical Nurse Specialist or having successfully completed the CNS Intern programme in related field
Qatar Facts at a Glance
Population: around 2 million people live in Qatar
Capital City: Doha
History: Doha, the capital of Qatar, once was a fishing village, where pearl fishers were looking for their fortunes and also a famous centre for horse and camel breeding. Qatar was a popular stop with traders exploring and shipping goods from India and China. After World War I, Qatar became a British Protectorate in 1916. The country only gained independence from British rule in 1971.
National Symbols: Flag: maroon with white
Major Event Secured: Qatar won the bid to host the 2022 Soccer World Cup. It is planned to build 9 new stadiums for this mega sports event. Qatar will be the first Arab country to host FIFA's Soccer World Cup
Did you know that..oil-rich Qatar is the second richest country in the world after Lichtenstein, although it is one of the smallest countries in the world. Qatar also has the third largest gas reserves in the world.