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HMC Announces 2690 Job Vacancies

Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has announced the launch of the biggest recruitment drive in the organisation’s history to meet the need for specialised clinical and non-clinical staff to work in the new hospitals and healthcare facilities, which are due to open in 2016/17 in Hamad Bin Khalifa Medical City.

HMC currently has a total of 2690 vacancies, and the drive is expected to fill all these vacancies by the end of this year.

The unprecedented recruitment drive is the result of a collaboration between HMC and the Ministry of Administrative Development and Labor and Social Affairs and will support HMC in meeting its workforce needs by recruiting a large number of staff into medical, nursing and allied healthcare roles.

Clinical roles are available to both Qatari and non-Qatari nationals, while administrative posts are available to Qatari nationals only and will be filled in coordination with the Ministry of Administrative Development and Labor and Social Affairs.

Those interested in submitting an application for any vacant positions or are interested in a career with HMC can apply directly through their website.

Qatari nationals who are interested in applying for the administrative posts can apply through the Ministry of Administrative Development and Labor and Social Affairs. HMC will be coordinating with the ministry to process these applications.

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