Medical Laboratory Jobs in Saudi Arabia

We are currently looking for Medical Laboratory professionals to join one of our Government Hospital facilities in Saudi Arabia. We are looking for exceptionally talented, adventurous and enthusiastic specialists to work in the Medical Laboratory Department. These positions are responsible for performing a variety of testing in the Clinical Laboratory to obtain accurate data for diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

Brief Job Description:

  • Performs duties in compliance with hospital policies, procedures and safety standards

  • Performs day to day bench duties and acts as the leader of a workgroup within the section

  • Identifies technical, instrumental and/or physiological causes of unexpected test results

  • Assists the supervisor in the evaluation of staff within the assigned section 

  • Participates in and contributes to quality improvement activities and ensures documentation of section quality improvement activities

  • For further information, please visit Medical Laboratory Jobs in Saudi Arabia

Minimum Qualifications/Experience Required:

  • Bachelor Degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences

  • Current national license: ASCP (US) or CSMLS (Canada) or equivalent

  • Current BLS, ACLS or PALS

  • Minimum two (2) to three (3) years of experience post qualification as a Technologist

The Benefits package for a Medical Laboratory Technologist would include:

  • Tax Free income, allowing you large savings

  • Renewable contract with initial term of either 12 or 24 months (vary by hospital),  providing job security to concentrate on your career development

  • Free Furnished Housing, allowing you to beef up your savings

  • Free Transportation, allowing you more savings

  • Free Ticket to join the hospital, allowing you a unique travel opportunity

  • Annul return ticket to go back home for your vacation

  • Free Basic Medical Care and emergency Dental Care

  • Initial Hire Relocation Allowance (offered by some hospitals)

  • Official Holidays (18 days)

  • Emergency (Compassionate) Leave (up to 7 days, vary by hospital)

  • Forty (40) to fifty four (54) calendar days annual paid vacation (vary by hospital)

  • End of Service Indemnity: two (2) week pay for each year of service completed

  • Additional bonuses: Sign-On / Renewal / End of Contract Bonus (vary by hospital)

  • And more …

Saudi Arabia

The current population of Saudi Arabia is 28.83 million.

Working and living in Saudi Arabia is an adventure and a life experience of its own. The Arabian adventure offers you safe and enjoyable living conditions, many historical sites to visit and no more cold winter months! There is a typical subtropical desert climate in the region with low annual rainfall and intensely hot and humid summers. The area is marked by high temperatures during the day and low temperatures at night. The hottest months are July and August with average maximum temperatures reaching above 40 °C (104.0 °F). The winters observe milder weather, with temperatures averaging 21 °C (69.8 °F) during the day.

Because of the relatively low cost of living and minimal monthly expenses not only you will be able to save money, but you will also be presented with golden opportunities to travel around the world and visit new places you did not know existed. Socially, your agenda could get busy as well, from going on desert walks, taking tennis lessons, going scuba diving, attending volleyball tournaments to barbeques and other events. Another interesting attraction is shopping. Especially for gold, silver and other jewelry - designs are more than your imagination could take.


The Middle East and Gulf region in particular are known for their generosity. This part of the world has a rich Arab culture showing in the wealth of its customs and traditions. Arabic is the official language in the region however, the “Professional Language” is English. Hospitals have their internal correspondence, Doctor’s Notes, prescriptions, patients’ records, etc that are all in English. Islam is the official religion and Islam’s traditions are an important part of the culture. It is therefore, reflected in their day-to-day living rituals and practices.

Welcome to International Hospitals Recruitment International world of career, travel, and adventure! Whether you are a nurse or physician considering the Middle East to enhance your career prospects, gain international experience, immerse in a new culture, or for financial gains to amplify your savings, IHR can help.
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