Muscat: The Ministry of Health is seeking replace more expats with Omanis in the health sector, in order to be able to accommodate graduates from government and private Universities and Colleges as well as other job seekers.
The Ministry said in a statement, “Ministry is pleased to announce its desire to appoint citizens and replace expatriates to fill some of the functions, to work in the health institutions at various vacancies.”
“ Those who find themselves efficient and willing to fill one of these positions must apply personally at the Department of Appointments and Mobility.”
The Sultan Qaboos University celebrated on Tuesday, the graduation of 1,283 graduates out of a total of 2,922 graduates from nine colleges under the patronage of His Excellency Mohammed bin Zubair, Economic Planning Affairs Advisor of His Majesty the Sultan.
The decision of the Health Ministry comes after a number of students graduated from the Colleges of Medicine and Nursing at Sultan Qaboos University on Tuesday.
The number of graduates for 2019/2020 of Nursing College in Sultan Qaboos University was 88 nurses (male and female).
The functional specialisations announced for Omani citizens include General Laboratory Technician, Microbiology Laboratory Technician, Radiology Technician, Pharmacist Assistant,Senior Speech Technician, Foot Technician, Occupational Technician, Medical Physicist Technician, Senior Physiotherapist, Senior Cardiac Catheterization Technician, Senior Psychotherapy Technician, and Occupational Health Technician.
One of the conditions of the job is that the applicant is should be an Omani who does not currently occupy any position in a unit of the administrative apparatus (civil, military and security).”