Human Aggregates Philippines Inc (HAPI) announces the urgent hiring of 100 nurses and physiotherapists with or without HAAD license for deployment in Home Healthcare in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
HAPI is a licensed recruitment agency (POEA-075-LB-031412-R) officially recognized and authorized by the Philippine government to engage in the business of operating procurement, training and placement services. The agency has deployed thousands of highly skilled workers and professionals to countries like the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, the Middle East, some parts of Asia and the USA.
The principal will be conducting interviews on March 14-15, 2014 in HAPI office. If you are interested here are the details:
SALARY and BENEFITS
*Accommodation allowance and food inclusive to the salary
*2 years contract, renewable
*Medical Insurance Free (UAE)
*Duty Hours: 12hours/day in 6 days/week
•Female (Staff Nurses)
•Male, Female (Physiotherapist)
•Age 23 to 40 years old
•PRC License holder
•Minimum of 2 years hospital work experience (hospital’s bed capacity NLT 50; must have no working gap
Furthermore, below are the needed requirements for Dataflow Verification and HAAD Licensing:
1. Updated resume with detailed job description
2. 12 pcs passport size picture in white background
3. Valid passport
4. DFA Authenticated (Red Ribbon):
a) College Diploma / TOR (attested by UAE Embassy)
b) COE signed by HR/Admin/Medical Director
5. High School Diploma/FORM 137-A
6. PRC ID
7. PRC Board Rating
8. PRC Board Certificate
9. PRC Certificate of Good Standing (valid only for 3 months from the date of issuance)
10. 2 References / Recommendation Letter
11. Valid NBI
12. Training and Seminar such as BLS, IVT, etc.
13. HAAD Certificate
You may visit HAPI at Unit 1106 Pearl of the Orient Tower, 1240 Roxas Boulevard, Ermita, Manila, Philippines or contact Telephone: +63 2 5240290, Mobile: +63 9163985457/+63 9089614013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries. Source here.
39 thoughts on “Over P90,000 salary for 100 nurses in Abu Dhabi”
Very long duty hours 12 hours per day time 6 days is 72 hours that is not healthy anymore
I hope the working hours is just a typo. 40 to 48 hours per wk should be the max
12hours/day in 6days/week????
patayan yan amp! OMG! dito nlng ako.. my free round ticket pa every year
Kaya nga… Nakakagulat nmn ung working hours na yan!
Ah.. Now I understand why the salary is high compared to other institution,,, it is because of the long working hours. That's too exhausting though.
no its wrong. upto 48 hrs only . strict rules from labor. dont worry.
overworked, salary must be high as 10-12k dirhams.
actually the salary is high but the accommodation is not free. almost half of your income will be spent for the accommodation
Working hours should be 37.hours. Cheap labour!
very long working hours here in Saudi Arabia 9 hrs a day with 2 days off, we received also same salary as what they offer in an special area,, free accommodation, foods, medical check up, hospitalization,. paid 42 days vacation yearly, free return ticket.
12 working hours per day, six times a week? We’re having same salary in Oman (Sultan Qaboos University Hospital) with only 8 working hours per day, five times a week. Thanks.
Do u know the salary range in a psychiatric department in sultan qaboos?
12 hours/ day for 6 days/week…..that is too much
Huh!?!? That's only $2000 a month for 12hrs 6 days a week! That's slave labor! Why do you call it high?
it's not labor friendly…12h per day 6d a wk, that's exhausting and stressing ! so NO for me!
Are you kidding?!!!!! 6 twelve hour in a week?!!!!! NO way!
3 nga kuya hilonghilo na kami panu na ang anim?hahaha.
Ganyan tlaga ang systema nila sa working hour..nababawi naman nila sa day off..in a week, 4days straight long hr,3days off naman ang benefit…Ganyan ung ka flat mate ko dito sa Abu dhabi..
for processing dataflow and verification how long it takes?? working hours too much thats exhausting and stressing..it should be 48 hrs/wk
@ Rose Daguman, it's 12 hours/day in 6 days per week.
A big NO!!!!! 12 hrs duty in a day in 6 days and 1 day off is too much…. And only 8,000 AED as maximum wage? Am getting dis salary in an 8 hrs duty… Accomodation and foods are also free here…
12 hrs 6days a week, not healthy for nurses nor their patients. Don't compromise your hard-earned licenses for errors due to healthcare workers fatigue. Check out The Joint Commission's Sentinel Event Issue #48. You all take care out there! http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CAsQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jointcommission.org%2Fsea_issue_48%2F&ei=cJMUU9HbI4XAoATW_IGACg&usg=AFQjCNE7qnEYJDWH7SmEz0dNJo_TOm8Npw
12 hours/6 days a week.I have tried that kind of duty here and it felt like suicide.So exhausted, no social life at all.After 5 months we all burnt out.It will really take a toll on your health.goodluck.
As long as it is well and fairly compensated its ok to have long hrs of work…
lugi ka dyan sa salary na yan (accomodation allawance and food inclusive to salary) magkano na lang matitira sau, patay kang offer ka…tapos 12 hrs duty…hinayupak….
Pare, tama ba nabasa ko 6days magwa-work and it's 12 hrs/shift? 3days na 12 hrs shift para ng zombie ang feeling.
*Duty Hours: 12hours/day in 6 days/week —-wow so relaxing!whew!!!
6days*12 hours=72 hours * 4 weeks = 288 hours parang tama lang kasi 303 hours ang UAE di ba?
uu parang kau lang ni Rene Bolante ..
Sherwin Simbul Daewoo preference lang ata un kasi samsung, cbi 8hrs work plus ot..hahaha
false alarm lng pla un 12hours sa amin, specific group lng ang mag12 hours duty. nagkamali lang…, (na naman!) ng pgkakaintindi yun nagkalat…, ng…, toooootttt…,
Oh….. In fairness anlaki nang sweldo, pero 12hours/6 days talaga ang trabaho? —- hope we still have the full strength to render our care that way everyday…. Hmmmmmm…..
Jonalyn parang pdn lng dto sa pinas 12/day patayan tlga
NEVER, NEVER EVER WORK IN HOMECARE! huwag matigas ang ulo. Wala kang mukha as a nurse pag naglalakad. Karamihan dito maliit ang tingin sa mga homecare dahil totoo naman para silang first class na yaya. Papatapunin ng basura, dinadala sa mall at sa park, minsan binabastos ng pasyente, susukaan, punas ihi at ebak at ang nakakadepress makipagcooperate ka sa maid (kadama) na sipsip sa mga amo nila at minsan uutusan ka ng trabahong hindi kanais nais. Yes, kung tatawag tong mga homecare na to, ipapaasa nila sayo lahat. ang liit nga ng sahod na ibibigay nila compare sa 60t dirhams na kikitain nila every two months sa insurance. Manggagamit lang ng pinoy nurse. Lisensya lang po ang habol nila. hindi nila nimention na marami silang pasyente sa labas ng abu dhabi at bugbog kapa sa travel. delikado bilis magmaneho mga service nila dahil naghahabol sa oras.Minsan tatawagan kapa papadutyhin kahit mukha kanang zombie dahil puyat kapa sa duty. walang fixed na schedule at overtime pay. Mga pasyente minsan nagbibigay ng pagkain minsan wala. Kahit pasyente mo lang concern mo eh paano nasa loob kanang bahay pati family members uutos sayo. minsan gagawa ka ng assignment sa mga anak nila.Sayang ang lisensya mong pinaghirarapan sana CAREGIVER nalang kinuha mong kurso. Sorry po sa na offend wala akong intention na manira, gusto ko lang eshare yung katotohanan sa mga nurses dyan sa pinas at sanay hindi kayo magsisisi. I still believe that nursing is a noble job , a well respected profession and has a specified scope of function but sayang yung karamihan napunta lang sa ganyang klaseng trabaho( karamihan kasi napilitan lang usually yung nag tourist visa mag eexpire na kaya papatol nalang kahit labag sa loob nila)… I just hope i've shared something of significance.. an important inference to inculcate in your decision making process… Always ask guidance from God in all of your undertakings… take care always… huwag magpapadala sa mga sweet na persuasions at karamihan pinay ginagamit kokontak sa inyo dyan mangombinsi…
90k/m 12hrs a day dun pala sa 90k mababa na eh
Hello guys, does anyone know how could I get the hard copy of haad license? I already passed the exam and I'm needing the license for work apply, help please,, thanks