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المصدر: 
جامعة الملك خالد - المركز الإعلامي

As part of the first Tawasol Program with scholarship students organized by King Khalid University in the United Kingdom, the Dean of Faculty Affairs Dr. Mohammed bin Hamed Al Buhairi will conduct numerous interviews with Saudi scholarship students hoping to attract the best and brightest to work at the university.

In the same context, a meeting was held with scholarship students in the city of Cardiff to train them on academic life in universities. It included the most important duties of the faculty member and his functions as well as the methods of professional development and career advancement.

Al Buhairi has noticed to the university' keen interest and diligence in hiring national experts and specialists to work in the academic field where they can contribute with their colleagues in achieving the University's plans and strategic vision. He also stressed the substantial benefits the University receives from hiring qualified and highly competent Saudis for vacant positions.

المصدر: 
King Khalid University, Media Center

The Deanship of faculty and staff members of King Khalid University has announced the names of 54 applicants in health service areas. Earlier, the health services jobs have been announced on the University website. The Deanship also announced the date for the personal interview, urging the applicants to be punctual on that date. It should also be noted that the interviews will take place at the Headquarters of the Medical Services Department building, located opposite Asir Central Hospital.

The deanship has set Monday, 1/2/1436 AH as the date for Helping Health Specialties category - specialists and Technicians, at 9.00 a.m., and doctors, at 1.30 p.m. The Deanship reminded all declared names, of the importance of bringing the original copy plus a copy of the following: certificates, written evidence of, work experiences and courses attended, and ID card.

It is noteworthy that the university had announced earlier 36 health vacancies for doctors, pharmacists and technicians. The jobs were presented via competition, and included jobs for men and women in the specialties of: Pediatrics, Obstetric, General Surgery, Abdominal and Urology, Family Medicine, General Medicine, and specialties include Clinical Pathology, Nursing, Pharmaceutical and Medical Secretary, according to Civil Service regulations with labels described in the announcement that was published on 9 Muharram 1436 AH.

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