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UAE needs 150 emergency medical technicians – POEA
by Press release

The National Ambulance Company in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates is in urgent need of qualified Filipino applicants to fill up its vacancy for 150 emergency medical technicians (EMTs).

According to the information provided by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration Regional Extension Unit in Cordillera to DOLE-CAR Regional Director Exequiel Ronie Guzman, a leading pre-hospital emergency care provider in the UAE accepts male or female applicants who are graduates of Bachelor of Science in Nursing, have completed internationally recognized Basic EMT course or equivalent training with minimum of four weeks duration, and have at least eight months of experience as EMT.

Guzman said applicants are advised to register online at www.eservices.poea.gov.ph and personally submit to the Manpower Registry Division, Window S or T, Ground Floor, Blas F. Ople Bldg., Ortigas Avenue corner Edsa, Mandaluyong City.

The application and other requirements must be fastened in a folder labeled RSF No. 180023-A, applicant’s name, position applied for, country of destination, and e-registration number.

Documentary requirements are detailed résumé with job description; high school diploma and Form 137; college diploma and transcript of records valid BLS and BTLS certification; PSEMT or AREMT registration covering at least the last eight months; letter of good standing from the registering body; updated letter/employment certificates showing experience as an EMT-B covering at least the last eight months; colored copy of passport (valid for at least one year); colored copy of valid driver’s license; two pieces of recent 2x2 picture; clear copy with white background; colored top (polo) with collar; neat/masculine haircut, for male candidate; face should not be covered with hair (male and female); teeth should not be shown; certificate of POEA online PEOS (peos.poea.gov.ph); and printed copy of worker’s information sheet/e-registration.

Applicants are required to present their original documents for authentication. The deadline for submission of applications is on Jan. 31.


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