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Healthcare professionals needed for FIFA World Cup 2022

Those who meet the minimum job requirements can now apply for a chance to work in Qatar through the PHCC website World Championship. Healthcare professionals around the world can now apply for the long-awaited temporary work in Qatar FIFA World Cup in November. The country’s Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) has published a call for tenders for a range of occupations required to ensure a safe and successful global event on a fixed-term contract. The duration or payment has yet to be specified. Jobs needed include General Practitioner, Family Medicine Specialist, Emergency Medicine Specialist, Internal Medicine Specialist, Nurse, Pharmacist, Laboratory Technologist, Radiology Technologist, Customer Service and Receptionist. Full job descriptions are available on the company’s website website, including education and experience requirements. Most medical positions require a minimum of 5 years of continuous experience and valid registration from the country of practice. A bachelor’s degree in Arts, Communications, Business Administration, Customer Service or relevant stream and a minimum of 2 years of experience are required for Customer Service and Receptionist positions.
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Those who meet the minimum requirements and are interested in working for PHCC during the FIFA tournament can send an electronic copy of their CV with all the required information to the email address [email protected] You can also apply online on the website.

Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup

The Gulf nation’s highly anticipated FIFA tournament kicks off on November 21, 2022 at Al Bayt Stadium, one of eight state-of-the-art stadiums built to welcome thousands of fans ready to cheer on their favorite team. Meanwhile, the final will be played at the Lusail Stadium on December 18th of the same year, coinciding with Qatar’s National Day. The global event is the first such major tournament to be held in the Middle East region. World Cup 2022 organizers, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, hope to attract 1.2 million visitors from around the world to Doha to experience the “extraordinary” event in person. In preparation, the country is organizing a range of traditional and innovative accommodation options, including hotels, cruise ships, fandoms and more holiday apartment. The first phase of ticket sales has also started, drawing millions of requests from over 15 countries around the world.

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