Health Assurance Hospitals Company DHAMAN continues recruitment steps

KUWAIT: Health Assurance Hospitals Company DHAMAN announced the implementation of its new phase to complete the human resources system and recruitment of a number of medical and administrative staff to meet its future needs. This coincides with the operation of Primary Healthcare Centers of DHAMAN this year, which is in charge of the treatment of residents in Kuwait. DHAMAN has ended its preparations and completed all the technical, administrative and human resources requirements and has also completed a ratio of employment needs as a start point for the operation of the first phase of the project which covers the governorates of Kuwait, in coordination with the Ministry of Health.

In completion of the program of employment in the company, the nomination for medical posts which were announced are subject to a number of precise professional criteria. In this respect, DataFlow Group provides verification of documents’ authenticity (PSV) and investigates information and compliance examination processes and assists institutions and companies to limit risks of forgery and false professional practices in the medical sector. DataFlow investigates and explores authenticity of applicants’ degrees and certificates of experience to medical positions to ensure their eligibility for such positions.

In addition, the candidates would generally go through a number of professional interviews and sometimes some technical tests to ensure recruiting the staff that can achieve the plans and the strategies of the plans which aim at creating a typical transformation in the healthcare sector as it is considered one of the main projects in Kuwait’s national development plan.
Application for the post is carried out through the online site of the company or through the direct recruitment page, where the applicant can browse the vacancies and the application terms, experience and include his resume and also follow the status of his or her application.

This article was published on 31/10/2018