The Abu-Dhabi based National Ambulance service is in need of 150 emergency medical technicians (EMTs), the Labor Department said on Monday.
Qualified to apply are male and female Filipinos with B.S. Nursing degrees who have completed an internationally recognized Basic EMT course or other similar training of not less than four months.
Actual experience as an EMT for at least eight months is also required.
Applicants are advised to register online at the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration’s website (www.eservices.poea.gov.ph) and personally submit the following required documents at the POEA office in Mandaluyong City:
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 8 months
Letter of good standing from the registering body
Updated letter/employment certificates showing experience as an EMT-B covering at least the last 8 months
Colored copy of passport (valid for at least one year)
Colored copy of valid driver’s license
Two (2) pieces 2×2 recent 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)
Printed copy of worker’s information sheet/e-Registration
The deadline for submission of application requirements is January 31, 2019. — Dona Magsino/BM, GMA News