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for updates to nurses bound to MOH-libya 2012.
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guys lets update..update..update
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gud am mam/sir:
i would like to ask regarding this MOH-LIBYA / hiring for nurses. I guess you guys have finished your interview-would like to have some info.s about the salary - benefits- like accommodation and etc. Did you had a written exam also together with your interview.
Hoping for your shared comments regarding this matter.
Thank you guys.......
specializes in ICU.
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I have been in Libya... my husband and I were there for 1 and a half year (and during the war too). There's no exam. Just need to pass the interview. I think they have conducted the interview for Benghazi Medical Center last May 8.
About the salary, it's at 875 LD basic salary, minus tax (P35 = 1LD). Additionals will be computed based on your length of work experience and area of specialty. They have two years contract + vacation w/pay and a yearly renewable contract plus vacation w/pay after that (tickets back and forth are also provided by the hospital). Accomodation and transpo are free. Food is free during duty hours.
I dunno in other hospitals but in BMC, we took an English and a nursing exam when we are in Libya already. Both Tripoli and Benghazi MOH hospitals are hiring nowadays. Just check the workabroad.ph website :)
By the way, just to let you know, there is no nursing council yet in Libya as of now, unlike in other mid-east countries such as Kuwait, Saudi, Qatar and UAE.
is a BSN, RN and specializes in Renal/Hemodialysis.
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So that's roughly 30k Php per month right? I think they are continuously hiring because I immediately received a response a day after submitting an application online.
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Hi.. Is Libya as strict as Saudi? Do you think MOH will hire nurses with experience as volunteers?
Kindly reply. Thanks.
One agency texted me that salary is 60,000 pesos. How come yours is only 30k?
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hi does libya require 2 years experience for nurses?
I just based it on what a previous poster said (875 LD), but I haven't actually had a salary offer yet. I didn't pursue my application here as a local employment offer was offered to me first before I saw a job posting for Libya for my field of specialization.
hi ms jllandero, just want to ask some questions and i hope you may answer.thanks.
Is there any other MOH hospital in libya that we might be assigned to? because the contract that i had signed had no specified name of hospital. I am hoping that I will be assigned in a tertiary hospital. I haven't been checking this thread because I thought no one was going to reply.thanks god. but I've been following another forum also about MOH-libya 2012.May I also ask how long did you wait for your papers to be processed? until you were deployed because I've been waiting for more than a month now since i completed my requirements, some even finished 2months earlier. By the waym you my salary offers is 990 LD, so base from your comment, there is really an increase when you arrived there?? base on experience and area?
I am part of the first batch interviewed by MOH-libya for this year(2012), we were as the agency said more than 700 selected applicants. But there are some nurses from 2011 batch who is still waiting to be deployed and yet they continue to hire. Im worried if how long would it take to deploy us.
it's not as strict as saudi but still its an arab country. If your certificate does not indicate the word volunteer, you should try to apply. My seatmate during the interview has volunteer experience and i remember the other one with PDN experience, as long as the total experience is 2 years above.Questions vary, mine was more on the cases i handled, drugs, pharmacology like antihypertensive drugs classification from beta blockers etc.., emergency procedure such as intubation etc. But when I asked some, they were just asked of the areas where they were assigned or more on credentials..
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