|Salary: 55,840/-||Expired||14 जना||Lt No: 236766,|
Job Vacancy in Saudi – Zaid Ali abu-haid sons Company for Transportation, & GASOLINE PETROLEUM SERVICE STATION, From Saudi Arabia , has released its notification for Job Demand of Various Position through LT No. 236766, , If you are looking for Foreign Employment or Baideshik Rojgar then this is Golden Chance For you. Apply for these vacancy, and grab the most of this opportunity.
The last date to Walk In Interview for this Vacancy is 19 March 2021. Read the full article to know in detail about the salary, total vacancies, important dates and Here are some of the important Highlights of this vacancy for above post . Working days will be six days per week. There will be visa and ticket available from the company to the selected candidate. Service Charge shown below and More detail are given below..
|Areas of Specialization||Contracting Company|
|Orientation Training Charge||700|
|Minimum Qualification||SLC Passed|
|Working Experience||According to position.|
|Visa Stamping Charge||not Provided by Hiring Company|
|Service Charge (Nrs.)||10,000/-|
|Pre-medical in Nepal||Not Provided|
|Employment Insurance||Provided by Hiring Company|
|Contract Period (in yrs)||2 years|
|Job Skill||Male||Female||Salary Npr|
Working hour: 8 Hour
working days: 6 days in week
Accommodation: Provided by the Company.
Overtime : As per Saudi Labor Law
Service Duration: two years
Service charge: –
Minimum Qualification: SLC Passed
Job Vacancy in Saudi-Work Experience: By Position
– Candidate should be flexible to work in different shifts.
– Basic Computer Skills
– Able to communicate in English.
– A positive, smart team member
– Able to follow instructions accurately
– Teamwork skill.
How to Apply Job Vacancy in Saudi
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Before applying for any post follow the following :
➡ Check the LT.No. before Apply
➡ You can check the LT. No. through Government of Nepal, Ministry of Labour, Employment And Social Security, Department of Foreign Employment, Kathmandu, Nepal’s website.
➡ Website to check LT.No. is: http://www.dofe.gov.np/home.aspx
➡ You can check through the SMS service. To check through the SMS service go to the message box and type [LT] [Space] [LT.No.] and send it to 34001.
➡ If you need more information, please contact the Department of Foreign Labor, Tahachal.
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Note: यो Vacancy को बारेमा केहि Doubt लागेमा Department of Foreign Labor को website (www.dofe.gov.np ) मा गएर LT Number check गर्नु हुन अनुरोध गरिन्छ, This job posting has been provided directly by the employer through Job Bank’s employer job posting system. You can check this job vacancy’s authenticity visiting official (www.dofe.gov.np ) website of Department of Foreign Labor .
About Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia,[c] officially the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,[d] is a country in Western Asia constituting the vast majority of the Arabian Peninsula. With a land area of approximately 2,150,000 km2 (830,000 sq mi), Saudi Arabia is geographically the largest sovereign state in Western Asia, the second-largest in the Arab world (after Algeria), the fifth-largest in Asia, and the 12th-largest in the world.
Nepalis in Saudi Arabia
Nepalis in Saudi Arabia are immigrants from Nepal to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, mostly migrant workers and expatriates. Saudi Arabia has emerged as one of the top destinations for migrant Nepalese laborers. Approximately 300,000 Nepalese laborers, skilled and semi-skilled, work in the country of which mostly belongs to Madhesi Race totalling up to 199,757 according to IOM Report of 2012-2014 and remaining are predominantly belong to Bahun and Chhetri ethnicity. According to Human Rights Watch, the kafala system in Saudi Arabia has subjected thousands of migrant workers to be abused by their employers in ways such as non-payment of wages, forced confinement in workplace, confiscation of passports, excessive work hours with little rest, physical and sexual abuse, and forced labor including trafficking. Nepalese embassy officials in Saudi Arabia said about 70,000 to 80,000 Nepalis in the country are trapped under critical working conditions.