Our Expanded Office In Dubai
19th Feb, 2015
Your World Recruitment Group have offices across the globe which enable us to offer our renowned quality of service worldwide. Our presence in the Middle East is continues to grow and with that, so has our office space.
Following on from our well-publicised move in the UK to the Broadgate Tower, London, at the start of November, we have now expanded our operation in the Middle East by moving Your World Healthcare International into the elegant Jumeirah Lakes Towers project in Dubai.
The development, which consists of 79 buildings along Lake Almas West, Lake Almas East, Lake Elucio, and Lake Allure is situated right in the heart of Dubai’s centre, offering scenic views of the city and fantastic network connections for transport and living.
This stunning development offers us the facilities we require to continue to provide highest quality of service to our candidates and clients. It is also a move that reflects our ambition to grow further in the Middle Eastern market, where we currently specialise in the placement of Doctors, Nurses and Allied Health Professionals.
Your World Recruitment Group Managing Director, Tony Moss, said of the new office: “This fantastic new location for our International branch emphasises the direction in which the company is going. It is another proud moment for me with this company, one of many that I have experienced over the last decade”
We support our healthcare professionals with guidance on clinical registration, visas, accommodation and cultural differences to ensure their transition to a new country is seamless. If you are looking for work in the Middle East within the healthcare sector, why not get in touch with us by emailing the team: [email protected]
Alternatively, you could give them a call on +971 4313 2034
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