There are a number of recruitment sites in the Middle East. Bayt and Monster are some of the sites you can see. Alternatively, you can visit the Jobs area in Bahrain this forum, where you can see jobs available in Bahrain. If you have a particular employer in mind, there`s nothing wrong with sending a speculative application – in fact, some employers like this type of approach. Be sure to include your skills, experiences and ambitions in your cover letter, followed by a current CV. Other options are to publish your CV online and have it consulted by potential employers. All employers in Bahrain will request a certified copy of your exams, whether they are academic or graduate, so don`t lie on your CV. Also, a very good way is to make sure you have an up-to-date RESUME on sites like Monster, LinkedIn and Total Jobs to make your data visible to potential employers, who can then search for their ideal candidate without the cost of advertising. I know a lot of people who got jobs in the Middle East. Many questions about job search in Bahrain were answered many times during this forum. Please use the “Work in Bahrain” forum to review previous contributions to this topic. I`m being interviewed.
What should I ask my employer about my package? In this section, there is by no means a definitive list of questions you should ask your employer during a job interview based on our experience, most packages include in addition to salary: health insurance, accommodation allowance, moving allowance, car allowance, a plane ticket to the house (usually once or twice a year), club – gym and school membership. The amounts for each of these certificates really vary depending on your skill rate and your level within the company, so we don`t want to set numbers for them. Although this is not common, we have heard a series of incidents in which some dodgy companies try to take people to Bahrain and work without a visa. This is completely illegal and you should be careful when it comes to choosing the company you work for. Always research the company before accepting an offer. If you have any doubts, contact the Bahrain forum for more information. On the same subject, some companies (especially Western consultants) will tell you that they do not need to provide you with a visa from Bahrain or the CPR (residency) if they host you in Saudi Arabia. Although this is legally true, you cannot open a bank account, rent a car or receive a mobile phone by contract. Ask your Bahraini company to apply for your stay. What is the currency in Bahrain? The currency in Bahrain is the Bahraini dinar (BHD / BD).