CEO Message

Dear Prospective Future Team Member,

Welcome to our Recruitment Gateway! I am thrilled to have you here and am eager to share my excitement about the prospect of you joining our team at the Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs.

At MNGHA, we believe that exceptional healthcare services begin with exceptional people. Our team of healthcare professionals is not only passionate about their work but is also committed, connected, and engaged in delivering the highest quality care to our patients. We strive to create an environment where every staff member feels supported, valued, and empowered to make a difference.

As you navigate through our Recruitment Gateway, I encourage you to explore what makes MNGHA unique. We have a culture of excellence and innovation that sets us apart from other organizations. We are dedicated to providing our staff with opportunities for growth and development, and we value individuals who strive to make a positive impact not only on our patients' lives but on each other's lives as well.

I am confident that as you learn more about MNGHA and the exciting opportunities that await you, you will understand why we are so passionate about the work that we do. Together, we can make a positive impact on the lives of our patients and each other.
Thank you for considering MNGHA as your next career move. I look forward to welcoming you to MNGHA and seeing the positive impact you will bring to our organization.

Best Regards,

COO Message

Dear Potential Candidates,

At the Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs, manpower is the Organization’s greatest asset. It recognizes employee’s outstanding expertise, efforts and hard work that contributes to its continuous success. This reflects in the Organization’s commitment to creating a transparent and technology-driven recruitment process that attracts and retains the best talent in the industry.

In the same manner that MNGHA values patient care. It is dedicated to providing the highest standard of healthcare services to patients as reflected thru Kingdom-wide expansions, innovations and specialized healthcare services.

In this journey of workforce and patient care excellence, finding the right people who share these common values, passionate and committed to making a difference in the lives of patients starts with an effective recruitment process.

And as the Chief Operating Officer (COO), I am personally invested in ensuring that the recruitment process is efficient, effective, transparent and fair. You can expect clear communication, timely feedback, and assurance that every candidate has an equal opportunity to succeed. The Organization uses the latest technology to streamline these processes and ensure that we're making data-driven decisions to select the best candidates for the team.

If you're a driven and qualified individual impassioned to making a difference in healthcare industry, and is interested to work with equally brilliant and talented employees of MNGHA, I am inviting you to apply for various employment opportunities. I look forward to hearing from you and learning more about how you can help the Organization achieve its mission.


General Director Message

"At National Guard Health Affairs , we believe that our people are our greatest asset. We are committed to attracting, developing, and retaining top talent from diverse backgrounds who share our values of excellence, teamwork, and customer service. Our recruitment process is designed to identify the best candidates for each position and provide an outstanding candidate experience, from the initial application to the final interview. We are proud of our track record of success in building a strong and diverse workforce, and we are committed to continuous improvement to ensure that we remain a leader in talent management. Join us and be part of a team that is committed to excellence in all that we do."

Start your own journey of success

At MNGHA, we do believe that you are much more than your work experience. You are a unique individual with Passions, skills and preferences. We recognize your potentials and walk you through the road of development to reach your career goals. Mentorship, career development, pride in a job within a high brand and reputation organization and workmates who feel like family. A career with us compensates good on variety of aspects. Apply today, we will show you how to turn your potentials into work that fulfil your ambition and expectations.

Recruitment Mission

Our mission is to build a diverse and inclusive workforce of highly skilled professionals committed to exceptional patient care, through a streamlined and efficient recruitment process that ensures quality and creates a positive candidate experience. We foster a culture of continuous improvement through regular evaluation and feedback.

Recruitment Vision:

To attract, hire and retain the best healthcare talent with a seamless and transparent recruitment process that leverages technology and creates a great experience for all stakeholders.

Be a Part of the MNGHA Legacy

MNGHA believes in the capabilities, skills and potentials of every individual - the workforce that builds and serves as a strong foundation of this healthcare organization.

Realizing your dream job is very important to MNGHA. As the organization helps you attain your goals, a bright future also awaits you. Career opportunities, professional development and continuous learning are in store for you until you realize your highest potential - a holistic individual that is ready to explore the world of professionals!

Thus, as you step into a new chapter of your professional career, it is highly important that you choose to belong to one of the BEST healthcare organizations in the Kingdom. Above all, compensation that is at par with the global market is very gratifying to help you cope with the demands of the world.

In order to start a promising career, apply now and be a part of the most progressive, advanced and globally competitive healthcare organization in the Kingdom!

The Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs (MNGHA) acknowledges the fact that manpower is its main strength - the very foundation on which success and continuous progress of MNGHA heavily depends. Corporate Human Resources (CHR) clearly recognizes the value of the Program’s very core; thus, it constantly configures and assures that continuous Staff development of their skills and knowledge will be of major importance.


Various training programs are being mapped out by CHR’s umbrella department, Training.

Career Advancement

Offering a range of opportunities for career advancement and progression, including internal job postings, professional development programs, mentoring and coaching, and performance-based promotions.

People Matter

The MNGHA organization supports the welfare and development of its entire staff to advance in their profession.

The MNGHA Compensation Philosophy

The Ministry of National Guard Health Affairs (MNGHA) Compensation Program is strategically designed to attract highly qualified candidates to become part of a progressive and competent workforce. Further, it aims at motivating and retaining exceedingly skilled and committed staff that the organization heavily depends on in order to achieve the MNGHA Vision and Mission.
MNGHA guarantees that the pay structure is competitive and compliant with government regulations, wherein any adjustments are administered in accordance with the set guidelines and clearly communicated with the staff.

Being employed at MNGHA goes beyond the basic salary that employees receive on a regular basis. The organization, in line with relevant government regulations, is dedicated to provide both the candidates and employees competitive and equitable compensation packages that include Benefits, Services and Programs, as follows:

Sign-on Bonus

Housing Accommodation

Medical Insurance

Family Status Benefit

Paid Time Off

Mid-Year Benefit

Re-engagement bonus

Overtime/on call/shift

assignment allowance

specialization allowance

nature of work allowance

transport services

Annual Bonus Program

Career advancement programme

Saudi cadres development program

Training programmes

Continuing Professional Education Program

Employee Appreciation Program

Scholarship programs, and medical residency

Recreational activities programme

Employee Social Club Program

Disclaimer: Not all allowances/benefits offered by MNGHA are listed above. In addition, in order to qualify to the above Benefits, Services and Programs, particular eligibility requirements must be met according to the Benefit Group, as applicable.

Available Jobs


Assistant Consultant Gastroenterology

- Must have graduated from an accredited Medical School and possess a Doctor of Medicine Degree. - Must have completed General internal medicine program Residency Program successfully and obtained General Internal Medicine North American or Western-equivalent certification, i.e., Saudi/Arab Board. - Work Experience: Completed internal medicine residency program in accredited by Saudi Commission of health affairs.


Full Time


Consultant Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (PCICU)

Education: - Graduated of recognized medical school and/or post graduate degree or equivalent. - Training certificate of specialty North American Board in Pediatrics or equivalent. - Successful completion of accredited subspecialty fellowship program in pediatric cardiology. - Valid license /registered member of SCFHS. - An affiliation to cardiology organization/ societies (local/ international). Work Experience: At least one (1) year of clinical experience as a consultant PCICU in a recognized hospital/institution.


Full Time


Consultant Neurosurgery

- Successful completion of a structured, accredited residency training program acceptable to MNGHA. - Certification by the appropriate specialty board approved by the SCFHS and acceptable to MNGHA. - Total experience training and post-training should be equal to, or more than, seven (7) years. - The candidate should have a minimum of two (2) years experience in a tertiary care center in Neurosurgery after certification.


Full Time


Optometrist II

• Provide general optometric eye examinations with the guidance of the senior clinical staff using specific technological optometry tools and equipment; test the level of a patient’s vision, analyze results, diagnose and treat ocular issues and diseases such as farsightedness and glaucoma; provide patients with a vision prescription to ascertain the needed corrective lenses; and remove foreign objects from patient’s eye, as necessary.• Participate in discussing options with patients such as contact lenses, reading glasses and other types of corrective lenses and educate on proper cleansing of contacts, visual hygiene, lighting arrangements and other preventive vision care.• Participate in evaluating patient's general eye health by screening for diseases affecting the eye or other health issues such as diabetes and refer to other healthcare providers as necessary for specific treatment. Act as the primary liaison between other health care services and the optometry services when required.• Participate and ensure the organization keeps abreast with development and advancement in technology and procedures within the area of specialization in accordance with the international standards and MNGHA policies and procedures.• Cooperate and liaise with Healthcare Technology Management for calibration, repair, modification and maintenance of all optometry equipment/tools.• Participate in developing and implementing written teaching tools and educational materials for patient education in and outside the hospital, as required.• Implement and evaluate of protocols and procedures to ensure quality of optometry care for inpatients and outpatients.• Attend relevant committees requiring participation of optometry as assigned. Participate in multi-disciplinary meetings as required.• Conduct and participate in research studies related to optometry performed in the Hospital as required.• Secure workload as back up of the absent colleagues.• Collect, maintain and interpret record of workload measurement data and clinical statistics on an ongoing basis.• Perform other job related duties.


Full Time


Healthcare Service Engineer II

• Participate in incoming inspection, installation and commissioning of all incoming healthcare technology/equipment into the hospital and off-site clinics.• Conduct and document planned preventive first-line maintenance following approved Planned Preventive Maintenance (PPM) procedures, performance checks, corrective maintenance and demand service repairs on new and existing equipment in the hospital and off-site clinics in the most cost-effective way according to departmental and hospital policies and procedures.• Record and complete the necessary documentation, manually and in the Equipment Database, of all maintenance activities PPMs, repairs, incoming inspections and modifications.• Responsible for calibration and performance of essential healthcare technology, the failure of which could directly affect the operation of essential services of the health facility.• Conduct quality assurance rounds, as assigned by the Supervisor, in areas of responsibility to assess equipment safety and function and to discuss with users any issues of mutual concern.• Perform necessary action to minimize hazard and risks associated with healthcare technology use, and ensure corrective action and documentation recommended or issued by manufacturers and regulating agencies.• Apply conventional technical principles to modify, install and correct malfunctions on basic healthcare technology.• Operate specialized test equipment in troubleshooting, calibrating and maintaining medical equipment.• Coordinate, monitor, and work with vendor’s service representative on new equipment installations, and equipment warranty, demand and full service contracts.• Order PPM and repair parts as required. Identify the requirements to assure adequate parts inventory.• Respond to emergency calls after working hours through an established On-Call System.• Attend training courses on healthcare technology service as required. Transfer the knowledge gained during the training to other staff members through formal communication.• Provide recommendations as required, on the safe and proper use of healthcare technology/equipment to the hospital’s medical, nursing and technical staff.• Perform other HTM activities such as planning and costing their work, keeping a record of work, training equipment users, reading manuals and drawings, and monitoring demand or full service contracts of healthcare technology/equipment.• Apply relevant codes and standards related to the health environment and safety.• Apply environmental technical principles to modify, install and correct malfunctions on basic healthcare technology.• Responsible for the care and safekeeping of assigned and pooled tools and test instruments.• Perform other job related duties.


Full Time


Staff Physician Anesthesia

Education: Graduation from a recognized medical school completion of a period of structured training (national specific) and national board specialist certification. Experience: Minimum of 2 (two) years in Anesthesia following acquisition of national specialist status.


Full Time


Associate Consultant Pediatrics Intensive Care Unit

- MBBS or equivalent.- Saudi Board of Pediatrics or equivalent.- Training and post training should be ≥ 5 years - PICU Training or fellowship- Training and (re) certification in basic life support (BLS) and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) every 2 years


Full Time


Associate Consultant Emergency Medicine

Graduate from a Medical School recognized by MNGHA -Essential- Medical Practitioner who is Emergency Medicine Trained and Board Certified in North America or Saudi Arabia- Essential- Registered in SCFHS 1 -2 years’ Experience post specialty training – Essential-


Full Time


Insurance Doctor

• Evaluate and process claims in accordance with insurance policy, terms and conditions and MNGHA policies and procedures. Review medical reports and ensure proper entry and compatibility with the services provided by the hospital.• Check the accuracy of medical information with supporting documents (i.e. Laboratory, Pharmaceutical, Radiology, etc.). Communicate with the treating physician/medical team for any clarification or completion of missing information.• Escalate pending cases to the concerned department and follow-up directly with Medical Services. Coordinate and follow-up with the approving officer/s discrepancies in the official form.• Collaborate with the claims section team on clinical queries/requests to re-assess the claims. Develop billing system to improve Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) and decrease the number of rejections. Report any observations related to claims that may affect the RCM.• Facilitate the reconciliation process, respond to rejected claims with proper justifications in accordance with the insurance requirements and coordinate with the insurance companies for resubmission in a timely manner.• Participate in establishing, developing and implementing guidelines to evaluate and process medical claims.• Collect sufficient information for each issue and escalate it to the concerned department. Provide professional advice to subordinates on all aspects of medical insurance practice and law. Assume the responsibilities of Claims Analyst as and if required.• Prepare and present necessary reports and correspondences as required by the Executive Management and Senior Executive Management.• Perform other job related duties.


Full Time