MSD to host recruitment events for Saudi pharmacy graduates

MSD to host recruitment events for Saudi pharmacy graduates
MSD to host recruitment events for Saudi pharmacy graduates

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RIYADH — MSD Saudi Arabia announced that it will hold dedicated recruitment open days in Riyadh on Dec. 17 and in Jeddah on Dec. 22 to meet with new Saudi graduates’ and introduce them to the company’s profile and operations.

The initiative is aligned with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and reflects MSD’s focus towards empowering young and aspiring local Saudi talents with a tailor-made program that has been designed exclusively to integrate, train and equip local employees with education and best practices across several business functions.

The recruitment events will be open to all pharmacy graduates, professional medical representatives and soon-to-be graduates primarily interested in becoming professional medical representatives. On the spot interviews will be conducted and registered candidates will be able to participate in a range of activities to learn more about the company and available roles. Candidates will also meet the MSD team and get involved in the social media and digital corner in an effort to learn more about the company’s digital outreach programs. — SG


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