The Ministry of Refugees, Labor, Health, and Social Affairs announced that the registration of Georgian citizens’ legal employment in Israel started on April 12. According to the agreement between the State of Israel and the Government of Georgia, Georgian citizens will be able to be employed as assistants in long-term care facilities in the State of Israel.
Registration is available throughout the year on the following portal: http://workabroad.moh.gov.ge/
The duration of employment is 1 year, after which the employee must leave the country.
Functions and responsibilities of the worker:
• Patient care and mobility assistance;
• Patient hygiene care (including bathing, grooming, linen replacement);
• Patient feeding/feeding assistance;
• Communication with the patient;
• Maintaining the cleanliness of the chamber;
• Provide other assistance to patients as needed under the supervision of a nurse.
Working hours: Employment means working full time – 6 working days a week, 42 hours a week. Overtime work (additional 16 hours or more per week) is possible, which will be remunerated at an increased rate.
The job seeker must meet the following requirements:
• Education: graduated from at least high school;
• Must have a state-recognized “Home Care / Care” training diploma/certificate, or a diploma from a nurse/nurse assistant;
• Fluency in English and/or Russian.
• Must be a citizen of Georgia;
• Age: from 25 to 45 years;
• Physically and mentally healthy;
• No criminal record;
• No work history in Israel;
• Never lived in Israel without permission;
• Must not have parents, spouse, children working or living in Israel;
• The candidate must consent to pass the COVID-19 test in Georgia before entering Israel;
• Candidate must agree to COVID-19 and other vaccinations required to work in a long-term care facility upon arrival in Israel in accordance with current regulations of the Israeli Ministry of Health.
For more information, you can visit the following page: https://www.facebook.com/worknet.gov.ge or call: 1505.
By Ketevan Skhirtladze