Job Vacancies for Rangers
Job Title: Ranger
Prince Mohammed bin Salman Royal Reserve stretches along the northwest coast, from Al Wajh in the south to Duba in the north, Al Dhalfa in the east, and the Red Sea in the west. It includes Badaa, Abu Raka, Wadi Al Disa and Rahib. Its goal is to conserve, protect, and restore the natural and cultural assets of the reserve and become a global tourism destination.
The Authority intends to appoint men and women rangers to carry out conservation functions. Successful candidates will be required to live on base and/or camp in the reserve and work both day and night shifts.
- Preferably resident in the reserve
- Minimum high school education , fluent reading and writing
- Aged 22 to 35 years.
- In good mental and physical health
- No criminal history
- Valid driver’s licence
- Prior similar experience an advantage
Interested applicants can access the application form below. Applicants will be required to upload the following documents:
- Curriculum vitae in Arabic.
- A copy of their high school certificate. (or higher level of qualification)..
- Health certificate confirming fitness to participate in the selection. (The form is attached to the job advert).
- A copy of their national ID and Copy of driver's license.
- A full-length photo of the person standing.
- Proof of residency (eg electricity bill under the candidate’s name or the father of the candidate, or Letter of Identification stamped by the governor office)
Shortlisted applicants will be required to attend a 4-day selection at the PMBSR offices in Al Wajh. The selection will include interviews, and physical and mental endurance tests. Applicants must be able to walk 10 km, run 5 km, perform 15 push-ups, 20 sit-up exercises, and at least 1 pull up exercise.
Please note: the selection program for the ladies will start on Thursday, June 29, 2023 at 4:00 pm until Sunday, July 2, 2023.
Applications start Sunday, June 11,2023 and close 12:00 am on Wednesday June 14, 2023. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applicants who do not receive a response within 3 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.