Explore the possibilities of working on a beautiful island. Whatever your specific goals or talents might be, a career at our laboratory is an opportunity to learn, grow and become a valued member of an extraordinary team. If you’re passionate about outstanding patient care, join us and see the difference you can make in your own and other people’s lives. View our vacancies and/or apply for open employment opportunities by sending an email to the Senior HR Advisor, Rolando van der Linde at email@example.com.
- Vacature FSLMA – Arts-Microbioloog
- Vacature FSLMA – Klinisch Patholoog
- Vacature FSLMA – Klinisch Chemicus
Working at our laboratory
We are located at less than a 5-minute walk from the beautiful white beaches of Aruba. We are part of the Dr. Horacio E. Oduber Hospital, a general hospital pursuing constant improvement of quality and safety. At all times is the patient our main focus.
Work and residence permit
In order to be able to work and live in Aruba as a “non-Aruban” you need a valid work and residence permit. Obtaining this permit requires quite some documents and time. If you are interested, the department of Human Resources will gladly give you extensive information on this topic. For more information, please click here for the checklist.
Relocation and accommodation
(Temporarily) moving to Aruba from another country involves quite some organizing. The hospital will assist you in making the relocation process easier. We will give you all the necessary information concerning all that has to be arranged to be able to move to Aruba. Costs to obtain the work and residence permit will be reimbursed by the hospital, and you will also receive an allowance for the costs of settling. You will be assisted in the process of accommodation and other related affairs.
Aruba is a fantastic island to live for children, youngsters, adults and the elderly. The island has something for everyone! This is the reason Aruba is known as “One Happy Island”.
In addition, our experienced department of Human Resources is available to answer any questions you or your family may have.
Each day approximately 22,000 students receive education in over 80 schools. Classes are taught in Dutch and secondary education examinations are equal to the ones given in the Netherlands. In addition, Aruba has an International School with English as the instruction language. For more information please click herefor the website of the Department of Education in Aruba.