Working in Oman requires that you hold a residence permit. In common with other Gulf countries, you must be sponsored by an employer to obtain a residence permit.
Though you are technically allowed to search for jobs in Oman while on a tourist visa, you are recommended to arrive with employment secured.
Once you accept a job in Oman, you will have to sign an employment contract. This usually occurs in your home country, well before you leave for Oman. This will contain your conditions of employment and will probably include a detailed job description, including a clear list of your rights and responsibilities.
The working week in Oman is 5 days.
Oman has a full spectrum of accommodation – from ultra-luxurious hotels to extremely rustic huts in the desert constructed from date palm leaves. Therefore, finding accommodation that suits your preferences and budget should not be a problem at all.