The Health Service today examines 2,516 applicants for 350 positions as medium health technician / medium health technician in auxiliary nursing care as part of the stabilisation process

Sep 10, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Post, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

In the last four months of the year the selective tests are scheduled to be held by competitive examination for thirty categories.

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The Health Service in Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza is examining 2,516 professionals who aspire to obtain one of the 350 positions of medium health technician/medium health technician in auxiliary nursing care as part of the extraordinary stabilisation process by competitive examination.

The tests are being held at 10 am in the Guillem Cifre de Colonya and Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos buildings of the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) in Mallorca; at the UIB headquarters in Menorca; and at the IES Sa Blanca Dona secondary school in Ibiza. By islands, 2,088 candidates will sit the exams on Mallorca, 159 on Menorca and 269 on Eivissa.

This Sunday, the Health Service is kicking off the first of a series of selective tests for the stabilisation of healthcare and non-healthcare staff that will be held over the next four months. A total of thirty categories will be examined, allowing access to 2,239 places by competitive examination.

With the completion of these tests by the end of the year, all those foreseen within the stabilisation process will have been completed, thanks to which 4,115 positions will be permanent, 1,620 by extraordinary competition and 2,495 by merit-based competition.

The evolution of public employment has been characterised by a high rate of temporary employment, especially in the health sector. The stabilisation plan and the public employment offers planned by the Health Service will make it possible to reduce casualisation in the public health network from 30% to 8%. Both measures are one of the main commitments of the Health Service to try to reduce casualisation, eliminate precariousness and offer stability to workers in the public health system.