This competition aims to fill the vacancies of the infrastructures built under the Integrated Plan for the Intervention of Municipalities (PIIM).
Thus, of the total of 8000 available places, 1500 will be directed to the admission of doctors while 3500 will be destined to nursing technicians, writes Angop.
Already 1700 vacancies will be destined for the admission of diagnostic and therapeutic technicians, 1000 for hospital support, 200 for the general regime and 200 for social workers (second class social worker).
According to Angop, interested parties can submit their registration through the website www.ingresso-minsa.ao.
It is recalled that in early May, the Minister of Health announced the launch of the aforementioned contest. On the occasion, Sílvia Lutucuta clarified that the vacancies in question are part of a total of 24,000 to be filled over the next three years.
This is the third tender, and of the 33 thousand professionals hired in the two previous public tenders, more than half (80 percent) were integrated in various municipalities.