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Joint Workshop Between MOH and MCS to Determine Manpower Needs and Fill Health Vacancies
26 August 2014
A workshop was held today (Wednesday) 27/8/2014 (corresponding to 01/11/1435H) between the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Civil Service in the presence of His Excellency the Acting Minister of Health, Eng. Adel bin Mohammed Faqih, and His Excellency the Minister of Civil Services, Dr. Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al-Barrak, with the participation of a number of officials from both ministries. In the beginning, Eng. Faqih reviewed the complete manpower needs of the Ministry of Health (MOH) in light of the current and future operation plans, given that new health utilities will be opened in a number of the Kingdom's cities over the coming period.
 
 On his part, the Minister of Civil Service has briefed the meeting about the orientations and tendencies of his ministry within its strategic plan, which uphold the principles of merit and transparency in joining the public job in such manner that ensures promoting it, especially in the health sector among all the applicants, in line with the e-Recruitment Program (Jadara). His Excellency pointed out also the number of job seekers from various academic degrees suitable for health jobs.
 
 The two parties agreed to form a team chaired by his Excellency the Deputy Minister of Civil Service, Dr. Salih Al-Shohiab, and his Excellency the Vice Minister of Health for Planning and Development, Dr. Muhammad Khoshaim, with a view to bringing to action what has been discussed regarding the MOH's manpower needs, and meeting them from the various levels of health jobs, including holders of BA, master's degree and health diplomas. Moreover, the two parties have underscored that candidates should meet the requirements of qualification, eligibility and efficiency, according to the criteria upon which the two parties shall agree.
 
Within the same vein, the two parties agreed that the Ministry of Health has to provide the Ministry of Civil Service with all job vacancies for health professionals, including holders of health diplomas. The information provided by the MOH should include the specialty, the number, and the location, according to a time plan for filling them, to be agreed upon and announced to all, taking into consideration diploma holders who are attending a training program.
 
 
 
 



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