MOH News
A Ministerial Decision to Employ 76 Health Diploma Holders
15 April 2012
   His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah, has issued a decision to employ 76 health diploma holders (of both genders), in cooperation with the Ministry of Civil Service, in accordance with the differentiation systematic criteria. These graduates will take the place of waivers of the job, and those who had been nominated for work in the Ministry of Health (MOH) and haven't assumed their jobs.
 
This decision has been taken in compliance with the Royal Decree stipulating the approval of the detailed plan and timetable putting forward a number of urgent, short-range solutions meant to address the increase of graduates and health diploma holders, as well as the solutions included in the second program of urgent solutions, aiming to assimilate those who have passed the professional classification of the Saudi Committee for Health Specialties (SCHS). This decree is obligatory for all governmental authorities providing health services, as well as the private health sector.
 
The decision stipulates the employment of nominees in accordance with their respective specialties, levels and degree. It also obligates employees to join the Ministry's accredited training course. The date of their work commencement is reckoned the same as the date of their joining the course. In case of non-attendance for 15 days, as of the date of their employment, their employment decisions will be cancelled, and in order to be reemployed in the future, they will have to reapply to the Ministry of Civil Service once again. The training course, besides, is considered a part of the assessment of the probationary year. Employees will have to sign the avowals enclosed, including the commitment to incur the job tasks in place, and refraining from demanding commissioning or transfer until after a year from the date of commencement.
It was made clear in the decision that every directorate has to complete the employment requirements through the competent department in each directorate. That's to be added to applying medical examinations to all employees to ensure they are physically qualified for their respective jobs.
 
As stipulated in the decree, also, first-time employees will be given the employment allowance, equal to the value of one month's salary, in accordance with Article 45 of the Financial Rights and Benefits Regulation, issued under the Royal Decree No 28/A on February 23rd, 2011.
 



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