The Foundation of the State Hospital of Minas Gerais (Fhemig) publishes, this Friday (21), a public tender notice of contract for 1,822 vacancies, with salaries ranging from R$ 1,455.58 to R$ 11,982.14, depending on occupation, entry level and weekly workload. The goal is to replace servers that have stopped working, been cleared, or died between January 2019 and November 2021.
The competition will include 319 job vacancies for Analysts (senior level), 557 for physicians, 741 for nursing professionals (senior and technical levels) and 205 for operational health technicians (intermediate and technical levels). The announcement will be published in the Official Gazette of the State of Minas Gerais.
The vacant positions are for Fhemig units in Belo Horizonte and the metropolitan area, Uberlandia, Governador Valadares, Ipatinga, and Pouso Alegre, as well as forming a reserve registry for Juiz de Fora, Barbacena and Patos de Minas.
Registration will start at 4pm on June 20th and will continue until 4pm on July 25th. The fee amount is R$135 for the position of Doctor; R$100 for Analysts and Senior Nursing Professionals; and R75 for technicians and administrative assistants. The waiver may be requested to register between June 20 and 22, subject to the conditions set forth in the public notice.
Objective and rhetorical exams, of an exclusionary and categorical nature, for all positions, will be held on September 17, preferably in Belo Horizonte. Further details are available in the public notice of the competition, on the website of the organizing bank, Fundação Getlio Vargas.
The period of validity of the public tender is two years, counted from the date of publication of the endorsement of the final result, and it may be extended only once for the same period.
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