Health Minister Fahrettin Koca stated that applications for the recruitment of 10 thousand contracted health personnel and 10 thousand permanent workers will begin on March 15. Minister Koca made the following statements in his statement:
“As it is known, a total of 30 thousand positions/cadres, 10 thousand of which are contracted health personnel and 40 thousand of which are permanent workers, were created for our Ministry by the Presidency, and at the first stage, 20 thousand contracted health personnel of this number were recruited.
The Presidency granted an open assignment permission for the remaining 10 thousand contracted health personnel positions and 10 thousand permanent workers.
In this context, we are starting the recruitment process of 10 thousand contracted health personnel, with the central placement to be made by OSYM according to the KPSS score, to be employed in the provincial organization service units of our Ministry. Information including branch distributions was sent to ÖSYM to prepare a preference guide.
Psychologists, Social Workers, Biologists, Audiologists, Child Developmentists, Dieticians, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Language and Speech Therapists, of which 5 are Nurses, 175 Midwives and 800 Health Technicians/Health Technicians, Perfusionist and Health Physicist titles will be recruited.
After the Preference Guide is published on the ÖSYM website, candidates will be able to make their choices as of March 15, 2022. Announcements can be followed on the website of the General Directorate of Management Services of our Ministry and OSYM.
In addition, a total of 10 thousand permanent workers will be recruited to work in cleaning services, protection and security services, maintenance and repair services, chauffeur services and other services as clinical support staff. Applications can be made through the Turkish Employment Agency (İŞKUR) esube.iskur.gov.tr address between March 15, 2022 – March 21, 2022.
I believe that these appointments will make significant contributions to the provision of better quality health services to our citizens. Good luck to our health community."