Betim City Hall – MG rectifies Selection Process with more than 200 opportunities

Betim City Hall – MG rectifies Selection Process with more than 200 opportunities
Betim City Hall – MG rectifies Selection Process with more than 200 opportunities
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The published notice includes vacancies that will be aimed at professionals with secondary education.

The City of Betim, in the State of Minas Gerais, rectifies the Selection Process notice, which aims to hire 225 professionals with secondary education.

According to the document (rectification II) some items of the notice were changed, including the program content, educational requirements and exam framework.

The available vacancies will be distributed among the positions of Community Health Agent (109); Endemic Disease Control Agent (107) and Endemic Disease Control Agent – Field Supervisor (9).

These professionals must perform their duties for 40 hours per week, with remuneration ranging from R$2,824.00 to R$3,051.84 per month.

Within the total number of vacancies listed, there are functions that will be reserved for professionals (PCD, black people) who meet the specific requirements described in the notice.

Those interested in competing must submit applications by 4pm on May 2, 2024, only online via the IBGP Concursos website, responsible for organizing the notice.

For applications to be approved, it will be necessary to pay a fee of R$80.00.

The classification of competitors will take place through an objective test and hetero-identification procedure, which must be applied from May 26, 2024.

The test will cover the topics of Portuguese, logical reasoning, computer skills, public health legislation and specific knowledge.

This Selection Process will be valid for a period of two years, with the possibility of extension for a similar period if necessary.

More information about the selection can be found in the opening notice, available in full on our website for consultation.

The article is in Portuguese

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