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Recruitment of 500 firefighters announced by Civil Protection Minister

Minister of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection, Vassilis Kikilias, announced the hiring of 500 new firefighters and outlined the priorities for strengthening the  Civil Protection over the next period. In an interview with Sunday edition of newspaper to vima.gr, Minister Kikilias said “our first priority is the recruitment of more …

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Gov’t starts recruiting of “police officers” for universities

Greece’s government is proceeding with its plan to have police officers at the universities of the country and the recruitment of officers is scheduled to begin in the next few days. The recruitment of officers who will man the so-called university police teams that will protect academic institutions around the …

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Coronavirus: Greece to accelerate recruitment of medical staff in hospitals, labs, entrance gates

Greece has decided to accelerate the recruitment of health personnel as one of the alert measures of the country to deal with possible infections of coronavirus. This was decided at the meeting of the National Public Health Council on Monday with the aim to shield Greece against the disease.. Recruited …

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Greece to recruit 10,000 doctors and health staff with 1:1 scheme

For the first time after the Greek crisis and the bailout agreements, the government will implement the scheme 1:1 in order to strengthen staff in the country’s health system. The scheme 1 recruitment  : 1 departure/retirement was abolished by the lenders’ first bailout of 2010 and replaced with 1:5 scheme …

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Greek Gov’t to hire 14K civil servants after laying-off 14K

Greek government plans to hire some 14,000 civil servants and thus despite the fact that more than 4,000 were laid off last year and more than 15,000 are to be laid-off this year by the orders of the Troika. Crazy? It depends… According to the governmental recruitment plan obtained by …

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