Steps to apply to the government job announcement for doctors

Steps to apply to the government job announcement for doctors

As announced during his presidential campaign, the president, Gustavo Petro, announced the call in which citizens who reside, both in Colombia and abroad, who are doctors will be able to apply to be part of his government.

(Six new ministers of the Petro government have already taken office).

“For every citizen with a doctor’s degree in Colombia or abroad who wants to collaborate with the leadership of the government, we open this link so that they can register,” Petro published on his official Twitter account.

So things, know the step by step to apply to the job call of the government for doctors, according to the information published by the president.

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1. Enter the link of the call.

2. Fill out the form with the requested personal data. Here you must specify whether or not you are in the country.

3. In the ‘studies’ section enter your doctoral degree and the educational institution of the academic program. Also add your undergraduate and graduate courses.

4. In the work experience point out the most recent and the most relevant projects that you have developed and are related to your specialty.

5. Answer the following questions:
– Why do you think you should work in the Government of change?
– What do you think you can contribute to the Government of change?
– In which sector or entity do you think you can contribute your experience and knowledge?

Although details of the positions that would be available are not yet known, those selected will be contacted, according to the profiles and responses.

(There are 2,000 vacancies available for trade, service and collection).

BRIEFCASE
*With information from EL TIEMPO



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