Peruvian Social Security of Health, better known as EsSalud, Energizing Call for new jobs In different regions of the country. “We are constantly looking for competent people who are willing to commit and develop on a personal and professional level,” the entity says on its official website.
How do I apply for EsSalud?
Calls are public and you can review them in more detail on the website https://ww1.essalud.gob.pe/sisep/postular_oportunidades.htm . Here you can download the rules of the selection process, such as the subject of the call, the requesting agency or region, considerations for the application, the credits to be offered, and job characteristics, among other details.
When will the first call be?
According to the authority’s website, the start of registration for jobs will be next Tuesday, November 23, depending on the specialty. There are other registration dates, such as Wednesday 24 November, Friday 26 and Tuesday 29 November as well as during the first days of December.
The places available on this call are for Physicians, nurses, accountants, administrators, nutritionists, obstetricians, dental surgeons, social workers, pharmaceutical chemists, medical technologists, non-certified technicians, nursing technicians and health service assistants, among other things.
Do I have to register to apply?
All interested parties are required to register on the EsSalud portal or by clicking Here. Once they get to the page, they must fill in their personal information such as full name, ID number, and email.
How do I apply for a specific job offer?
- Before applying, it is recommended to check the timetable to see if the registration date is valid.
- If you meet the above requirements, click Apply.
- In the following datasheets, you must complete your personal and business information.
- When you submit your application, the EsSalud Personnel Selection System (SISEP) will send you an email, where they will specify the documents you must submit.
Can I apply for more than one job offer?
People can apply to many job offers, as long as they don’t fit the selection process itself.
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