The announcement has been approved. The goal is to get to form a ranking from which to draw to activate fixed-term assignments
IVREA. The ASL / To4 opens its doors to Ukrainian doctors, nurses and health workers and publishes a call to form a ranking and propose fixed-term contracts for medical, health and assistance activities in its facilities.
The public notice, signed by the general manager of ASL / To4, Stefano Scarpetta, was published last Friday, July 15. The goal is to get to form a ranking from which to draw to activate fixed-term assignments. The success, or not, of the announcement is all an unknown. There is no idea how many Ukrainian citizens in the area may have the required skills, including an adequate knowledge of the Italian language, to be able to register for this call. The general manager Scarpetta, for his part, underlines how, since there is an important shortage of health professionals in the staff of the ASL / To4, the involvement of Ukrainian citizens who have fled the war and have skills in the health field can also represent an opportunity.
Once the questions have been collected in response to the public notice, they will be examined by a commission which will then meet the candidates for an interview. At the end of the evaluations, a ranking will be drawn up with the people considered suitable. As a general requirement, candidates were said to have an adequate knowledge of the Italian language. Specifically, the call is open to Ukrainian citizens residing in Ukraine before last February 24, the professional qualification for which they intend to apply obtained abroad regulated by specific directives issued by the Union and the European Refugee Qualifications Passport. In addition to personal documents, it will be necessary to attach a curriculum in Italian or English.
The public notice of the ASL / To4 refers to national legislation. Ukrainian health professionals will be able to practice in Italy until March 2023, on the basis of a derogation introduced last March in the so-called Energy decree which allows Ukrainians fleeing the war to carry out the profession without formal recognition of their qualifications. From national data, it is estimated that over two thousand Ukrainian healthcare professionals are refugees, 95% of them women.