Beijing recruits talent nationwide for 187 high-end jobs

14:49, June 13, 2011      

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Beijing Human Resources and Social Security Bureau issued a special talent introduction plan for social construction on June 9, which aims to fill 187 high-end jobs in order to strengthen and innovate social administration and comprehensively promote social construction.

This is said to be the first time Beijing has issued a special talent introduction plan for the social construction sector. Applicants who are recruited can register their households in Beijing together with their spouse and children.

Social construction is based on talent, and Beijing has focused on the health, education and scientific research areas this time. There are 187 high-end job vacancies from 99 units, including 97 vacancies from 49 health agencies, accounting for 52 percent of the total.

Most of the jobs are for leaders and professionals of certain academic areas, including 36 posts for leaders of certain academic areas and 12 for department directors. Of the vacancies, 25 need chief physician qualifications. In the education sector, 43 agencies are recruiting talent for 81 vacancies, accounting for 43 percent and with higher requirements for specialists.

The first release of social construction talent demands by Beijing enhanced the support to grassroots social service agencies. Eight health care agencies at the municipal level have 15 vacancies, accounting for 15 percent of the total demand in the sector and 79 vacancies are from 40 health care agencies at the county and district levels, accounting for 81 percent of the total.

Among the 81 vacancies from the 43 education agencies, 12 are from six higher education institutions, accounting for 15 percent of the total demand in the sector and 69 posts are from 37 ordinary middle schools, accounting for 85 percent. There are also six vacancies from four community health care agencies.

To adjust misdistribution of education and health care resources and to ease the shortage of talent in remote areas and at the grassroots level, Beijing has paid more attention to the public service agencies in remote areas and counties as well as those at the grassroots level to promote equalization in the public service sector.

By People's Daily Online

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