Newly recruited nurses on fixed-term contracts will receive a salary of 3,000 euros per month and a bonus of 4,000 to 7,000 euros.
To great ills, great remedies. To make up for the cruel lack of nurses in the midst of a pandemic, the Ile-de-France Regional Health Agency (ARS) has decided to pull out all the stops. A regional system was launched on Monday, open until February 28, allowing Ile-de-France health establishments to recruit IDE (state-certified nurses) on fixed-term contracts for extremely attractive remuneration.
It amounts to 3085 euros gross per month, to which is added an exceptional bonus of 4000 euros for a CDD of 6 months and 7000 euros for a CDD of 9 months for a full-time activity. Not to mention “precariousness allowance and compensation for leave that could not be taken“, Details the regional agency in a press release.
Non-renewable fixed-term contracts
The working conditions will also be advantageous. Recruited nurses will be free to work part-time (between 40% and 100%) and to choose their daily working time. For these positions, the ARS is targeting FDI “with versatile experience, particularly in temporary work“. Only constraints, theymust be assigned to the establishment where they worked on a temporary basis and must not be on leave from a public health establishment party to the scheme“.
The fixed-term contracts offered are non-renewable. They aim to “fill, until the fall of 2022, vacant positions in health establishments“, explains the ARS. At the end of December, echoes, the director general of the Public Assistance-Hospitals of Paris (AP-HP), Martin Hirsch, assured that there was a lack of “1000 to 1500 nurses” in his establishments.