The procurement arm of the Ministry of Health issued an invitation on Wednesday to all nursing professionals who are interested to bid for the provision of their services in the area of handling of thermal cameras that detect body temperature at Cyprus’ ports and airports.
The subject of the competition as announced by the Health Ministry is “Purchase of the Services of Nurses for the handling of thermal cameras and platforms to be used for travellers to Cyprus at the airports of Larnaca – Paphos and at the ports of Limassol – Larnaca.”
The duration of the contract is three months with a renewal option for a further three months and the offered salary is €1,209 per month for a 37.5-hour six-day workweek on a shift basis.
Those interested, the Health Ministry said, can obtain more information and the application forms for declaration of interest in electronic form from the relevant Ministry of Health website (in Greek only), and submit their declaration of interest in accordance with the attached instructions of the competition documents.
The closing date for the submission of applications is June 5, 2020 at 10:00 hrs.
Cyprus is gearing up to reopen its airports on June 9 with stringent measures in place to stem the spread of Coronavirus.
Pictured: People are seen through a thermal camera used to detect high body temperatures at the central bus station and Metro’s Central station, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brasilia, Brazil, June 2, 2020. REUTERS/Adriano Machado