City council gives green light for hiring of radiologic tech
The city council approved the request for the hiring one radiologic technologist for the City Health Services office (CHSO) from March to August 2023 subject to the rules and regulations governing the employment of emergency or casual basis personnel.
Under Resolution 250, s. 2023 the committee on ethics, governmental affairs, and personnel recommended the approval of the request to hire a radiologic technician for six months in compliance with Section 77 of Republic Act 7160 or the Local Government Code of 1991.
Mayor Benjamin Magalong wrote the city council on March 13, requesting for the hiring of one radiologic technologist for the CHSO on a casual employment status from March to December.
This is to give ample time for the training and turnover of duties of Rodolfo Paraguison, the current radiologic technologist, who is retiring in June.
In a certificate of availability of funds dated March 13, the city’s Local Finance Committee certified P563,000 is available under the 2023 appropriations of the CHSO earmarked for personnel services of plantilla items.
The CHSO needs the services of a radiologic technologist because of the daily volume of people needing to undergo x-ray examination as part of the requirement for their employment and for other purposes.
Radiologic technologists are one of the highly skilled personnel in demand in private and public institutions locally and overseas courtesy of their expertise in handling state-of-the-art x-ray equipment in laboratories. – PIO release