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The government launches the largest public job offer in history: these are the data

Date: June 27, 2022 7:51 pm

The government of Pedro Sánchez, through the Ministry of Finance and Public Administration, approves on Tuesday at its Council of Ministers largest job offer in history. This comes after an agreement reached this Monday by the CCOO, UGT and CSI-F unions and the executive branch. These are all the details of the offer.

How many places are offered?

Yesterday the trade unions agreed on a total of 29,578 beds. This figure does not include positions in the forces and bodies of state security, the Armed Forces and the bodies of justice, a source in the trade union said. Summing up the positions of judges, police, civil guard and army, in total 44 788.

How are seats distributed?

Nail 15,880 will be new income. These include, in particular, 1,150 places for new social security services and benefits, such as the minimum living income, which are not taken into account in the calculation of the replacement rate. will also 9,591 seats for internal promotion1.8% more than in 2021, and there will be more 4100 places for stabilization processes temporary staff.

For its part, Justice will be allocated 1,737 seats plus 5,945 for stabilization. 4,992 will be for the police and civil guards and 1,951 for the army.

How much has the supply increased compared to last year?

Last year, 2021, a total of 30,455 seats were offered. So this year the global increase is over 13,400. 29% more. Since the PSOE and United We Can entered government, the supply has increased year on year.

What other issues does the agreement include?

In this call for public employment, it was also agreed “streamline the selection processes, reducing the time to publicize calls, the time to recruit new staff, and the time between exercises and multi-year planning of the Administration’s needs to ensure its viability over the medium term and reduce the staffing gap.” In addition, the agreement reached includes review within the next three months of internal promotion processes to simplify and shorten the programs of promotion systems in order to achieve a wider coverage of the called posts and to guarantee the professional career of the staff in the service of the public administration.

On the other side, the confrontation phase will be simplified by reducing topics and exercises and the objection step note will be reserved for future calls if the process fails. As for the competition phase, the selective course will be strengthened as a phase of learning and evaluation of practical content directly related to the places.

What is the assessment of trade unions?

CSIF commends the agreement reached, “which lays the foundation for solving the serious staffing problems of this Administration in areas such as Social Security or the Public Employment Service (PSES), whose activities are related to the amount of benefits they must attend and the reduction of their templates.” In any case, this union reminds that “civil servants are losing purchasing power by more than 15% and it is urgent to negotiate a salary increase.” In this regard, CSIF organized a demonstration on May 25 in various parts of the state.

Behind CCOOThe agreement reached is a major achievement as it “and begins a recovery in public sector employment lost from the previous crisis and cutbacks in 2012, helping to rejuvenate the aging workforce with 15,880 new jobs,” according to its secretary general, Unai Glukhoi.

From UGT They believe the agreement includes measures to streamline selection processes through social dialogue, as required by their federation of public services.



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