Valencia, September 21 (EFE).- The 2022 public employment offer of the Generalitat will include the first 353 places that will be accessed only through opposition and without merit competition, that is, points in the final grade will not be counted gained by previous experience in public administration.
Details of which posts will go to opposition parties under this system will be released next October, the Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs said in a statement.
This was explained by the Minister of Justice, Interior and Public Administration, Gabriela Bravo, after her speech at the closing of the conference towards a new electoral model in the public service, which closed on Wednesday in Valencia.
It was attended by those responsible for the selection of personnel from the governments of the Canary Islands, Catalonia, Murcia, Galicia, Balearic Islands, Aragon, La Rioja, Andalusia, Cantabria, Madrid and Extremadura, as well as city councils and councils, social agents and professors and experts in the field.
The minister elaborated that the Generalitat has played a leading role in proposing “a new model of opposition, less rote and it takes into account other necessary skills for the new profile and besides theoretical-practical tests, the same will be”. Internship Period in Health MIR”.
Also, “a true elective course will be implemented in the new Valencian School of Public Administration (EVAP)” which, in addition to training, will include “periods of performance in various administrative positions” and will be “evaluative and decisive” for the final entry to the Generalitat”.
In this sense, the councilor recalled that, in the Valencian Civil Service Law approved in 2021, “we undertook to offer at least 50 percent of the place. Annual offer through the system of free opposition”, with the aim of improving the recruitment of staff and guaranteeing the principle of equal opportunities.
For the minister, the system not only guarantees equal opportunities but also attracts “young talent in administration”.
To this end, “we are gearing up to increase our presence in universities and higher education institutions. We want young people to see the civil service as an attractive, stable job opportunity with future prospects”, says Gabriela Bravo.
In this regard, he recalled the announcement by the president of the Generalitat, Jimo Puig, on Tuesday “to expand our scholarship program, to give 700 euros of support to 700 young people who want to apply for jobs in the public administration. Per month.
All these measures will be accompanied by professionalization of electoral bodies. For this reason, the Minister also announced that the Valencian Community will be the first to create, which will be attached to the Valencian School of Public Administration, “Permanent Electoral Commission, composed, at least 50%, of career civil servants exclusively dedicated. For”.
Bravo recalls that the Valencian public administration “plans to retire a third of its workforce over the next eight years, which opens up a unique opportunity for renewal and generational change”.
For the Council’s head of public functions, administration is “the skeleton of welfare and we cannot imagine the social state and law without a strong and prepared public service that truly works at the service of citizens”.