The Diputación de Araba will approve a PEO of 60-70 places


Public job offer

The places will be aimed at the most highly qualified groups of the institution –groups A and B– which correspond to middle and higher university graduates.

The Provincial Council of Álava will approve in the second semester of 2016 a public offer of employment (OPE) of between 60 and 70 places for the groups with the highest qualifications of the institution –groups A and B– that correspond to middle university graduates and higher. The characteristics and bases of the call are being negotiated with the unions.

The deputy for the Promotion of Employment, Commerce and Tourism, and Regional Administration, Cristina González, made this announcement today during her appearance at the General Meetings of Álava to explain the negotiations held in the Personnel Board and has insisted on the need to renew and provide stability to the workforce as a means to guarantee the quality of public services in the medium term.

González has presented throughout his speech the matters subject to debate and negotiation with the trade union centrals (labor calendar, job exchanges, list of jobs, training, Basque, occupational health and safety, etc.), and has ensured that steps are being taken to restore the working conditions that public workers had before the cuts by the Rajoy government.

The provincial deputy has highlighted that the next call for OPEs is also at the negotiating table as a means to solve the “three structural problems” presented by the provincial staff: an interim rate that exceeds 23%, a high average age of 51 years and obsolete and / or exhausted job boards. “We must remember that the last public job offer was almost nine years ago,” he said.

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The head of the Department of Employment Promotion, Commerce and Tourism, and Regional Administration has explained that it is going to approve OPEs in a staggered manner throughout the legislature to be able to manage them properly and avoid the risks that a massive offer would have for the normal operation of the institution. The first OPE will be approved, he specified, in the second half of 2016, probably at the end of the year, and the tests will take place in 2017.

A mixed commission made up of heads of the Public Function Directorate and worker representatives has been negotiating for several weeks this first public job offer, the number and characteristics of the positions that will be offered and the bases of the call. This body has already held two meetings and plans to hold a third meeting next week.

Finally, it has affirmed that the relationship with the trade union centrals has been presided over from the beginning of the legislature by dialogue and negotiation. “We have differences as is logical and normal, but we also have points in common. Both parties also share that dialogue is essential to generate a climate that facilitates agreements ”.

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