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Horta ,  March 22, 2018

Authorisation for opening 762 vacancies in Public Administration published in the Official Journal

The Azorean Government published today in the Official Journal the authorisation for the hiring of 762 workers for the Regional Administration under a civil service employment contract.
 
"This represents an enormous effort undertaken by the Azorean Government in order to improve the quality of public service and ensure the full operation of services with the necessary qualified resources," said the Vice-President of the Government.
 
Speaking on the sidelines of a plenary session at the Legislative Assembly, Sérgio Ávila stated that this is "an opportunity to improve the quality of public service and, also, an opportunity to promote the rejuvenation of public service."
 
"These vacancies correspond to the estimated Region's needs in terms of human resources for the coming times," said the Vice-President. According to him, "they also take into consideration the workers who are about to retire, i.e., those aged over 60 who are on a long-term sick leave."
 
Sérgio Ávila added that the number of vacancies available for the external admission procedures according to the table published today "also arises from the evaluation of the needs of each service to guarantee the provision and quality of public service."
 
These vacancies mainly concern positions the areas of Education and Health for several categories: 318 for operational assistant, 187 for senior technicians, 136 for technical assistants, 43 for nurses, 21 for physicians and 57 for other professional categories.
 
The hiring of physicians and nurses will fill in vacancies in the Region's Island Health Units.
 
"The 762 vacancies will add up to 192 external admission procedures, currently in the second phase, which will open a total of 954 vacancies for positions in the Regional Administration throughout the year," said Sérgio Ávila.
 
The government official recalled that the "Public Administration was reinforced with the admission of 606 workers in the last three years." In the same period, the number of young workers up to 30 years of age registered an increase of 37 percent.
 
"With this data, we will have an increasingly younger and qualified Public Administration in the future, always respecting those who, regardless of their age, provide a service to the public cause with determination and quality," said Sérgio Ávila.


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