By Laura Kemp • 08 June 2021 • 13:22
Nerja Town Council Advances In The Processing Of Its First List Of Jobs. Image - Ayuntamiento de Nerja
The mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, held a working meeting yesterday, June 7, with the Head of the Human Resources Training and Advisory Unit of the Malaga Provincial Council, Rafael Acevedo, the Councillor for Human Resources, Ángela Díaz, and the Chief of Personnel, Sergio Baena, to advance in the processing and approval of the Human Resources Manual, which includes the List of Jobs (RPT).
“This instrument, fundamental from the point of view of the organisation of the Town Council, establishes a list of the existing jobs, and will also allow us to design the personnel structure to adapt it to our needs and improve the quality of services”, he said.
The Councillor for Human Resources, Ángela Díaz, highlighted the government’s drive to process this important document that will allow the Town Council to provide its first RPT, with which the commitment of the Popular Party’s electoral program will be fulfilled.
“Once we have the final proposal, it must be submitted to the Plenary of the Corporation for approval, foreseeably in the month of September,” he stressed.
Díaz explained that “from the first moment we are working with the Provincial Council to close an RPT that collects, to the extent of our possibilities, the allegations that the unions and officials had submitted to its content at the time. The text that is being elaborated will be sent back to the General Negotiation Table so that it can be analysed, and will later be informed by the municipal technicians”.
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