New Public Works Engineer to enhance Infrastructure Service in Nerja

Nerja Town Council will reinforce the Infrastructure Service with the incorporation of a new Public Works Engineer as an interim official.


Nerja Town Council will reinforce the Infrastructure Service with the incorporation of a new Public Works Engineer as an interim official. This was announced by the mayor, Jose Alberto Armijo after the approval yesterday, August 30, by the Governing Board that will govern the selection procedure, at the proposal of the Department of Human Resources.
“This new Public Works Engineer will allow us to enhance the operation of the department, in terms of processing the corresponding administrative files and the services it provides to residents, as well as speed up the projects that we are promoting in this mandate.
“This included those committed to the Extraordinary Municipal Plan of Infrastructures and Equipment for the Promotion of Local Employment 20/21, with the aim of improving our town in terms of its public infrastructures”, the councillor highlighted.
The Councillor for Human Resources, Angela Diaz, explained that “this position is part of the Special Administration Scale, Technical Subscale, Medium Technical Class, belonging to Group A, subgroup A2.
“The Bases will be published on the Virtual Board of the Electronic Headquarters and in the Official Gazette of the Province of Malaga, at which time the application submission period will open, which will be 20 business days, starting from the day after publication”.
All people who pass the process and have not obtained a place will be included in a job bank which will be valid for two years.


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