The Council of Ministers has approved this Tuesday the largest ordinary offer of public employment (OEP) in history, made up of 39,574 jobs, 15.8% more than the 34,151 in 2022, of which 27,246 correspond to the free shift. “The record figure is established by the objective need to strengthen a workforce that has been weakened by years of cuts and zero replacement rates,” said the Minister of Finance and Public Function, María Jesús Montero, at the press conference after the Minister council.
It should be remembered that last year a total of 44,787 positions were approved, of which 34,151 positions corresponded to the ordinary offer and another 10,636 to the offer to stabilize interim personnel.
With the aim of expediting the deadlines, the Executive has included in the regulations the obligation for the calls to be published before December 31, 2023. “In these remaining months each and every one of the governing bodies must have their offers called of employment”, assured the minister, after pointing out that the processes must be completed within two years.
Of the total number of jobs in 2023, some 29,818 jobs correspond to the General State Administration and of these, 19,900 are newly admitted. For the Administration of Justice, 1,907 places will be allocated, of which 1,215 are new entrants. For the National Police Corps, 2,833 positions are opened, of which 2,600 are new entries, while for the Civil Guard 2,875 positions are enabled, 2,520 new entries.
Also included are 1,025 positions that correspond to Social Security to manage the minimum vital income, 500 positions in the scale of civil servants with national qualifications who mainly carry out their work in the local administration, and another 2,500 more positions for management entities of the Social Security that facilitate face-to-face care and assistance to citizens.
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