Ministries get green light to hire personnel for European funds absorption
According to the Government spokesperson Ioana Muntean, the vacant jobs are filled in with the Executive’s approval after they are centralized and afterwards re-distributed with priority towards structures involved in the European funds management.
The vacant jobs could be filled in based on two normative act types: a memorandum, when the vacancies are transferred from a main credit release authority to another and a Government decision, when these jobs are re-distributed together with the afferent funds between the main credit release authorities budgets within the state budget.
OUG adopted by the Government on Wednesday establishes as such a derogation from OUG 34/2009, having set up a ceiling of 15 percent of the vacancies which could be filled in through a job competition organized at the level of the main credit release authorities. In the Government meeting of March 24 Premier Emil Boc asked the Finance Minister, Sebastian Vladescu, to add another five employees, in a week, to the departments in charge with the European funds absorption, a total of almost 100 jobs.