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Macao to launch central recruitment for public workers

08-03-2011 14:57 BJT

MACAO, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- The Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) has planned a civil servant central recruitment mechanism, with details of the first-round of exams for the posts of senior technician and technical instructor to be unveiled in November, the Macao Daily Times reported on Wednesday.

The newspaper quoted the spokesperson of Macao's Executive Council Leong Heng Teng as saying that the system aims to ensure uniform fairness and professionalism in recruitment exams and to "realize scientific and modern management of human resources in the public administration."

Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP) will be given the power to establish the mechanism and organize and run exams, according to the draft of the administrative regulation.

SAFP director Jose Chu, who made the announcement with Leong at the Government Headquarters Tuesday, said that all job vacancies in the 'general' and 'special' career areas as well as individual labor contracts will be required to be filled through the new mechanism, adding the 'specialized' career areas including teachers, healthcare and public security will not be subject to central recruitment.

Chu said the mechanism will be opened to two career areas, namely senior technician and technical instructor in the first phase, adding that it is expected that all the 34 career areas will be covered at the end of 2013 or early 2014.

According to Leong, the draft was prepared after consultations and research into relative regulations in other countries and regions, and SAFP will form a committee made up of representatives from related departments to select the right candidates.

Macao's existing civil servant recruitment system has been in place for 21 years and can "no longer respond to the demands from public workers and for the sustainable development in the public administration", said Leong.

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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