When starting to compete, there is a cost that many of the candidates do not usually have, and that is to be informed of all the procedures, dates and requirements that are happening at the rate of the Official Gazette.
When studying for a public position, this is normally assimilable for other calls from other administrations. However, being aware of all the open ones can be tricky. That is something that the Public Job Search Engine can help us with , which is available on the Spanish Government Administration website , and which can be accessed from here.
How the public job search engine works
The operation is very simple. When entering the name of the position to which we are aspiring (for example, Administrative, Warden, Police … ) it returns all the processes that are in contention from the central Administration , through regional or local.
When doing the search we can select if you want the term of this call to be open, closed or if it is indifferent to us.
In addition, it also has an advanced search tab where we can choose the geographic scope, the authority that calls it , term or group of officials.
What oppositions does the search engine pick up
The search engine collects the oppositions of all these administrations:
– General State Administration
– Autonomous communities
– Local Management:
– Provincial Councils
– Town councils of provincial capitals
– Municipalities with more than 100,000 inhabitants
– Town councils that summon at least 3 places, whatever the number of inhabitants
– European Union
– Positions abroad of national organizations
Calls for city councils are collected only if they are published in the Official State Gazette and it is that publication that opens the deadline for submitting applications.
Professional training tests are also included, which are convened within the scope of the General State Administration and its related or dependent public bodies , in order to enable / empower the exercise of certain professions, such as: security guards, managers administrative, driving teachers, and so on.