The Recruiting Portal, announced by the Minister for Public Administration, Renato Brunetta, during the last Congress of Engineers, is governed by the DL for the strengthening of administrative capacity of public administrations functional to the implementation of the PNRR and for the efficiency of justice, approved last Friday by the Council of Ministers.
On Monday, the President of the National Council of Engineers (CNI) and RPT Coordinator Armando Zambrano – by virtue of the know-how of the CNI Foundation which has been managing the Working platform dedicated to the professional skills of engineers for some time – had a technical discussion with the Ministry.
At the end of the meeting, Zambrano met with Minister Brunetta to define the first details of the protocol for the creation of the portal.
Meanwhile, the Civil Service Department launched #IoLogo, the competition of ideas aimed at creatives under 30 for the creation of an original logo, which represents and makes the national recruitment portal immediately recognizable.
It requires a innovative graphic project, which communicates through a logo and its coordinated image the philosophy of the new virtual “square” where the demand and offer of public work will meet. Here the info to participate
Source: Le ultime news dal mondo dell'edilizia by www.edilportale.com.
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