The plenum of the Constitutional Court convenes two fellowships for training in archival and document management related to the documentary collections of the Constitutional Court.
the deadline for submission of applications ends on June 30.
scholarships are intended to the theoretical and practical training in tasks related to documentary and archival management of documents of the Constitutional Court. Studies and works will be owned by the Constitutional Court.
convened two fellowships, which will have a maximum duration of twelve monthly payments. The beginning of the same will be communicated to the beneficiaries simultaneously to the notification of the granting. Fellowships may be extended, if it was desirable for the programme of training and prior acceptance of stakeholders, for a maximum of twelve months, according to the available budget.
who have previously enjoyed a scholarship of the Constitutional Court for the same purpose not may request the convened by this agreement, except that they had enjoyed the same for a period of less than six months, accessing them from the relationship of alternates that referred to the number 6 of the sixth or equivalent basis of previous calls.
Fellows will have the advice, guidance and direction of the Chief Archivist of the Tribunal, who will define the tasks to perform.
the enjoyment of these scholarships will not be work or officialdom no link between the fellow and the Constitutional Court.
scholarships are endowed with 1,200 euros gross per month. The scholarship amounts will be credited at the end of each month. The Constitutional Court will ensure the risk of accident and illness coverage for the fellow for the time of duration of the scholarship, on the assumption that these contingencies were not covered in the terms laid down by the legislation in force.
be in possession of any of the following academic titles: recent college graduate, engineer, architect or equivalent. Having completed studies for obtaining the Bachelor degree after January 1, 2007. Be free from disease or physical defect that prevent the effective implementation of practices or have been separated, through disciplinary proceedings, of the service of the State or any public entity.
will be preferred merits to assess:
academic record of the person concerned. Specific training in the field of documentary and archival management: courses postgraduate, specialization, etc. Work experience in documentary and archival management tasks, preferably developed in public institutions through contractual relationship or collaboration. Computer skills: applications of documental and relational database systems. Knowledge and experience in the use of programs of document management, analysis and modelling procedures will be valued very particular.