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The Constitutional Court convenes this contest to award three scholarships for the realization of theoretical-practical computer training activities related to the tasks of the Constitutional Court, in accordance with the foundations listed below.

scholarships are aimed the theoretical and practical training in tasks related to computing itself of the Constitutional Court, in particular that relating to jurisdictional tasks. Studies and works remain the property of the Constitutional Court.

summon three scholarships, which will have a maximum duration of twelve months. The beginning of the same shall be communicated to beneficiaries simultaneously to the notification of the award. Scholarships may be extended, if appropriate for the training program and upon acceptance of the persons concerned, for a maximum of six months, according to the available budget. Those who enjoyed a scholarship not may request it again, unless for reasons that are not attributable to them they had enjoyed a scholarship in a previous call for less than six months, accessing it from the relationship of alternates as in number 6 of the sixth or equivalent base of previous calls.

Fellows will have the advice, guidance and direction of counsel Chief of the computing service, who will define the tasks to perform.

the enjoyment of these scholarships will not mean any labor or officialdom linkage between the fellow and the Constitutional Court.

the endowment of each scholarship will be 1,100 euros gross per month. The amounts of the grants shall be paid at the end of each month. The Constitutional Court will ensure the coverage of professional and common contingencies within the framework of the Royal Decree 1493 / 2011, of 24 October, which regulates the terms and conditions for inclusion in the general system of Social Security for persons participating in training programmes.

to apply for these scholarships must meet the following conditions:

to) be in possession of the title of engineer, technical engineer or graduated, in computer science, or a title in another country attesting an equivalent computer training.

b) have completed studies to obtain the University degree after January 1, 2008.

c) possess knowledge of English corresponding to level B2 of the common European framework of reference for languages [First Certificate or TOEFL Internet Based Test (minimum score of 87)].

d) not suffer disease or physical defect that impede the effective realization of the practices or have been separated, through disciplinary record, the service of the State or any entity of public nature.

2. They will be preferential merit:

to) have a good academic record.

b) have completed courses of postgraduate or specialization, or computing research.

c) having work experience in public or private institutions, by means of contractual relationship, collaboration or other similar.

d) accredit knowledge of languages other than the given pursuant to point (c)) of the previous paragraph.

applications shall conform to the model that is published as annex 1 to this agreement, which will be available at the web address '» and should contact the excmo.» Mr. President of the Constitutional Court. Such requests may submit in the General registry of the located in Madrid, in calle Domenico Scarlatti, number 6 (28003), Constitutional Court as well as by any of the means referred to in article 38.4 of law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure. The following documentation shall be attached

to the signed instance:

a) photocopy of the national identity document or passport.

b) copy of the academic record complete with all qualifications, without prejudice to the subsequent contribution of your certificate in terms of the base 6.3.

c) Curriculum vitae which indicate:

▪ academic qualifications, explicitly stating the date of initiation and completion of studies, as well as the date of issue of the title, the most relevant qualifications obtained and the average rating.

▪ courses received or taught in computer subjects.

▪ publications in computer subjects.

▪ labour, professional or volunteer experience.

▪ languages, specifying their level in reading, writing and speaking.

▪ any other merit strictly related to the subject of the grant and which may be of interest to trial of the applicant.

d) documentary justification of merits and activities outlined, using simple copy, without prejudice to the subsequent contribution of certificates under the terms of the 6.3 base.

curriculum vitae summary is expressed in the form that is published as annex 2 to this call and will be available at the web address '».

participants in the call may present a report which sets out orderly and clearly the reasons that motivate the candidate to qualify for the scholarship and its perspective on constitutional computing and, in particular, the jurisdictional. The memory will have a maximum length of two hundred lines and may be submitted within a maximum of fifteen days, counting from the day following the publication of the present agreement in the «official bulletin of the State». The assessment of submitted reports shall conform to the criteria established in the sixth base.

the Tribunal constitutional may require supplementary information which may be necessary.

the deadline for submission of the instances will be 15 calendar days from the day following the publication of this agreement in the official bulletin of the State.

if the request does not meet minimum data or documents required such lack shall be notified to the party concerned and will be granted a period of ten business days to correct it or attach documents mandatory, with an indication of that, if not do so, shall be rejected his request, preview resolution which shall be dictated in the terms laid down in article 42 of Act 30/1992, November 26 (as amended by law 4/1999 of 13 January).