General Directorate of Coastal Safety Will Take 1 Worker. The application deadline has been announced as May 14, 2022.
In the statement made by the General Directorate of Coastal Safety in the Official Gazette, “Permanent worker status of 1 person will be recruited in the ex-convict/tmy quota.” It was said.
Applications for the announcements will be made through the Turkish Employment Agency. Announcements will be published on the internet address of the Turkish Employment Agency, esube.iskur.gov.tr/Istihdam/AcikIsIlanAra.aspx.
The applications of the candidates who do not meet the application conditions announced in the candidate lists sent to the institution will be deemed invalid. Applications to the institution will be invalid. Applications can be made on the website of the Turkish Employment Agency or by visiting the Service Centers of the Turkish Employment Agency during the application process. The place, time and date of the oral exam/interview will be announced separately by the Turkish Employment Agency after the final lists are received.
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Exam topics and scoring for Office Staff (Officer):
- Constitution of Turkey (20 points)
- Ataturk's Principles and History of Revolution (20 Points)
- Tasks of Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure and General Directorate of Coastal Safety (20 Points)
- Labor Law No. 4857 (20 Points)
It is done over a total of 20 points, including General Culture (100 Points). In order to be considered successful in the exam, the arithmetic average of the scores given by the members of the exam board must be at least 60. The success score of the candidates as the basis for the assignment; It will be determined by taking the arithmetic average of the oral exam score made by the institution and the KPSS score and will be announced on the institution's website. If the candidates' success points are the same as the basis for appointment, priority is given to the one with the higher KPSS score. In order to be considered successful in the exam for all candidates who do not require KPSS, the arithmetic average of the scores given by the members of the board in the oral exam must be at least 60. For these candidates, the result of the oral exam (interview) constitutes the success score that is the basis for appointment. Starting from the highest success score, the number of the main candidates to be appointed and the reserve candidates as much as the number of the original candidates will be determined. The lists of main and substitute candidates will be announced on the website of the institution and no written notification will be made to the candidates included in the list.