The Granadilla de Abona City Council has begun the selective process of stabilization of the local Administration workforce. The measure affects almost 180 positions, including those referring to labor personnel and civil servants. The first step has been the publication, in the Official State Gazette (BOE), of the call for 11 places, so the deadline is open (until next October 2) to present the petition and participate in the provision of these public jobs through the competition and competition-opposition system, in free shift, of A1 Civil Servant and Group I Labor.
Of the eleven places, two are reserved for civil servants, distributed in one for a General Administration technician and another for a psychologist. The remaining nine are assigned to the group of labor personnel, distributed in three positions of legal advisor, one position of director of the Agency of Employment and Local Development (AEDL), one position for a senior Press technician, another for a Fine Arts technician, one for a pedagogue and two positions for a psychopedagogue.
The procedure to register in the regulated process launched must be carried out through the Electronic Headquarters of the Granadilla de Abona City Council, in the All Procedures section. Likewise, interested parties may present the documentation in the departments and offices established by current legislation on this matter, which corresponds to article 16.4 of Law 39/2025, of October 1, on the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations. The period of 20 business days to complete this procedure began last Tuesday, the 5th, when the call was published in the BOE on Monday.
The Councilor for Internal Regime, Adán García, explained that one of the objectives that the municipal government of Granadilla de Abona has set is to provide stability to the staff that the Consistory has, as well as to proceed with the regularization of the civil servant and labor personnel that They have been providing their services in the local Administration for many years.
García argues that this is a process that reflects the commitment of the current government group to reduce temporary employment and focus on the quality of public employment. He adds that although the application submission period for eleven places opened this week, the intention is to continue, gradually, but without pause, with the necessary calls to stabilize the 180 places.