TRE-AM and IFAM select students to work in elections

Interested parties have until 23:59 on Friday (14 ), to enroll. The selection will be made by curriculum analysis and the results will be announced day 18 July.
14/07/2017 12h53 - Updated 14/07/2017 17h09
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The Regional Electoral Court of Amazonas (TRE-AM) and the Federal Institute of Amazonas (IFAM) They are selecting students who are interested in applying to work in by-elections, occurring on 6 of August.

Interested parties have until 23:59 on Friday (14 ), to enroll. Students will act as Input Equipment Operators and Data Transmission.

The partnership aims to assist the Electoral Court with the preparation / execution of Elections at the same time that enables students and graduates with knowledge and experience for the job market.

Registration for the external staff

Candidates who do not have academic ties with the IFAM or not Institute graduates and wish to work in the by-elections must await the opening of registration on 15 July. Registration for candidates who are not students or graduates will not be considered.

To subscribe, applicants must have at least 18 years old and it is desirable that you are attending or have Course Mid-Level Technical or Superior in the area of ​​Information Technology or related.

Those selected will be hired under the Labor Code with a workload of 44 week hours. The pay ranges from R $ 1,100 to R $ 1,800, addition to aid transport and food.

The selection will be made by curriculum analysis and conducted through a partnership between the Federal Institute of Amazonas (IFAM) and the Regional Electoral Court of Amazonas (TRE-AM). The result will be announced day 18 July.

Those interested can get more information, clicking on here.

Source: Writing and TRE-AM


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