Sai call to City Hall interns who will work in the Science Grove

A ação faz parte das medidas emergenciais anunciadas pelo prefeito Arthur Neto, para garantir o funcionamento do Bosque.
11/07/2019 20h15 - Updated 11/07/2019 20h15
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AM POST Writing –

Among the emergency measures announced by Mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto, to ensure the functioning of the Science Grove, a total of 20 trainees of the Municipal Program Paid Internship was summoned, next to the municipal, this Thursday, 11/7, to act in place, reopening for public viewing on Saturday, 13/7.

The call was made by the Municipal Administration, Planning and management (Semad), which coordinates municipal programs. The secretary of the folder, Lucas Bandiera, explain what 2.220 trainees managed by Semad act in all organs, which should indicate those who will be assigned.

"All the organs of the municipal structure were triggered on Thursday to provide trainees of the tourism areas and environment and also mid-level, since we can not hire beyond this quota, within the given cost containment plan by Mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto ", account.

The Letter of Intent signed by the Manaus City Hall to the National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA), responsible for Science Grove, It provides a partnership initially three months, which can be extended. Besides that, It is also being drawn up an agreement for transfer of funds to the agency for the same period.

In addition to the trainees, 300 Fellows of the Bolsa Languages ​​and Exchange University will be summoned on Friday, 12/7, to provide the required counterpart at work in the woods. The list will be published on the site, beyond the scholarship portals and e-mail.

The summoned must attend, from next Monday, 15/7, from 8h to 17h, in Customer Service Scholarship sector, at the headquarters of Espi / Semad, the avenue professor Nilton Lins, 3.259 - Parque das Laranjeiras, Block D, University Nilton Lins, to join the project or present justifications.

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