City Hall opened competition for Municipal Civil Guard in Bahia

City Hall opened competition for Municipal Civil Guard in Bahia
City Hall opened competition for Municipal Civil Guard in Bahia

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The City Hall of Piritiba, a municipality located in the Jacobina Region, opened a public competition to fill vacancies in the Municipal Civil Guard and carry out reserve registration training.

The notice is being organized and executed by Notus Instituto Excelência em Serviços, an entity specialized in this type of service provision.

32 vacancies are offered to candidates who have completed secondary education, are at least 18 years old, are up to date with their military and electoral obligations, among other requirements.

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According to the notice, of the total number of vacancies, two are reserved for people with disabilities (PwD), as long as the disability is compatible with the duties of the position.

The remuneration offered is R$1,420.00, equivalent to the current minimum wage, with a 40-hour working week.

Registration and selection

Registration for the Piritiba City Hall competition will be open from April 5th to 25th, exclusively on the Notus Institute website.

The participation fee is R$ 100. Candidates who are registered in the Single Registry for Social Programs of the Federal Government (CadÚnico), who declare themselves members of a low-income family, can request payment exemption between the 5th and 10th Of april.

Applicants will be evaluated through an objective test, with application scheduled for May 26th. The best classified will undergo a physical fitness test; psychological assessment; and training course.

Piritiba City Hall competition will be valid for two years, counting from the date of approval of the final result, with the possibility of extension once, for the same period, at the discretion and convenience of the municipal public administration.

The article is in Portuguese


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