Repercusiones de las titulaciones del EEES en el acceso a la Función Pública: convocatorias de plazas de ingenieros
Tomás Balibrea, Luis-Manuel
García Cascales, María del Socorro
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The problems existing in the Spanish University are known for the poorly considered implementation of the EHEA, with very serious problems arising from an inadequate structure of Degree + Master incompatible for the optimal training of engineers. Not having taken into account the implications derived from the generalization of the implementation of the Degree and Master's studies, together with the deficient drafting of a Statute of the Public Employee, which establishes that, except for causes justified by Law, access to Group A of the Public Function will be it with title of Degree, and the inadequate redactions of the Laws of Civil Function of the Autonomous Communities of Spain have ended up deriving in the judicializations of the calls of jobs of Engineers in the Public Administrations. The Sentence of the Supreme Court of 03/09/2016, which failed to award a position as Industrial Engineer, who did not have a qualification for the exercise of that profession, was the trigger for this situation. Although a detailed analysis of this evidence is a non-extrapolated case, which should be known by the Administrations that should not continue making calls for jobs, with the requirement of university studies, but referring to the professions that they enable.
- CIDIP 2019 (Málaga)