The deputy head of the Administrative Office of the President for policy monitoring, Saifuddin Tayib, said that the Islamic Emirate is seeking to incentivize the technical and professional sectors through the appointment of professional experts.
He made the remarks in an event at the Ministry of Urban Development and Land.
“We are trying to reduce the vacancies in (supportive) sectors and increase the openings for professional and technical figures. We are telling the administration --as many posts as you need, refer it here,” Tayib said.
The Administrative Reforms and Civil Service Commission (ARCSC) said that it has implemented an electronic system for the appointment of government employees in a bid to ensure transparency.
“Those who are selected ... will be selected for talent,” said Abdul Hanan Arif, head of the Administrative Reforms and Civil Service Commission.
This comes as the applicants called for ensuring transparency in the appointment process.
“This electronic examination (appointment process) should be just once because it will create problems for us in later terms,” said Mohammad Nabi, an applicant.
“If it is transparent, it will be a successful examination. It is both good for the country and employment,” said Hassan Behishti, an applicant.
According to the Administrative Office of the President, more than 17,000 posts were announced in 29 provinces of the country in 1401 solar year.