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CPNU: professional experience and academic degree will be worth points in positions for high school graduates at the IBGE

Section: IBGE | Igor Vieira Ferreira

February 01, 2024 05h58 PM | Last Updated: February 03, 2024 12h01 AM

After the publication of public notices for the National Unified Competitive Examination (CPNU), promoted by the Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services (MGI), the IBGE requested an amendment to add one more step – professional experience and academic degree evaluation - to the selection process for high school graduates (Group 8). Details about the IBGE vacancies in the CPNU are available here.

The correction in the text of the public notice includes points for professional experience in activities related to data collection in surveys for applicants of Group 8 (high school graduates), worth 10% of the final grade. The vacancies for the IBGE are distributed among seven of the eight thematic groups. Titles will be evaluated for high school graduates (previous professional experience) and academic degree, in the case of researchers. Group 4 is the Only one without vacancies for the IBGE. As explained by the MGI, each candidate can take the test for vacancies from a single group, according to their academic background and personal interests.

“The inclusion of this new step in the selection process was a demand from the National IBGE Union (Assibge), and it is excellent News for the institution, for we will probably receive professionals somewhat experienced in data collection, which is our main activity and makes it possible to elaborate our surveys and generate the information we provide society with,” says Flávia Vinhaes, IBGE’s Executive Director.

Group 8 has 300 vacancies for high school graduates, separated among the five Major Regions in Brazil: 47 in the North; 86 in the Northeast; 40 in the Central West; 91 in the Southeast; and 36 in the South. The Major Region of preference will be chosen at the moment of one’s registration.

For those with a higher education degree, the general and specific positions will be divided as follows: 133 vacancies in Group 1 (Infrastructure, Exact Sciences and Engineering); 122 vacancies in Group 2 (Technology, Data and Information); 29 vacancies in Group 3 (Environmental, Agrarian and Biological Sciences); 4 vacancies in Group 5 (Education, Health, Saúde, Social Development and Human Rights); 32 vacancies in Group (Economic Sectors and Regulation); and 275 vacancies in Group 7 (Governmental Management and Public Administration). Approved candidates will have the chance of working in several locations in the national territory, depending on their choice of function. In the cases in which a position is available in different cities and/or states, the best ranked persons will have precedence in the choice of their place of work.

Two of the three positions for persons with a higher education degree (Analyst in Planning, Management and Infrastructure in Geographic and Statistical Information; and Technical Specialist in Geographic and Statistical Information) will pay an initial salary of R$ 8 453.00. A Researcher in Geographic and Statistical information will earn R$ 10 233.67, whereas for high school graduates (Technician in Geographic and Statistical Information) the salary is R$ 4 008.24. Additional benefits due to professional qualifications have not been added yet. The civil servants working on a permanent basis are entitled to health-aids, meal tickets, transportation aid, daycare aid, among other benefits.

Having been announced last year, the CPNU is a new method for the selection of federal civil servants and candidates can apply for different positions, in a number of companies, by taking a single test. A total of 6 640 vacancies in 21 federal institutions are offered. The public notices listing the eight thematic groups among which these vacancies are distributed, the schedule and additional information can be found at the official page of the competitive examination on the Internet.

Registration is open until February 9, and costs R$ 60 for high school graduates and R$ 90 for positions requesting a higher education degree. Persons listed in Social Programs of the Federal Government (CadÚnico), bone marrow donators, besides former and current benefiaries of the program University for All (Prouni) and the Student Funding (FIES), are exempt from payment.



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