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Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection

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The Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (Greek: Ανώτατο Συμβούλιο Επιλογής Προσωπικού, Α.Σ.Ε.Π., Anótato Symvoúlio Epilogís Prosopikoú, ASEP), is an independent commission, not subject to government control, which is tasked with the selection of personnel for work for the Greek public sector. It is supervised by the Ministry of Administrative Reform and e-Governance.


Organisational structure

ASEP is composed by the following structure:

  • Chairman
  • 2 vice presidents
  • 21 advisers
  • Individuals selected to become ASEP's organisational structure are usually those who work in the following positions:

  • members of the high judiciary
  • employees or heads of the government's main departments
  • employees, professors, or assistant professors of higher education institutions
  • heads of public entities and other legal persons of the public sector
  • Roles

    ASEP exclusively performs the following tasks

  • Selection of permanent and part-time personnel for the public sector.
  • Control of institutions in the public sector that choose permanent and seasonal/contract agents personnel
  • Conduct of written competition for the teachers
  • References

    Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection Wikipedia

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