Decree Of 12 February 2004 Laying Down Rules For The General Organisation And Nature Of The Events Competitions Provided For In Article 1 Of Decree No. 2003-664 Of 16 July 2003 Establishing Competitions Reserved For Access To Some Body D...

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 12 février 2004 fixant les règles d'organisation générale et la nature des épreuves des concours prévus à l'article 1er du décret n° 2003-664 du 16 juillet 2003 instituant des concours réservés pour l'accès à certains corps d...

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JUSTICE , PUBLIC FUNCTION OF THE STATE , CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION , EMPLOYEE , CATEGORY B , RECRUITING , COMPETITION , RESORPTION , PRECARIATE EMPLOYMENT , COMPETITION RESERVE , CANDIDATE , CANDIDACY , ORGANIZATION


JORF No. 62 of 13 March 2004 Page 4923
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Decree of 12 February 2004 laying down the rules of general organisation and the nature of the tests of the competitions provided for in Article 1 of Decree No 2003-664 of 16 July 2003 establishing competitions reserved for Access to certain bodies of State officials of category B

NOR: JUSE0340130A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2004/2/12/JUSE0340130A/jo/texte


The Seals Guard, Minister of Justice, and the Minister of Public Service, State Reform and Spatial Planning,
Vu Act No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 amending the rights and obligations of civil servants, together with the amended Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 laying down statutory provisions relating to the public service of the State;
In the light of Act No. 3 January 2001 on the reduction of precarious employment and the modernisation of recruitment in the civil service as well as working time in the territorial civil service;
Given the decree n ° 2003-664 of 16 July 2003 Organisation of competitions for the recruitment of State officials of categories A, B and C and professional examinations for the recruitment of staff members of the category C State reserved for certain non-incumbent agents under the Ministry of Justice, pursuant to Article 1 of Act No. 2001-2 of 3 January 2001 on the reduction of precarious employment and the modernisation of recruitment in the civil service as well as working time in the civil service Territorial,
Stop:

Article 1


Recruitment competitions for access to the body of technicians from the administration's deconcentrated services The Prison and Probation Counsellors mentioned in the annex to the decree of 16 July 2003 include a written admission test and an oral admission test.

Article 2


The order opening the competition may provide that candidates must provide, for oral testing, a curriculum Two pages maximum. The deadline for sending the curriculum vitae to the organiser of the competition is set by the opening order. It is addressed by the competition service to the chairperson of the selection board as soon as possible after the written test.


A. -Deconcentrated services technicians
of the penitentiary administration

Article 3


The written test consists of a writing A summary note from documents with technical data to verify the writing skills and technical skills of the candidate (duration: three hours; coefficient 1).

Article 4


The oral test begins with a presentation by the candidate about his or her professional experience and the duties he has performed. This presentation is followed by an interview with the jury whose objective is to assess his personality, his ability to situate himself in a professional environment and his ability to adapt to the tasks entrusted to the officials of the reception corps. The interview with the Board relates to the professional knowledge of the persons concerned, as well as the experience and functions performed as a non-incumbent agent (duration: thirty minutes; coefficient 2).

Article 5


The Board, whose members are appointed by Order of the Seals, Minister of Justice, includes:
-the Director of the Prison Service or Its representative, President;
-an official of the heritage department and equipment of a regional branch;
-a technical director of the decentralised services of the prison administration.
The jury secretariat is provided by The office responsible for recruitment within the prison administration.

Article 6


No one can be declared admitted if he has not Participated in all the mandatory tests or if he obtained, at one of these tests, a mark of less than 5 out of 20 before applying the coefficient.

Article 7


At the end of the oral test, the selection board shall draw up, in order of merit, the list of candidates for final acceptance and a supplementary list. If more than one candidate has received the same number of points, priority is given to the person who scored the best mark in the oral test.


B. -Insertive and Probation counsellors
of the penitentiary administration

Article 8


The written test Consists of the preparation of a summary note from documents to assess the candidate's analytical, organizing and reflection qualities (duration: three hours; coefficient 1).

Article 9


The oral test begins with a candidate's presentation of his or her professional experience and duties. This presentation is followed by an interview with the jury whose objective is to assess its psychological profile, its ability to situate itself in a professional environment and its ability to adapt to the tasks entrusted to the officials of the body Of reception. The interview with the Board relates to the professional knowledge of the persons concerned, as well as the experience and functions performed as a non-incumbent agent (duration: thirty minutes; coefficient 2).

Article 10


The jury, whose members are appointed by Order of the Seals, Minister of Justice, includes:
-the Director of the Prison Service Or its representative, President;
-the Deputy Director of Justice or his or her representative;
-a Director of the Prison and Probation Services Unit or a Head of Insertion Service and Probation.
The jury secretariat is provided by the office responsible for recruitment within the prison administration.

Article 11


No one can be declared admitted if he did not participate in all the mandatory tests or if he obtained a score of less than 5 out of 20 before applying the coefficient to the written test and a score of less than 8 out of 20 The oral test.

Article 12


At the end of the oral test, the selection board establishes, in order of merit, the ranking list of candidates And a supplementary list. If more than one candidate has received the same number of marks, priority shall be given to the person who has obtained the highest mark in the oral test.

Article 13


The Director of the Prison Service is responsible for the execution of this Order, which will be published in the Official Gazette of the French Republic.


Done at Paris, February 12, 2004.


The Seals Guard, Minister of Justice,

For the Minister and by delegation:

By preventing the

Director from The penitentiary administration:

The Deputy Director,

J. Charbonniaud

The Minister of the Public Service,

of the reform of the

and spatial planning,

For the Minister and Delegation:

By preventing the Director General

from administration and public service:

The

Human Resources Management Assistant,

J.-P.
Jordan


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