Order Of June 7, 2010, On The Organization, The Nature And Program Of The Competition For The Recruitment Of The Port Officers Assistant

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 7 juin 2010 fixant l'organisation, la nature et le programme du concours pour le recrutement des officiers de port adjoints

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JORF n°0148 du 29 juin 2010
texte n° 10

Arrêté du 7 juin 2010 fixant l'organisation, la nature et le programme du concours pour le recrutement des officiers de port adjoints
NOR: DEVK1015187A
ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2010/6/7/DEVK1015187A/jo/texte

Le ministre d'Etat, ministre de l'écologie, de l'énergie, du développement durable et de la mer, en charge des technologies vertes et des négociations sur le climat , and the Minister of labour, solidarity and public service, pursuant to law No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 as amended on rights and obligations of officials, together Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 as amended statutory provisions on the public service of the State;
Having regard to Decree No. 70-832 of 3 September 1970 as amended relating to the special status of the Assistant port officer corps;
Having regard to Decree No. 86-931 30 July 1986 concerning the use of additional lists for recruitment by competition of the port officers and port officers Assistant;
Considering Decree No. 2004 - 1105 October 19, 2004 on the opening of the recruitment procedures in the public service of the State, stop: title I:: contest Article 1 General organization learn more on this article...

1. the competition for the recruitment of the port officers Assistant meet the conditions required by article 5 of Decree No. 70-832 of 3 September 1970 referred to above is in the conditions laid down by this order.
2. an order of the Minister responsible for the sea fixed the dates of the examination, the deadline for submission of applications and the number of spaces in the contest.


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The jury of the competition consists of: ― a president, chosen from among the officials or servants in office under the Ministry of the sea, category having reached at least the second grade level.
― three officials or staff of the Ministry of the sea, class A, in the maritime domain.
The Board members are designated for each session of the contest, by the Minister of the sea.
Qualified examiners are designated as assistants to the jury for each of the tests of language, by the Minister of the sea. These qualified examiners participate in the deliberations of the Board with advisory vote for the assignment of notes on the tests they have corrected or evaluated.
The president of the jury have casting vote during deliberations.

Title II: Tests of admissibility Article 3 in the written more on this article...

The written tests of eligibility are defined as follows: event no. 1: analysis of cases from a documentary record which may include graphics, figures and elements of legislation.
This issue focuses on issues related to the vessel and the safety of the vessel, the port and Harbour, public safety and the right maritime and port, which can be declined in questions to put the candidate in a professional situation.
The documentary record may not exceed 20 pages.
In addition to the value of the answers which will be made by the candidate (s), account will also be taken of how to write.
(Duration: four hours; coefficient 3).
This test program is contained in the annex to this order.
Event no. 2: a version and a theme using knowledge in elementary English, current maritime character.
The use of the dictionary written entirely in English is permitted.
(Duration: two hours; 1 coefficient).


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The written tests of eligibility are rated from 0 to 20.
Any notes or less 8/20 to one of the tests of admissibility is eliminatory.
No person shall be declared eligible if it has not passed all of the written tests for eligibility.
At the end of the eligibility tests the Board establishes the list of candidates allowed to take part in the oral test, after equalization of the marks awarded to the candidates in the various tests of eligibility.
To be declared eligible, candidates must have a total of points fixed by the jury which may not be less than 40 points, an average of 10 out of 20.

Title III: Testing oral of ADMISSION Article 5 in more on this article...

The oral tests for admission are defined as follows: test no. 1: an interview with the jury based on the recognition of professional experience (duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3).
This interview is to support a file which consists of a detailed presentation of his professional career (from three typewritten pages maximum). This folder is not noted and serves as supporting document for the oral test.
After the presentation by the applicant of the different stages of his career (maximum 10 minutes), the maintenance door on any question for the jury to assess experience of the candidate, his possible administrative knowledge, his personality and his motives as well as his ability to use his experience in his new role.
For this test, the candidate establishes a recognition of her professional experience file containing the entries mentioned in the appendix to this order to organizing service on a date fixed in order to open the contest.
The record of recognition of professional experience and the filling helps guide are available on the Web site of the Department or the institution in charge of the organisation of the competition. The file is forwarded to Board by the Department in charge of the contest after the establishment of the eligibility list.
Event no. 2: a conversation in English, limited to the professional level, using mainly the standardized by the international maritime organization vocabulary, laying on a topical subject that may relate to the port and maritime field (duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 1).
Event no. 3: an optional foreign language test consisting of a conversation in everyday language (German, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Portuguese) (duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 1).
Only the points above 10 to 20 will be taken into account.


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The oral tests for admission are rated from 0 to 20.
Any notes or less 8/20 to one of the mandatory tests for admission is eliminatory, with the exception of the optional language test.

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At the end of the oral tests for admission, after equalization of the marks awarded to the candidates at the oral test, the Board establishes the ranking list of candidates finally admitted as well as an additional list in order of merit.
To be declared eligible, candidates must have a total of points across the mandatory tests set by the jury, which must not be less than 80 points, an average of 10 out of 20 in all of these events.
If several candidates received the same number of points, they are mark breaker quickest as follows during the establishment of the list of admission: ― the priority is given to the candidate with the highest score at the oral test of conversation with the jury;
― in the case of equality of points in the conversation with the jury, priority is given to the candidate with the highest score at the first event written eligibility;
― in the case of equal points the first written test of eligibility, priority is given to the candidate with the best score in the second written test of eligibility.

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The Decree of 26 September 1995 establishing the Organization, the nature and the program of the competition for the recruitment of Assistant port officer is hereby repealed.


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The provisions of this by-law will come into force as of the contest for the title of 2010.


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The Director of human resources of the Ministry of ecology, energy, sustainable development and the sea, in charge of green technologies and climate negotiations, is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.

Annex A N N E X E program materials of contest program of the written test no. 1 of eligibility: case analyses.
FIRST part the vessel I. ― General knowledge: — types of vessels;
― definition of the main characteristics of vessels;
― terms and units of measure used.
II. ― operation of the ship: ― the navigation and manoeuvring of the vessel in the approach channels and ports. Forces acting on the vessel on the route or wharf, effect of funds and banks, crossing and overtaking. Developments of large ships in shallow or restricted waters;
― the mooring of vessels: plans mooring, efforts and security of mooring lines, arrangements by bad weather;
― services to ships (towing, pilotage, mooring);
― the ships navigation equipment.
III. — the ship theory and calculations of load: ― definitions of dimensions, States, and variables of the ship, various situations of loading of the ship;
― notions of stability of vessels;
― load lines and marks of freeboard;
― efforts for loading and unloading, deformations;
― grounding/stranding: substantive reaction, stability (point of contact), thrust, deepsea manoeuvre.
IV. ― safety and ship security: ― principles General of construction of the ship for safety on board;
― role of centres of safety of ships and the classification societies;
― notions SOLAS and MARPOL;
― Security Organization aboard ships in operation, disarmed, in repair;
― measures for safety to the: ― loading-unloading of ships bulk carriers;
― transport and handling of hazardous materials;
― prevention, detection and fight against: ― waterways;
― the fire;
― pollution;
― measures to be taken in anticipation of bad weather at anchor, dock, prior to departure;
― ship (ISPS) security.
SECOND part the PORT I. ― Oceanography, meteorology and navigation (General terms): ― access to ports, channels and channels or maritime rivers, roads;
― bathymetry and dredging;
― Lighthouse and port signals;
― equipment to help in the Organization of the movements of ships, STM, port radar, AIS...
II. — works of ports: ― role and general description of: ― dikes;
― docks and wharves;
― locks and swing bridges (exploitation);
― construction and shipbuilding and repair equipment;
― safety of wharves and structures (concepts on eligible shipments, the efforts of berthing and mooring).
III. — Tools for ports: ― the handling gear types and their use;
― the organisation of terminals;
― hangars, shops, specialized warehouses, silos, tank farms.
IV. ― safety and environment in ports: ― role and responsibility of the authorities participating in the prevention and the fight against disasters in ports;
― the transport and handling of hazardous materials, regulations in ports, classification of hazardous materials (RPM);
― risks to ships, goods and tools and works;
― equipment and means to fight against disasters available in ports;
― precautions to be taken in case of pollution.
THIRD party law I. ― General concepts of administrative law: — the French administrative organization (State and local);
― the administrative justice;
― the administrative action (administrative policing powers, the limits of police power);
― the public maritime domain.
II. General Notions of law ― private: ― the judicial organization (civil, criminal, commercial, labour);
― civil liability;
― the criminal law and criminal procedure.
III. ― Notions of maritime law: — status of ships and other marine vessels: ― Captain: ― legal characters of its function as a commercial agent of the shipowner and a public agent;
― its tort and civil responsibilities, powers;
― operation of the ship: ― notion of different types of Charter;
― notions shipping contracts;
― Sea events: ― collision, grounding;
― assistance to persons or to property;
― notions on the damaged joint or special;
― notions on marine insurance;
― maritime wrecks, ships and abandoned ordnance.
IV. ― Police seaports: ― code seaports (including the book III and the ports police general regulations);
― maritime traffic (MCS) services;
― repressive procedures (administrative and criminal procedures);
― port security;
― roles of the State, of the port authority of the operator;
― port facility;
― area of restricted access (ZAR);
— Organization of the french maritime ports (ports book I code).

Done at Paris, June 7, 2010.
The Minister of State, Minister of ecology, energy, sustainable development and the sea, in charge of green technologies and climate negotiations, for the Minister and by delegation: by incapacity of the Director of human resources: the engineer general bridges, waters and forests, in charge of the coaching staff, maritime branch and contractors, E. Graszk the Minister of labour solidarity and public service, for the Minister and by delegation: by incapacity of the Director-general of administration and public service: service leader m.. Leveque

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