Amendment Of The Cabinet Of Ministers 3 May 2005, Regulations No 310 "provisions Of The Post Classification System And The Procedure For The Classification Of Posts Of National Regulatory Authorities '

Original Language Title: Grozījums Ministru kabineta 2005.gada 3.maija noteikumos Nr.310 "Noteikumi par amatu klasifikācijas sistēmu un amatu klasificēšanas kārtību valsts tiešās pārvaldes iestādēs"

Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/177282

Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 461 Riga, June 17, 2008 (pr. No 42 63) amendment of the Cabinet of Ministers 3 May 2005, regulations No 310 "rules of the post classification system and the procedure for the classification of posts of national regulatory authorities" Issued in accordance with article 62 of the law of work of the seventh paragraph of the Act and the scheme of article 36, third paragraph, 1. make Cabinet of Ministers 3 May 2005, regulations No 310 "rules of the post classification system and the procedure for the classification of posts of national regulatory authorities" (in Latvian journal 75., 2005, no.; in 2006, No 39; in 2007, 73 no) amendment and make 1. Chapter II of the annex "Post family" paragraph 25 of the characteristics as follows: "advising the family 25 description This family include Cabinet members and other officials of the advisory positions that the analyst is responsible to provide advisory and administrative support to Cabinet level member level profile of posts I Made paraugaprakst Cabinet Member's Assistant duties • preparing a Cabinet Member the necessary communication • provides informational and administrative links with the authorities of the departments and other authorities and institutions • can develop the Cabinet members ' work schedules • Coordinated by the Cabinet Member's information flow • follow the members of the Cabinet decision and order fulfillment departments the authority • organized members of the Cabinet meetings, negotiations and consultations • working at the cabinet order for members participating in meetings and discussions • Cabinet members carried out the task lists with other institutions and individuals Conducting II Advisor or adviser in a certain sector, which does not share its sub-sectors or policies • Provide Cabinet Member advice on national policy development and implementation in a given sector or a particular policy area • provides tips and advise on the law and other legislative and regulatory drafting document follow-up questions • taking part in relevant meetings of specialised seminars and conferences • maintain contact with other authorities and institutions • can participate in the management of the authority or Department meetings, as well as members of the Cabinet in order to organize separate meetings, (iii) take the Advisor or adviser in the industry where certain shares in several subsectors or policy areas. Advise the particularly difficult issues, knowledge of one or more sub-sectors (work requires more than five years of work experience in the sector concerned) • member of the Cabinet of Ministers Provides advice on public policy development and implementation in the sector concerned, which share several sub-sectors or policies • provide advice on matters which require deep more subsector management scope • Cabinet representative on behalf of the members of the Cabinet of Ministers, the views of the members of other national institutions that the Working Group, tatīv Consul councils and meetings • can express the Cabinet members ' views in the media with the Cabinet members ' mandate • can drive members of the Cabinet Office or coordinate level I and II consultative and administrative officers (IV) Take the Prime Minister's Office Manager duties • organized and led by the Prime Minister's Office (hereinafter the Office), coordinates the work of other members of the Cabinet Office in cooperation with national Office • the cooperation provided by the action plan for the Cabinet's proposed development and coordination of activities • establish the Office, distribution of responsibilities and control duties • to provide advice to the Prime Minister for policy planning and analysis issues • examine the Cabinet and the Prime Minister presented draft legislation and other proposals for compliance with government policies • the Prime Minister's job in the Prime Minister's views in other State bodies, working groups, advisory councils and meetings • Maintains contacts with the Office of the President, parliamentary institutions, political parties and representatives of non-governmental organisations, members of the Cabinet, parliamentary secretaries and members of , The Prime Minister's external advisors, the Director of the State Chancellery and officials • ensure the Prime Minister's visits and negotiations necessary information "2. Regulations shall enter into force on 1 January 2009.
Prime Minister – the Minister of Justice g. Smith Minister of finance a. Slakter States