Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry KPSS preference guide: 1200 personnel will be recruited (How are the preferences made, what are the conditions?)

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With the publication of the KPSS preference guide of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the selection procedures started. A total of 1200 contracted personnel will be recruited to be employed in the provincial organization of the Ministry within the scope of Article 4/B of the Civil Servants Law No. 657. So, how are the preferences of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry made, when is the last day?

The contracted personnel positions of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry will be placed by OSYM to be employed within the scope of Article 4/B of the Civil Servants Law No. 657. Candidates will be able to access the KPSS-2022/13 Preference Guide from the link below. CLICK FOR PREFERENCE GUIDE
Candidates will be able to make their choices between 16-20 December 2022. The selection process will start at 10:00 on 16 December 2022 and will end at 23:59 on 20 December 2022. CLICK HERE FOR PREFERENCES
1200 contracted personnel will be employed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry to be assigned to the provincial organization. 1200 contracted personnel will be recruited.
The candidates in question are office and support personnel (cleaning officer, driver), protection and security officer, veterinarian at veterinary border control point directorates on the basis of working 24/7 at land customs gates, agricultural engineer at agricultural quarantine directorates (plant protection department to act as inspector). graduate) will be appointed.
The titles and numbers of the contracted personnel to be recruited are as follows: “- 304 office personnel – 267 guard and security officers – 201 cleaning personnel – 167 agricultural engineers – 107 veterinarians – 68 drivers – 48 forest conservation officers – 14 food engineers – 7 survey engineers – 7 lawyers – 4 fisheries engineers – 3 chemists – 1 fishery technology engineer, agricultural technician and health technician.”



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