(PLO)- From March 1, many new policies on salary for some official employee ranks took effect.
The Ministry of Transport promulgates a series of circulars on salary arrangement for a number of public employees, effective from 1-3 as follows:
Salary arrangement for maritime port authority officers
Circular 40/2022 of the Ministry of Transport stipulates that specialized officers of the maritime port authority include port officials of grades I, II, III, IV; supervise and coordinate maritime traffic of classes III, IV and group of professional titles of seafarers of the port authority.
In particular, the salary of the port authority officer is the application of the professional salary table for officials and public employees in the State’s non-business units (Table 3) issued together with Decree 204 /2004.
Specifically, the maritime port authority class I is entitled to apply the salary coefficient of A3 and Group 1 (A3.1) officers from the salary coefficient 6.20 to the salary coefficient 8.00.
Class II maritime port authority officers may apply the salary coefficient of a class A2 officer, group 1 (A2.1) from a salary coefficient of 4.40 to a salary coefficient of 6.78.
Class III marine port authority officers are entitled to the salary coefficient of A1 officers from 2.34 to 4.98.
Class IV port authority officers may apply the salary coefficient of a grade A0 officer from a salary coefficient of 2.10 to a salary coefficient of 4.89.
Salary arrangement of inland waterway port authorities
Officials of the inland waterway port authority include four classes I, II, III, IV as prescribed in Circular 39/2022 of the Ministry of Transport.
Accordingly, for public employees of grades I, II and III, it is required that public employees have basic information technology skills and can use foreign languages or languages of ethnic minorities. work in ethnic minority areas according to the requirements of the job position.
The group of officials of the inland waterway port authority is ranked as follows:
Notably, in case the public employee does not meet the conditions and criteria to appoint the professional title of an officer specialized in the inland waterway port authority according to Circular 39, if the employee has less than 5 years (60 months) remaining time. working until the time of retirement, they may continue to hold the rank or rank of public employee’s professional title and pay their salary according to their current rank.
If the public employee has a term of 5 years (60 months) or more, within 3 years (36 months), the agency employing the public employee shall arrange for the employee to study to ensure that he/she meets the standards of the employee. professional title rank of public employee specialized in inland waterway port authority as prescribed in Circular 39. After this time, if the official does not meet the prescribed standards, the head of the public non-business unit shall consider consider arranging other suitable jobs or settling regimes and policies as prescribed.
Salary ranking of marine search and rescue officers
Circular 38/2022 of the Ministry of Transport stipulates that officers in the maritime search and rescue industry include the titles of class I, class II and class III marine search and rescue; maritime security information class I, class II, class III; marine search and rescue crew: Captain, chief engineer, first mate, second engine, second mate, third mate, third mate, fourth engine, electrical engineering officer, captain, mechanic, engineer electrical technicians, sailors, ship doctors, ship nurses, lifeguards, attendants, maintenance staff.
In which, the title of maritime search and rescue class I, maritime security information class I is entitled to the salary coefficient of A3 and group 1 (A3.1) officers from 6.20 to the salary coefficient. salary 8.00.
Occupational titles of maritime search and rescue class II, maritime security information class II are applied with a salary coefficient of grade A2, group 1 (A2.1) from salary coefficient 4.40 to salary coefficient 6.78;
Occupational titles of marine search and rescue class III, maritime security information class III are applied with a salary coefficient of grade A1 from a salary coefficient of 2.34 to a salary coefficient of 4.98.
In addition to the above-mentioned officials, from 1-3, the following specialized officers will also be paid according to the new regulations: Registered officers; officers specialized in road engineering, specialized in ferry terminal engineering (Circular 47/2022/TT-BGTVT); specialized in road project management (Circular 46/2022/TT-BGTVT); majoring in waterway project management (Circular 43/2022/TT-BGTVT); majoring in maritime project management (Circular 41/2022/TT-BGTVT) and specialized in railway project management (Circular 49/2022/TT-BGTVT).