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ShareApril 23, 2019 16,773 candidates for the 3,000 Navigator seats at 2am this night, April 23, 2019. This is the number of those who submitted the application for the selection test. Anpal announced it. Applications can be sent no later than 12 noon on 8 May 2019.
Applications can be sent no later than 12 noon on 8 May 2019. Leading the regional ranking of nominations is Sicily - with 2,477 candidates - immediately ahead of Campania (2,475), followed by Lazio with 2,236, Puglia with 2.004 and Calabria, where today there are 1,497 candidates.
Aspiring Navigators - who have registered on the platform created in collaboration with INPS using one of the Pin Inps credentials, the Spid (Public Digital Identity System) and the Cns (National Services Card) - possess above all the master's degree in Law, in fact, there are 5781 graduates in this discipline; followed by Economics and Business Sciences with 2521, Political Sciences with 1503, Economics with 1441 candidates.
The Navigator will be the central figure of technical assistance provided by Anpal Servizi at the Employment Centers, selected and trained to support its services and to integrate into the new context characterized by the introduction of Citizenship Income, for which the objective is to assure technical assistance to the CPI, enhancing the active regional policies, also in a logic of case management to be integrated and implemented with the innovative methods and techniques that will be adopted for the Citizenship Income.
The collaboration assignment will last until April 30, 2021 and a gross annual compensation of € 27,338.76 plus € 300 gross per month in the form of a flat-rate reimbursement of expenses for the performance of the assignment, such as travel expenses, board and accommodation.