NATION

PASSWORD

Kingdom of Kwunjin's Civil Service

A place to put national factbooks, embassy exchanges, and other information regarding the nations of the world. [In character]
User avatar
Kwunjin
Envoy
 
Posts: 294
Founded: Feb 19, 2010
Ex-Nation

Kingdom of Kwunjin's Civil Service

Postby Kwunjin » Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:09 pm

Overview:
To become a government bureaucrat in Kingdom of Kwunjin, one must satisfy all follow conditions:

1)Must be educated in the Kingdom for at least 10 years
2)Must graduated from a public university or an accredited private university in the kingdom of kwunjin, your major does not matter.
3)Pass* the Royal Bureaucracy Competitive Essay Examination(Total of 5 essays-One essay on Public Law, one essay on Politics, One essay on World Affairs, One essay on Economy, and One essay on Ethics and Governance)
4) Passing the test is not enough, all who passed the first examination stage must proceed to interview stage and 60% will be eliminated.
5) Those who survived examination and interview stage inaugurated as a bureaucrat and take an oath to serve the people of Kwunjin, to protect Kwunjin's interest, to uphold the Constitution, and be loyal to the King. If they break one of the rule, they will be hanged.

Once selected, the job is life tenured and have high salary to prevent corruption. For this reason the examination is competitive with pass rate of 2.4%

You can take the test as many times as you want. Hamilton Michael Huun was famous for failing the test 34 times before finally getting accepted. He was 57 when he was accepted and served 10 years as a mid-level bureaucrat.

The average bureaucrats took the test 3 times before finally passing. It is the most challenging profession in the Kingdom.

And if the official is corrupted. They will will be hanged.


*definition of pass is having B+ average on all 5 essays. Each essay will be assigned a grade(graded by 4 graders): A, B, C, or D. The average score for 2009 is C-. In 2009, 95% of all accepted Bureaucrats scored A-, other 5% score B+.
Last edited by Kwunjin on Sat Mar 13, 2010 5:15 pm, edited 15 times in total.
Kingdom of Kwunjin
浚錦王國
Monarch: King Kwunjin III
Factbook
Join Kwunjin's Civil Service

User avatar
Greater Tomainia
Envoy
 
Posts: 346
Founded: Feb 21, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Greater Tomainia » Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:13 pm

Precisely the same as in Yes, Minister.

It's the thin end of the wedge.

User avatar
The Adrian Empire
Senator
 
Posts: 4088
Founded: Aug 31, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Adrian Empire » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:04 pm

Administration as it is referred to in the Empire (as "Civil Service" is the term we use to describe alternative non-military service for citizenship, usually things like painting and building government structures. Planting trees, and other services) is minimalistic but efficient.

Most senior administrative positions are selected by democratic vote, including the Supreme Court, the Senate and the Parliament, most house (Consul in the Senate, Prime Minister in the Parliament) leaders are appointed by popular vote in their specific house. Cabinet Ministers are appointed by the Prime Minister, as Censors, Praetors and other senate officials are selected by the Consul.
Many Senators do not accept wages, as Patricians they are usually independently wealthy and being a senator is an act of volunteer service. Serving the Empire for free. The Lower Assembly Members are usually well-paid ($140,000+ USD, or 70,000 ISD per annum) though many richer citizens do forgo payment, sending their paychecks directly to charity,

In order to become a Senior Administrative Official like a Common Judge, Member of Assembly, one must:
1) Be a Citizen of the Empire (which is a much harder process here as every person must earn it individually through four years of service)
2) Win the election to their position by popular vote

In Order to become a Senator or Supreme Court Judge, one must:
1) Be a Patrician (A Member of an Elite Group of Citizen's, who have performed great acts for the Empire and have been rewarded with this status, they include titans of industry, war heroes, great artists, writers, philosophers and painters, and other notable people, every year the Patricians vote on a single worthy Citizen's Family to be bestowed with the rank of Patrician)
2) Have Political or Legal Experience
3) Win a popular election by the citizenry

Bureaucratic Positions are minimal, since the government frowns on all but limited forms of bureaucracy, these are generally hired or volunteer workers (Administration is ironically a form of civil service), bureaucrats who take payment are generally well provided for with an annual salary that puts them in the upper middle class (50,000 ISD per annum). In order to apply for a bureaucratic position one generally must:
1) Have a management or other service degree; other degrees will be accepted based on relevance, more degrees obviously increases chance
2) Pass a test on bureaucracy and service
3) Have a cheerful and helpful disposition
4) Hate unnecessary bureaucratic ribbons

Our civil service is open friendly and efficient, thing never get lost in red tape, or stone-walled. Though minimal it does it's job well.
Last edited by The Adrian Empire on Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:06 pm, edited 1 time in total.
From the Desk of His Excellency, Emperor Kyle Cicero Argentis
Region Inc. "Selling Today for a Brighter Tomorrow"
"What is the Price of Prosperity? Eternal Vigilance"
Let's call it Voluntary Government Minarchism
Economic: Left/Right (9.5)
Social: Authoritarian/Libertarian (-2.56)
Sibirsky wrote:
Lackadaisical2 wrote:The Adrian Empire is God.


Oh of course. But not to the leftists.

Faith Hope Charity wrote:I would just like to take this time to say... The Adrian Empire is awesome.
First imagine the 1950's in space, add free market capitalism, aliens, orcs, elves and magic, throw in some art-deco cities, the Roman Empire and finish with the Starship Troopers' Federation
The Imperial Factbook| |Census 2010

User avatar
Fatatatutti
Postmaster-General
 
Posts: 10933
Founded: Jun 02, 2006
Civil Rights Lovefest

Postby Fatatatutti » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:27 pm

A number of news reports have emerged alleging that a disproportionate number of our civil servants seem to be named Rostefantonastic. At first glance, it appears to be the only name in the capital phone book. However, that only indicates that a lot of Rostelfantonasics have phones, not necessarily that they work for the government.

Accusations of nepotism are judged to be unfounded since many of the Rostelefantonastics deny being related at all. It might just be a very common name wherever they come from.

Concerns have also been raised about the fact that most government offices seem to be in suburban mini-malls next to BunsMaster bakeries. Inquiries into possible connections between the Rostelefantonastic family and the BunsMaster Corporation have failed to turn up any evidence and the report has subsequently been lost behind a filing cabinet.

-- E.R. Rostelefantonastic, Public Service Commission
Last edited by Fatatatutti on Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:28 pm, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
Rejistania
Senator
 
Posts: 3601
Founded: Antiquity
Left-Leaning College State

Postby Rejistania » Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:30 am

Administration in Rejistania? Let's see the criteria, an applicant has to fulfill to be employed:

* Must be related to someone in the administration to get the positions where efficiency happens
* Must have finished advanced school (if criterium 1 applies this can be ignored)
* Must be literate in Rejistanian
* Must be numerate (have an at least acceptable understanding of maths)
* Must be literate in at least one local language if the job requires contact with the public
* Must be at least somewhat skilled in the use of the prehistoric SI computers and OSes
* (for persons of the preferred gender of a higher up: must be good-looking and must not be prude. This criteria can be lifted by the partner of said higher up ;) )

You can imagine now how efficient the rejistanian administration works, can't you?

If you can't here is a short explanation:
corruption and nepotism
Last edited by Rejistania on Fri Mar 05, 2010 3:01 pm, edited 2 times in total.
Rejis sjiki, linux sjiki, alari sjiki, korona sjiki!
Forever united, forever free, forever in justice, forever prospering!


"Tekneluru mi'aru mi aji, il'sidekhir'ra mi, lajistas. Mi'ki'vasu kynha'het kijitax." Hank͜hila Sede, first lentine (translation: A dream is only a dream until it is reached. After that, it becomes something trivial)

Headlines from the Na~ovi Nanti: Hetkali election ended in no candidate over 2% hurdle - Syku I Jai fired as coach of Aetaila Seli, youth coach Hea I Juien takes over reins of club - Rising number of fairy penguins in Sumumusumu and neighboring islands


This person is pro-EU and proud of it! They are also a Eurofederalist and want the Federated States of Europe!

User avatar
Vetalia
Postmaster-General
 
Posts: 10751
Founded: Mar 23, 2005
Corporate Bordello

Postby Vetalia » Fri Mar 05, 2010 2:33 pm

The requirements for Vetalian civil service are fairly simple:

1. Be a citizen of Vetalia, naturalized or native.
2. Pass the appropriate civil service examination for your desired rank.

The difficulty of the exams increases steadily; from a GED-equivalent exam at entry-level to a post-doctoral level exam at the Proconsular level. The exams are administered independently of the government and are graded both anonymously and by computer. On average, the top 10% of any examination group are referred upward each year, with an unlimited number of retakes permitted provided the test-taker can afford it (starting at around 50 rubles for the lowest-level exam and as high as 1,500 rubles for the Proconsular examination). These referral percentages and prices change depending on the need for additional replacements for higher levels.

In theory, any civil servant with sufficient effort, study, and patience can rise to the very top, although penetrating the upper levels of the civil service is difficult since these positions are held for a long period of time. Still, every Proconsul has earned the position through their performance on the exams...
Economic Left/Right: 1.63
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 2.05

Honk Honk

User avatar
Munichburg
Spokesperson
 
Posts: 176
Founded: Feb 17, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Munichburg » Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:39 pm

To hold any public office, you must be at least 25 (this varies depending on what office you are running for. You also have to be a natural born Munich citizen.




Wars Munichburg has fought in:
-The Fourth Reich War: Won
-Monoffian Civil War: On-going
-Krianian Civil War: On-going

User avatar
Khodoristan
Minister
 
Posts: 2325
Founded: Jul 27, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby Khodoristan » Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:45 pm

Take the test, be a legal Khodoran citizen, be fluent in English and Russian, and have a high school diploma or higher. You know, basic shit like that.
Economic Left/Right: -3.88, Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.69 (centrist)
DERECON: 1 2 3 4 5

REST IN PEACE UNDERØATH 11/30/97-1/26/13
Pro: NATO, SEATO, ANZUS, EU, ROC, ROK, Japan, Israel, Russia, Turkey, India, gay rights, fiscal and social liberalism, Christianity, Judaism
Against: Iran, Pakistan, China, DPRK, Venezuela, racism, sexism, abortion, Islam, conservatism, military aggression

I'm a nihilistic Catholic. Yes, we do exist.

User avatar
471 and free peoples
Civil Servant
 
Posts: 6
Founded: Mar 07, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby 471 and free peoples » Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:53 pm

Selected by the Previous Emperor of the Holy Empire. The standard ruler however should be of high education and have a strong vision for our nation.

User avatar
Rhursbourg
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 477
Founded: Jun 24, 2005
Ex-Nation

Postby Rhursbourg » Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:24 am

You enter by taking the Civil service entrance exam
Economic Left/Right: -9.5
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -7.9


Advertisement

Remove ads

Return to Factbooks and National Information

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Connori Pilgrims, Myuredia, The Corparation, Vallermoore

Advertisement

Remove ads