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Ocupando plaza o puesto

English translation: Holding job or position

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05:00 Nov 22, 2013
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Spanish term or phrase: Ocupando plaza o puesto
Hi,

I need some help with this term in the following context: "Modalidad: ocupando plaza o puesto". The text is a form so there is no additional context. I think it refers to the professional relationship of the employee with the State Administration. As far as I know, he is a non-civil servant (contratado laboral).

Thanks in advance!
Jose Morago
Spain
Local time: 14:23
English translation:Holding job or position
Explanation:
This 'modality' would be one among several; others might be (speculating here) 'Contratista independiente' (Independent Contractor), 'Contratado temporal' (Temporary Employee), etc.

www.conwaygreene.com/Oregon/lpext.dll/Oregon/953/.../f64?f....
Permanent Employee - An employee holding a job or position created or established by the City Charter or by an ordinance or resolution of Council, for which a ...

das.nebraska.gov/nis/greports/new/pug/.../PHRUG_13_03_08.ppt‎
Mar 8, 2013 - Hiring Restrictions for Positions. Hiring restrictions define the rules and conditions for holding a job or position. Hiring restrictions enable you to:.


campuses.fortbendisd.com/.../2012%5Cteacher_20120409_1655_2.pdf‎
Apr 9, 2012 - 5. tenure – (n) holding a job or position permanently, without requiring a new contract. NBTT Vocab List #4. 1. fiscally – (adv) relating to finance, ...
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Pablo Julián Davis
Local time: 07:23
Grading comment
Thank you, Pablo Julián. It's just what I needed. It sounds natural and is the perfect equivalent.
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Holding job or position


Explanation:
This 'modality' would be one among several; others might be (speculating here) 'Contratista independiente' (Independent Contractor), 'Contratado temporal' (Temporary Employee), etc.

www.conwaygreene.com/Oregon/lpext.dll/Oregon/953/.../f64?f....
Permanent Employee - An employee holding a job or position created or established by the City Charter or by an ordinance or resolution of Council, for which a ...

das.nebraska.gov/nis/greports/new/pug/.../PHRUG_13_03_08.ppt‎
Mar 8, 2013 - Hiring Restrictions for Positions. Hiring restrictions define the rules and conditions for holding a job or position. Hiring restrictions enable you to:.


campuses.fortbendisd.com/.../2012%5Cteacher_20120409_1655_2.pdf‎
Apr 9, 2012 - 5. tenure – (n) holding a job or position permanently, without requiring a new contract. NBTT Vocab List #4. 1. fiscally – (adv) relating to finance, ...

Pablo Julián Davis
Local time: 07:23
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 20
Grading comment
Thank you, Pablo Julián. It's just what I needed. It sounds natural and is the perfect equivalent.

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