RULE BOOK on internal organization and systematization of WORK POSITIONS
Based on the Article 43 Paragraph 2 of the Law on State Administration ("Official Gazette" no. 79/05, 101/07 and 95/10), Article 46 of the Law on Civil Servants ("Official Gazette of RS", no. 79/05, 81/05-correction, 83/05-correction, 64/07 and 67/07-correction, 116/08 and 104/09), Article 4, paragraph 2 of the Regulation on principles for internal organization and systematization of work positions in ministries, special organizations and Government services ("RS Official Gazette", no. 81/07-consolidated text, 69/08, 98/12 87/13), Article 4 of the Regulation on the classification of work positions and criteria for work positions of Civil Servants ("Official Gazette" no. 117/05, 108/08, 109/09, 95/10, 117/12), Article 4 of the Regulation on the classification of work positions of employees ("RS Official Gazette", no. 5/06 and 30/06) and Art. 5, 14 and 16 of the Regulation on Administrative Districts ("RS Official Gazette" No. 15/06),
Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure hereby issues
INTERNAL ORGANIZATION AND SYSTEMATIZATION OF WORK POSITIONS IN MINISTRY IN CONSTRUCTION, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE
I. INTRODUCTORY PROVISION
This Rulebook specifies the internal units, their scope and relation; management of internal units; authorizations and responsibilities of managers of internal units; the way of cooperation with other bodies and organizations; the number of state secretaries and civil servants working on the position and the description of their tasks; the number of work positions for each occupation (for civil servants) and every type of work positions (for employees); titles of work positions, job descriptions of tasks for work positions and professions (for civil servants) or type (for employees) in which work positions are classified; required number of civil servants and employees for each work positions; employment requirements for every work position in the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure (hereinafter: the Ministry).
II. INTERNAL UNITS, THEIR SCOPE AND RELATIONS
In order to perform tasks within scope of the Ministry, the basic internal units are formed as following:
1. Department for road transport, roads and traffic safety;
2. Department for railways and intermodal transport;
3. Department for air traffic;
4. Department for water transport and navigation safety;
5. Department for construction affairs, implementation of consolidated procedures
6. Department for spatial planning and urban development;
7. Department for housing and architectural policy, utilities and energy efficiency;
8. Department for international cooperation and European integrations;
9. Sector for inspection
The Secretariat of the Ministry and Office of the Deputy Prime Minister are established in the Ministry, as special internal units.
In the Ministry, the following are formed as internal units outside the sector and the Secretariat: Department for Administration and Administrative Affairs, Project Management Department and Internal Audit Group.
Article 5 deleted
The administrative bodies within the Ministry are: