The administrative education branch

Trades and status.

The administrative sector would be defined by the vocation or the opportunity that the agents have to be able to exercise all the trades that this sector identifies.

To administer is to manage business; it is therefore a question here of managing the administration, being in the so-called “support” services in the noble sense of the term.

The professions which allow the administration of the public service are carried out in various fields, in particular management (management controller, etc.), accounting (authorized representative, accountant, etc.), human resources (payroll manager, HR manager, etc.) …), Legal affairs.

The sector also allows voluntary mobility that is more efficient than in certain sectors: between the two ministries, between establishments, between departments but also for administrative officers, between ministries (CIGEM).

National education and administrative branch

Administrative staff represent more than 20% of administrative and technical staff (231,300) or 52,609 people. It is quantitatively the most important sector of the BIATSS sector (Engineering, administrative, technical, social and health personnel and libraries).

The administrative branch is broken down by category:

• 18% belong to category A, State administration attachés (interministerial body with ministerial management, the cigem),

• 32% to category B, the secretaries of administration of national education and higher education -SAENES,

• 50% to category C, administrative assistants of national education and higher education – Adjaenes.

84% of the sector is made up of women.

A contractual sector

For national education, non-tenured agents are at more than 10% and continue to increase. Indeed, they were 8% in 2008.

The work quota for 16% of them is less than or equal to 50%, generating great financial instability.

The SA-EN asks for an adequacy of positions and corps, a new repyramidage plan.

Indeed, a good number of Adjaenes are on category B positions and the Saenes on category A positions. The Sa-en asks for a new repyramidage plan.

Promotion of opportunities as in other sectors

Like the other sectors, there are two ways of being promoted:

Progress table (TA)


aptitude list (LA)

You are “promotable” under the advancement table or aptitude list.

What does that mean ?

This means that you meet certain conditions to move faster in your career and maybe get PROMOTION.

Promotion enhances your commitment and professional value.


It allows you to access the next higher GRADE WITHIN YOUR body.

This is done either by choice or by professional examination. The two ways each have different access conditions.

The academic distribution of the advancement quotas is communicated at the beginning of each calendar year.

The progress table does not imply functional mobility.


It allows you to access THE immediately superior BODY.

The contingents and their academic corps promotion distributions will be communicated during the 1st quarter of the calendar year.

The annual number of receipts will be set by order of the Minister of National Education, Youth and Sports

The list of aptitudes allowing access to a body and to functions of a higher level, often implies a functional mobility, and / or geographical, except if the agent already performs functions of a higher level validated by the job description drawn up in conjunction with the REME standards.

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