Among the thirteen applicants were two women with solid higher education, so the original call for proposals required. None of them came to the interview, writes Dagens Næringsliv.
I heard never something and was not invited into the conversation or interview, ” says Marit Jakobsen Leganger, who today has a leadership position in Service and Replacing the property. Marianne Molstad Haugan says she not got any feedback.
I thought it was a bit strange that I did not hear anything, ” she says.
In the course of the process was the text of the advertisement are changed so that the requirement “Must have higher education were that it was “desirable” with such a background. Eventually, the job of Osmunda Kaldheim, a man without completed higher education.
Kommunalminister Jan Tore Sanner (H) said Saturday that the announcement was changed and the deadline extended because the ministry wanted a wider amount of applicants. Although the gender equality act obliges public authorities to “work actively, purposefully and systematically to promote gender equality between the sexes”, there was only men who went further in the process. (©NTB)