Planning, institutional and organisational information

Planning, institutional and organisational information

This section explains the institutional organisation and its structure, indicating the functions, head offices of each body and contacts, the identity of the responsible parties and the staff, with a list of the work positions.

Public information is understood as referring to the contents or documents, regardless of the format or media, that are in the possession of parties subject to the Foral Law 5/2018, of May 17, on Transparency, Access to Public Information and Good Governance, and that have been prepared or acquired in the exercise of their functions.

Access to information shall be free of charge as a general rule, and information shall be made available in the form or format requested, whenever possible.

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Sodena (Sociedad de Desarrollo de Navarra, S.L.) is the body of the Government of Navarre responsible for attracting and developing added-value business projects for Navarre, and for coordinating the design and implementation of the regional Smart Specialisation Strategy that promotes collaboration, growth and competitiveness, in order to contribute towards regional development and create high quality employment.

Financial support for local business projects and for those from other locations is mainly provided through participation in participatory capital and loans. The projects should be linked to Navarre, and actively and significantly contribute towards the balanced and sustained development of the region. Technical support is provided through coordination, accompaniment and links with investors and companies, and shall offer whatever support is required when deciding on where to locate projects in Navarre.

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Financial support via venture capital instruments
– Other financial support
Attracting external investment
Coordinating the design and implementation of the S3 Navarra and support in cluster policies

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According to article 106 of Regional Law 14/2007, of 4 April, on the Heritage of Navarre, “public companies shall be governed by private legislation, without prejudice to the special provisions established in this Regional Law and in the administrative legislation applicable to budgeting, accounts, financial control and contracting”.


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The work posts at Sodena are classified according to the provisions for professional groups established in the Collective Bargaining Agreement for the Offices Sector, and are as follows:

    • Professional group 1. The staff belonging to this group are directly responsible for managing one or more functional areas of the company or carry out technical tasks that are highly complex and require considerable skill. They make decisions or participate in the decision-making process and in defining specific objectives. They carry out their duties with a high level of autonomy, initiative and responsibility. Training: higher level university degree or equivalent knowledge provided by the company and/or experience acquired from working in their sector.
    • Professional group 2. Professionals with a high level of autonomy, initiative and responsibility who carry out complex technical tasks, with defined global objectives, a high intellectual content or the need for human interrelationship skills. They are also directly responsible for integrating, coordinating and supervising the functions of a group of collaborators in the same functional area. Training: university degree or equivalent knowledge provided by the company, along with considerable experience in their professional sector. They may sometimes have higher level university degrees and take on posts defined in the group “recently contracted higher level degree holders”.
    • Professional group 3. Workers who may or may not have command responsibilities and who carry out tasks with an average level of intellectual activity and human interrelationships, within a framework of instructions of average technical complexity and a certain level of complexity within the process itself. They carry out functions that involve integrating, coordinating and supervising uniform tasks carried out by a group of collaborators at a lower ranking organisational level. Training: college degree, second level specialist technician and/or considerable experience in the workplace.
    • Professional group 4. (previously called skilled worker). Staff who carry out work on an autonomous basis that usually requires initiative and reasoning skills from the persons responsible for carrying it out. They share responsibility for the tasks with supervisors and may have command responsibilities. Training: Baccalaureate, Upper Secondary Education or equivalent, or specialist technicians (level 3 modules) complemented with on-site training, or in the absence of same, experience acquired over the course of their career.
    • Professional group 5. Tasks that are carried out under supervision or on the orders of more qualified professionals as part of the hierarchy of the company. These workers are normally supervised but may act on their own initiative with professional skills or a period of adaptation. Training: Baccalaureate, Upper Secondary Education and auxiliary technical skills acquired over the course of their work (level 2 modules), unqualified school leavers with specific training in the workplace or skills acquired over the course of their career.

There is no trade union representation.

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Organic Law 53/1984, of 26 December, on incompatibilities of staff at the service of public administrations, establishes the following:

There is no incompatibility in carrying out private activities as long as they do not impede or undermine strict compliance with their duties or compromise their impartiality or independence. As a general rule, the staff of private companies cannot make their activities compatible with the work required in a second job with responsibilities or activities in the public sector, with the following exceptions:

  • Teaching
  • Medicine

Prior and express authorisation of compatibility is indispensable for exercising the second activity, stating that no changes will be made to the working day or hours in the two jobs and that the conditions in both posts shall be strictly complied with. In any case, authorisation of compatibility shall be based on the public interest.

Sodena has not issued any authorisations of compatibility.

Sodena has not up to this date carried out any citizen participation processes

Sodena does not manage waiting lists for access to public services.

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