Last week, the Ministry of Culture officially announced the result of the competition for the executive director of the second class, in the Directorate of Culture of Iai District. Archaeologist Bobi Apăvăloaei brilliantly promoted the competition. The result published on Friday (November 25, 2021) shows the following: Admission announced”
The Iasi District Directorate of Culture (DJC) has a new leadership! Archaeologist Bobi Apăvăloaei brilliantly promoted the competition organized by the Ministry of Culture. The result published on Friday (November 25, 2021) shows the following:
In the “interview test” competition organized to fill vacancies in the public administration of a second-class executive director, Iasi District Culture Directorate, the result was 90.40, and the candidate was declared accepted.” He scored 90 points in the written test. Everything was done with the provisions of the written test. Art. 61 Para. (4), Q. 62 Para. (3) of Government Decision No. (GD) No. 611/2008 regarding the organization and development of the career path of civil servants with subsequent modifications and completions.” I took this exam in it today! It’s been a busy time for me. So far, we have not officially received details about the competition. “There are a few more steps that need to be completed in order for the whole process to become official,” said Bobi Apăvăloaei, DJC Iași’s new CEO.
Bobi Apăvăloaei, an archaeologist and researcher in medieval Roman history, also handled the excavations at the Palace of Culture in Iai
Born on February 29, 1980, Bobby Abofloyi is an archaeologist and researcher in Roman medieval history who has also handled excavations at the Palace of Culture in Iai, where the oldest medieval tomb was found in the city of the Seven Hills. He also worked (since 2003) at the Center for European History and Civilization (CICE) within the structure of the Roman Academy – Iaşi Branch. In March 2016, he discovered the cash hoard from the Cacaine Valley, in the area now known as Târgu Cucu. He graduated from the Faculty of History at the University of “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” (UAIC) in Iai, majoring in Medieval History, in 2003.
Bachelor’s thesis: Siret Fair (14th-17th centuries), Master’s degree: “Society and Power in Antiquity and the Middle Ages”, 2007, with thesis “The Royal Court of Iasi in the 17th Century”. He collaborated with the famous historian and archaeologist Stela Cheptea. For several years he held the position of Senior Consultant at DJC. He has many specialized articles published in historical journals and publications. He also worked on the program “The Evolution / Outbreak of a Medieval City, Based on Archaeological Documents Supported by Written Sources”.
Professional activity: since 2003 he has been working at CICE, a junior, since 2004 a research assistant, since 2010 he has been a scientific researcher
Professional activity: since 2003 he has been working at CICE, a junior, since 2004 a research assistant, and since 2010 he has been a scientific researcher. Bobi Apăvăloaei has areas of interest: the Roman Middle Ages (14th-17th centuries), medieval cities, and medieval archeology.
Participated in research on archaeological sites: the royal court of Vaslui, the royal court and the church “St. Gheorghe” Harlow, in more than 1,500 archaeological rescue sites in the city of Iai (2003-2010), under the leadership of Associate Professor Prof. Dr. Stella Chepetia. At the level of communication Scientific: Modern Archaeological Research in the Medieval Center Iai International Symposium Al-Hussein, September 2006 Syrit Court Symposium “Founders of Musatine”, Neamt Museum Complex, October 2006, From Stories of Foreign Travelers about the Cities of Moldova, Symposium, CICE, March 2007 or , in the same year, Iai in the Middle Ages, a European city, in collaboration with Assoc. Stela Cheptea, Iași, National Symposium “Monument – Tradition and the Future”, 20-22 September 2007. Published several articles with the valuable medieval archaeologist Stela Cheptea, where the results of archaeological excavations were taken advantage of.