By Linda Hall • 13 November 2019 • 12:29
CALPE town hall took on 11 new staff under a regional government scheme to help under-30s enter the labour market.
This is the fourth year that the municipality has taken part in the employment programme which is part-financed by the European Social Fund, receiving a total of €212,277.
The scheme covers both the qualified and unqualified jobless and this year the town hall engaged an architect, a social worker, a biologist, an infants’ instructor and a tourism official.
All were employed on probationary contracts, explained the town hall, which received €101,869 to cover outgoings.
The remaining six contracts, for which the town hall received €110,408, was used to take on four administrative assistants and four blue-collar workers who will be working on temporary contracts.
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