By Laura Kemp • 07 August 2021 • 12:59
The CEOs of Mijas Complementary Services, Laura Moreno and Arancha Lopez, have reported that in the coming weeks the Basic Income job placement program will hire 150 people, which will increase its workforce to more than 550 workers.
“We have a total of more than 400 people currently working and in the coming weeks a group of another 150 people will be incorporated, so we will gradually incorporate, throughout this year, the personnel from the list that we have at this time”, Moreno specified.
These contracts are intended for cleaning and fire prevention, conservation of historical and artistic heritage, environmental protection, cleaning and disinfection of spaces, maintenance and conservation of green, rural and recreational spaces and conservation of the coastline and mountains of Mijas.
Moreno emphasised: “The personnel who access Basic Income, in addition to being a group at risk of social exclusion, is an unqualified group. They are people who are learning a trade that is not theirs and we have to try to get them trained in six months”.
The CEO Arancha Lopez has wanted to value the work carried out by the Consistory itself in improving job opportunities for its citizens. “We continue working so that this list of hires continues to expand and help all those people who need an opportunity to be able to join the world of work.
“As the closest administration, we want our neighbours to come to us when they are looking for a job or want to learn some kind of trade,” said Lopez.
Finally, Mijas Complementary Services has announced that the term of the call for the next list will end on August 31. Those interested can download the application and more information through the municipal website www.mijas.es/portal/fomento/renta-basica/ or by requesting an appointment by calling 951 26 02 83 or by e-mail rentabasica @ Complementary services.es.
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