Town hall jobs for unemployed in Pilar de la Horadada (Alicante)

PILAR DE LA HORADADA town hall has added eight previously-unemployed residents to its payroll.

Thanks to EU subsidies made available by the regional government’s employment service, LABORA, the town hall has taken on three new employees aged under 30 who will be working as an administrative assistant, concierge and leisure instructor respectively.

Of the five over-30s, four will be administrative assistants and another a concierge. 

All are on 12-month contracts.

The grants of €54,384 and €98,000 to cover wages and social security payments have been co-financed by the EU’s Youth Employment Initiative and the European Social Fund respectively.

“We are very pleased to have you on our staff, as we are convinced that an increase in employees will bring with it an improvement in all town hall operations,” said Pilar’s mayor Jose Maria Perez Sanchez as he welcomed the new intake.


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