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Areas Social action Social Welfare Formentera welcomes two new hires as part of programme for young job-seekers

Formentera welcomes two new hires as part of programme for young job-seekers

foto-noves-places-soib-joves-2The social welfare department of the Formentera Council reports that two young women joined the administration payroll this week thanks to a programme of the Balearic employment office branded SOIB Jove Qualificats Entitats Locals.

Trumpeting the qualities of the programme, department head Vanessa Parellada said “it gives our youth a great opportunity get their feet wet in the working world through a range of areas in the public administration, the Formentera Council included”.

SOIB Jove 'Qualified Local Entities'

The programme unlocks money to generate jobs for unemployed youth between the ages of 18 and 30 who are enrolled in Spain's Garantia Juvenil or “Youth Promise” system. Candidates must have completed an accredited academic course or advanced vocational training, though previous work experience in one's field is not required.

Maria Antònia Martorell and Alba Portas will be responsible for putting together the Formentera Council's catalogue of services and incorporating it into the administration's web site. The site will serve as a tool for islanders and visitors to obtain information about varying services and arms of the administration.

The two will also take the lead on creation of an administrative database envisioned as a one-stop shop where specialists can locate up-to-date information on general and tourism-related activities.

SOIB Jove Qualificats Entitats Locals receives funding from the 2014-2020 Operational Programme for Youth Employment and Youth Employment Initiative of the European Social Fund, as well as additional support from the Sector Conference Fund.

This is the Formentera Council's second experience with the SOIB Jove programme.




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