SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Aug 20 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The ordinary session of the Executive Committee of the Tenerife Prevention, Fire Fighting and Rescue Consortium has recently approved the incentive plan for the early retirement of the Consortium’s staff.
This measure has been taken with the aim of matching working conditions to those in force in the Cabildo de Tenerife, parent entity of the Consortium.
In addition, this meeting approved the granting of subsidies to the Los Realejos, Santiago del Teide and San Cristóbal de La Laguna Voluntary Fire Stations for a total amount of 162,000 euros.
This incentive plan uses the modalities of early retirement of their own free will and partial retirement of civil servant and labor personnel, and the consequent recognition of the right to receive an economic incentive.
Early retirement is justified to achieve different basic objectives, such as the rationalization of the workforce, its renewal and a certain containment of public spending, all with the ultimate purpose of improving efficiency in the performance of the public functions assigned to it. the Firefighters Consortium.
The meeting was carried out electronically and was attended by the insular director of Security of the Cabildo de Tenerife and president of the Consortium, Rubén Fernández; the manager, José Vargas; the vice president of the Consortium and representative of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Evelyn Alonso, and several representatives of the island’s consistories, together with the secretary and the delegate auditor of the Consortium.
Another of the issues addressed was the appointment as career civil servants, in the position of specialist firefighter driver, of the 26 applicants who passed the internal promotion procedure that was enabled in their day.