The Cabildo, through the area of Employment, Socioeconomic Development and Foreign Action, has launched, in collaboration with the City Council of La Orotava, the La Orotava Sustainable employment plan, with which it trains and facilitates the hiring of 22 unemployed people in activities related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In a meeting with the participants, the island councilor Carmen Luz Baso explained that this year “from the Cabildo we have wanted to align the Municipal Employment Program, which has 10.5 million euros for the 31 municipalities of the Island, with another the great strategic objectives of the island government, such as advancing in the consolidation of a sustainable development model for the island». She explained that in the case of La Orotava this initiative contemplates a total investment of 293,183 euros, which is co-financed 96.5% by the Tenerife Cabildo and 3.5% by the Consistory.
For his part, the mayor of La Orotava, Francisco Linares, valued the execution of this island project in the municipality and assured that the Villero City Council maintains and strengthens its continuous commitment to sustainability and to favoring employment, as well as for facilitating access to training for citizens of the municipality. In this context, he added that the new employment project allows promoting jobs linked to the promotion of clean energy.
Specifically, the plan includes the hiring of a total of 22 people who will be distributed as follows: an administrative officer, a psychologist, two senior technicians in energy efficiency, two in education and environmental control, one in advertising graphics and two in computer science of management There will also be a graduate in History, another in Tourism, two socio-cultural animators, two technicians in social integration, one in topography and another in landscaping.