The call is currently open for people registered with the Youth Guarantee, municipal sources report.The general director of the Regional Employment and Training Service, Marisa López, and the mayor of Cieza, Pascual Lucas, together with the Councilor for Employment and Economic Development, Antonio Moya, have held a meeting in which various issues related to the employment and economic development of Cieza.One of the main axes of the meeting has been the call for Mixed Employment and Training Programs for young people enrolled in the Youth Guarantee, which is currently open and in which the Cieza City Council will participate with a project aimed at training and employment of this group.Another topic; exposed has been the proposal by the City Council of Cieza for the implementation of the Employment Shuttle in the municipality.
It is a free job orientation program to help unemployed people to reactivate their job search with new techniques, according to the new job market.
The councilor of the area Antonio Moya has shown the project of the new facilities for this purpose, whose adaptation works have recently been completed, located in the old Municipal Market of Cieza.Finally, the mayor has been interested in the works of the new office of the SEF and SEPE in the town, located in the old ambulatory on Padre Salmerón street.
From the SEF they assure that the start of the same is imminent and that Cieza will soon have modern facilities where it can serve citizensPascual Lucas has commented in this regard that "years ago we began to work on employment in Cieza to improve the number of employees and therefore the quality of life of our citizens, and there have been many actions that have responded to this strategy that looks to Cieza, and with which innumerable positive results have been obtained, but now it is more important if it is possible to work in this direction, since the health crisis will hit employment very hard again and therefore, the local administration and regional must unite to fight against unemployment ".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza