Since 2013, the City of Mazarrón has developed the 'No Labor Practices Program' through which young people are signing agreements with no work experience, in order to improve their employability and provide a first contact with the working world.
This has been signed two agreements between the City of Mazarrón and SEF.
One to ensure the continuation of this program and to spread the program among township enterprises, advising and helping those who are interested in signing these agreements.
Currently, the council has 28 fellows in different areas of the City as Finance, Employment, Training and Local Development, Human Resources, Trade Intervention, Tourist Office, Town Hall, Registry, Heritage, Libraries, etc..
These fellows will receive a certificate for the practices at the end of his contract and is scheduled this year to take place thirty hiring a new Fellows to different areas of the City.
Councillor for Employment, Training and Local Development, Matilde Blázquez, explained that "in this economic crisis, young people find many barriers to finding your first job, as there is great competition due to strong demand for employment current. Performing the 'No Labor Practices Program' will achieve a certified purchasing experience that will generate more employment opportunities. "
The program is aimed at young people aged 18-25 who are unemployed and in possession of a certificate of professional qualification, vocational training or university, certifying that they are qualified for the position sought.
A fundamental requirement for the youth to apply for a vacant position is that has not had a top three month work experience in that occupation, earning a monthly salary for their work.
The contract will be between 3 and 9 months.
The Mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo, stated that "if some young unemployed qualify, should not hesitate to contact the office of the SEF or the Local Development Agency located in Central Municipal Initiatives Jobs (CIME) and we will give you your first job opportunity, gaining valuable training that will help them deal with better labor market prospects and some experience. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón