Jobs for 81 people under environment project
The Cabildo will launch from January the ‘Sustainable Lanzarote IV’ project that will employ 81 unemployed people.
The project, which will be implemented by the Employment Area headed by the Minister Nerea Santana, has a budget of 624,216 euros co-financed by the Canary Islands Employment Service and the insular institution.
The direct beneficiaries of the project will be 60 young people under 30 years of age, although its development will also lead to the hiring of 21 more people as support staff. The objective is to improve the level of employability of people, combining paid professional experience and training in basic skills.
The cost of the project amounts to 624,216 euros, of which the Cabildo contributes 222,264 euros and the rest corresponds to the Canary Islands Employment Service.
The cleaning and conditioning work is framed in four axes that include roadsides, beaches, urban centres and the environment, centred around the Zonzamas environment.