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Torrevieja, Spain Holds Swearing-In Ceremony for 23 New Career Civil Servants

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In a historic move for the town of Torrevieja, Spain, Mayor Eduardo Dolón and Councillor María José Ruiz attended the swearing-in ceremony of 23 municipal workers as career civil servants. The appointments, part of the largest Public Employment Offer in the town’s history, include 16 caretakers, 2 youth information monitors, 2 local development agents, 1 library assistant technician, 1 sign writer, and 1 draughtsman. This step is critical in the council’s efforts to consolidate staff, many of whom have been in interim positions for years without the opportunity to secure their roles. Mayor Dolón emphasized the importance of improving conditions for municipal workers, making this consolidation process a priority.

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