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Consell announces openings in protection of minors, social work and administration

foto 2020 web ofertes de feinaThe human resources arm of the Consell de Formentera reports it has listed two new job openings for administrative officers in protection of minors and social work. The offers were posted Saturday 23 May on BOIB, Spain’s official gazette.

Yesterday came with an extension for the deadline on applications for administrative assistants, an offer originally published 14 March but suspended due to the invocation of emergency orders. The new deadline is 3 June.

Urgent, temporary or otherwise, all job listings, previously published exclusively on the SOIB regional jobseekers’ site, will henceforth be advertised on the Consell de Formentera website in a new job offers section (https://bit.ly/2Xw8Qte) and on the human resource department’s online bulletin board. Visitors to the site will find all relevant information as well as the application form.

26 May 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

This Wednesday, municipal pool opens for islanders with appointment

foto 2020 piscinaThe Formentera Department of Sport reports that the municipal swimming pool will open its doors anew this Wednesday 27 May, in tune with the terms laid out for establishments that reopen amid the Covid-19 crisis. Appointments, available by telephoning 971 32 12 40, must be made 24 hours prior to visiting Poliesportiu Antoni Blanc.

- No more than 6 swimmers at a time in the pool, no longer than one hour each.
- Shower time is restricted to 15 minutes.
- Swimmers must come with their own material; pool material will not be lent out.
- Youth aged 10 to 16 must be accompanied by an adult and be able to swim 25 metres without assistance.


25 May 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Consell de Formentera gives farmers’ co-op €52,000 to help reinvigorate local agriculture

Foto signatura conveni Cooperativa Camp 2020Consell de Formentera president Alejandra Ferrer and Jaume Escandell, chief of the island’s agricultural co-operative (Cooperativa del Camp), have signed into action a collaborative accord worth €52,000. The aim of the assistance is to help the Cooperativa del Camp develop actions around the public programme to revive Formentera’s farming sector and beautify the local rural environment in 2020.

The programme was created to drive the local regrowth of agricultural activity, with all the economic, social, cultural and environmental benefits that come with it. Priority is placed on recovery actions and upgrades on parcels of land which were donated to the group’s “farmland reserve” (cens de terres) initiative, as well as the agrarian revival of a lot in Can Marroig, although the pact signed today includes all of the Cooperativa’s regrowth and improvement efforts generally.

The Consell de Formentera signs a yearly pledge of coordinated action with the farmers’ co-operative to advance the local primary sector; last year’s pact carried with it €115,000 in assistance. While the 2020 pledge is expected to be accompanied by a support package of €130,000, the state of emergency has made signing of the deal temporarily impossible. In the interim, today’s pact was aimed at helping the Cooperativa remain economically viable and operational.


25 May 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

This weekend, security forces help bolster patrols

foto 2020 socorrista mascaretaAs the island prepares for its first weekend under phase 2 of lockdown de-escalation, the Formentera Department of Interior reports that this weekend security forces will be on call to see to it that islanders obey emergency orders. Interior conseller Josep Marí remarked that from yesterday, 21 May, whether in open-air public spaces, public-use buildings or other enclosed spaces which are open to the public, masks are required whenever two-metre physical distancing is unworkable.

Lifeguard and rescue service begins tomorrow at Llevant and Arenals, bringing the two beaches in line with Ses Illetes, where lifeguards have been on duty since Monday. Seven lifeguards and a coordinator will oversee bathers’ safety and compliance with rules. Conseller Marí pointed out that “at beaches too, distancing and hygiene protocols are in effect, and groups cannot exceed 15”.

22 May 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

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