THE beach surveillance and lifeguard services for the beaches of Nerja and Maro have now been activated ahead of the summer season.
The beaches of Nerja and Maro will have a lifeguard and beach surveillance service from this Saturday, June 5, according to Ayuntamiento de Nerja. It was announced by the councillors of Human Resources, Ángela Díaz, and Playas, María del Carmen López, reporting that “the Local Government Board approved yesterday the hiring of a total of 41 people, of which 36 will be lifeguards for the beaches, 2 coordinators and 3 boat skippers. In this way, the Town Council activates the surveillance and first aid service 11 days before the beginning of the bathing season, guaranteeing the safety of our beaches throughout the summer”.
The Councillor for Beaches, María del Carmen López, has highlighted the commitment of the government group chaired by José Alberto Armijo, in strengthening the safety of our beaches so that residents and visitors can enjoy them in a safe way, in the most sense term broad.
The Councillor for Human Resources, Ángela Díaz, took the opportunity to remember that on this occasion, for the selection of staff, some aspects such as accredited knowledge of English have been valued, with the aim of improving the quality of the services of our beaches . Finally, he explained that, “all contracts are made full-time, with a duration of 3 months and are extendible.”
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