- The goal of the agreement is to optimise the management of the job offers linked to the project, supporting access to employment in the zone.
Sant Feliu de Llobregat town council (Barcelona) and ACCIONA this morning signed a collaboration agreement so that all of the job vacancies associated with the construction project entitled “Integration of the Railway in Sant Feliu de Llobregat” will be published through the local public job listings service.
The goal of this initiative is to optimise the management of the job offers linked to the project entitled “Sant Feliu Underground Railway Construction”, speeding up the process and making it more efficient, while helping users of the local employment service to find work.
The Sant Feliu de Llobregat town council local employment service will initially pre-select candidates from those people that meet the requirements and have the necessary skills for each ACCIONA vacancy. Potential candidates will then be jointly followed-up in order to define their skills, and if they do not match the profiles sought, the local employment service will provide candidates with the necessary tools to improve their employment prospects.
This agreement is the result of a commitment by Sant Feliu de Llobregat town council to promote, facilitate and support access to employment and the development of economic activity in the zone, as well as ACCIONA’s interest in promoting local employment across all of its projects.
The construction project entitled “Integration of the Railway in Sant Feliu de Llobregat”, also known as “Sant Feliu Underground Railway Construction”, consists of constructing an underground railway line that will run in parallel to the existing line between the towns of Sant Feliu de Llobregat and Sant Joan Despí in Barcelona.
This project will improve the connectivity and quality of life of local residents, who currently have a railway line that passes through Sant Feliu de Llobregat town centre.
Construction of this new line consists of a total of 2,980 metres, with more than 900 metres of cut-and-cover tunnels, over 630 metres of excavated tunnel and other open-air sections.
To minimise the potential impact of the project on connectivity in the area, the works are being carried out without disruption to traffic on the existing railway line.