329 workers, including teachers, workers and administrative staff in the educational sector of the municipality of Bruzual, Yaracuy state, received a certificate of ownership from the Ministry of Education this weekend.
The act was held at the Antonio Mendoza de Chivacoa Theater, where the workers officially received their positions, which, in some cases, they had been occupying under the contract method for more than 10 years.
The Mayor of the jurisdiction, Carlos González, along with officials of the Municipal Center, distributed the certificates for the development of educational quality.
“It is a beautiful act with which we justify the work of those who are working for the education of our municipality and our country, with a high vocation to serve and without defeat, extremely unfavorable economic conditions Despite what we have as a result of the blockade and economic sanctions”, the local president said.
They become permanent employees of the Ministry of Education
He mentioned that the employees of the education sector can finally enjoy their permanent posts within the Ministry of Education.
Teacher Marbis Escobar, 33, received her credential after 10 years as a contract teacher at the Chivacoa school.
“I love my job, beyond the salary, which I am sure will improve sooner rather than later by God’s decision. I am dedicated to my children in the classrooms and for them I owe my tenure all these years Standing firm in waiting, which I am receiving with great pride today”, Escobar highlighted.
On the other hand, the mayor’s office of Bruzual initiated a transportation subsidy program aimed at educational workers, through which they provide a monthly incentive of 30% of the estimated cost spent by a worker in transfers.
The bonus was given to the first 189 employees registered in the scheme, who will henceforth receive the respective allotments directly in their bank accounts.
The Mayor said, “It is an incentive with which we want to help our teachers, staff and workers in the education sector, so that they can get involved in their jobs and fulfill the commendable work they do for our children and young students. Can.”
He informed that they continue to receive applications to opt for the subsidy and hope to include more and more workers.
In this regard, Darryls Amada Rodríguez, director of the Maria Dominga de Granda Comprehensive School, noted that the assignment would help meet the daily payment in tickets.
“We are in a rural area where we have to pay a daily ticket to go there, so we are satisfied with this support which will help lighten our pockets a bit,” said the teacher.