Spanish company Renfe is looking to employ 305 new commercial operators, of which 17 of these jobs are reserved for people with disabilities. The application process is already open; all applicants must be willing to work shifts and be “geographically mobile”. Renfe wants applicants to be multilingual with English, German, French, and for those working in Catalonia, Catalan.

There are 55 jobs available in Catalonia, with 4 of the jobs reserved for disabled people. Throughout the rest of Spain, a further 250 jobs are available, 13 of which will be reserved for disabled people. As well as being multilingual, the company hopes to find applicants who already have work experience within the company.

Renfe are looking to recruit “permanent staff” and are looking to “promote gender balance, encouraging as much as possible the increase of the underrepresented gender within their staff”. People with disabilities will need to have a “degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%”. The application process is open now on the ‘Employment and Talent’ section of the Renfe website. Applicants are also encouraged to check out the website for further new job possibilities with the company.

Source: Euro Weekly News