The Ministry of Labor announced, in a statement, today, Thursday, that it had received requests from 32 private sector companies at the level of 12 governorates to fill 5,756 vacant jobs, in a number of specializations, including those with special abilities, with salaries starting from 3,000 pounds per month, in addition to health and social insurance. To apply for it during the month of September 2023, which starts from tomorrow, Friday,
And the press release stated that the periodic employment bulletin is issued by the Ministry every 15 days, through the General Directorate of Employment headed by Heba Ahmed, Director General of Employment in the Ministry, and prepared by Mona Shawky, Senior Researcher in the Department. Today, new job opportunities are announced, available in 12 governorates, which are: Cairo, Giza, Sharkia, Port Said, Alexandria, Fayoum, Assiut, Aswan, Qena, Sohag, North Sinai, and Ismailia.
And in specializations: agricultural workers, housing supervisor, occupational safety and health officer, electrical, production and mechanical engineers, teachers of all disciplines, accountants, secretaries, sales representative, production supervisors, security personnel, archive employee, social worker, drug preparer, insurance broker, and all business Hospitality, sewing workers in all departments, production workers, cleaners, and other specialties.
According to the statement, the bulletin includes a group of jobs for people of determination in the governorates, in order to fulfill the percentage of 5% among the total workers in that category, with remunerative salaries, within the framework of implementing the ministry’s plan to care, train and employ people of determination during the current period, and to oblige establishments to employ 5% of the total number of workers. Its workers are people with special abilities, in implementation of Law No. 10 of 2018, and in implementation of the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic, to integrate them into the labor market.
The Minister of Labor, Hassan Shehata, directed all labor directorates in the governorates to intensify follow-up after announcing these jobs, and to send a report to the ministry stating that the person wishing to work received the appropriate opportunity for him, and to investigate credibility in publishing job opportunities, and to ensure that the minimum wage is applied.
And within the framework of the state’s plan to confront unemployment, the ministry, through the Central Department of Employment and labor directorates in the governorates, receives applications for those who want to work, nominates them for one of these advertised jobs, and sends them to companies announcing those opportunities, in addition to organizing employment forums in the governorates and following up on job opportunities offered by private companies. .