The Ministry of Labor announced the provision of 750 new job opportunities for young people from 21 to 45 years old, in a security services company in Cairo.
The available job opportunities include 700 security personnel, provided that the applicant for this job has a high or medium qualification, with working hours ranging from 8 to 12 hours, depending on the location, and a salary ranging from 3,300 to 5,600 pounds.
The company specified work locations in an administrative building in the Administrative Capital, a village on the North Coast, a compound in the First Settlement in front of Gate 6 Al-Rehab, Mall in Heliopolis, and 6th of October.
The company also requires 50 camera monitors to work in a mall in Zahraa Maadi, for 12 working hours.
The job opportunities available in the company are characterized by the availability of social insurance, housing, and internal transportation in the Administrative Capital.
Those who wish to apply for one of these jobs should go to the company’s headquarters in Rihana Plaza 6, B5 Zahraa Maadi, next to the Oscar Building, Cairo, or call 01050405442.
5756 job opportunities
And the Ministry of Labor had announced, in a statement 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 started on Friday,
Periodic employment newsletter
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 at the Ministry, and prepared by Mona Shawky, Senior Researcher in the Department. Today, new job opportunities are announced in 12 governorates, namely: Cairo. Giza, Sharkia, Port Said, Alexandria, Fayoum, Assiut, Aswan, Qena, Sohag, North Sinai, and Ismailia.