Youth and Sports announces vacancies for young people with good salaries

The Ministry of Youth and Sports announced the provision of vacant jobs and job opportunities for young people, in cooperation between the Central Administration for Youth Empowerment (General Administration for Youth Initiatives) with Microsoft and CARE Egypt for Development through the Egypt Employment Initiative. Various jobs, such as branch managers, assistant branch managers, and western chefs such as liver, sausage, and croup.

The Ministry of Youth and Sports clarified the details of the vacant jobs, the date and location of the employment forum, and we explain to you through this report the required conditions, rights and privileges of work, which came as follows:

The date and place of the job fair

The Ministry of Youth and Sports has set the date and location for the employment forum to be at 4 Al-Mamalek Street from Al-Lokanda Street behind “B-Tech” next to Abu Haidar, Heliopolis, to be on Wednesday, September 6, from 11 am to 4 pm.

Required conditions for youth and sports sects

Work places are in Heliopolis, Alf Maskan, Faisal, Dokki, Downtown, October, Banha, Mansoura, Zagazig and Tanta.

Jobs are available for all qualifications.

– Maximum age must be 40 years.

The job applicant must have a clear position on recruitment.

Vacancies features

– The company grants its employees a salary according to each job and experience.

The number of daily working hours is up to 10 hours, including one hour rest.

The number of days off is a day off per week.

– The company grants its employees annual increases.

– The company grants its employees social insurance.

How to apply for jobs

For those who wish to apply for vacant positions, please fill out the following form and go directly to the address and appointment from Here.

On the other hand, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, through the Central Department for Youth Empowerment, organized a tour for the Arab youth delegation, on the sidelines of the conference “Developing skills, information technology and future jobs”, in the pyramids area, and the Citadel of Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi, and a Nile cruise, within the activities of the conference, in the presence of Manal Jamal Undersecretary and Head of the Central Administration for Youth Empowerment, Eng. Omar Dora, Director of Social Responsibility for the Middle East and North Africa at Microsoft, Harry Morgan from Microsoft.

The delegation of Arab youth toured the Citadel of Salah El-Din, one of the most important landmarks of Islamic Cairo, and one of the oldest military castles built in the Middle Ages, and the pyramids of Giza – the greatest of the Seven Wonders of the World. The delegation listened to a detailed explanation of the history of the region and its most important monuments, where they saw the pyramids. The three, the panorama area, and the Nile cruise.

The conference will discuss skills development, information technology, and future jobs, while giving young people the opportunity to learn from experts, network with professionals, and discover the latest innovations in these fields.

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