In view of the spread of covid19, Jobsplus has decided to suspend all its front-office services at all its offices with immediate effect and until further notice.
Clients are encouraged to either contact the Corporation by phone or else make use of its electronic services to avail themselves of Jobsplus’ services.
Whilst doing our best to ensure continuity of service, Jobsplus appreciates the clients’ support and cooperation.
Below you can find guidelines on how to make use of some of our services during this period
Employing Third Country Nationals
The Employment Licences Unit is accepting temporary applications for Third Country Nationals who were previously in possession of a valid Residence/Work Permit and who had their employment terminated on the basis of redundancy as from the 9th of March 2020.
Third Country Nationals wishing to change employer on an indefinite basis, may apply for a Single Residence/Work Permit with Identity Malta Agency.
Applications from prospective employers may be submitted for Temporary Employment Licences via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Respective checklist and template application form may be downloaded from the following links:
- ELU - FM - 040 Employment Licence Application Checklist for a TCN(change employer)
- ELU - FM - 041 Application for a New - Extension of a Temporary EL
The Employment Licences Unit wishes to inform its esteemed clientele regarding the following preventive measures prompted by COVID-19. Clients are to submit applications for the issuing of Employment Licences electronically, to email@example.com. The template forms may be downloaded from Jobsplus’ website (https://jobsplus.gov.mt/resources/forms) and any payments applicable are to be affected via bank transfer. Employment Licences issued and/or other notifications will also be sent to the clients electronically.
Bank Transfers are to be affected as follows:
Bankers: Bank of Valletta plc
11/14 Pretty Bay
Birzebbuga BBG 02
Account is in the name of Jobsplus.
Account Number : 13501478018
Bank’s BIC : VALLMTMT
Sort Code : 22 013
IBAN : MT76 VALL 2201 3000 0000 1350 1478 018
Payment details: _______________________
Name for whom employment licence is being requested ____________________
Employers who need to recruit employees can contact us on 22201601-3 / 22201609 / 22201614 for assistance.
Further guidelines on how to open vacancies online can be found here.
Termination of Employees
Employers who are going to dismiss or have recently dismissed employees including Third Country Nationals are requested to contact us on 22201601-3 / 22201609 / 22201614.
Registering for Work
Jobseekers who need to register for work can contact us on the following numbers:
Malta: 22201250 / 22201252-8 / 22201912-3 / 22201972 / 22201922-4 / 22201933-4.
Disabled jobseekers can contact the Lino Spiteri Foundation on the following numbers:
Further guidelines on the registration process can be found here.
Third Country Nationals who became Unemployed
The following are guidelines for Third Country Nationals (TCNs) that have become unemployed as from the beginning of March and would like assistance to find alternative Employment.
Third Country Nationals are to call on one of the following telephone numbers:
2220 1205 / 1207 / 1214 / 1781 / 1783.
Our advisors will guide you on what needs to be done from your end once you become unemployed.
We will also take a basic profile including information on your skills, work experience and job preferences and will try to match you with vacancies available.
We will also be providing support when it comes to CV writing and answering interview questions.
EU Funded Schemes Division
Access to Employment & Investing in Skills Schemes
Procedure for the receipt of applications and claims for reimbursement during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak:
Prospective applicants and beneficiaries claiming for funds are to note that given the evolving nature of the COVID-19 outbreak, only soft copies sent via email will be accepted; no hard copy of applications or claims for reimbursement, whether submitted by mail, by hand or any other means, will be accepted until further notice.
Likewise, no pen-drives, cd’s etc will be accepted. This applies to submissions at both the A2E and IIS Units at Hal Far and other Jobsplus Offices in Malta and Gozo.
Only applications and claims for reimbursement that successfully reach the working mailbox by the close of the applicable deadline, will be considered. It remains the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application and claim for reimbursement was successfully delivered.
Prospective applicants and beneficiaries are strongly advised to avoid submitting applications or claims for reimbursement on the last days of the batch, in order to ensure that technical hitches of any sort do not hinder the successful receipt of applications or claims for reimbursement. Applicants/Beneficiaries are to ensure that applications/claims for reimbursement are sent in one compressed zipped folder, where applicable, with each document clearly labelled.
Jobsplus will continue to monitor this evolving situation and will keep all informed, as necessary, in future updates.
Documentation must be submitted to the following email addresses:
- Access to Employment (A2E) Scheme on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Investing in Skills (IIS) Scheme on email@example.com
If you have any additional questions, please contact:
- The A2E Unit on 222 01 399
- The IIS Unit on 222 01 300