The Supported Employment Services for Migrants originated from a project that was part-financed under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF) 2014 – 2020.
The services include job search assistance and training to migrants who may encounter a number of difficulties when trying to join the labour market.
Who can benefit?
- Asylum Seekers
- Holders of Subsidiary Protection
- Holders of Temporary Humanitarian Protection
- Holders of Specific Residency Authorisation
What are the specific activities offered to Migrants?
- Guidance on employment opportunities and job matching. Click here
- CV writing and mock interviews. Click here
- Job Brokerage Office (JBO) offers short-term job exposures
- Other Training including Pre-Employment skills, Life and Communication Skills and Basic ICT. Click here
What are the other services offered by Jobsplus?
- Mainstream free of charge training courses in various areas to further enhance the employability skills of migrants *
- Trade testing to assess individuals who have acquired knowledge, skills and competence but do not possess a formal qualification.
Persons with Subsidiary Protection/Temporary Humanitarian Protection Status, holders of a Specific Residence Authorisation and Refugee Status are granted an employment licence in their own name by Jobsplus.
Asylum seekers and Failed Asylum seekers require an employment licence issued in the employer’s name.
*Average Wage Earners Scheme for employed persons, earning less than €300/week whilst attending any course offered by Jobsplus
Telephone of person responsible: 2220 1231
Email address of person responsible: [email protected]
Generic telephone number: 2220 1681
Generic email address: [email protected]