Service de l'Emploi
2 rue princesse Antoinette
MC 98000 Monaco
Youth Employment Unit :
(+377) 98 98 41 78
Opening Hours : From Monday to Friday by appointment
The Youth Employment Unit (Cellule Emploi Jeunes) at the Employment Office creates strong links between the world of work and young students or first time job seekers. It brings the Principality's young people and enterprises together.
Collaboration with Monegasque enterprises is one of the essential factors contributing to the efficient operation of the unit. It works with companies to assess employment opportunities and to offer them candidates with the right profile.
It is also in contact with various educational institutions to assist students when looking for traineeships and apprenticeships.
All Monegasque entreprises, whatever their business sector. The Unit can help you find:
- Junior staff
Permanent contacts with entreprises are the best way to meet their needs.
The Youth Employment Unit offers information and advice on the various options open to enterprises.
Once needs have been identified and the measures to be put in place targeted, the Youth Employment Unit proposes candidates corresponding to the profile sought.
The Youth Employment Unit assists enterprises with official procedures when employing young people. The person in charge of the Youth Employment Unit also visits firms directly in order to:
- Better undestand Monegasque business activities and the jobs being offered
- Develop close contacts with those recruiting
- Be aware of job prospects
- Understand employers' training needs
- Inform recruiters about measures implemented by the Employment Office in terms of recruitment incentives
Pre-vocational training scheme
Being fully aware of the investments required of firms when taking on young people that need training, the Government has put in place a "Pre-vocational training scheme" since 1 October 2005.
This initiative concerns young people from 16 to 25 years old, that are receiving full State unemployment benefit and gives them the possibility to undertake in-company training of a maximum duration of 3 months. The firm undertakes to hire them after this period under a contract with a minimum duration of 6 months.
During the three months, the young person receives the equivalent of 57.4 % of their future remuneration, paid by the Department of Employment. They also have social security cover.
The firm thus has a period of time to train the young person without financial cost. Monitoring is carried out by the Youth Employment Unit in order to assess their professional integration.
How can I benefit from this service?
Contact the Youth Employment Unit by telephone to make an appointment.