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Students' Summer Work Opportunities 2019

The provision of summer work opportunities for full-time students having finished compulsory secondary education including those at the final year of their studies, is this year being facilitated by the Students' Maintenance Grants’ Board within the Ministry for Education and Employment, in collaboration with the Institute for the Public Service within the People and Standards’ Division at the Office of the Prime Minister.
 Who may apply
Full-time students having finished compulsory secondary education including those at the final year of their studies are welcome to apply online.
 
Online Application
 
Students interested to apply, should submit the online application at https://edurecruitment.gov.mt/ and attach the scans of both sides of their Identity Card.  Students who have just finished compulsory secondary education are required to submit a declaration from the respective Head of School to prove they have finished Form V.  Failure to submit the requested information properly, including the requested scans, may disqualify students from the scheme.
 
Applications will open on Monday 13th May 2019 at noon.
Closing date for applications is Sunday 9th June 2019 at midnight.
 
Work Phases
Students should indicate their preference between the first and second phase.  Students may apply for both work phases by submitting both applications.  Students who have their workphase extended upon request from the employer and after approval of the SMGB need to have another Jobsplus Engagement and Termination Form filled in to cover the additional period of workphase.
 
Phase 1
15th July 2019 – 9th August 2019
Phase 2
19th August 2019 – 13th September 2019
 
 
 
 
 
Remuneration and Entitlement
Remuneration for this work is pegged at an hourly rate of €6.50 in line with scale 16 pay of the Public Service.
 
Vacation Leave       
7 hours
Bonus and Income Supplement 
€19.71
Sick Leave    
 
2 days on full pay
2 days on half pay
 
Jobsplus
Students are to ensure that once assigned with an employer, their employment is registered with Jobsplus via the Engagement Form as per Legal Notice 110/1993.  The Jobsplus Termination Form must be submitted at the end of the summer work.
 
Failure to register a Commencement or a Termination of a job may result in incorrect data being shown on the Jobsplus Employment History.
 
Students’ Organisations
The Students’ Maintenance Grants’ Board welcomes applications from students who wish to work for recognised Students’ Organisations in Educational Institutions during Summer.
 
Students’ Organisations have to be registered with the Students’ Maintenance Grants’ Board as per Registration of Work Provision by Employers (MEDE Circular).  Projects need to be approved by the Students’ Maintenance Grants Board as stipulated in the MEDE Circular for Summer Work Opportunities 2019.
 
Other Notes:
a.  Please note that students receive the bonus and any other benefits such as vacation leave, sick-leave (against presentation of medical certificate) and income supplement on a pro rata basis.
b. Vacation leave which is not availed of till the end of each work phase is non-refundable.
c.  Non-EU students must check with Jobsplus whether they require a valid permit enabling them to work in Malta.
d.  This application form is specifically for the Summer Work Opportunities Campaign and will not be considered for any other scheme.
e. Students who have just finished compulsory secondary education must have obtained a declaration from the respective Head of School to prove they have finished Form V and have also registered with any Social Security Branch for NI purposes before commencement of placement.
 
For further details kindly contact:
One Stop Shop Tel: 153 
E-mail: administration.mede@gov.mt