The Ministry of Public Works, Housing and Territorial Development has set up an incentive program for the creation of nearly 100 micro enterprises (in a first phase) in road maintenance, which can generate 600 jobs.
According to a statement from the department, the deadline for applications for university graduates in the fields of building and public works is 26 February 2016.
The ministry said that “this is not a recruitment in the public service but a program encouraging graduates to start their own project in road maintenance, according to the decisions announced by the Prime Minister on January 26, 2016, before the parliament to promote employment “.
Under this program, established companies benefit from framework contracts with the Department over three years, provided that the young promoters meet the specifications relating to the exercise of the activity of small construction company.
The Public Works Department is committed to supporting developers before, during and after the small business creation.
The conditions set by the Ministry for the submission of applications for this program are obtaining engineering degrees, master or senior technician certificate (BTS). Graduates have to be unemployed for a year or more and aged 25 to 40 years.