MYSEA project is looking for experts in Italy - Extended deadline

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Following several requests of clarifications regarding the call for the search for economic operators and/or professionals for the services within MYSEA project - Mediterranean Youth, NEETs and Women Advancing Skills, Employment and Awareness in the Blue and Green Economy, funded by ENI CBC MED 2014-2020 programme, we inform you that the deadline for the submission of applications has been fixed at 20:00 on 03 December 2021. In the coming days the FAQs related to the call will be published, in order to allow the applicants to apply their requests.

CIES Onlus, Lead Beneficiary of the ‘Mediterranean Youth, NEETs and women advancing Skills, Employment and Awareness in the blue and green economy’ (MYSEA) project is looking for experts in different fields:

Area n. 1 – Designing of curricula methodology
Area n. 2 – Job orientation
Area n. 3 – Transversal, digital and sector related skills training
Area n. 4 – Micro-learning modules production
Area n. 5 – Leading mentors service
Area n. 6 – Translation
Area n. 7 – Logistic for workshops
Area n. 8 – Printing of publications and communication material

The new deadline for the submission of applications is December 3rd, 2021.

Related information on the main responsibilities, qualifications and skills, professional experience, and procedures for application are available on the following links (in Italian):

https://www.cies.it/aaa-cercasi-professionisti-e-aziende-per-il-progetto-mysea/

https://www.cies.it/chi-siamo/trasparenza/servizi-e-forniture/

 

About the project : Mediterranean Youth, NEETs and women advancing Skills, Employment and Awareness in the blue and green economy project

Given demographic changes, skill mismatches, rigid regulations, gender gaps and persistence of certain social-cultural norms, the Euro-Mediterranean region face high unemployment rates of youth, mainly NEETs, and women are underrepresented in the labour market. Moreover, the growing proliferation of sustainable and eco-responsible innovations in the agri-food and waste management requires new occupational profiles. To achieve this goal, MYSEA aims, from one side, to identify existing and emerging skills and professional needs through oriented training, coaching and mentoring. From the other side, it will involve Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) institutions and enterprises encouraging sector-skills alliances through apprenticeship, traineeship and on-the-job training. The project will result in opportunities for young women and NEETs to apply the soft and hard skills learned during the training and offer a platform to exchange experiences and implement national employment schemes in favour of youth employment.