German employment agency interested in Jordanian talent | Culture & Society

Ammon News – The German Federal Employment Agency (BA) said on Thursday that it is currently working to expand cooperation with its Jordanian partners to attract Jordanian talent to work in Germany.

In a meeting with a number of Jordan Industry Chamber (JCI) board members, BA International Department Head Markus Bircher said there is a strong demand for qualified young various disciplines in the German labor market, noting that his country had launched the sustainable nurse recruitment program (Triple Win) in Jordan, in cooperation with the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), to provide job opportunities employment for Jordanians in the nursing sector.

He added that the program attracts talent from a number of countries, including Jordan, which was chosen after studying its educational process, noting that those who want to work in Germany must pass a German level test which should be accredited by the German authorities. .

JCI Vice President Ahmed Khodari stressed the importance of strengthening cooperation with Germany to develop training programs for many industrial majors to meet the needs of the industrial sector.

For his part, JCI Board Member Sa’ad Yassin appreciated Germany’s support for Jordan, hailing the role of the German-Jordanian Economic Cooperation Office since its establishment eight years ago in promoting economic ties between the two countries and the organization of forums and meetings.

He added that JCI seeks to promote Jordan as a country rich in talent and human resources. The chamber’s responsibility is to provide employment opportunities to Jordanians, thereby reducing unemployment rates in the Kingdom, he added.

JCI Director General Nael Al-Husami noted coordination with the German-Jordanian Economic Cooperation Office to organize meetings that brought together the National Company for Training and Employment, the Vocational Training Company, the Development Commission technical and vocational skills, unions of engineers, doctors, nurses and pharmacists, and BA to discuss the employment of Jordanians in various sectors in Germany.