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Daleel El 3amal is a new website for job seekers and providers in Lebanon that has officially launched today. Made by the Centre for Social Sciences Research And Action, the website “aims to ensure a transparent, easy, and adequate promotion of employment opportunities,” based on the success of the centre’s Daleel Madani.
The new platform is built on the success of Daleel Madani, the reference for civil society organizations and actors since 2006 and offers an easier and more transparent job search experience. pic.twitter.com/Sf0qnWALf5— Centre for Social Sciences Research and Action (@TheCeSSRA) May 22, 2023
The centre hopes to replicate its success in the private sector with Daleel El 3amal, touting how Daleel Madani has “25 million page views per year and is the reference for all things related to civil society, including civil society job opportunities.” The website already has 15 job opportunities up on its first day of operation.
The website joins an ever growing list of platforms attempting to facilitate the search for jobs in Lebanon. Daleel el 3amal hopes to make the job search “more convenient and accessible” through its platform. For job posters, the website offers three bundles at the moment, ranging from $25 for 1 job to $200 for 7.
Thrilled to launch Daleel el 3amal, especially in these times of crises, and building on the same values and principles that made the success of Daleel Madani, transparency, trust, and open-access.— Marie-Noëlle AbiYaghi (@mnabiyaghi) May 22, 2023
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Amidst Lebanon’s intersecting crises, there has been increased chaos in the job market as varying exchanges and non-transparent hiring processes help propel inequality and exploitation. Daleel El 3amal thankfully offers plenty of information for any job listing, with details about the position, duration, and salary offered on the website. We hope this increased transparency will make it easier for job seekers around the country.
Next time you’re on the job hunt, you will probably benefit from a stop at Daleel el 3amal. You can keep up with the website through the centre’s Twitter and Facebook.