Under Jordanian law, employers of non-Jordanian workers are legally required to obtain a work permit from the local Labour Directorate of the Ministry of Labour. Syrian refugees have access to work permits in selected occupations.
For details and information on issuing work permits, labour rights and laws in Jordan, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page by clicking on this link.
Content of this page is updated whenever any changes occur or new decisions are issued.
Ministry of Labour Decisions on Open Sectors can be found here.
General Federation of Jordanian Trade Unions (GFJTU) Offices:
- Amman: 0796091915
- Zarqaa: 0779364299
- Mafraq: 0797587581
- Zaatari Camp: 0772256316
- Irbid: 0785349520
- Southern Region (Tafilah): 0777161216
The Ministry of Labour has a free hotline that receives calls regarding labour law issues and is committed to improve the rights of all workers in Jordan. The hotline has answering machines that receive complaints after 3:30PM.
Free line: 080022208
Zain network: 0796580666
Orange network: 0777580666
Umniah network: 0785602666
E-mail: [email protected]
Legal Issues: for legal counseling and/or mediation, please contact ARDD-Legal Aid at 064617477 operating Sunday to Thursday, from 9AM to 6PM; or approach the Legal Unit in UNHCR Amman Branch Office.
On this tab, you may browse the different opportunities offered by local institutions and partner organizations to UNHCR.
Please click on the title of the opportunity from the list below to read more details.
Opportunities in the agriculture sector (ILO)
- Irbid: 0795510581
- Zarqaa & Azraq 0786741410
- Mafarq 0797948673
- Irbid: Omar Obaidat 0797912477
- Irbid: Wissam Khair 0790257157
- Irbid: Adham Zaal 0799675608
- Zarqaa & Azraq: Abdul Hadi Al Shehadeh 0798448925
- Mafraq: Ziyad Al Smadi 0775784407
Opportunities in the industrial sector (GIZ)
New scholarship opportunity for refugees of all nationalities for a course of intensive software development offered by Luminus Technical University College (LTUC), all expenses included.
- Age group: 18 to 30
- Medium proficiency in English language
- Applicant must be registered with UNHCR Jordan
- Minimum education: bachelor’s degree (with exceptions for diplomas)
- Full commitment for a period of 6 months, for 8 hours a day, 5 days a week
To apply for this opportunity, please fill out the form in this link: https://asac.ltuc.com/ar/academic-scholarships/