Working and Living Conditions
The volunteer will work from Monday to Friday from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. However, it may happen that the volunteer, as well as the employees, engage in activities organized over weekends, which days where the beneficiaries are most available. These days will obviously be recovered.
The attendance sheet is not applied in our association, however, employees are required to respect a permanent presence and the achievement of objectives.
A daily log is made available to the volunteer to integrate their daily activities. This sheet will allow to monitor the volunteer's tasks and evaluate his or her work.
Travel, for professional reasons or for reasons of employee and volunteer representation, is governed by a mission order signed by the president of the association or his tutor, who is responsible for all travel expenses.
The applicable days off for employees and volunteers are two days per month, they can be requested at least one week in advance, as they can be accumulated.
Sick leave and rest days in case of emergency are settled amicably with the association, otherwise they depend on the labour code recognised by the State.
The association provides its employees and volunteers with computers, desktops, printers, scanners, video projectors, a fixed telephone and a wifi connection.
Volunteers have work offices in the association, and in their places of work or mission execution.
The volunteer's mission will take place in the municipality of Jerada, which is part of the Oriental region, which offers a very favourable context for social work and a warm welcome from the population, who already have experience working with European volunteers. Its climate is semi-arid, so there are no serious health risks.
The volunteer will be accommodated in an equipped apartment with locked individual room, provided by the hosting organization, close to the Isaaf Jerada Association, the market, the bank, the post office and a gym. The city of Jerada is the capital of the department, so there is a hospital, a bus station and shuttles to Oujda (Capital of the Oriental region).
The volunteers will have to adapt and to be flexible regarding the local working and living environment that is very different from the European one. The volunteer must be autonomous and be able to take initiatives.
A monthly Subsistence Lump Sum (308.57 per month), will be paid to the volunteer to cover subsistence (food, any other personal items) .
In addition, after the return, 100€ of post deployment resettlement allowance per month of deployment done, will be foreseen.
Visa fees, insurance and international travel (1 round trip ticket) will be covered directly by sending organization.