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Here is how you can volunteer to serve the Hajj pilgrims

In a bid to enhance the Hajj experience and streamline seasonal employment, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development has introduced the "Ajeer Al-Hajj" service for the year 1445 AH (2024 G). This innovative initiative aims to facilitate the employment of workers on seasonal contracts to volunteer during the Hajj season, ultimately improving the level of services provided to pilgrims at the holy sites.


Saudi citizens and residents seeking seasonal job opportunities during Hajj are encouraged to utilize the "Ajeer" platform to submit their CVs. Serving as a connecting bridge between job seekers and employers, this platform simplifies procedures for both parties involved, ensuring a smoother workflow throughout the Hajj season.

Work Volunteer to Serve Hajj Pilgrims

Under this initiative, the ministry mandates that establishments issue a Hajj permit to individuals engaged in seasonal work. It emphasizes that any violations of this requirement will be met with penalties as stipulated by the law.


With "Ajeer Al-Hajj," the ministry aims to not only facilitate employment opportunities but also uphold regulations to ensure a well-organized and efficient Hajj season for all involved parties. Whether you're seeking employment or looking to hire seasonal workers, "Ajeer Al-Hajj" is set to make the process easier and more streamlined than ever before.

Some points to keep in mind:


  • The Ajeer portal enables certified Hajj enterprises to advertise job openings on the platform.

  • Individuals seeking employment can utilize Ajeer to browse available positions and submit their applications.

  • According to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development (MHRSD), domestic pilgrim service organizations and authorized civic institutions are among the entities permitted to issue permits.

  • Labor providers in Makkah, Madinah, and Jeddah are also included in the authorized establishments.

  • MHRSD specifies that Saudi citizens must be at least 18 years old to obtain permission for seasonal work.

  • Residents are required to work for a labor supply firm approved by their employer after receiving permission.

  • This initiative is part of MHRSD's efforts to organize the workforce during the Hajj season, aiming to simplify processes for both enterprises and workers.

  • MHRSD aims to enhance the quality of services provided to Hajj pilgrims, thereby improving their overall pilgrimage experience


 

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