SSE 2024 – 3 questions for Romain CIBOULET, in charge of partnership relations at Pôle Emploi » The economic and political newsletter of PACA
As the Games approach, many job opportunities are springing up all over the territory.
These opportunities were brought to the creation of the platform Jobs2024 by Pôle emploi, which lists all job offers linked to the organization of the Games. We will come back with Romain CibouletIn charge of partnership relations at Pôle Emploi, on the role of this platform.
1) Do you specify your role in the organization of the Paris 2024 Games and the opportunities concerned by your recruitment platform?
Pôle emploi is convinced that sport is an issue of integration and employment in the territories. For the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games alone, the economic impact is between 5.3 and 10.7 billion euros, with nearly 150,000 jobs. Also, the role of Pôle emploi is preponderant and it is for this reason that we have created – with our partners – a dedicated site entitled Jobs2024. This site has been relaying, for several months now, thousands of job opportunities related to construction, events, security, tourism, hotels and restaurants, not to mention the sports professions. Pôle Emploi is on the front line to meet the skills needs of recruiters.
To see the positions offered in connection with the companies awarded the Games contracts, we identify and mobilize the skills already available and the methods implemented for actions to secure the taking up of positions through Operational Preparations for Employment. On the training side, thousands of places have already been created and financed by the Regional Councils, Pôle Emploi and Skills Operators.
2) What is your role in coordinating training courses related to shortage occupations as part of the delivery of the Games?
It is quite correct to speak of training courses and to use the plural because the situations can be very different. Some job seekers just need adaptation training to complement the skills they already have. These training courses (POEI, POEC, AFPR, etc.) are courteous and have very high return-to-work rates. We work in particular with OPCO. Currently, Pôle emploi and OPCO Constructys are working together on POECs in the building sector for the JOPs.
Other job seekers with technical skills but may have shortcomings which constitute real brakes for the maintenance or development of their career, for example the mastery of French. In this context, we mention in particular the Regional Council training related to basic skills (English but also calculation, office automation…).
Finally, the sectors which are currently recruiting for the JOP, in particular construction and security, are sectors in tension, in need of manpower. Pôle emploi is therefore mobilizing to strengthen communication on these professions in order toattract new candidates. For these audiences who will have to learn everything about the trades, we rely in particular on the regional training program of the Regional Council which offers access to qualification, certifying and professionalizing courses that can be completed within the framework of courses with also expected services very like “VSI” focused on soft skills at the professional level.
3) Are the systems put in place by Pole Emploi (recruitment platform, sports job dating, etc.) intended to be made permanent after 2024?
Absolutely, and for several reasons. First of all, because sports practices and major sporting events create jobs in many sectors of activity. In addition, sport is an indicator of skills: a field in which Pôle emploi has decided to engage with its partners to promote the integration of people furthest from the labor market and to help them strengthen and enhance their skills. with recruiters. Through our partnerships and operations such as “From stadium to employment”Pôle emploi is setting up new forms of recruitment without a CV, by promoting skills linked to or promoted in the context of sports practice and which are transferable to the professional world: team spirit, perseverance, responsiveness or even communication or the ability to be proactive. Sport can thus be used as a tool for identifying transversal skills.