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VACANCIES ON SEPTEMBER 1, 2021

Vacancies …
Documents to download :

Complete files   must be sent by email  only to the following address:  lyceefrancais@lflp-lagos.com  before March 30, 2020 (deadline). Reminder of the documents to be supplied (see information note for candidates below):

  •  Individual AEFE notice completed and signed by the candidate
  •  Establishment information notice
  •  Curriculum vitae
  •  Cover letter
  •  Iprof summary sheet
  •  Copy of the latest promotion decree
  •  Copies of the last 2 existing inspection reports
  •  Copy of identity document (passport, CNI) and family book
  • Applicant established in the country (supporting documents)
  • Copy of the current contract (agent under the AEFE)
  • Proof of spouse’s follow-up (if spouse already established in the country or who can justify hiring in the country no later than the start of the school year)
  •  Copies of diplomas, certificates, etc. (include supporting documents attesting to specific skills in languages, sports, others, etc.)
Expatriate agents are holders of the state civil service. Their recruitment is carried out by the AEFE (for more details: http://www.aefe.fr/personnels/recrutement-des-expatries/le-contrat-dexpatrie) Resident agents are holders of the state civil service. They are recruited by the AEFE on the proposal of the school heads after consulting the local joint consultative committee (CCPL). Resident staff are considered to be officials present for at least three months in the country concerned or following their spouse or partner in a PACS. As a result, availability and a local contract of three months are often implemented with AFN before the actual signature of the contract with AEFE (resident with deferred recruitment). The resident agent is then seconded by his administration of origin to the AEFE which pays him, generally for a period of three years renewable. In the case of double positions (both spouses are AEFE residents):
  • The first spouse must request his / her availability. He is recruited under a local contract for the first 3 months (see paragraph 2.2),
  • The second spouse is seconded from September 1 because he follows his spouse (see paragraph 4). More details on the AEFE website: http://www.aefe.fr/personnels/recrutement-des-residents/le-contrat-de-resident
The agents under contract of local law can hold the civil service or a diploma qualifying them to exercise a teaching activity. They are employed directly by the establishment after having followed the recruitment procedures in force locally. All of these personnel, whatever their status, is placed under the authority of the head of the establishment for the execution of their mission at the Lycée Louis Pasteur.
REMUNERATION
http://www.aefe.fr/personnels/recrutement-des-expatries/faq-expatries

Trip
Your travel at the start and end of the mission is covered by the AEFE, as well as your return trip for your annual leave (subject to modification of the regulations in force).

Tuition fees for your children attending the Lycée Louis Pasteur Benefiting from the “family advantage” paid by the AEFE, you are not eligible for the reduction in tuition fees granted to the employees of the Lycée Louis Pasteur (or your spouse possibly hired under a local contract). You will therefore have to pay all the tuition fees at the preferential rate known as “French rates”, with the exception of first registration fees (50% exemption).

Move
Moving expenses are covered by the AEFE according to the methods available on the following link: http://www.aefe.fr/personnels/recrutement-des-expatries/faq-expatries. Moving operations are delicate in Nigeria: customs procedures can take up to 4 months and the cost of storing a container at the port is very high.

Entry formalities in Nigeria
Before your arrival in Nigeria, you must obtain a service passport, which will be issued to you using documents provided by the AEFE. You are responsible for obtaining this passport, such as obtaining a temporary entry visa to Nigeria. The formalities for obtaining the temporary visa, issued by the Embassy of Nigeria in Paris, can be facilitated by the use of specialized providers, such as Univers Visa for example (06 21 71 34 10 or 06 60 16 20 10; http: //www.universvisas.com). On your arrival in Nigeria, the formalities for obtaining the final visa will be undertaken by the French Embassy. These procedures take several weeks.

Housing
Accommodation (research and payment) is your responsibility for the duration of your stay. An annual loan may be granted to you by AFN to meet the payment of the annual rent usually requested by local lessors.

Depending on your situation, you can benefit from a resident contract as of September 1, or benefit from a deferred recruitment resident position; in the latter case, you are employed by AFN under a local contract for 3 months, before becoming a resident on the 1st day of the 4th month.


Remuneration
You are a resident with deferred recruitment (majority of cases): During the first three months, your remuneration is provided by AFN, in local currency, based on your metropolitan salary with a local living allowance. Your social protection (CFE for example) is your responsibility. From the 4th month, your remuneration is provided by the AEFE, and you benefit from social protection linked to your status as holder of the State civil service. You are resident on September 1 (resident already on site for at least 3 months, spouse of an expatriate or resident): Your remuneration is provided by the AEFE. You benefit from social protection linked to your status as holder of the state civil service (it is nevertheless your responsibility to take the steps inherent in your departure abroad with your mutual insurance company)


Trip
Your travel expenses are your responsibility.
Tuition fees for your children attending the Lycée Louis Pasteur
Benefiting from the “Family Advantage”, you are not eligible for the reduction of the tuition fees granted to the employees of the Lycée Louis Pasteur (nor your spouse hired possibly under local contract). You will therefore have to pay all the tuition fees at the preferential rate known as “French rates”, with the exception of first registration fees (full exemption).


Entry formalities in Nigeria

Before your arrival in Nigeria, you must obtain a service passport, which will be issued to you using documents provided by the AEFE. You are responsible for obtaining this passport, such as obtaining a temporary entry visa to Nigeria. The formalities for obtaining the temporary visa, issued by the Embassy of Nigeria in Paris, can be facilitated by the use of specialized providers, such as Univers Visa for example (06 21 71 34 10 or 06 60 16 20 10; http: //www.universvisas.com).
On your arrival in Nigeria, the formalities for obtaining the final visa will be undertaken by the French Embassy. These procedures take several weeks.


Housing
Depending on availability, you can benefit from accommodation provided by AFN for the duration of your assignment. You will have to pay a moderate rent according to the following indications.
AFN has 17 apartments located in the school, which it rents for very advantageous rents compared to the local market. However, AFN may have to offer accommodation located outside. These apartments include basic furniture (beds, table, chairs, sofa, cupboard or shelves) as well as large appliances (washing machine, dryer, stove, fridge). Applicants for housing sign an employment agreement for precarious work renewable in September of each year.
As an indication, the rental rates applied to resident staff for the 2015/2016 school year range from € 3,350 to € 5,580 for the year.
On the fringes of these accommodations, a room called “boys quarter” can be made available to the tenant, according to family criteria and according to the availability of premises, to allow on-site accommodation for staff employed by the tenant (custody children…) for a sum of € 20 per month.

If you are a holder of the state civil service but you do not meet the conditions described in paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2, you are not considered as expatriate or resident and you will therefore be recruited at Lycée Louis Pasteur with a contract of law local. In this case, you must be in a position of availability vis-à-vis your administration of origin. If a resident position becomes available in your discipline, you can apply to the establishment. You can be recruited locally without being a public servant, if you have a diploma suited to the proposed position or previous teaching experience. Due to different parameters (residence and work permits in Nigeria, cost of living, etc.) it is strongly recommended that you apply from France for a job under a local contract if you do not follow your spouse.

Remuneration
As an employee under local law, you will receive remuneration calculated according to your qualifications and your possible previous experience in the field for which you are recruited, according to the internal salary scale at Lycée Louis Pasteur. Your remuneration is subject to local taxes and levies. Health insurance and pension funds (optional, except the second, compulsory for nationals of Nigerian nationality) can be taken out when signing the employment contract. These systems are jointly supported by the employee and the employer.

Trip
AFN does not cover any travel costs for your arrival or final departure from Nigeria or for any annual trip.

Tuition Advantage
Staff on local contracts wishing to enroll their child (ren) at the Louis Pasteur high school benefit from specific pricing conditions and complete exemption from first registration fees. Entry formalities in Nigeria They are entirely at your expense and under your responsibility. Accommodation AFN does not provide accommodation.
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