Interview with the leading corporations recruiting for positions across South Africa
Global Career Company, the international recruitment consultancy that specializes in the Africa region, will be hosting the “?Careers in Africa‘ recruitment summit on the 7-9 March 2003 in Boston, USA. This will be held in conjunction with the African Business Club Conference at Harvard Business School.
Here you will find multinational corporations looking to recruit graduates, MBAs and professionals into their South African operations, across a wide variety of functions.
Once we receive your application, your details will be matched against the company profiles and you will be selected to attend and interviews will be scheduled accordingly.
At the summit you can expect:
“¢ To meet and interview with leading multinational corporations over two days
“¢ Pre-scheduled interviews with companies that have selected you prior to the summit
“¢ A unique opportunity to network with other African graduates and professionals
“¢ A variety of company presentations for you to find out more about your potential employers
“¢ An excellent chance of receiving at least one job offer
Applications are welcome from candidates that possess:
“¢ Fluency in English, French or Portuguese
“¢ Work authorization for South Africa
“¢ At least an undergraduate degree (or the equivalent)
Apply on line at: http://www.careersinafrica.com or send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registering will also ensure that you are informed of any other suitable opportunities that match your profile and expectations for a career in South Africa. For more information regarding the conference at Harvard Business School, please visit: http://sa.hbs.edu/afrbc/
Companies Recruiting across Africa include: ABI – Barclays – Citibank – Flour Mills of Nigeria – PricewaterhouseCoopers – South African Breweries – Unilever – Accenture – bp – Coca-Cola – Mars – SABCO – Stanbic Africa – Woolworths – Anglovaal – Cadbury Schweppes – Ernst & Young – MSI Cellular – Shell – TotalFinaElf – Stanbic Africa –