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Burkina Faso

Gold reserves in Burkina Faso have increased enormously in the past decade, and gold mining has propelled the economy forward over the past decade. However, agriculture in Burkina Faso is the driving force of its economic and social development. Despite its economic growth though, Burkina Faso remains one of the poorest countries in Africa.

Moving to the French-speaking country is for the more adventurous of expats, being at once culturally exciting and dangerous due to the civil unrest there. Terrorism threats are just some of the safety risks and expatriates should exercise caution and stay in touch with their country’s national embassy.

There are plenty of safe places for locals and expats alike to enjoy social pastimes, food, and entertainment. Various music festivals take place throughout the year in Burkina Faso. It is also home to one of Africa’s largest annual film festivals, FESPACO (Festival Panafricain du Cinéma de Ouagadougou), and going to the cinema is a common pastime in the country, particularly in the capital which has many open-air cinemas. Expats are sure to find a good social circle in Benin.

There is only one international school in the country, the International School of Ouagadougou in the capital city, Zone do Bois, so expats with children may wish to reside there.

There is not much in the way of private healthcare in Benin, and the public healthcare system is sadly lacking, however there are multiple facilities around the country including specialised institutions.

Burkina Faso requires highly skilled individuals in various sectors and seniority levels. Go to our Africa Jobs portal to find the Burkina Faso job board and see the latest positions available.

CA Global has been offering recruitment services in Africa for 15 years and has built a network of clients and high-calibre candidates. We recruit locals, Diaspora, and expatriates for jobs around the continent.

Reference No. LC01

Non-executive Directors ( Decision-making / Reviewing / Risk Management) – Accra, Ghana

Reference Number: LC01

Job Description:

A client of ours is looking for a Non-executive Director. Directors need to be aware that they are personally subject to statutory duties in their capacity as directors of a company. In addition, the company as a separate legal entity is subject to statutory controls and the directors are responsible for ensuring that the company complies with such statutory controls. The Companies Act codified certain common law and equitable duties of directors for the first time. The act sets out the general duties of directors, which are:

  • To act within powers in accordance with the company’s constitution and to use those powers only for the purposes for which they were conferred.
  • To promote the success of the company for the benefit of its members.
  • To exercise independent and impartial judgement.
  • To exercise reasonable care, skill, and diligence.
  • To avoid conflicts of interest.
  • Not to accept benefits from third parties.
  • To declare an interest in a proposed transaction or arrangement.

Responsibilities shall include:

Non-executive directors should:

  • Bring a genuinely independent and external perspective to stimulate board debate and enhance decision-making.
  • Provide value-added input to strategy and strategic development.
  • Act in the best interests of the company as a whole.

NEDs should also assist in carrying out the duties of the board, such as:

  • Reviewing, approving and ongoing monitoring of the strategic plan.
  • Checking organizational capability concerning stated objectives.
  • Reviewing financial performance against targets.
  • Raising capital.
  • Reviewing any significant changes in the company, such as financial or administrative structures.
  • Providing advice on significant investments or divestments.
  • Monitoring legal, ethical, risk and environmental compliance (ESG).
  • Appointing senior management.

Non-executive directors: must also:

  • Act as a catalyst for change and challenge the status quo when appropriate.
  • Maintain the highest ethical standards, probity, and integrity of the company.
  • Help the executive team manage risk.
  • Play a lead role in board committees.
  • Play an active role in helping the CEO manage their executive team, including new appointments.
  • Have specific and relevant training for the role.
  • Non-executive directors are expected to focus on board matters and not stray into ‘executive direction’ thus providing an independent view of the company that is removed from the day-to-day running.
  • Have broad experience in the field of banking combined with specialized knowledge in a specific field (e.g., and/or IT / Legal / Finance / Banking / Risk/ ESG / Executive Management / FinTech).

Qualifications & skills required:

  • Strategic Thinking.
  • Effective Communication.
  • Good Decision Making.
  • Leadership.

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Linda Carstens at licarstens@caglobalint.com

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Linda Carstens

Recruitment Consultant

CA Global Finance

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: LC01

Reference No. SR-CM-IVC-001

Job Description:

Our FMCG client is currently looking to employ a Country Manager to be based in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.  The incumbent will be reporting to the Director of Africa. The candidate will be responsible for managing the total operation in Ivory Coast to create growth for the business by increasing sales and profitability and ensuring alignment with and execution of the company strategy and business model.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Manage all aspects of the business in Cote d’Ivoire including:
    • Brand portfolio
    • Partner relationship
    • Marketing & trade execution
    • 1-year, 3-year, and 10-year strategic plans
  • Past P&L responsibility and commercial experience required
  • Improve the total profitability of the business in Ivory Coast
  • Manage a small team and liaise with the Director to ensure that all functional areas in the business perform efficiently
  • Ensure that the company meets/ exceeds sales targets, with the support from the team
  • Minimize risk by managing the prevention of stock losses / shrinkages as well as financial risks for the business
  • Live the company values and build strong relationships with all stakeholders to strengthen the company culture.

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

  • Relevant tertiary qualification
  • At least 8 - 10 years’ FMCG experience at a middle / senior management level, ideally within a consumer goods environment in Francophone Africa – Experience in alcohol, beverages or luxury goods is preferred.
  • Ability to drive performance leading a small, entrepreneurial team
  • French and English required
  • Strong analytical skills and strategic mindset
  • Strong commercial / business sense with sound financial knowledge
  • Self-doer, able to manage through ambiguity and adversity
  • Strong leadership capabilities to function successfully in a diverse and challenging environment
  • Willingness to travel extensively within Ivory Coast

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to srabsch@caglobalint.com    

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

CA Finance – Banking and Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryOther

Job Reference: SR-CM-IVC-001

Reference No. SRBLR-JUR-Niger

CA Global Headhunters a été mandaté par le Fonds de Solidarité Africain basé à Niamey, Niger, pour recruter pour ce poste.  Pour plus d'informations sur le Fonds de solidarité africain, veuillez visiter leur site Web à l’adresse suivante : www.fondsolidariteafricain.org.  Si vous répondez aux critères et souhaitez postuler pour le poste, veuillez prendre contact directement auprès de l’équipe de CA Global Headhunters.
 
Numéro de référence: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

 

Les missions: 

 

Sous la supervision du Directeur des Affaires Juridiques et des Risques, le Juriste (homme ou femme) a pour missions principales :

  • Conseils, avis, consultations et veille juridiques ;
  • Elaboration de divers documents et actes ;
  • Gestion et suivi du contentieux ;
  • Recouvrement des créances contentieuses.

 

Responsabilités et Tâches: 

 

A ce titre, il veillera à :

  • Donner des avis juridiques et élaborer divers actes juridiques dont les conventions de garantie, de refinancement, de bonification et de gestion de fonds pour compte de tiers ;
  • Gérer le contentieux en lien avec les Avocats du Fonds, y compris le recouvrement des créances contentieuses ;
  • Suivre rigoureusement les relations avec les services juridiques et du contentieux des partenaires financiers ainsi que les auxiliaires de justice du Fonds (Notaires, Avocats et autres) ;
  • Faire la veille juridique et mettre en place différents tableaux de bord, outils et procédures ;
  • Contribuer à la structuration des opérations soumises aux interventions du Fonds, de sorte à bien circonscrire tous risques juridiques ;
  • Notifier les accords d’intervention du Fonds et mener les diligences pour la formalisation des conventions ;
  • Suivre la mise en œuvre des conventions en vue d’assurer une meilleure exécution des clauses contractuelles ;
  • Traiter les appels de garantie et suivre le portefeuille d’engagements contentieux ;
  • S’assurer de la conformité des actes contractuels aux textes de base du FSA et aux dispositions légales en vigueur ;
  • S’assurer de la qualité et de l’adéquation des sûretés et mécanismes de remboursement à mettre en place en contrepartie des engagements du Fonds ;
  • Contribuer à l’élaboration et à la revue des textes de base de l’Institution (Accord de Siège, Statuts du Fonds, Règlement Intérieur, etc.), ainsi que des Statuts du Personnel et autres textes afférents audit Personnel ;
  • Contribuer aux processus de ratification ;
  • Exécuter toutes autres tâches confiées par la hiérarchie.

 

Qualifications requises et domaines de compétence

 

Le/la candidat(e) doit disposer d’un diplôme BAC+5 au minimum en Droit Privé, Droit des Affaires et avoir suivi une formation professionnelle d’avocat ou de magistrat. Il/elle doit avoir une expérience professionnelle significative en tant qu’Avocat d’Affaires ou Juge Commercial. Avoir obtenu un diplôme dans un système du Common Law sera un grand atout.

 

Aptitudes requises pour le poste:

Le/la candidat(e) recherché(e) doit:

  • Être un(e) ressortissant(e) de l’un des 16 États Membres du Fonds de Solidarité Africain (Bénin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Centrafrique, Côte d’Ivoire, Gabon, Guinée Bissau, Guinée Conakry, Ile Maurice, Mauritanie, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Sénégal, Tchad et Togo)
  • Avoir au minimum 7 ans d’expérience solide et probante dans le monde judiciaire ou dans un Cabinet d’avocats d’affaires réputé, avec un fort accent sur le droit économique, financier et commercial ;
  • Avoir une connaissance approfondie du Common Law ;
  • Avoir une familiarité avec le système de Droit Civil et avoir une expérience professionnelle significative dans les deux familles juridiques (Droit civil et Common Law) ;
  • Disposer des compétences exceptionnelles en matière de rédaction et de négociation, et être capable de rédiger des documents juridiques complexes en Français et en Anglais, sans supervision ;
  • Maîtriser la réglementation bancaire ;
  • Avoir des normes éthiques élevées, un sens aigu des responsabilités et un engagement à obtenir des résultats ; 
  • Disposer des aptitudes à travailler en équipe et dans un environnement multiculturel ;
  • Être capable d’hiérarchiser les tâches et de respecter des délais serrés ;
  • Avoir la capacité d’identifier rapidement et d’exposer clairement des questions juridiques complexes et de fournir des conseils juridiques succincts, pratiques et précis ;
  • Être doté(e) d’une aisance relationnelle et communicationnelle ;
  • Avoir une parfaite maîtrise des outils informatiques tels que Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access ;
  • Être parfaitement bilingue (Anglais et Français) à l’écrit et à l’oral, la maîtrise de toute autre langue de travail de l’Union Africaine étant un atout ;

 

Informations contractuelles:
 

  • Contrat à durée indéterminée ;Ouvert à une relocalisation au Niger ;
  • Les candidats dûment qualifiés sont encouragés à postuler.

 

Si vous souhaitez postuler cette position, veuillez envoyer votre curriculum vitae à Shearidan Rabsch à l’adresse suivante :  srabsch@caglobalint.com, avant le 31/12/2022

 

Veuillez consulter notre site web pour plus d'opportunités www.caglobalint.com

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

Banking & Finance

 

CA Global ne répondra qu'aux candidats présélectionnés.  Si vous n'avez pas reçu de réponse dans les deux semaines, veuillez considérer que votre candidature n'a pas été retenue, mais votre curriculum vitae sera conservé dans notre base de données pour tout autre future opportunité.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

Reference No. SRBLR-JUR-Niger

CA Global Headhunters has been mandated by the African Solidarity Fund based in Niamey, Niger to recruit for the above mentioned position. For more information on the African Solidarity Fund please visit their website www.fondsolidariteafricain.org. Should you meet the minimum requirements and wish to apply for the position, please apply directly to CA Global Headhunters.
 
Reference Number: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

 

Nature & Scope: 

 

Under the supervision of the Director of Legal Affairs and Risks, the Legal Officer has the following main missions:

 

  • Provide legal advice, suggestions, engage in consultations and monitoring.
  • Preparation of various documents and deeds.
  • Management and monitoring of litigation.
  • Recovery of disputed debts.

 

Responsibilities and Tasks: 

 

  • Provide legal advice and draft various legal acts including guarantee, refinancing, interest rate subsidy, and fund management agreements on behalf of third parties.
  • Manage litigation in conjunction with the Fund's Lawyers, including the recovery of disputed debts.
  • Rigorously monitor relations with the legal and litigation departments of the financial partners as well as the Fund's legal assistants (Notaries, Lawyers, and all other enforcement agents).
  • Carry out legal monitoring and set up various dashboards, tools, and procedures.
  • Contribute to the structuring of operations subjected to interventions by the Fund in orderto properly circumscribe all legal risks.
  • Notify the Fund's intervention and carry out due diligence for the formalization of agreements.
  • Monitor the implementation of agreements to ensure better execution of contractual clauses.
  • Process execution of guarantees and monitor the portfolio of litigious engagements.
  • Ensure the compliance of contractual acts with the basic texts of the FSA and the legal provisions in force.
  • Ensure the quality and adequacy of the securities and reimbursement mechanisms to be put in place in return for the Fund's commitments.
  • Contribute to the development and review of the basic texts of the Institution (Headquarters Agreement, Statutes of the Fund, Procedures, etc.), as well as Staff Regulations and other texts;
  • Contribute to ratification processes;
  • Execute all other tasks entrusted by the hierarchy.

 

Required Qualifications and Areas of Competence:
 

The candidate must have at least a Master’s degree in Private Law, Business Law and have followed professional training as a lawyer or magistrate. He/she must have significant professional experience as a Business Lawyer or Commercial Judge. Adegree in a Common Law system will be anasset.

 

Skills required for the position:

 

The desired candidate must:

  • Be a national of one of the Member States of the African Solidarity Fund : Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Mali, Mauritius, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal or Togo
  • Have at least 7 years of proven experience in the legal world or in a reputable business law firm, with a strong emphasis on economic, financial and commercial law;
  • Have a thorough knowledge of Common Law;
  • Be familiar with the Civil Law system and have significant professional experience in both legal aspects(Civil Law and Common Law);
  • Have exceptional drafting and negotiation skills, and be able to draft complex legal documents in French and English, without supervision;
  • Master banking regulations;
  • Have high ethical standards, a strong sense of responsibility and a commitment to achieve results;
  • Have the ability to work in a team and in a multicultural environment;
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and meet tight deadlines;
  • Ability to quickly identify and clearly articulate complex legal issues and provide succinct, practical and accurate legal advice;
  • Be endowed with interpersonal and communication skills;
  • Have a perfect command of computer tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access;
  • Be perfectly bilingual (English and French) both written and spoken, proficiency in any other working language of the African Union being an asset;

 

Contractual information:
 

  • Permanent position
  • Willing and able to relocate to Niamey, Niger
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply

 

If you wish to apply for the position, please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com before 31/12/2022

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Managing Consultant

Banking & Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: SRBLR-JUR-Niger

Reference No. SRBR-ASI-001

Job Description:

Our banking client is currently recruiting a Associate / Senior Associate, Investment for their Fund Investment division.  The candidate will be expected to support the business in originating, executing & monitoring transactions in relation to capital expansion plans and trade finance for sovereigns & sub-sovereigns, and medium-to-large corporate companies across Africa, with the goal of delivering bespoke credit solutions to clients whilst minimising credit losses. The individual should be bilingual (French/English) and should have experience in analysing corporate balance sheets and in executing corporate and trade finance transactions.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Support origination and management of new clients and opportunities across Africa.
  • Pitch, structure, negotiate, market, execute and close transactions.
  • Assist in client coverage and management of key accounts.
  • Support management of transaction processes from origination to closing, including engagement with legal and financial advisors in the analysis for such transactions.
  • Work with other team members in Investments and colleagues across the organization to process the administration of each transaction as it goes through the approval process.
  • Build/Develop/Review and investigate key aspects of financial models (including financial analysis, pricing, valuation, and other business decision making models) to evaluate the financial viability of transactions.
  • Support executing tasks encompassing technical review of all projects (infrastructure related) projects.
  • Develop presentations and proposals (including “pitch books”) to new and existing clients.
  • Prepare transactions documents (engagement letters, proposals, presentations, Information Memorandums, term sheets, valuations etc.) for transactions being contemplated by the bank
  • Undertake transaction related research and analysis on prospective clients and companies to identify financial trends and issues as well as provide a sound basis for investment decisions
  • Conduct financial analysis and risk assessment on project proposals, including developing and interpreting financial models and financial statements.
  • Participate in deal meetings and assist in maintaining client relationships
  • Conduct due diligence on prospective clients

 

Requirements: Qualification and Skill

Education

  • A first degree from a recognised university.
  • Strong mathematical aptitude. CFA/Accounting/other related qualification is an added advantage.
  • Relevant advanced degree e.g. Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, or a related field of study, will be advantageous.

 

Experience

  • 4 to 8 years professional experience preferably in related investment banking – deal origination and execution.
  • Proficient in transaction modelling and understanding of transaction structures.
  • Excellent self-management skills.
  • Bilingual (oral, reading, writing): English & French is mandatory
  • Highly proficient in the development of Microsoft Excel financial models and analysis as well as development and review of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations for marketing purposes (pitchbooks).
  • A good understanding of the technical and financial aspects related to the review of sovereigns & corporates seeking term and trade finance.
  • Ability to respond to issues associated with risk assessment of investments and drive transactions through the investment approval process
  • Ability to write credit and investment memoranda.
  • Ability to negotiate Term Sheets and participate in negotiations of facility and investment agreements
  • Strong quantitative analysis and problem solving skills.
  • Well developed communication and business writing skills, power of persuasion as well as the ability to interface directly and effectively with senior officers of wide range of potential clients
  • Effective time management skills and ability to work under pressure in a fast-moving environment
  • Excellent project management skills.
  • Experience with transactions involving the use of the following:
    • guarantees and instruments for tenor elongation.
    • political risk insurance, export credits, etc.
    • complex structures such as credit linked notes and asset/commodity backed loans, etc.

Language

  • Solid communication and writing skills.
  • Fluency in writing and speaking English and French is mandatory.

Others

  • Willingness to travel “out-of-station” with minimal prior notice
  • Team player with the potential to take the lead on transactions

 

Benefits and Contractual information:

  • 3 Year renewable employment contract
  • Willing and able to relocate to Nigeria, Lagos.
  • Suitably qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Shearidan Rabsch at srabsch@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Shearidan Rabsch

Senior Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

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Job CategoryFinance

Job Reference: SRBR-ASI-001

Reference No. CLBBLR010

Collections Director (Executive Recoveries/ Portfolio Management/ Legal Recoveries) – Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

 

Reference Number: CLBBLR010

 

Job Description:

A well-known international Financial Services holding company is seeking to hire a Collections Director to join the Banking Group in Burkina Faso. The successful individual will be responsible for assisting subsidiaries in the recovery of difficult trade claims in order to limit temporary or final losses, within the framework of the regulations and legislation in force in the countries of establishment.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Monitor the quality of the portfolio for each subsidiary.
  • Participate in monthly portfolio monitoring meetings within each subsidiary.
  • Decide at these meetings on the measures to be taken for all accounts receivable without credit movements of more than 60 days or without significant credit movements and accounts with unpaid amounts of more than 30 days.
  • Ensure the application of decided measures.
  • Monitor the progress of mutual recovery procedures.
  • Monitor the progress of legal recovery procedures and the implementation of safeguards.

 

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree, along with a completed relevant Master’s Degree.
  • 12+ years relevant experience.
  • Experience with either a well-established Banking or Financial Services organization.
  • Multi-locational / regional oversight experience across Africa / African markets.
  • Experience in people / team management.
  • Willingness to relocate to Burkina Faso.
  • Fluency in both English and French.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Clifford Ndlebe at cndlebe@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Clifford Ndlebe

Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

 

 

 

 

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Job Reference: CLBBLR010

Reference No. CLBBLR011

Human Capital and Administration Director (Policies/ Organizational Design/ Regional/) – Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

 

Reference Number: CLBBLR011

 

Job Description:

A well-known international Financial Services holding company is seeking to hire a Human Capital and Administration Director to join the Banking Group in Burkina Faso. The successful individual will be responsible for implementing the human capital strategy and policy and supervise HR activities within the Group while ensuring compliance with the laws, rules, and procedures in force. Ensure the administrative management of the Holding Company.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Implement HR policies and strategies within the Group.
  • Ensure the harmonization and periodic updating of HR practices within the Group.
  • Decline the HR strategy into objectives for the holding company and for each subsidiary.
  • Define, in agreement with the Board of Management and the DG, the Group's human capital social and wage policy.
  • Develop and update the Human Resources policy and procedures (recruitment, evaluation, mobility, etc.) for the Group.
  • Assess training needs, define, and implement a training plan for the Group and subsidiaries.
  • Develop and disseminate the dynamic plan of the staffing needs of the subsidiaries.
  • Supervise the good administrative management of human resources within the various entities of the Group.
  • Develop the framework for drawing up the social report of each entity of the Group, monitor its development and consolidate its results.
  • Ensure the prevention and management of problematic individual and/or collective situations.
  • Ensure and supervise the recruitment activities for the holding company and for the Group's DGs.
  • To be informed of legislative, contractual, and jurisprudential developments in social matters in the various countries of the Group and to ensure that they are properly considered within the entities concerned.
  • Supervise social litigation files in collaboration with the Legal Department.
  • Provide the secretariat of the Human Resources Committee of the holding company.
  • Supervise activities related to internal communication at the level of the holding company.
  • Managing corporate culture, work environment and change.
  • Conduct strategic HR projects in accordance with the recommendations of the Group's General Management.
  • Develop and recommend to the General Management, proposals on issues of remuneration and working conditions.
  • Provide secretarial services to the holding company's HR committees (Appointment, Remuneration)
  • Ensure the administrative management of the Holding by selecting suppliers in the best quality / price ratio.

 

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree, along with a completed relevant Master’s Degree.
  • 12+ years relevant experience.
  • Experience with either a well-established Banking or Financial Services organization.
  • Multi-locational / regional oversight experience across Africa / African markets.
  • Experience in people / team management.
  • Willingness to relocate to Burkina Faso.
  • Fluency in both English and French.

 

If you wish to apply for the position please send your CV to Clifford Ndlebe at cndlebe@caglobalint.com

 

Please visit www.caglobalint.com for more exciting opportunities.

 

Clifford Ndlebe

Recruitment Consultant

CA Finance

 

CA Global will respond to short-listed candidates only. If you have not had any response in two weeks, please consider your application unsuccessful however your CV will be kept on our database for any other suitable positions.

 

 

 

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Job CategoryBanking & Insurance

Job Reference: CLBBLR011

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