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May 192017
 

1. Vodafone

Vodafone in Ghana is an operating company of Vodafone Group Plc., the world’s leading mobile telecommunications company, with a significant presence in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific and the United States.

Vodafone is the only total communications solutions provider – mobile, fixed lines, internet, voice and data – and is currently unmatched in providing fixed line and internet services – the leader and the first choice for Ghanaians. We are the second ranked operator in mobile with a huge potential to take over the market.    As a corporate body, we value our customers and constantly build key relationships with the private sector and government.

a. Telesales Relationship Executive

b. Anti Money Laundering Compliance Officer

 

2. British Council & WHO

The World Health Organization is a specialised agency of the United Nations that is concerned with international public health. It was established on 7 April 1948, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland

a. Project Coordinator – Social Enterprise Programme

b. National Programme Officer

 

3. Ericsson & AECOM

Ericsson strives to be a platform for boundless achievement for all of our employees. Our vision is to build the Networked Society, in which everyone is empowered to reach their full potential. Our mission is to lead transformation through mobility. With talent and passion like yours, and global resources like ours, there is no limit to what we can achieve together.

a. Support Engineer – CS Core (Mobile Switching)

b. Document Controller – Land Package

c. Document Controller – Buildings Package

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