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Sep 202017
 

1. Oxfam

Oxfam aims to bring lasting solutions for quality access to water, poverty, hunger, and injustice in the Ghana. Oxfam has worked in Ghana since 1986 with the focus on bridging the gap between progress made in the north and south, sustainable agricultural livelihoods, free universal quality education and health care, and promoting accountable governance and transparency in natural resource revenue management

a. Head of Programmes and Campaigns

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b. Fiscal Policy Specialist

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c. Gender Advisor

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2. Catholic Relief Services

Catholic Relief Services (CRS) has been working in Ghana since 1958 in Health, Agriculture, Peace Building, Water and Sanitation, Microfinance and Education programs and has long-standing relationships with Church and non-Church partners and communities throughout the country. CRS/Ghana currently has 61 staff with project offices in Tamale and Accra.

a. Senior Project Officer – SILC

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b. Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability And Learning Officer

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c. SILC Field Officer

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d. WASH Specialist

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3. G4S International

G4S secures people, property and assets by understanding and mitigating security risk. We offer a suite of products and services, including risk consulting and investigations, systems integration, security software and technology, and security professionals

a. Head of Human Resources – G4S Security Services

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b. Head of Operations – G4S Security

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4. Vodafone Ghana

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.

a. Financial Reporting and Accounts Lead

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b. Account Receivable Manager

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c. Fixed Propositions Specialist

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