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A large well-known IT services company is searching for 2 experienced Senior Network Engineers to join their team. You will be playing a key role in the network pre-sales and design environment. You will be doing diagnoses, fault finding, problem solving and support and maintenance in all network areas including ISP. The successful incumbent will need to have an understanding of a multi-vendor environment with the primary focus on Cisco.
Before applying please make sure that you meet the minimum requirements, as our client is quite strict. Kindly refer anyone else you think could be suitable, should you not be interested in applying.
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Interested? Send your CV to Naielah Solomon at naielah [at] caglobalint [dot] com
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This poem, titled “Africa smiled” is about life as an African national. It was written by Bridget Dore and she dedicated this beautiful poem to Nelson Mandela. With any poem the meaning changes depending on who reads it. There is no doubt though that this will speak to every African whether abroad or in their local African country. The breathtaking piece, in its simplicity, sums up the beauty of Africa as a whole and describes how no matter where we are in the world, Africa will always be our home.
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Africa smiled a poem by Bridget Dore
Angola and Kenya awarded 2015 Allard Prize for International Integrity
It is a very exciting time for Africa! Not only on the business front and on the sports front but also on the award-winning front! Two African journalists, an Angolan (Rafael Marques de Morais) and a Kenyan (John Githongo) journalist have jointly been named recipients of the 2015 Allard Prize for International Integrity!! Both journalists are well known in their respective countries, for exposing corrupt activities in their countries.
What is the Allard Prize for International Integrity?
- Established in October 2012 and funded by alumnus Peter A. Allard, Q.C., the Allard Prize for International Integrity is awarded every two years. It is intended to recognize anyone (individual, movement or organization) that has demonstrated exceptional courage and leadership in combating corruption, especially through promoting transparency, accountability and the Rule of Law.
- The prize is a $100,000. (This was shared between Githongo and Mr. Marques de Morais, each receiving $50,000 for their brave efforts in protecting human rights and fighting corruption.)
Angolan Rafael Marques de Morais
Mr. Marques de Morais said that he is vilified back home for fighting corruption, yet abroad he is recognized for doing it, which is very encouraging to him. It is his hope that this award will further help change perceptions in Angola.
Kenyan John Githongo
Mr. Githongo said that being awarded the Allard Prize is an honour and a humbling experience. He also noted that the recognition from the Allard Prize serves as an encouragement and as an important recognition that there is a global partnership between all people who care about human dignity – to fight corruption and theft and their toxic effects.”
What a wonderful initiative. It is very inspiring to see Africans bring recognised for their contribution to uplifting our own African community. It makes me even more proud to be African!
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HOT JOB IN KENYA: Inventory Manager
Monique Steele, an Africa Executive Resourcer for CA Finance is proactively promoting our TOP OPPORTUNITY in Kenya and searching for suitable talent in Nairobi, Kenya.
Please carefully review the minimum requirements and job description below for suitability for the role. If you feel that your experience is in line with the requirements, please send your detailed up-to-date CV to Monique.
For more info about the Inventory Manager Job
Contact Monique Steele: Executive Resourcer – Africa
Email: monique [at] caglobalint [dot] com
Websites: www.ca-finance.com or www.banking-recruitment-jobs.com
About the client
The client’s business focuses on converting energy, natural minerals and nitrogen from the air into essential products for farmers and industrial customers.
You will be reporting to the company Operations Manager and will be responsible for the inventory in the company’s Nairobi and Mombasa facilities.
Job Description: Inventory Manager – Kenya
- Total ownership of this inventory position, physically and in the books
- Manage the inventory in SUN system and control accuracy
- Reconcile stock positions versus physical stocks
- Deliver areas for improvement in management and reporting of stock
- Management of Monthly stock taking and reporting
- Control stocks of new packaging
Requirements: Qualification and Skill
- Relevant Bachelor Degree
- Minimum of 5 years working experience in inventory management and control
- Experience with SUN system (Advantageous)
- Strong analytical skills with attention to details
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work independently as well as in a team
- Previous experience in an international operation or multinational will be preferred
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