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Electricity company Eneo asks for financial contributions when recruiting

Electricity company Eneo asks for financial contributions when recruiting

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Posted On Thursday, 29 December 2016 10:58

The rumour on social networks would lead to think that this is the best way to secure a job with this company.

The company Eneo, owned by the British investment fund Actis and concessionaire of the public electricity service in Cameroon, pointed out that postings for recruitment being shared on social networks and on some websites in this month of December 2016, would imply that the announcements have been made by Eneo Cameroon SA.

The company specifies that it has implemented a recruitment procedure which enables it to source the required people for its activities on the employment market. “This procedure does not, at any moment, include payment of fees through the financial contribution of candidates”, Eneo repeats. While also adding that, any jobseeker who wants to work for Eneo Cameroon can spontaneously and freely apply, by responding directly to the offers published on partner recruitment websites: Jumia Jobs; Viadeo or Emploi.cm.

Jobseekers can also send unsolicited applications (cover letters and CV) to Eneo services, at the security booth of the Koumassi, Douala campus, at the security booth of each of its regional offices or via the email address “This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.”.

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Last modified on Thursday, 29 December 2016 11:00

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