Career seekers across Africa looking to join the accountancy profession will have access to the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)’s Africa Virtual Careers Fair on Thursday, August 12, 2021.
From 8 am to 8 pm across all African times zones, aspiring individuals will have the opportunity to establish professional relationships virtually, apply for live vacancies, discuss potential job opportunities and gain expert advice for career searching through this event.
Jamil Ampomah, Director – ACCA Africa said, “At ACCA we’re attuned to the challenges facing many of our future members and members across the African continent. In numerous countries, there are economic uncertainties caused by the pandemic, and our own Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) speaks to this ongoing uncertainty.
“But we know that hundreds of companies are still in need of ACCA talent, the finance professionals who can steer organisations of all sizes to sustainable recovery. Our virtual careers fairs like this one provide employers with an opportunity to showcase and advertise their available job opportunities, and also to engage with new talent and future employees in real-time.
Our previous global virtual careers fairs have resulted in over 3,000 job opportunities and 60,000 job views via the ACCA Careers job site, leading to a staggering 21,000 unique job applications.’
Employers across Africa are invited to participate in the Careers Fair through a virtual booth and advertise their vacancies by contacting local ACCA Offices or contact persons.
To attend the ACCA Africa Virtual Career Fair, sign up via the registration link: https://accaafricavcf.vfairs.com/.
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