Angola: Multinational Company Offers Training to Finance Graduates

Luanda — Multinational DP World Luanda opened this week applications for technical training for graduates and Master's degrees in Finance, Marketing and Engineering.

The offer, by the company that manages and operates the concession of Multipurpose Terminal of Luanda Port, is intended to integrate young people in job market.

The training is also extensive to the students graduates and Master´s in Human Resources, Health, Safety and Environment, Operations and Information Technologies, with maximum age limit of 25 years old.

However, the interested candidates may obtain more information through Jobartis company at the link https://www.jobartis.com/empregadores/dp-world-luanda.

The selected candidates will attend an 18-month internship.

DP World Luanda started operating at Multipurpose Terminal in the Port of Luanda on 1 March this year, after being awarded, through a public tender, the concession spanning 20 years.

The offer, by the company that manages and operates the concession of Multipurpose Terminal of Luanda Port, is intended to integrate young people in job market.

The training is also extensive to the students graduates and Master´s in Human Resources, Health, Safety and Environment, Operations and Information Technologies, with maximum age limit of 25 years old.

However, the interested candidates may obtain more information through Jobartis company at the link https://www.jobartis.com/empregadores/dp-world-luanda.

The selected candidates will attend an 18-month internship.

DP World Luanda started operating at Multipurpose Terminal in the Port of Luanda on 1 March this year, after being awarded, through a public tender, the concession spanning 20 years.

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