Find Africa Jobs Here 

by amy perry Sunday, April 03, 2011
If you have been considering an expatriate job in Africa you can take a look at the Africa Jobs Boards available on the Net. These live job boards are a great way of finding openings no matter if you are in the hospital sector, a technician or an accountant. All such roles and many more are advertised online in order to draw the best candidates. It is mainly the recruitment agencies which have a lot of experience in Africa that advertise on the part of their regional and global clients. You might even find Africa job boards in Portuguese and French in order to draw people who speak these languages. If you do bag the job then travel Africa will be inevitable.

Companies that make use of recruitment agencies to find suitable employees include construction companies, import and export traders, banks, oil and gas contractor companies and mining houses. Anyone you might be interested in Africa jobs should check out the Africa job listings regularly as new openings are added on a daily basis. The posts advertised for could be for a short term or a long term on contract basis and some could even be for permanent employment. And if you are in the hospitality business then you could opt for jobs that involve travel Africa.

The pay and work locations in African countries vary a lot depending on the kind of job role you have and the industry to which you belong. Engineering and technical professionals may be posted to open cast mines, on-shore compounds or offshore platforms or any other rural area in countries like the Congo, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. If the working conditions are tough and the work is challenging then premium rates might apply for this kind of Africa jobs. Expatriates who opt for travel Africa and decide to stay on might also be able to get normal office jobs in more agreeable surroundings in cities like Johannesburg, Dar-es-Salaam and Lagos.

If you would like to travel Africa and take for one of the Africa jobs there then you might want to apply for as many jobs that fit your skills or expertise. You can also upload your CV to some of these websites so that it is available with them whenever a relevant job requirement comes up. The Africa jobs boards normally do not charge the candidate any fees for these services but if you find that they are asking for a fee then you should beware of them. The costs are normally borne by the company who is looking for the candidate.

Make sure these agencies have their contact details available on the website before you decide that you really want to travel Africa for one of the Africa jobs and pick one of them which looks most professional. Call them and talk to them if need be clarifying any doubts you might have.

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