MTC plans 100 IPO jobs

Mobile Telecommunications Limited plans to employ 100 temporary employees for four months to assist the company through with its Initial Public Offering (IPO) process, schedule before the end of November, at a cost of N$4.2 million.

The 100 temporary staff will be trained by the company and tasked to carryout public education on MTC’s listing process, which started on Monday 6 September 2021.

“Although these jobs are temporary, for only 4 months, it gives these young people valuable work experience that they can use to bolster their CV’s and an opportunity to create a relationship with MTC for consideration when job openings occur in the future. In addition to the many job opportunities, we continue to create through the MTC Namibia National Internship Program, we are indeed happy to create over 100 new jobs as part of the Listing Process. These jobs are unfortunately not permanent as they will provide relief and assistance during this hectic IPO process where more hands will be required on deck,” Tim Ekandjo, Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer of MTC said.

According to the company, since 2019, it has offered internship opportunities to 407 interns through the MTC National Internship Programme and has committed to placing 160 interns per annum with a monthly allowance of N$3000 per month.

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