In pole position: the hotel. It is in this sector that job opportunities abound in the Seychelles. And Mauritian expertise is highly sought after, as in the audiovisual sector and port activities.
Side thereof, the Taylor Smith Group is seeking a Shipyard Operations Manager for its repairs and maintenance department.
While in the hotel, Constance Ephelia Resort in Mahe Island, is seeking a Human Resources Assistant Manager. But there are also job opportunities in Denis Private Island, a private island in the north of the capital of the archipelago. This time, the recruitment of staff is in the front office.
Why Mauritius? "Our customers communicate in either French or English, and it is there, which is an essential criterion to those offered by Mauritians," says Jean-Paul Barallon, General Manager Denis Private Island which has already Mauritian among its employees.
Furthermore bilingualism Mauritians, the compatibility of cultures between the two islands is another skill that please.
Including the Seychelles Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). This Teleradio national following in the footsteps Seychelles Nation, the government newspaper, which once had Mauritians in its workforce.
Television offers a renewable contract after two years, with a salary ranging from Rs 45,000 to Rs 55,000.
Besides the year-end bonus. But it is at the beginning of next year it plans to recruit, says Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the SBC, Antoine Onezime. "We want to increase our workforce by employing senior directors. To do this, we absolutely need the expertise of Mauritius. "
I lose count of my “jobs” these days: my literary writing (that theoretically pays, or had better one day or else), a nonprofit board on which I serve as president, and the magazine I started last summer. While I certainly put the same intensity into everything, I can definitely say that I work more hours for free than I do for pay.
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