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Mon, 10 Sep 2018 15:23 - Updated Mon, 10 Sep 2018 15:23

Employment institute to launch national public tender

Luanda - The Employment and Professional Training Institute (INEFOP) has said that it will launch a public tender for admission of professional trainers to its staff until 2019.

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Manuel Bangui, INEFOP manager

Photo: Gaspar dos Santos

This was announced Monday by the institution's director general Manuel Bangui while speaking to the press on recruitment of staff.

 The move followed the authorization by the President of Republic to fill 500 vacancies in the sector, he said.

Technicians of the Ministry of Public Administration, Employment, Labour and Social Security (MAPETSS) are busy preparing the conditions to ensure a fair and transparent process.

Manuel Bangui stressed that he hopes to avoid nepotism and cronyism within the organ, with 1,600 trainers across the country.

"We have a deficit in the field of arts and crafts, plumber and, mainly, in the areas of information technology”, he stressed.

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