Partnership ACCA Ghana collaborates with Jobberman to make job search easier

ACCA has signed an agreement with Jobberman in order to lessen the stress of accountants and graduates searching for jobs.

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The Association of Charted Certified Accountants (ACCA) has signed an agreement with jobs website Jobberman in order to make it easier to link Ghanaian accountants with employers.

The agreement was signed on Friday at the Head Office of ACCA in Accra.

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The partnership would enable Jobberman supply the ACCA Careers and Job Board portal with vacancies within its catalogue.

play ACCA Ghana signs partnership with Jobberman Ghana

 

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Doris Ahiati, the country manager for ACCA said “as the most forward thinking accountancy professionals body-grooming and producing accountancy management professionals for Ghana and the world at large - we are very happy to have this partnership which would provide the support in one direction.

"At ACCA, we are not interested in seeing students trained and then pass out with the qualification; but we are also interested in supporting them for life. One stage of this support is ensuring that they are matched with jobs that would bring out the best in them,” she added.

play Group picture by staff of ACCA Ghana and Jobberman

On his part, Babajide Otoki, the CEO of Jobberman Ghana said his company would be fulfilling its core mandate with this partnership.

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“At Jobberman, we pride ourselves as being the meeting place for employers and job seekers. We connect qualified job seekers with the appropriate employers…By partnering with ACCA is a step in the right direction for us. We will be helping employers reach more qualified job seekers, and also we would be helping the members of ACCA Ghana; access a lot more opportunities that before now would probably have been difficult to find.

play Doris Ahiati, the country manager for ACCA and Babajide Otoki, the CEO of Jobberman Ghana signing the contract

"Eventually two groups of people are going to be better off; the job seekers and the employers so in the long, we at Jobberman would have achieved our aim.”

 

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